Why are some people scared of psychic mediums? Are they scared to have their beliefs changed, or to feel a weird energy, or to realize that there is life after death and that we may all need to learn to be more responsible for our actions than we would like. What do you think?
Have you ever wondered how a psychic medium can talk with your Loved Ones? Here’s some information I have gathered along the way while having experiences of Loved Ones myself. It’s a fascinating phenomenon having a mediumship reading and very comforting for a lot of people.
Recently I was asked to give a talk on a Facebook group about our third eye and becoming more clairvoyant. Being clairvoyant or ‘clear-seeing’ is an ability to see visions in the minds’ eye. Here are some exercises and a free podcast to help you grow your clairvoyant gifts. In ancient English this gift was called ‘scrying’.
A little while ago I asked a few clients what they thought I do. I have worked with clients consistently now for the last four years and from their comments I now know that some clients see me as..an Akashic Records Reader that woman who does ‘energy stuff’. Some clients come because they know I do Spiritual Mediumship work and want to be connected with their Loved Ones. I also teach some forms of meditation and self-care. One client summed it up and said “You do Coaching for the Soul – Soul Coaching”.
A potential client recently asked me about the different between an Akashic Records Reading, versus a Psychic Reading. Great question! Think of your energy field like dough, kind of opaque in this dimension, which we are going to shine the light of the Akash upon in order to get the energy moving, bubbles to rise and get cooking.
How do you know if a spiritual medium is doing a good job? Having watched a few spiritual mediums at work and having given readings myself to clients, I would say that you need to be looking for information that is validatable by you. Some examples – an exact description of a photograph in somebody’s house who is the recipient of the reading, a private family joke that no-one else would be privy to
and a sense of how the person died.