Feeling like the spiritual black sheep in the family? Got a vague sense of mission since a young age? Not sure what it is?
Having extraordinary or scary psychic experiences?
I know exactly what that's like. And I want you to know this ~ You don't have to live in despair, wanting to articulate and feel certain about your beliefs, but having no understanding guide to help you sort out wisdom from spiritual blackmail.
I can relate to what you're going through and I have the tools and training to help you figure it out.
This is a question I have pondered since realizing I am a past life clairvoyant. The question becomes even bigger when delving into genealogy.
Typically when we hear stories of people spontaneously remembering their past lives, the ethnicity or countries involved, languages, genders, and other factors seem to point to a kind of reincarnational globe-hopping. That is, all plausible argument that we inhabit different bloodlines.
But then there is other research into several stories in which a young boy seems to be a reincarnation of his...
The answer to that question, in my opinion and experience, is BOTH. Indeed some people are born with acute psychic sensing. Those who are lucky to be in a family where such ability is inherited, or at least recognized and nurtured, learn from an early age how to handle it responsibly.
In my experience, born psychics are fairly common, while hereditary psychics are relatively rare.
There are many who are born with some psychic ability, but such a thing is beyond the belief system of the family. In these cases the abilities are discourag...
If you hang out online much and are spiritually curious, sooner or later you are bound to come across "psychics", "healers", and others who mean well but lack the training or the experience -- or the integrity -- to use good professional boundaries. They might indeed have some psychic gifts, or a budding track record of accuracy, and an over-eager enthusiasm for sharing it with everyone they come across.
Such actions, though, violate both professional ethics and personal boundaries when the amateur imposes their "insights" unsolicited, ty...
For the umpteenth time the media has picked up on a story about a scam-artist psychic who has bilked clients out of thousands of dollars by telling them they had a curse on them, and their dog, that only she could remove – for a hefty price.
I can’t begin to tell you how crazy that makes me.
There will always be scammers, fakers, cons, and crooks in the helping professions. They give the rest of us a bad name. But I’m really more upset with the gullible clients who buy into this stuff more than once or twice.