As an evidential psychic medium who has channeled thousands of souls who transitioned via suicide, I’m thankful to have gained some understanding of the transformational journey that awaits these souls in the Afterlife. It is a journey of healing, learning, and growth, offering them a compassionate space to see their lives and actions from a broader, all-encompassing perspective.
I often get asked variations on this subject. Things like, “Why am I not finding my community here,” “Should I stay in Asheville or move on,” and “I’m very spiritual, and I love the vibe. Should I move to Asheville?”
As with the most comprehensive and thoughtful replies, the answer begins with, “That depends…” It looks like the Magic 8 Ball is giving you a big fat “Maybe!”
Nestled amidst the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville, North Carolina is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, vibrant arts scene, and thriving spiritual community. Beyond its natural beauty, Asheville holds a unique claim to fame – it is believed to be situated on a bed of granite, creating an environment rich with mystical energy. This captivating energy has led many to perceive Asheville as a vortex, making it an ideal destination for those seeking profound spiritual experiences, including psychic and mediumship readings.
About an hour ago, I sat with Mr. C. as he took his last breath. It was both ordinary and surreal.
Due to my work as a medium and my strong belief in the Afterlife, I’m comfortable with passing of the physical body, and my own loss of many loved ones over the years has enhanced my sense of compassion and appreciation of the beauty of a soul’s journey in crossing over. For these reasons, I decided to become a hospice volunteer.
As a full-time, professional psychic medium, I’ve heard the sentiment many times indicating that legitimate psychics or mediums shouldn’t charge for their services because psychic and mediumship skills are God-given gifts which should be offered for free.
It’s an interesting sentiment, and I definitely agree that psychics and mediums should care about their clients enough that their services are about more than just making a quick buck. If someone is truly in tune with Spirit, one should understand that we’re all connected. One should want to serve out of the goodness of one’s heart, rather than seeking the highest bidder.
It’s lovely to hold these lofty ideals; however, the truth is a little less clear cut…
I saw a lovely husband and wife in my office today, and we enjoyed a strong mediumship session. Several of their loved ones came through with messages of love and support. One of the spirits was the best friend of the husband. I picked up on several details, such as how the spirit, whom I’ll call Raymond (not his real name), had taken his own life by gunshot to the head…
Sometimes people think they are being helpful when they share a little background before a reading. I appreciate the sentiment, but I actually prefer not to know anything going into a session.
For example, you may be booking a mediumship session to connect with a friend who died suddenly in an accident. You’re experiencing deep grief, and you may mention how you just need to know your friend is okay. I feel great empathy for what you’re going through, but it’s best if I don’t know even that little bit before your reading.
I’ve seen psychics on social media brag about how they, “tell it like it is,” without regard for sparing the feelings of their clients. I’ve also heard stories from people who’ve been told a marriage will end after 20 years. On a similar note, some of my clients have told me not to hold back when giving them readings, as though reassuring me they’re strong enough to take bad news.
When I decided to offer my psychic services professionally, a fundamental driving factor was my desire to help others by giving them guidance and hope to get through difficult times. I find it abhorrent when psychics burden their clients with worry over bad news predicted for years in the future.
As a very young adult living in Boston, I saw a baby bird that had fallen from its nest. Per the guidelines I was aware of at the time, I left him in place but tried hiding him under a branch for shelter. Later, I discovered he had passed, and I was devastated. This was back when I was a flight attendant, not yet a professional psychic or medium, but I already had an exceptional sense of empathy.
People are born with 20/20 vision; others may be naturally near-sighted or far-sighted. Some people may naturally have acute hearing; others may be hearing-impaired. Babies are born every day with differences in their muscle strength as well. It’s simply a fact of human nature that, while we may all be from the human race, we all have some degree of genetic differences.
WHY I’M WEARING ORANGE…
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Some of you might be interested in why I’m wearing orange today, on the 4th of July. This is our Independence Day here in the USA. It’s the day we celebrate our declaration of independence from the United Kingdom on July 4, 1776, and that’s something I’m proud of – the act of taking a stand against being ruled by an entity that doesn’t represent us, and forging our own way into a future we’re building based on our own ideals.
A lot of people use the term MEDIUM as a synonym for PSYCHIC. Although, in some cases, the terms can be interchangeable, they do have different meanings.
A psychic is someone who picks up on things outside of the primary, five physical senses. A medium is someone who uses those skills to connect with loved ones who’ve crossed over. Thus, every medium is a psychic, but not every psychic is a medium.