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Is It Ok To Be A Psychic Medium

 

I grew up not with the best childhood, I have had a lot of family die young including my dad when I was a teenager.

Ive suffered depression due to a a failed relationship in which

I was robbed of everything, and a recent one which left us both heartbroken. Anyway enough of the moaning. I have been a naturally psychic medium from the day I was born. I know stuff about people, places, what's happened there before. I can link in with peoples family who have passed. I pick up on peoples moods there past all kind of stuff.

I've had three mediums tell me I should do this kind of work, however this is where the problem is. I've worked in the army, been a police officer, a bodyguard, now I'm having the biggest battle of all coming to terms with this gift. I don't tell people about my the stuff I see and feel. If I told most of my friends they would say, "What? You?

No way." lol.

The biggest battle of all now is it is playing havoc in my mind. I am joining a development circle soon to sharpen it all up. I know it's what I got to do has anyone else been to shy to be themselves, and tell family and friends the real them. I think its a lot of the reason that my life has gone up and down

Hopefully it will change soon.

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Ruth (4 stories) (156 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-04-02)
Hello. I'm medium living in Australia. It is widely accepted here.
All my friends know and are accepting of it. I still have a day job working in a law firm. I will slowly cut back the days in order to be a full-time medium. I have studied and practiced for over four years now. It's been an interesting 4 years I can tell you.
I have been told by an elderly person at work that what I do is the devil's work & that she feels sorry for me. I told her not to feel sorry for me as I feel blessed & that my life is unique.
It's great to be in touch with people who have similar abilities. If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact me via email.
Luv & light
Rurth - medium clairvoyant over 4 years ❤
mysticn (27 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-01-14)
centurion76, I am also a psychic medium. However, I grew up in a family full of psychics. So, in my family, though we kept it quiet from most of the neighbors, in fear of being outcast or thrown out of the church, it was accepted.

Lots of people, whom I am close to do not know I am psychic. It's not something that I do advertise to all my friends and even some of my family members, (those I've married into!). But, the skill is there, and I do have clients whom I help out.

The same is possible for you, if you think this is your path. That is your decision alone. I, personally feel, that this is a gift that is meant to be shared with people. To help them not to fear death and to realize that life does not end here on this earthly plane.

The great majority of the people I have done readings for, have been thrilled to know that I have connected with their loved one and that this same loved one seems to know about things going on in their life - even tho the loved one was no longer alive.

It proved to them that there is life again, after death. It is a comforting thought for many.

Now, I won't lie to you and say it is always that way. I've had clients who refuse to accept the information I get, and that is fine too. If they are not ready to accept the information or the fact that there is life after death, then, they are not ready. You cannot force anyone to believe in this.

So, if you are ready, don't worry about what your friends or family may say. First of all, they don't really have the need to know. Secondly, it can very rewarding to you knowing you have helped someone who has suffered such a loss.

In my opinion this is a beautiful gift that can be shared with others and is so rewarding when it is.:)

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