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Psychics Clueing Psychics On Their Abilities

 

My story begins when I am 8 years old. My parents moved me from CT to Upstate NY where my ancestors had lived since 1800. Immediately I knew I was in a magical place. I could pick out buildings that had great interest to me and knew about people long dead without seeing any photos. When I finally saw the photos as an adult of 34 I was blown away. Although the pictures were not all labeled, I knew who each one was. The buildings I was drawn to as a child were their houses, farms and schools. I started seeing psychics periodically when I was 24. The first one told an amazing tale that I would marry a foreigner and travel the world. In short, I would have an incredible life. All that he said came true. Since then, regularly psychics say I have a golden aura or that I am an ancient soul, but that was the extent of it. Last year I was at a bookstore in Austin and a man kept staring at me and was clearly agitated. He finally came up to me and asked me who I was? I told him I was here for a book signing and he added; you are a psychic too, right? Your energy is so powerful it nearly blew me out of this building. It was if I had an epiphany. Everything finally came crashing into place. Why did this have to happen so late? I am now 49 and in retrospect I have had these powers all along. I have been a counselor for 20 years and am very effective. I often can affect change or understanding in one session. Why is it that no one clued me into my abilities before this? I guess I thought everyone was this way.

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tellingthebees (1 stories) (3 posts)
 
7 years ago (2013-01-26)
no one has actually answered my question. Why didn't the many psychics I met over the last 25 years ever tell me I had the gift too? So frustrating because I did not know. As I said before, NO ONE TOLD ME! Is it because they don't know or they don't want to say. I feel like I wasted 20 years that I could be helping others...
tellingthebees (1 stories) (3 posts)
 
7 years ago (2013-01-19)
Vergil117-

I left the suffering out. I have had great pain with my counseling work. I have worked in schools and I always feel like I have to attend to every kid with need in the building. It is physically and emotionally draining. I had to quit my last job because my caseload was 430 high school students and kids from every other part of the school of 3,000 were asking me for help all the time. I tried to help anyone who came to me. I knew if I stayed I would actually die from the stress and feeling of responsibility for these young adults. Houston Texas was a difficult place for me to live. The adult's belief system was so contrary to mine. Everything was about oil and money. Austin was the only respite I had. I know I was sent to Texas to help others but that tour of duty nearly did me in. I am back In New York now and working in a small, rural school. I feel I am doing a lot of good and there are fewer demands on my energy.
Lydiahahaha (2 stories) (11 posts)
 
7 years ago (2013-01-18)
that's an amazing story:) Austin is an awesome place. Lol.:)
vergil117 (4 stories) (201 posts)
 
7 years ago (2013-01-17)
im so happy that you have had such an amazing life, usually people like us suffer through the pain that society gives us... Would you like to talk? You sound interesting and look like you could help me help others, are you interested?
AnneV (4 stories) (1036 posts) mod
 
7 years ago (2013-01-17)
Your recent epiphany didn't stop you from having a fantastic life and counseling others which is such a wonderful thing you can say about yourself. There is no "too late". There just is. Everything unfolds in its proper time. Additionally though, when people of our similar age group were growing up, there was no internet or open conversation about such things (or at least not commonly) so people not cluing you in, as you put it, was more difficult a few decades back. It was still in the taboo corner. But it sounds to me you're living your purpose and doing a great job of it so enjoy this on-going process.

Anne

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