Separating the Psychic Wheat from the Chaff
There are real psychics and then there are people who pretend to be psychic. How can you tell the difference?
This week in my Psychic Editorial I cover some of the misconceptions surrounding genuine Sensitives and Lightworkers.
Where many people see psychics*
as charlatans, there are also many others who know that genuine psychics do exist. They have been touched by the special guidance they've received from real spiritual conduits, and been given confirming information that wasn't known to anyone but themselves.
Psychics Throughout History
Since human history began, every community has had a small number of spiritual conduits assisting those in need of guidance and clarity in their lives. And in the smaller communities of the past where everybody knew each other, it was difficult to fake genuine psychic abilities.
But since we have developed the technology to have a global community with global economics, in which we don't actually know the people we are dealing with, we no longer have any community knowledge of who possesses genuine psychic abilities and who doesn't.
This makes it much easier for misguided souls to fake psychic abilities for personal gain, and why it is important to know what a genuine psychic should and should not be able to do.
Psychic Abilities Vs Magic Tricks
This is especially true for the skeptics of the world who often confuse the psychic ability of recognizing and reading the subtle energies surrounding us, with magicians' tricks such as knowing what card I'm holding behind my back or what picture you've drawn on the piece of paper inside this sealed envelope. These sorts of tests are only suitable for testing the skill of magicians, mentalists (like on the TV show) and entertainment 'psychics'
who say they can do such magic tricks.
The vibrational frequencies that psychics tune into, cannot be measured by the magicians' tests that skeptics want them to agree to. Indeed, one way to tell a fake psychic is if they claim to be able to do magic tricks like bending spoons, manifesting objects out of thin air, guessing the card you're holding behind your back, talking to the ghost of Elvis, or using spells to make someone love you.
Misconceptions Surrounding Questions about Death
And there are things that genuine psychics will not do. For instance, they will not talk about when someone will die
. It is forbidden by Akashic Records, and for good reason.
Imagine if you knew when you will die. Would that change your life and how you are living it? The answer to that question for many people is probably, yes it would change things.
Most people are not psychologically equipped to handle the answers they might get. An answer they might not want to hear about something as final as death, might adversely affect their future.
In the last few days there's been a media report from the United States of America about an apparent psychic having to pay out $6.8 million dollars for the false reporting of a criminal matter
. Once the media released the story
it was guaranteed that all Sensitives would be painted with the same brush and feel the wrath of the public. It happens all the time.
The press should not have swarmed all over the story, the police should not have released it to the press and the 'so-called' psychic should not have made the accusations.
Psychics should not comment on missing person cases before the information is known by authorities and widely reported. This means that even if a psychic knows something before it is discovered and reported, they should keep it to themselves, unless actually asked by the people involved. And even then, never predict death.
, when supposedly channelling guidance on a psychic television program, shared with a distressed mother that her abducted child was no longer alive. The mother was understandably distressed upon hearing this news. She died several years later, before her daughter was found alive after 10 years held captive in a home in a residential area.
Most people believe Sylvia Browne was responsible for relaying guidance which had turned out to be untrue, and she is now paying the price.
If a client asks whether someone will die, the correct response from a psychic should be: we are forbidden to talk about this aspect of life.
When Sylvia Browne was asked whether the child was alive or not, she disregarded this basic directive and gave a definitive answer, which was likely to have a negative effect on the person asking the question.
Whilst a psychic should always deal in truth and clarity, it is irresponsible to say something that would take away all hope, and no genuine psychic would do this.
Genuine psychics will not do platform readings and TV shows of an entertainment nature like the one Sylvia Browne was doing when she answered that question. Those psychic shows are for entertainment only. Answers to questions about death, in those settings in particular, should be avoided or worked around. A really good psychic
entertainer should have been able to do that, and a genuine psychic
wouldn't even have been there.
Spiritual Sensitives and lightworkers follow the Akashic Records
and know that if they harm another from their reading they would be required to feel the karma of the reading. In the Akasha, the law of life and death is sacred and known only to the soul who is choosing to incarnate. This is why you have to be discerning about over-publicized television programs and talk back shows about psychics.
A lot of these shows are designed to draw in an audience and they don't reflect the teachings of the seers and starseeds who have come to earth to do the work they do.
Psychic institutes and individuals are saying they can teach people to be psychic, and stating that everyone is psychic, but what they should be sharing is that everyone is energetically connected and are spiritual beings. Not everyone is going to be able to call upon the heightened senses in this lifetime and that is okay.
Faith and trust don't require proof of one's spiritual knowing. You can still live a fully recognized spiritual life on Earth without having to delve into the higher realms, although it may be your calling to do exactly that.
Allow yourself to resonate with this guidance.
Love and Light
The term 'psychic' has been overused and abused to the point where we don't know what people mean by it anymore. It seems that anyone who has bought a Tarot pack or done a Reiki Course, or who has been to a Law of Attraction conference is calling themselves a psychic. Whether or not they are able to demonstrate genuine clairsenses or mediumship abilities. Even psychologists, trainers, life coaches and hypnotists are calling themselves "psychic"
For the sake of simplicity I sometimes use the word psychic
in italics to express the idea that the word in that case could have different meanings. Other times I use more descriptive terminology such as: 'Spiritual Conduit', Clairvoyant Medium, Soul Reader, Seer or Sensitive etc.. My aim is partly to use a name that describes what a psychic actually is, and partly to induce the question: What is a "psychic" supposed to be anyway?
June 18th 2013