5 Things That bother me about the Psychic & Healing Industry.
If you thought for some reason, that you would expect Peace love and pixie dust... Well you could not be further from the truth..!
As we are all representatives here on this earth as the "sum" of god, not to be god, but to be in the image of, no one is better than or more than another. The psychic and healing industry however seems to be fractured with issues of ego, competition and ownership. Issues that worry me and others who work and practice genuinely within the industry.
Here are my top my 5 Things / words that best describe the industry:-
So, lets get real here, most Psychics dislike or are extremely jealous of other Psychics and healers, Period.!
I have traveled to many countries, seminars, holistic shows and events, in fact 18 years worth of observations. Most Psychics and healers are lacking a quality of empathy or compassion for other fellow Psychics or Healers. There seams to be an enormous amount of jealousy and fear, that a better psychic will come along and stomp on the turf they are currently occupying, "this is my area, keep away".
I have seen and heard of Psychics calling, harassing and abusing others in the industry. Telling them to "clear off their patch". This has happened to me many times, which leads me to write something short on this issue.
Don't get me wrong, I have come across quite a few non ego, beautiful driven human beings in the industry that are here soulfully to serve gods children. Please also note, this is not an attack on every Psychic & Healers, but more of a "take note" this is real and happening world wide and may start a discussion of some sort and hopefully a reform that will see everyone work well together.
A great read here: 10 Spiritually Transmitted Diseases
Look out other Psychics.! I maybe stomping on a ground near you soon and I will speak my truth.
This Amazing, but beautiful photo was taken on December 31st 2015 in Yamba NSW underneath a pine tree, Look how beautiful and clear these Orb's appear in the photo, I felt my head tingle and had a whisper in my ear "take a photo" so I reached for my $99 camera (not phone) and started taking pictures..! This is truly a blessing indeed.
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You could no agree more here than this statement. It is so true, How many people have a belief system that they think they are grander and more evolved than the next person.
"wake up spiritual folk" we are all the same.
How many Angels do you see here.?
I remember taking this picture whilst visiting my family in Wales in 2015, I headed up for a walk in the Black Mountains near Ammanford, Wales with my oldest and wisest brother Jason.
All of a sudden I could see shadows crossing this sunset in the background, so I began to take some photos, as you can see the results are truly amazing indeed.
We all get hit by life’s slings and arrows from time to time. They can come from a resident critic—a family member, friend, or co-worker who always finds something wrong—or as the occasional put-down that catches you by surprise. What do you do when an insult is hurled your way, privately or public ally? Do you pretend you didn’t hear it or hurl an insult right back? Do you internalise it or get angry and lash out?
You may not be able to stop someone’s nasty words or careless actions, but you can change how you deal with those barbs. They don’t have to take you down or tempt you to retaliate. Try these 10 healthy and empowering tips to meet insults and criticism gracefully and appropriately.
Tip #1: Assess Criticism and Who It Is Coming From
It’s important to get an accurate read on a situation to decide the best way to respond. There’s a big difference between constructive criticism from someone who loves you and getting bashed by someone who steals the stage to discredit you. You’ll need to get some objectivity before deciding whether it’s right to speak up or let it go.
Try this: Pull away from the situation and look at it without ego, as if you were observing someone else’s life. Is it possible you are being overly sensitive, or has someone treated you like a doormat without good reason? A clear sense of which it is will help you find the best solution.
Tip #2: Acknowledge Your Feelings
Pressure can build up when you don’t acknowledge what’s bothering you. When someone hurts you, especially someone close to you, you may stuff your feelings below the surface to avoid a confrontation. But your feelings are a key part of your internal guidance system—they warn you when something is wrong. By ignoring feelings, you create a larger problem to deal with later. By accepting the messages they bring, you’ll be able to deal more effectively with issues from the start.
Try this: Rather than slamming a lid over your emotions, notice them as they arise--without judging yourself or blaming others for making you upset. Ask yourself: If my feelings could talk right now, what would they say? What is this feeling asking me to do? What new choices can I make to help me feel at peace about this situation?
What authentic people do differently than the rest of us, and how you can too
We tend to value “genuine” people and think poorly of those whom we perceive as being “fake”—but why is that? After all, what motivates “fakeness” is an effort to appear more appealing or impressive, so shouldn’t we find people who care about our opinions more appealing than those who, by definition, do their own thing regardless of what we think?
Well, no, we shouldn’t—and for three basic reasons:
Genuine people speak their mind.
This is actually a two-step habit. Genuine people take time to figure out their own opinions and perspectives about things, and they are not shy about sharing their thought-out opinions with others. The manner in which they share their opinions also matters: Genuine people are comfortable presenting their ideas without expecting or needing to convince others they are right. One thing that helps them get in touch with their true opinions and perspectives is…
Genuine people respond to internal expectations, not external ones.
Genuine people spend time thinking about and exploring their own beliefs, ideals, standards, and expectations because they rely on the answers to these questions to give them direction and purpose in life. Of course, identifying your own ideas and beliefs is not necessarily easy, since they can easily conflict with the beliefs and standards of the families, communities, and cultures in which you were raised. Indeed, being authentic is often associated with being brave because you’re then likely to do the following…
Genuine people forge their own paths.
Being authentic is not just about what you think or say but what you do and how you are in the world. Being guided by an internal compass means not having to follow the conventional or typical routes others take to achieve their goals. Therefore, genuine people search for and discover their own unique way of pursuing their passions and purpose, often forging an entirely new path as they do. The risk of forging a new and unproven path is that not all your efforts will be successful. However…
Genuine people are not threatened by failure.
The reason most people follow conventional routes is they are supposedly “proven” and “safer,” and therefore more likely to yield success. On the other hand, taking the road less (or never) traveled is risky and can lead to failure. Yet, genuine people do so because they are not threatened by the idea of failing. In fact, they view failure as an integral part of their journey, a source of learning, and an enriching experience from which they can grow. Because they find failures instructive rather than threatening…
Genuine people can admit their faults.To be true to your feelings and opinions you must first be honest with yourself about your thoughts, beliefs, and behavior—which means confronting the bad along with the good. As such, genuine people are likely to recognize their faults and shortcomings, to accept them, and to take responsibility for their actions as a result. Indeed, their general ability to own their faults, mistakes, and failures extends beyond how they see themselves such that…
Genuine people are not judgmental of others.Being honest about their own faults and embracing individuality and differences leads genuine people to be less judgmental and more accepting of the people around them. Their fundamental assumptions about human complexity and their reluctance to view people via the lens of bias or preconceived expectations allows them a purer perspective that usually leads to direct and honest interactions and relationships. And all of the habits listed above stem from one core psychological characteristic of genuine people…
Genuine people have solid self-esteem.Having solid self-esteem means having stable self-esteem that is neither too high nor too low. (Narcissists, for example, have high but brittle self-esteem.) As a result, genuine people can tolerate and absorb failure and criticism, admit their faults, and be accepting of others because they are not threatened by imperfection. Indeed, having solid self-esteem means, by definition, that you can absorb both negative and positive feedback and acknowledge aspects of your character that might need work or improvement without diminishing your overall sense of self-worth.
For scientifically proven ways to manage failure and enhance self-esteem check out Emotional First Aid: Healing Rejection, Guilt, Failure and Other Everyday Hurts (Plume, 2014).
Written By Guy Winch PhD.
Originally published on Psychology Today
Copyright 2015 Guy Winch
I was told once by a psychic counselor that the psychic business is pretty cut throat. The competition can sometimes make the best, most ethically-sound intuitives deviate from their path.
At the time I had been doing heavy research into psychic ability–trying to figure out the source of the information psychics were receiving–I realized later on that I was also doing research into the ethics and practices of psychics in our community. This is where I stumbled upon “psychic jealousy”–a very real and potentially damaging concept.
What Is Psychic Jealousy?
Psychic jealousy manifests itself when a psychic, for whatever reason, picks up on the energy of another psychic and seeks to prevent that psychic from developing. Psychic jealousy is not always an intentional feeling and is, in fact, a defense mechanism–especially when the psychic reader senses an energy stronger than that which they possess.
In my life, I have met a few psychics who had psychic jealousy. They were good, well-intentioned people; however, their jealousy got in the way of their readings.
How Do I Know If My Psychic Is Jealous?
There are a few warning signs that you are dealing with Psychic Jealousy from your reader.
1. The reader does not mention your psychic abilities. This does not always happen and some good, ethical psychics do not always mention psychic ability because they may feel it is irrelevant or inappropriate for the questions asked.
2. Their reading is vague, where testimonials do not consistantly reflect this. Again, this may also be due to not having a great connection to your psychic reader.
3. Specifically, if you are asking about psychic development and they suggest “questonable methods” of development. For example, I remember asking a psychic if I would ever start my own business as a tarot reader. She suggested I read books on the subject despite me reporting that I had been using tarot and had a pretty high accuracy rate to begin with. She also suggested I go into a back room of another business I could start and practice my readings. It was almost as if she wasn’t listening to me.
4. If you have visited several psychics before, and they have all told you the same thing and this particular psychic tells you the opposite, it may be due to psychic jealousy. It could also be due to the psychic having a bad day or, again, that you do not have a good connection with your psychic reader. It is not always necessary to visit “several psychics in order to get the information you need to improve your life; but if a trusted and reputatble psychic who is not jealous gives you information and you go to a psychic who may have issues, it’s better to trust your gut.
5. They suggest repeatedly that you have negative energy around you. I have found that when some psychics do this, they may be playing on your free will and they may use your free will against you to protect themselves and their livelihoods from you. Once, a psychic said there was negative energy around myself and that I needed to suround myself in white light. Oddly enough, I didn’t feel this negative energy until she had mentioned it. Well, when I did this, I saw myself being bound with white ribbons. If allowed to “bind myself”, I figured her motive would be that she would be free from blame, at the same time, protecting herself.
How Do I Deal With Psychic Jealousy?
The first thing you need to do when dealing with psychic jealousy is to trust yourself and your instincts. If something doesn’t seem quite right about the reader, trust yourself enough to recognize it. If the reader is making you feel uncomfortable, end the reading immediately. You do not need to explain why you are ending the reading. If you have gone too far and they have either given you a negative reading or tried to perform some sort of binding work on you under the guise of “spiritual counseling”, first, you need to understand the workings of Spirit and your spirit guides. They are there to protect you. Believe that they can help you and protect you from harm. Next, you need to understand free will. You are often exposed to negative elements because your own choices got you to that point. Your own choices can also undo negativity. If you are feeling bound, call upon your inner strength and your spirit guides to break through the feeling of being “bound”. If they gave you a negative reading–especially if it contradicts the readings of others, the best way to deal with it is to take it with a grain of salt and chaulk it up to them simply being wrong.
“As I began to love myself, my relationship with everyone changed.’
The simple meaning of being unfuckwithable is that you do not let anyone or anything bother you. It’s the highest state of your existence, of things you do, of place you live, of every moment of your life. It’s about being at peace with oneself so much that no action from outside can disrupt that.
Unfuckwithable is that state of being where you are completely in tune with your soul and free of expectations and attachments.
You have come to understand that expectation and attachment make you vulnerable and that makes you fuckwithable. You have learnt to let go of these vulnerabilities. You don’t have anything to win or lose. You have gone beyond the finite gameplay and embraced the infinite gameplay, continuing to be in the game without any particular motif. That makes you the strongest soul among all. You have truly understood the purpose of your existence.
If you are not sure whether you are unfuckwithable or not, here are
6 Signs That Say You’re Unfuckwithable(1) You have realized your self-worth:“Strong people have a strong sense of self-worth and self-awareness; they don’t need the approval of others.” ― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart.
(1) You know the unique person you truly are. You are confident about yourself and no-one or nothing can push you into questioning this uniqueness. In fact, it is your ingenuity which acts as a fingerprint of your soul and can even mould a negative energy into a positive one.
(2) You focus on the thing you can control and leave the things you can’t:“Incredible change happens in your life when you decide to take control of what you do have power over instead of craving control over what you don’t.” ― Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free.
You understand that it’s your own behaviour and actions which you can control. You also know that you can’t control others and so, you let go of the attachments and expectations. You embrace uncertainty and don’t get disturbed by the things you can’t take control of. You are more focused on yourself.
(3) You love yourself:“The only person who can pull me down is myself, and I’m not going to let myself pull me down anymore.” ― C. JoyBell C.
You do not care if others love you or hate you. You treat your lovers and haters alike. You love yourself and that matters the most. This self-love removes all your insecurities. You are not scared of darker times because you have yourself and you know you can pass through it.
(4) You live life fearlessly:“To me, Fearless is not the absence of fear. It’s not being completely unafraid. To me, Fearless is having fears. Fearless is having doubts. Lots of them. To me, Fearless is living in spite of those things that scare you to death.” ― Taylor Swift.
You are more than willing to get out of comfort zone and face your fears. You accept all the challenges with a smiling face and evolve so that you can deal with them. You are continuously moulding yourself to face these obstacles. You are also well aware that you might lose everything but doesn’t stop you.
(5) You forgive:“To err is human, to forgive, divine.” ― Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism.
You understand that emotions like anger or hurt only pulls you back. No matter how wrong a person is, you forgive them and move on because you don’t have any attachments with anyone. Since actions of others don’t affect you, you can easily forgive. You know that past if past and only you can’t do anything about it. But you can change the future by actions of your present and you make the best out of it by forgiving and letting go off the attachments.
(6) You live your life on the edge:“Dance. Smile. Giggle. Marvel. TRUST. HOPE. LOVE. WISH. BELIEVE. Most of all, enjoy every moment of the journey, and appreciate where you are at this moment instead of always focusing on how far you have to go.” ― Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass.
You live every day as if tomorrow might never exist. Nothing can pull you back; you don’t care about any shackle. You embrace what this universe has to offer; you let yourself sail on the flow of this universe. By doing this, you embrace positivity and spread positivity wherever you go.
Emilia Gordon November 30, 2017