The best thing about being psychic is you get to help people see things that are not in their physical or spiritual awareness. You can literally be helping them solve a problem they couldn’t see all their life and the light bulb goes off and they are able to move on. That is amazing. I help keep families together and I help connect people with their loved ones to realize that love never truly dies. Our loved ones are always around us and keeping up with our life events, they are just not physically present, they just changed form.
As a healer I have helped a lot of stroke patients recover from damage, remove energy blocks, or just help someone recognize how the health is connected to the spiritual. I might sense a medical issue when I am working with a client and help them work with medical professionals to heal or take care of health issues. As a psychic I can feel everything with my clients, their health, family health, indifferences. For myself, my primary goal is to help you feel empowered over your life and realize how much control you have over some of the outcomes.
What is the worst thing about being psychic? I can feel everything in my clients and temporarily take on their grief, health issues, anxiety, and stress. I can feel people’s energy in every day life which is why working in an office is out of the question. Being in negative energy spaces or around negative people is very challenging and often makes me sick to the point that I cannot physically be by them. I can control my sensitivity and turn down my receptors so I can do normal things like grocery shopping and carrying out other social activities, but it’s not something that I can be embedded in. For decades of my life, I could not figure out why in so many situations I would become physically ill or pick up certain symptoms from being in certain locations. I knew I had abilities but I had no idea that this was all part of it and related.
This all being said it takes a lot of my own personal energy to do readings for my clients. Using my abilities is a very big responsibility because I have to cleanse myself after readings and after attending social events. I have to keep myself clear and healthy in order to be a clear channel. When you are working with spirit guides, other spirits, and client’s energy you are given the gift to feel everything. Empathy is what helps me identify issues without someone physically pointing it out to me. I strictly only do distance readings on chat or over the phone so I am only able to read someone’s energy. I feel it lends to the authenticity of a reading, so I rely on senses not visual cues.
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This is a great question. My husband and I have 4 boys together and all of them have made predictions that have come true or were accurate without them having prior knowledge. This makes Christmas and birthdays very challenging and even hiding goodies. They can even determine a pregnancy before we are aware, to give you an understanding of their foresight.
Depending on what gifts your child exhibits you can do exercises with them to help them develop their natural abilities. The most important aspect of your role as a parent is to help validate their claims. If what they see is true, validate that and even discuss how they “saw” this.
For myself growing up I would naturally see trouble before it happened, know about issues in marriages of family, and even accidents. The challenge for me was that I was in a family that did not believe in this sort of foresight. So it was always brushed off and never discussed. I became trained to be “quiet” so that I would appear normal. My family was primarily Catholic and this sort of behavior was not considered a gift but looked upon in a negative light.
Being intuitive and empathetic to our environment is a very natural state of being. It’s important that we encourage children to use their gifts now so that they can continue using them as adults and making very conscious guided decisions in life.
I also want to note the sensitivities that children with abilities have. What you may think is a normal activity might be very daunting to your child. The reason for this is they feel other’s energy and can react in a negative way just to avoid the situation, and avoid the energy. Situations like zoos, crowded toy stores, amusement parks all may seem normal and enjoyable, but to a sensitive child it is an overwhelming feeling of others’ energy.
To take this a step further, before we find out we are pregnant we are visited by the child’s spirit. I have all male children, so they visit my husband and they visit their brothers. They will even wake them up and try to wake my husband up as well. Both my husband and children will see the same child. They will also tell us their name and that is how we name our children. So communication happens not only after birth but also before.
Teaching children not to be scared or ashamed of their abilities helps them feel comfortable with sharing and using them. It can be very daunting to feel like you don’t belong or like you are different in some way, but in our differences we bear our purpose.
So you want to quit caffeine? Maybe caffeine is not working for you like it used to. Maybe you find it hard to sleep at night. Or you are hitting extreme tiredness during the afternoons after your caffeine has wore off for the day, and you want to get out of the cycle. Or maybe you are trying to cut your monthly spending on something your body doesn’t truly need. Whatever reasons you may have, you are not alone on this journey.
Caffeine has really become a part of our daily life. We use it in work environments, meetings, social events, and even as a pick me up in the afternoon. It gives us this sense of productivity and efficiency. Caffeine gives us the “sense” that we have increased capacity to accomplish more in less time. According to Villanova University, “About 90 percent of Americans consume caffeine in one form or another every single day. More than half of all American adults consume more than 300 milligrams (mg) of caffeine every day, making it by far America’s most popular drug.”
Caffeine impacts everyone differently. There are some people that have a cup of coffee and go to sleep. Then there are others that can’t drink any caffeine after 4PM without it impacting their sleep schedule. Some people are sensitive to caffeine and others are not.
What are some signs of caffeine sensitivity?
1. You experience trouble sleeping where your mind cannot shut off at night. You may even take some sleep-aids to force yourself into a sleep state. This creates excessive drowsiness in the morning where you feel dependent on caffeine again to shift your body from sleep to wake states, and the cycle repeats.
2. You have moments of anxiety or nervousness. You may worry about situations that are not even in your power to control. You may encounter obsessive thoughts over one particular issue that you have trouble shaking or letting go of.
3. You have trouble trusting your intuition and experience self-doubt.
When we have caffeine we force our brains to stay in a beta state
. Beta states are states of peaked alertness, critical thinking and reasoning. In an Alpha or Theta state we are able to tap into our creativity, our state of well-being, and light meditation. This allows us to listen to our intuition and tap into our sixth sense abilities, allowing life to work for us not against us. This is our most natural state of grace.
4. You have trouble focusing on one thing at a time and jump around in tasks or conversations. Caffeine can force us into a fight or flight behavior. We can start to treat everything as urgent and have difficulty prioritizing tasks and try to do everything all at once. Instead of approaching life in a calm state, we approach it with urgency, sometimes trying to force solutions that have not had time to work themselves out.
5. You encounter throat irritations such as soreness or hoarseness.
This can be caused from mold sensitivities from coffee or tea due to Mycotoxins.
Mycotoxins like Ochratoxin A (OTA) is a toxic substance created by fungus that occurs on both dry and roasted beans.
8. Caffeine can increase headache frequency or trigger migraines when you don’t have it.
Caffeine impacts how our body reacts to pain and it also impacts our brain’s level of adenosine
. When a person has a migraine attack adenosine levels increase in the brain. Used sparingly caffeine can help block these pain receptors in the brain, but once dependency is achieved the dosage can actually contribute to an increase of tension headaches and migraines.
9. Unexplained weight gain or inability to lose weight.
Caffeine impacts our hormones and increases our cortisol levels.
Caffeine causes us to crave sugary foods and increase our intake of carbohydrates. It also causes adrenal exhaustion.
When our body responds in a negative way to caffeine it is time to take a look at the pros and cons and make a conscious effort to make some changes to eliminate the symptoms.
For me, I was raised to drink coffee, it was in our family, it was given to you when you were sick or when you had a headache. Caffeine has it’s place where it can be helpful, but taken over a long period of time, it loses it’s effectiveness and can even cause fatigue instead of preventing it.
My body became very reliant on caffeine to “not” have headaches. I would hit an afternoon slump. I would experience nasal congestion, runny nose, and sore throats. It would usually take about 3 days to build up in my system. I would quit drinking caffeine and my symptoms would go away, but I always hit a wall with caffeine withdrawal that would trigger migraines, blurred vision, and vomiting. Being a busy working Mom of 4, a business owner, it was hard to commit to breaking the cycle. I needed a reliable way of weaning off of caffeine without the side effects.
I tried literally everything from weaning from coffee to green tea. I would end up only drinking more green tea which resulted in more caffeine than the coffee. The dosage in tea bags and in coffee is inconsistent to measure which made it even more so a challenge to monitor dosages and gradually decrease my intake, not to mention the habit of having a warm drink.
I went back and fourth with this for years and felt discouraged every time I would go back to old habits.
Our body can wean off caffeine by decreasing the dosage about 40-50mg per day without triggering withdrawal symptoms. I needed something that would take out the guess work on dosages that didn’t have any other unnecessary ingredients. I did not want to use any over the counter medication with caffeine because that contained additional pain relievers like Acetaminophen and Aspirin which for a headache prone person can trigger what is called rebound headaches
and cause a dependency on pain relievers just to keep the headaches from recurring.
I finally found a supplement that was designed to help someone wean off caffeine called Wean Caffeine.
This took the thought out of dosing information and only had two simple ingredients: a natural powdered form of caffeine and L-Theanine which is just a natural amino acid to help take the edge off while you are quitting. The plan is very simple, each box represents 100 mg of caffeine. If you are consuming about 4 cups of coffee a day or 400 mg, you would start with 4 boxes. By the end of 30 days you will be weened off of caffeine with no withdrawal symptoms.
You would take one pill during your normal times of consuming coffee. For me and my schedule this was 6 am, 10 am, noon, and then 4 pm. I did this consistently and did not consume any soda, energy drinks, caffeinated tea, or pain relievers with caffeine. I cut out all forms of caffeine and successfully quit in 30 days.
I did not get sick. I did not have migraines. I did not encounter brain fog where I could not perform or function. My life continued on without coffee, without caffeine.
I actually would sleep at night with ease. I would wake up energized and without an alarm. It was like I was finally regaining control over my body’s natural function and time clock. I consumed less sweets and my appetite was under control. My blood sugar was more balanced and my headaches decreased tremendously.
I was able to focus and have an increased sense of concentration. It was easy for me to go from a productive mindset to creative. It was also easier for me to relax and be more receptive to my intuition.
I still love the smell of coffee, I don’t know if that will ever change. But it is just like appreciating the scent of fresh roses or a great cologne, you can smell it all you want, but you don’t have to ingest it.
If your caffeine habit has gotten out of control or if you just want to take a break and detox for a bit without experiencing withdrawal symptoms, Wean Caffeine
is the way to go to quit caffeine without the struggle.
The way I do readings is I do not do anything in person. I only do phone, I only do chats. I do this for a specific reason. I can’t make any judgments by appearance because a client is not physically in front of me. I am merely reading their energy and getting messages as soon as they start to ask me a question. So when a psychic, healer, or medium comes to me, they do not tell me what they are but their Spirit Guides will highlight a feature that will symbolize to me their gifts.
If they are a medium, they will show me the person receiving messages and from there I will convey to my client what I see. I might even see tarot cards or see that they are working more with an angelic realm. Their guides might even show me a special sign that they had given them to validate their path. I’ve seen this particularly with healers and shamans. From that point I will receive specific messages of their potential development that help validate what they are being shown.
So is it easier to read for psychics versus other general clients? Yes and no. If someone does not want you to read them but they come for a reading, they can be blocking or shielding themselves. When I see a person’s energy like this, I immediately feel and see their aura constrict. This makes it more challenging to read them. So when a person is open to a reading, that is what makes it easier to read them. I don’t feel it matters so much as whether they are psychic or not.
If someone is willing to learn about different parts of themselves, then they are opening up their energy to be read. Their chakras are more open as well, so you can see the different layers or highlights that should be focused on during a reading.
When I read for lightworkers their Spirit Guides are generally the ones I work with and they can be very loud and colorful during a reading. So you can have more spiritual helpers present when reading for psychics, mediums, or healers. When this happens information comes in very quickly as opposed to someone else that might be experiencing blocks.
A reader on Quora writes, “How can I better ensure predictions from my psychics come true? I’ve received basically the same prediction from multiple psychics and it’s an outcome that would make me so happy.”
I have honestly had clients try to argue with me on the outcome that I see, insisting that other readers saw a particular outcome and that the odds were against me. They would later come back to me and tell me that my reading came true for them. Another example, I had a new client that I had read for that had been going to other psychics for about a couple of years. They kept telling her that the man she was dating was going to be who she would marry, etc. She had spent a lot of money and two years waiting for this person to come forward into a fully committed relationship.
When I read for her, I saw this differently. I actually saw this man with someone else and having a relationship with the client at the same time. As you can imagine this was very disturbing to them and they were highly upset with me. I received hate mail from them and everything, but I did not want to just tell them something they just wanted to hear. I wanted to give her honestly what I was seeing.
It was a week later and she came back to me and apologized. When she addressed the issue to their partner, the man came clean to her and told her that he had been in a serious relationship with someone else and was going to marry this person. All this being said, I advise no matter what an astrologer, psychic, or medium tells you, always use your own intuition to make the judgment call and ask short-term questions to your reader so you can validate their accuracy.
Energy can always change. Even though the trajectory can be going one way right now, you or the other party involved both have free will and can change the path. There are what I call destiny points however, and those points occur no matter what. This means that no matter how long we take to get there, we still get there, so keep this in mind as well.