I just received a link to the blog of a professional psychic in which she writes about integrating her life’s calling into “normal” society. It inspired my post for today. You will meet her later.
I can identify with this woman, and I’m sure just about every other working psychic out there has a similar story.
We are normal people. We have families, we have or have had jobs in the “normal” world; we have relationships, some challenging and some not, just like you; we have spiritual challenges and hang-ups, just like you; and our families don’t take us any more seriously than your families take you.
Our profession, our calling, our life purpose just happens to be in a field about which little is known. We are called to serve our clients, just as you are called to serve yours.
The main difference between us and you is that we have a different picture of life. We work in dimensions that most people are unaware of. That doesn’t make us better or worse than anyone else.
When we psychics need our plumbing fixed, we call a plumber. When we have a toothache we go to a dentist. Dentists and plumbers have expertise we don’t possess. They know infinitely more about our problem than we do, and that’s why we hire them. The same applies in our profession.
Each one of us in the psychic professions has had to face the challenges of “coming out” as Cat puts it in her post. It’s part of the life plan we chose. But just about everyone has challenges with the way they are perceived by others. So we’re not so different on that front, either.
Click here to read about Cat Edwards Clairvoyant, the inspiration for today’s post.
Another acquaintance I made today and who fits perfectly into this subject is Melody, the Medium who is living large.
I am so grateful that these two practical mystics found my blog and that I can share their stories with you. I hope this post has helped you learn more about psychics.
Live your purpose every day.
Copyright by Nancy Fairbrother. All rights reserved.