This Is The Biggest Mistake I've Made (As A Medium)
Psychic Mediums act as ambassadors for the embassy of a foreign nation on native soil - the spirit world.
They speak for and with, and translate between those beings of two nations.
And for others to have trust in that foreign nation, they have to be able to trust the speakers of that embassy.
A Psychic Medium is the face of Spirit.
They are the name of Spirit, when people think of whether or not ghosts, angels or Spirits and consider their existence, likely, their next thought is about the physical people on earth that wholeheartedly believe and stand by the word of Spirit. Mediums.
As a medium, being good at what you do also means standing by your work.
If you were a carpenter and made bookcases, people would expect you to stand behind your product. For someone to want to make a sale with you, some level of trust would have to be there.
And if the carpenter himself wasn't sure he made a good product, the buyer wouldn't trust it either.
When you doubt yourself, you sell yourself short.
Take a moment, and think about your answers to these questions.
Do you ask questions of your client, in order to pre-validate what you already are being given by Spirit?
Do you refrain from sharing certain, very fine detailed facts given to you by Spirit, in fear that you or the information might be wrong?
Do you preface the information you receive from Spirit with things such as, "I don't know if this is right, but. . . ." or "I'm not sure if I'm getting this accurately, but... ?"
Have you done any of these things?
Holding onto doubt is the biggest mistake I've made as a medium, and these are signs you may be doing the same: asking questions of clients, withholding information you knew the client later validated, and prefacing your information with caveats to non-belief.
It's okay to want to evaluate or hold out until you have more evidence, but it's also essential, that if you notice these tendencies, that you begin to develop a more trusting relationship with Spirit.
Why would the internal doubt of a medium affect a reading?
If the person who speaks and translates on behalf of Spirit doesn't fully trust in their Guides, that doubt usually seeps into the words translated and the vibration offered. This can aid to the vibration of doubt within the client.
For example, if a manager doubts the Chef of the restaurant, how can other customers of that restaurant be expected to trust in the food that comes from it fully?
Thus, as a psychic medium, it's your job to develop a trusting relationship with your Spirits. The confidence you build, and you deepen the relationship, will show up as confidence and assurance in your energetic field, drawing others closer to you.
There are a few ways to release your doubt in Spirit
. . . and develop a trusting relationship with those on the Other Side
1. Start Asking Questions
Talk to your guides. Ask for their advice. Have conversations with Spirits using your own intuition as the tool and begin to develop a friendship with those in the Spirit World. It doesn't have to always be all about work.
2. Communicate With Those Back Home More Frequently
I have Spirit Date. At least once a week, I set up a time to 'get together' with my guides and check-in. Just like I would do with a friend to keep a relationship going, I do the same with Spirit, and it helps build mutual trust, respect, and understanding - on both sides. The more they trust, the more they share.
3. Trust That Your Support Team Has Your Back
Genuine Spirit Guides have no desire to set you up for failure. Only learning lessons. And most of the time, the lessons are that you can trust in the Universe more than you think. It's true. As much as the media wants you to believe, most of the spirit world's inhabitants aren't trying to scratch you. Instead, they're trying to help you get a parking spot or a soulmate.
Amanda Linette Meder
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