A Day in the Life of a Psychic Medium
a catalogue of posts for understanding the everyday life of a spirit sensitive
The mediumship community is largely misunderstood.
A far cry from a bunch of floaty scammers, the majority of psychic mediums are well intentioned, intelligent human beings, whose lives threw them for a real loop.
Most mediums never intended to be mediums.
And most of us, have pretty interesting tales as to how we came to do what we do.
Today's psychic medium, unlike days past, can't be stereotyped.
He or she gets everyone -and people just seem to love their calmness, honesty, and their uncanny Angelic-like abilities to help people relax. Want to get to know this version of your every day psychic medium, just a little bit more?
If so, here is a listing of posts from both myself and from colleagues around the web, all designed to help you further understand the woman (or man) behind your reading.
The Life and Times
My Everyday Life as a Psychic Medium (Nicole M Ferguson)
What is it really like to be a psychic medium? (In Touch with Spirit)
Myths and Misconceptions
Mediumship Myths – Do All Psychic Mediums Need Training? (The Boston Intuitive)
25 True Confessions of a Psychic Medium (Ashley Strong)
6 Myths About Psychics Debunked (Psychic Readings Guide)
Being a Psychic Medium: 10 Things I’d Tell You if We Were Best Friends (Intuitive Souls Blog)
If You’re Psychic, Doesn’t That Mean You Have All the Answers? (Sarina Baptista)
The Crazy Life of a Psychic Medium (Christina Pavlina)
The Journey of Being a Medium (Brandie Crisman)
Don't see your story here?
Write it and then pass it along.
The more awareness there is about who we are, as psychics, healers, mediums, AND as human beings, the gentler the world would become for a place like us.
The psychic medium blogging community is growing fast and becoming quite the network of friends. And we can't build it without you. We need as many people as we can to write about and share their experiences, in order to change the tides on how mediums are being viewed by the public.
If you're on Instagram, tag #MyPsychicLife or #mediumsofinstagram to stay connected with us.
The world is changing and you can help.
- Amanda Linette Meder