We all have dreams of what we want to be when we grow up; some people want to be doctors, others want to be lawyers, and some veterinarians. Me, well…I wanted to be a babysitter and I got my chance when the Universe granted me two little sisters. Quickly, I decided to change career choice. Being a babysitter wasn’t at all like the babysitters club portrayed! (If you aren’t a 90’s kid you might not know what I’m talking about)
So I changed my mind – I then decided to become and artist and a teacher. I was going to go to school for graphic design then I would learn to teach it! I always had the question though, “how does one judge the art of another? Who am I to grade what someone else sees as beautiful?” Well I didn’t get the opportunity to finish my degree, but not because I didn’t want too. At the time it just wasn’t in the cards for me.
But hey, look at me now! I’m still a teacher!
My creative outlet comes from website design, blog posts, and graphic design. I am teaching others how to utilize their God given abilities without having to pass judgement; I am a psychic medium and I am a teacher. I confess that while I planned to be creative and teach I didn’t plan to be a psychic.
So here are a few confessions of a psychic medium
- I have tried to get rid of my abilities my entire life. I’ve tried denying them, ignoring them, and shutting them down.
- My DOG is the reason I am a professional medium. No seriously, I had felt an energy in my home for months but I chose to ignore it. One night while rocking my newborn, my dog started growling and barking with all of his hair standing up. He was facing the closet and was trying to protect us from something. That is when I knew it was time to get a grip on all of this…ain’t nobody going to mess with MY baby!
- It’s been hard telling people I’m a medium.
- I’ve wanted to quit more times than I can count. This isn’t an easy thing to do, it can be emotionally and physically draining.
- This thought used to play on repeat “I have got to be crazy, this can’t be real!”
- I love to give readings but that doesn’t mean I want to give an on the spot reading to all of my family and friends. Like I’ve said before, it’s draining! I am not a circus act so please don’t treat me as such.
- I’ve become much more selective with whom I give my energy too. I absorb energy…the good, the bad, the ugly. This means that I need to surround myself with light, positive energy. It doesn’t mean I don’t love you if you’re constantly negative but it is tough to be around.
- It can be difficult to be different.
- I can see and hear things that others can’t. Sometimes I just want someone to see and hear it too so we can talk about it!
- This is my profession and I put a lot of time and effort into what I do. Please don’t think this is just a hobby.
- I still don’t understand why the Universe chose me for this, but I am so thankful that it did.
- I could never go back to who I used to be and I wouldn’t want too.
- The world, the Universe, and life are so much more beautiful to me now.
- I’ve found self-worth
- For the first time in my life I am great at what I do and I love to do it. (It used to just be one or the other)
- I cry sometimes because I am so grateful that I get the chance to help people heal.
- I appreciate life now more than ever.
- I look at death a lot differently than most.
- My gifts used to scare me – now I’d be scared if I didn’t have them.
- It is so much easier to live my truth than to fight against it.
- I consult my spirit guides for juuuuust about everything.
- Teaching people to use their gifts is what I was born to do and I LOVE it!
- My son has the same abilities as me and I have mixed emotions about it.
- It took about a year for my husband to accept this but now he’s one of my biggest supporters.
- I love being a medium.
On my honeymoon I met a lady named Nancy; she was vibrant, funny, and welcomed us in with open arms. Nancy was celebrating her 72nd birthday alone in a foreign country because she wanted to celebrate with strangers. I remember thinking wow, such courage and such heart!
Our last night there, Nancy took me aside and told me that meeting me had changed her life forever. She didn’t know what it was but I had a light that she would never forget. She told me that I was on a path that God had laid out for me and for me to just watch…don’t fight it, just watch.
I remember tearing up and also having absolutely no clue what she was talking about. Now I believe that like me, Nancy was a medium and could see things a lot clearer than I could back then.
My biggest confession is that now, because of mediumship, I believe in a higher power that I once thought was a joke. I am grateful to have this gift and I am eager to share it with others.
What is your biggest confession surrounding your gifts? Were you afraid of them at one point? I would love to hear about it, leave a comment below!