I must confess that being a professional psychic comes with a lot of responsibility. The responsibility can feel heavy, at times. How I interpret the information I receive is just as important as the messages I give. One of the things I have learned to do, and I find this most helpful, is to keep my own logic and reasoning on the side, and allow myself to be guided. In other words, to deliver the message(s) I'm getting no matter how odd it may sound. When I teach psychic development, I urge my students to give what they get and leave their own logic out of it. I would urge you to do the same if you are a practicing intuitive.
Trust me, there are times when I don’t want to deliver a certain message when the message seems very unusual. My own logical mind questions it. Telepathically, I’m asking, “What?!” Sometimes, I deliver the message I feel is pressing, and other times I don’t.
Many of my clients have heard me say, “Call me crazy, but. . . ,” and I deliver that message no matter what. It’s because I feel pressured to do so. I’m being urged to “just say it.” So, I say it. Nine times out of ten, I get an immediate confirmation from the person I’m reading, or shortly following the reading itself. That type of message is important for my client to pay attention to regardless of what may or may not seem significant.
There are some messages I won’t deliver. I won’t deliver any messages that are going to cause tremendous stress or anxiety, nor will I deliver messages regarding death. These are things that simply disturb one’s peace of mind and I’m not doing that. My job isn’t to cause people to worry. I care too much for people to do that to them.
I’ve heard that some psychics give a doom or gloom forecast. That’s done on purpose. They do it in hopes that the person will be so disturbed, he or she will call them back and pay for another reading session. It’s totally unethical. Still other psychics don't bother to test the spirit(s) when they are getting nothing but negativity, and continue to repeat all negative information. Many times, that information is incorrect. That's unfortunate because the individual seeking their insights are totally in need of reliable information.
I do deliver messages which may go against a client’s own desired outcome. No ‘drive thru’ answers. “I’ll have a hamburger, fries and the answer I want to hear that I’ve paid you for.” It’s not going to happen. To me, it’s unethical to go along with a client’s wish when I know it’s not going to be that way.
There are some clients/people that desire something so badly, they pressure others to bring their desire about. They're fine with manipulating others if it makes them feel better. When they do that, they drive others away, resulting in the least desired outcome and quite the opposite outcome at that.
Ultimately, people are responsible for their own choices. Hopefully, if they decide to move from one path to another, they expect a new challenge or outcome; good or bad.