Spiritual readings – entertainment or soulguiding?
I enjoy all the questions I get, and people have a lot of questions. I spoke with two women in a restaurant the other day, who were amazed by the field I work in, and the women were an absolute joy to speak with. But even so, they, as so many others, were asking “can you say something about us while standing here?”
If you know me or have followed my blog for some time, you might know that I am not a fan of platform sessions or other forms of public displays, because I don’t consider my gift being entertainment.
I have received many requests to do platform sessions, but I always decided not to do it because I think the concept platform session, is making talking with Spirit something it is not. I choose to use my ability to communicate with Spirit to help people, to guide people and to connect people, not to entertain. I know others perform platform sessions, and good for them, but not me.
I have also gotten requests to attend bachelorette parties and ladies’ nights, and for these types of events I am very clear on certain rules. One is no alcohol before or during my sessions and probably the most important rule is that everyone has the right to say no. But even before I go to these events, I ask Spirit if I should go at all. Spirit will paint a picture for me about the people who will be there and also a clear yes or no on whether I should go or not.
The reason for all these precautions is that during a session with me, you will get personal and sensitive messages from Spirit, messages from loved ones that has passed that will touch your heart. That alone, to me, is reason enough not to do what I do as entertainment.
If I wanted to, I could have told these women everything that Spirit had to say right there in the restaurant, but it would be unethical. It all comes down to respect; Respect for the person you are talking to.
I absolutely love what I do and feel blessed every day that I am able to do it. I think it is fantastic to be able to help and guide people and give something to them which makes a difference.