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Life Happens, “Don’t Shoot the Messenger,” Part 2

Before I continue, you’re not one of those guys that blames the messenger for bad news, are you?

Back in September of 2006, my first Blog post was “Life Happens Don’t Shoot the Messenger”. I feel it’s time to revisit this subject. And I think that anyone who wants to know my views on appointments with me and what I can and can’t do for them should read or re-read that Article. Anyone thinking of contacting me for an appointment should also click on the About Us page on my main website.

Unlike some psychic mediums, I do not make promises I cannot keep. I certainly don’t make outlandish claims about what I can or will do. I have turned potential clients down because I know that I would never meet their expectations. I also know that for some potential clients, there is no re-educating them. An appointment would be an unpleasant, frustrating exercise in futility for me. And certainly, there would be a block put up to any information that is brought through from any loved ones or Spirit Guides in the Afterlife. The same reaction would take place with any other information that came through during an appointment. Of course, the Messenger would be “shot” because of the information not meeting the seeker’s desires.

This brings me to another aspect of potential client expectations. That is individuals contacting every psychic-medium they can to see whether they’ll make promises that the seeker wants made. Unfortunately for the seeker, those expectations are never met by those making outlandish claims. So, it’s on to the next psychic-medium.

Then there are those individuals who want psychic-medium messages about some pretty trivial subjects. Sometimes, they go so far as wanting me to “tune in” to someone they’re having problems with to find out what’s being said about them. This indicates to me that an individual has a co-dependency problem with psychic-mediums. Or they are addicted to readings. One could go so far as to call them psychic junkies. There are references about that term on the Internet. For those interested in learning more about the term, just perform an Internet search.

I have had “friends” call and ask me where to find items they have misplaced repeatedly. I’ve also had “friends” invite me over for dinner only to find that I have to “perform” for my supper. Needless to say, I don’t maintain a “friendship” with those folks for long. What’s interesting is they feel such a sense of entitlement. They don’t understand that what they’re doing is using another person.

It’s unfortunate sometimes we need a reminder to be respectful. And we need to be reminded that the Messenger is not responsible for what does or does not happen in a seeker’s life. I consider myself a professional. I am a Minister as well. I take my work very seriously. It’s very important for me to maintain my professionalism and self-respect. Some things may have come across as a little harsh. But, I felt this needed to be said.

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