Why I’m Now A Professional Intuitive and Not a Psychic

In the last week I changed my website to reflect my new job title description; I’m now a Professional Intuitive. I’m still offering the same kind of readings, but I made this decision for a few reasons.

 

Someone asked me once if I was using my “psychic abilities” or my “women’s intuition”. I took that to mean that my women’s intuition had less credibility and power than my psychic abilities. But to me they are both the same.

 

The information I access comes through my senses, and those senses I access through my body.

 

You say Tomayto, I say Tomarto.

 

What they were really implying was that my own “knowing”, however I accessed it, wasn’t what was wanted, they wanted information to come from a much higher source.

 

In case my women’s intuition was wrong.

 

So I’ve decided that I want to move away from that predictive, fairground crystal ball type image, because even though I do have a sense about where someone is headed in the future, I don’t like doing readings where people want to access that kind of information.

 

It may seem comforting in the short term, but in the long term its not very empowering for you to be making decisions based on what a psychic tells you might happen. Your point of power is making decisions in the moment, not on what action someone else might take, and then you respond.

 

Bottom line, if you have to ask a psychic, about a relationship in particular, then there’s work you need to be doing to heal yourself.

 

So calling myself a Professional Intuitive means that I hope to attract clients who may still ask the same questions of a psychic, but are more open to exploring ways in which they can empower themselves in the Now, and not just wanting to know how someone else feels about them.

 

A great line I read the other day – “It doesn’t happen to you, it happens because of you.”