Type “Psychic Conman” or “Psychic Jailed” or similar search terms into google, and you will find many stories about fraudulent psychics or you will find stories about innocent people who have been conned by so called psychics. Sylvia Mitchell tops google for defrauding people out of thousands of dollars, after promising vulnerable people that she could get rid of negative energy. I do not know the ins and outs of the story, but obviously there was a lot of money involved, or it probably would not have gone to court. Fooling people to part with their money is not a new trick, for thousands of years, potions have been sold, stating they would cure anything from baldness to leprosy. People will often pay out thousands for a cure, especially if their search becomes desperate.
It is a sad state of affairs, when people become desperate, a dark side always draws close happy to make something out of the bargain. They sit like black widow spiders, waiting to pounce on people who are desperate to find help. Sadly they bump into the wrong person.
It is very difficult to find a genuine psychic or a genuine healer. Are they in it for the money, or are they really trying to help people? Sadly there are too many who see the dollar signs. I know I am not alone, but I gain great satisfaction in helping people, if someone smiles with glee or cries with relief, I feel I have done my job. That is worth more than any amount of money. You can go to sleep at night knowing you have done good, if you have managed to make a few people happy throughout the day.
It has always been a quandary for me, do you charge to help people or do it for free. If you have no money worries, and you live comfortably, then you have no need to charge, and if you do charge it should not become an expensive affair. If you need to pay the bills, then a psychic should charge a normal hourly wage. psychics have to eat and keep a shelter above their heads just like anyone else. They work as advisers and healers, just as a counsellor or a nurse would. So as far as I am concerned they should get a similar amount for their services. Not thousands, but an average wage equivalent.
It is hard to find genuine people in most walks of life, you can take your car to several garages, and find that one mechanic can fix the problem for hundreds, when another wants into the thousands. Who do you trust, when it seems everyone wants to make a fast buck these days. A psychic cannot guarantee they will find the answers to make you happy, the healer cannot guarantee a cure. They can try and hopefully a positive outcome will happen. If you are seeking a psychic or a healer, you must look to find someone you can build a rapport with, someone who does not want to fleece you, someone who sees you as more than a cash cow. Look for someone you can call a friend, they are there to help you and you must respect what they say. If you have no respect, then more than likely you are wasting your time.
When I first started to learn to drive, I remember asking my driving instructor how many lessons he thought I would need, he said 40, I said what! I scratched my head with disbelief, why would he think I needed that many, I was not that bad a driver, I did everything he asked. Then it dawned on me he saw me as nothing more than someone dumb enough to pay him a regular wage, he saw me as a cash cow. The next day I swapped instructors, after the first lesson with the new instructor, I asked the same question, how many lessons do you think I need, he said 4 or 5. Instead of trying to con me, he was being honest.
The same goes for some healers that I have seen, instead of working at a plan of healing, they see a way of making regular money out of someone, instead of thinking only about helping people, they see the dollar signs first. It is a sad fact, but there are many people out there in many professions doing the same. I do hope after reading this, that you manage to sort the wheat from the shaft. There are good psychics and healers out there, may you be blessed to find them. Do you have a story about a psychic or a healer who has acted poorly?