why there’s no “wrong” path

People have asked me why I chose to become a psychic medium rather than use my hard-won social work degree. While I do not have to justify my decision to them, I wonder if they are really asking me.
Perhaps they are wondering whether they have made the “right” decision in their own careers or relationships. While I cannot answer that question for them, I can assure them that there is no “right” or “wrong” path for them. There are, however, paths that can either lead them closer to, or further away from, their own happiness, freedom, and success.
While it may seem as though we have chosen the wrong path at times, we are actually just taking a detour. I believe that these detours are necessary for our growth and development because they can teach us valuable life lessons and get us back on track. For example, my social work training has taught me a few things that are definitely helpful when working as a psychic medium.
For example, I learned to develop self-awareness. I now understand when I am taking on someone else’s energy. Once I acknowledge that, I can take steps to correct the situation. I’ve also learned how to be completely present with my clients. My social work training has also helped me to stay out of judgment when working with clients. Also, through my experience in college and internships, I have learned a number of life lessons from professors, friends, and clients. Although it took me a long time to get to where I am now, I am greatful for these life lessons and experiences.
If you can relate and need some guidance or connection with your deceased loved ones, would you be interested in booking a session with me? My contact information is now on the home page of my website at http://www.spiritualreadingsnj.com.

Published by Jessica

I am a medium, reiki practitioner, and spiritual coach who happens to be blind. I enjoy connecting with friends and family, a good cup of coffee, and various other things.

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