HOW IT WORKS
What is a Medium Psychic?
Psychic Mediums are essentially mediators who acts as a communication bridge between those of us on Earth and spirits who have passed on. Everyone is born on the spectrum of psychic ability, whether or not they’re in tune with their innate gifts and have spent time developing their extra-sensory perceptions and intuition. Mediumship can be developed, but only by psychics born with this exceptionally unique ability. Psychic Mediums are born able to hear, see, or feel discarnate beings, and because of this are able to play liaison between the living and the dead.
How do Mediums communicate with deceased loved ones?
After our loved ones pass, their souls are with Spirit and vibrate at a much higher frequency than they did when incarnate. Because everything in the universe vibrates at a specific frequency, Mediums are able to use this knowledge to match Spirit’s vibration in order to connect for a reading. During Medium Psychic Readings, your psychic makes contact with your loved one in Spirit by raising their vibration while Spirit lowers theirs just enough to align frequencies. Because of this obviously delicate process, unfortunately, a specific loved one may or may not come through during your reading. This could be for any number of reasons such as where your loved one is in the process of transitioning to the afterlife, or because the day of your reading other ancestral energies are tuning in stronger with an important message for you.
When to get a Medium Psychic Reading
People hoping to contact a deceased loved one can often find incredible solace after seeking out the spiritual assistance of Psychic Mediums. If you hope to connect with a loved one who has passed on, it’s of the highest importance that you are in an emotionally balanced state before and during the call itself so that the Medium has the best chance to tune into Spirit and your energy field without the disturbance of highly charged emotions. In other words, you must be far enough in your personal grieving process to be centered for the reading. This varies from person to person so there really is no set time one must wait before seeking help.