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The Skeptical One.

A few weeks ago I did a reading for someone who was pretty skeptical, as a matter of fact it was the first thing I picked up on. This made me a little nervous because thus far all the people I have read have been totally open to receiving the information. Looking back I now realize what a gift it was to have someone challenge me in this way (even if she didn’t know she was doing it).

I realize that in my career the more I put myself out there and the more readings I do, the more skeptics I am going to encounter…and that is totally OKAY! I am who I am and I do what I do. It is not my job to make everyone a believer. My job is to spread light and love and transfer messages to those who are in need.

At the beginning of her reading I pointed out that she was skeptical and she agreed. I pressed on anyways, giving her the guidance that was coming through with little to no response from her. I was starting to get a little worried and that old feeling of self doubt started to creep back up.

Normally I ask the client to submit 1-3 questions that they would like to try to get answered and this client did not want to do that.

When I picked up on her health issues she finally let her guard down a little. I was nauseous the entire time I was doing her reading and certain parts of my body started to ache and feel uncomfortable; when I told her this she was at a loss for words. She started crying because she had been struggling with issues for months and months and couldn’t get it under control and no one could figure out what was going on.

I told her I was picking up on a lot of sadness, bodily harm, and anger. This can and WILL manifest into health issues. I told her to love herself and be kinder on herself and she would start to see progress. I told her someone who loved her very much was here to talk to her…it was her father. I brought through specific names that he used to call her and his cause of death. We talked about how to move forward from his death because that was part of the reason she was feeling so broken inside.

After the reading I told my husband I just wasn’t sure I had gotten through to her and I was kind of bummed about it. He still isn’t 100% sure about all of this but responded with “all you can do is your best.”

Last week I received a text telling me that the client had really started working on some changes in her life and realized how dark of a place she had been in. She is now seeking help regarding her physical and mental well-being and it was all thanks to her reading.

My heart soared, my vibes rose, and I was SO THANKFUL. 

I showed Hubbs the text and even he was shocked. I am so thankful for this gift and so humbled when I hear how much it is helping other people. Of all my clients, I never would have guessed the “non-believer” would be touched in such a profound way.

Stay bright my friends!



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