Master Your Craft

We are all inherently intuitive or psychic (depending on the term that feels most comfortable for you). We all have gifts (or our own Spirit Language) with the Clairs: Clairvoyant (clear vision), Clairaudience (clear audio /hearing), Clairsentience (clear sensation or feeling), and Clairsentience (clear sensation or feeling). There are a total of 8 Clairs, but these are the basic (though not so basic 😜) Many of us can use these interchangeably, though usually 1 or 2 are more prominent.
Some have no interest in using them at all, don’t believe in them, or believe them to be evil. This message isn’t for you…
Just like the Clairs – Mediumship and Channeling are gifts we all have access to. For some, these gifts come very naturally – and others may have to spend a lot of time developing them. Well, to be GREAT and to master your craft, no matter how “natural” these gifts are or what your skill level may be – I, personally, believe that in order to grow and to become the best at what we do – we ALL have to spend time in development – and I’m not even touching on the personal healing aspect of things as some of us – like me – have had years/lifetimes worth of trauma we have to and are still healing and clearing.
Development and practice are crucial – especially when we’re wanting to develop gifts that aren’t as “natural” for us. Example: Mediumship. Most long to have this gift when working in this field. For me, this gift opened very naturally as it’s always been there – though it lied dormant for many years because I didn’t want to be labeled as “crazy.” For others, this may take years of training and practice.
I spend at least 4 out of 7 days a week (at a minimum) beginning my day in prayer, gratitude, and meditation. Prayer is when I speak to Creator or my guides (Spirit) and meditation is where I listen. I am also enrolled in Bhava Spiritual Mission in the Leadership Ministry Ordination program which gives me 1:1 time for healing and growth, weekly group meetings, and there are practice calls and lessons at least 5 days a week. And did I mention Sunday Service or the channeling circles that are also available to everyone?
On top of that, I am constantly researching, speaking with other mediums, reading developmental books, and practicing exercises (like visualization, clearing my mind, trance, making an uninterrupted connection with Spirit, audio training, etc.) daily. It’s a commitment I’ve made to myself and Spirit – and it’s what gets me lit AF.
I also do this because I want to give my clients the best readings as possible. When a Sitter is wanting to connect to their dearly departed, it is my job to move out of the way and to give as much clarity as possible. I believe in evidential mediumship and this is what I am “training” for. To me, this is no different than a doctor who has had to go through years of training to become the BEST at what they do…
So if you, truly want to do this work and be in alignment and integrity to bring your clients the best messages possible – you have to hone and master your craft. I’ve heard a lot of people say, “Oh I want to do that,” but aren’t willing to put in the commitment, dedication, and training necessary. This is a disservice to everyone – including those in Spirit who also desperately want to reach out to their loved ones still in the living.
And divination. Most psychics have a “tool.” Why? It’s another way for Spirit to come through and communicate. I primarily use tarot cards for this as it’s also a way to set parameters and a container around the reading and messages I’m receiving. Most tools are also used as a way for the psychic to go into trance (to move themselves aside) for Spirit to come through. While I love my tarot – many of us get very “attached” to our tools (like security blankets) and cling to them even once we’ve become so developed, they aren’t necessary.
But again, if you have a tool, master your craft. Anyone can read tarot. But can you read the cards intuitively? If not – you’re then doing Technical Tarot. Do you use it as a tool for Spirit to communicate through you – or do you simply place the meanings and messages on the cards based on the booklet it came with?
This morning in my Spirit communication while channeling with my guides, I was given the following message – which inspired this post:
“Master your natural gifts first and foremost. Then begin to practice and develop yourself in other areas. It is disrespectful to say, ‘I want to do what they do. I want their gift vs mine’ and to compare. That is saying Creator made a mistake or that the gifts you were given aren’t special. Creator does not make mistakes. Nor did you before you incarnated. You may continue to develop and learn and grow. Everything is available to you. But focus on mastering your natural gifts first as that is what has been hand chosen for you. Be grateful. Be always grateful.”
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