Maybe. But, let’s explore why. Professional psychic mediums have to be prepared to deal with all sorts of situations that may arise stemming from their career path. Sometimes their belief systems are attacked by people who do not take the time to truly understand why they do what they do. This may come from people they hold close, such as family, friends and even significant others. Truth be told, this is only the tip of the iceberg. Ultimately, the best psychics are usually the ones that are distant from people and may even be viewed as “antisocial” or “introverts.”
“What Are Your Weaknesses?”
Do you recall ever being asked this question by the hiring manager during a job interview? The basic strategy was to turn your weakness into a strength by responding with statements such as, “I am a perfectionist,” or “I tend to not stop working.” This is indeed a similar case with a psychic or medium because a common theme is that they feel entirely way too much. Is that a benefit or a disadvantage? The answer to that lies in the eyes of the beholder but the gift definitely comes with its fair share of consequences.
Psychic Mediums Are Soooo “Touchy Feely”
Ever since their youth, most psychics have had a heightened state of awareness about their environment and the people in it. Most come to terms with this awareness and classify it as a blessing. However, in many cases it can also be a curse as it causes them to over empathize with those around them. In other words, the tendency of being in tune with people’s feelings leads many psychics to becoming overly invested emotionally. On the flip side, it’s great for navigating the complex array of their client’s mental faculties in order to weed out the blockages and find viable solutions. It’s what makes them who they are and psychics would not have any success commercially if this wasn’t the case.
Finding That Balance Is Continually a Challenge
Somewhere down the line, many psychics choose to use their gifts as a way to support themselves financially. This requires them to get out in the open, talk with people and dive head first into the vast ocean of emotions. Most of them quickly come to the realization that they need an efficient way to manage all of this diverse energy. Psychics can then find themselves dedicating a big chunk of their lives to solitary confinement. The alone time is needed to center themselves and get in touch with their own emotions while effectively differentiating between personal and external energies. This is why many of the most proficient mediums in our psychic directory may appear a little standoffish or distant from people. It in no way means that they do not love and care for others, but rather that they recognize what they must do to balance their own frame of mind.
Like Anything, Psychics Improve Over Time
Just because psychics may have the inclination to isolate themselves does not mean that they all operate in this fashion. It’s completely up to the person and varies by the individual. The more that they take time to optimize their sensitivity levels, the more effective they become at not letting others emotions impact them so deeply.