Six Reasons Why Light Workers Should Charge Fees

Six Reasons Why Light Workers Should Charge Fees

As a psychic medium I am in contact with many other mediums, energy healers, psychics and light workers. The argument of whether we should charge for our work repeatedly comes up. A common perception is that since our work is spiritual we should not charge fees. I argue that this is not a good reason as everything is spiritual. We are spiritual beings.

Whether we are focused on the spiritual aspect of our existence matters not. It is who we are. We each have a soul. Therefore every, accountant, lawyer, doctor, ice-cream scooper, artist, housekeeper, etc. is doing spiritual work for his or her own soul's growth. My work as a medium is no more spiritual than that of an accountant.  We cannot be separate from the spiritual. We are the spiritual. I clearly come down on the side of" it's ok to charge for our work". Here's why.

1. This Is My Livelihood

In the United States where I live, anyone who wants is entitled to obtain the necessary skills and education for whatever (legal) job he or she desires and earn a living doing it.  Anyone. It's one of the blessings of being an American.  I am free to explore my interests, talents and abilities. Because my work is deemed "spiritual" does this mean that I do not deserve to earn a living? Priests are supported by the diocese they serve.  Even the Dalai Lama is supported by his order.

2. If I did not charge for my psychic medium skills I would have to work at another job that would not leave time and energy for mediumship.

If I were only giving my work for free, I would still have to support my family. So I would need to find another job to pay the bills. This job would likely not serve other people to the best of my ability the way being a medium does. It also most likely would not feed my soul the way being a psychic medium does. Additionally, If I were working at another job it would divert my energy and time away from working as a medium and helping people through my mediumship. I simply could not help as many people.

3. We Train A Lot

Just as other people attend schools and training so do light workers. Most of us are continually seeking to improve our skills and abilities.  While we may start with a raw "gift", as do many people, we train to improve it. This training costs us money and time. We pay for the training ourselves and often spend many, many hours and thousands of dollars improving our natural talents. A concert pianist may have a wonderful natural, spiritual gift of playing the piano. She will also spend money and time developing her natural gift. Should that pianist not be compensated because her ability is "God-given" or "spiritual"?

4. Everyone has a gift.

All special abilities or "gifts" people have are spiritual in nature for us to use. The gift may be intelligence, athleticism, healing, sewing, baking cakes, throwing a baseball, painting, sculpting, counting money, etc. Many people work using their special gifts and skills. Should they not be compensated'? Should a doctor be required to live as a pauper simply because he's using his God-given gifts of healing and intelligence?

5. Each Light Worker needs to Choose What is Best

Ultimately, each medium, healer, psychic, reiki practitioner, etc needs to decide what works best for him or her.  Most importantly, he or she should refrain from judging what other light workers choose.  Some may have the luxury of working for free or on a donations basis only. Others need to earn an income.  I can't say whether you should or should not charge for your work or how much you should charge.  What you choose to do is up to you.

I have seen very many mediums disparaging other mediums for "charging too much". They feel that when a medium becomes famous they often start charging too much. It may seem like a lot of money to me but that isn't for me to judge. I don't have to pay for that medium's services if I don't want to.  If people are willing to pay the high prices then that is what the service is worth. Like it or not in a free market society such as ours,  a service (or anything) is worth what other people are wiling to pay for it - not more and not less.

6. It's an Energy Exchange

Lastly, when we as light workers perform our work there is an energy exchange involved. Even if we are channeling our healing or messages from a higher power there is an energy exchange involved. We are giving of ourselves and our energy to other people. If we do not receive energy back we will find ourselves depleted. We will grow increasingly unhappy and and feel like we are giving all the time and being taken advantage of. Nobody wants to end up as a bitter light worker.  Not charging may be fine for someone who does it as a hobby. That's his choice. It's not up to me to judge if someone charges or how much he charges.

7. Bonus Seventh Reason

People value what they pay for. When people put energy or money into something they value it. The perceived value of the item or service increases. Conversely, people often don't value what they are given for free.  This is a well known marketing concept and is the reason designers are able to charge a premium for their items such as shoes and handbags. They are deemed luxury items. Is the item really worth more? The raw materials used the make the items are probably top quality but so are many non-designer items. When they put the designer label on it suddenly the perceived value goes up. That’s not to say I think light workers should charge designer prices, but then again who am I to judge what you do?

I hope I've clarified some of the reasons it's OK to charge for you work as a light worker. May you discover your value and most importantly value yourself.

Blessings,

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium

April 3, 2018 Anchorage, Alaska

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A Medium’s Beliefs About Reincarnation

What are my beliefs about reincarnation?

I believe in reincarnation. But I have gone back an forth on that belief throughout my life. And I don't think reincarnation looks the way you might think it does.

As a child I believed in reincarnation.  It wasn't that I chose to believe in it; I just assumed that was how things worked. In grade school when I first heard of the concept of reincarnation, I thought to myself "Well of course we reincarnate." I was surprised that other people didn't know this.

I was not raised in a household with any strong spiritual beliefs. We did not attend church and my parents rarely if ever discussed spiritual matters.  If anything, my parents were very much "humanists" and didn't believe in any higher power or after life.

By the time I reached college and was studying for my degree in philosophy, I had landed squarely on the side of "Humanist". That is what you see is what you get. There is no higher power, life is an accident and logic rules the day.

For most of my life I just really didn't want to think about the possibility of life after death. If that theory turned out to be true then I would find out when I'm dead. If there was a God then I would find that out too. But for the time being the empirical, logical evidence just didn't support it. I was using my brain to think logically and critically and if there was a God then he gave me my brain and expected me to use it.

Yet, at the same time I was also always scared of the spirit world. Ghosts freaked me out. I was always telling myself the things I saw were " my eyes playing tricks on me"

How could I be both disbelieving and scared of the spirit world? That I held this dichotomy of belief never actually occurred to me. Maybe that's because I never wanted to admit I was afraid of the spirit world.

I currently believe in reincarnation. It just feels right to me.  I have read many books on different spiritual beliefs and have come to realize that probably nobody who is still in human form can really understand how it exactly works. It's one of the great mysteries of life. Everyone who writes about and teaches this stuff says different things.

Based on my experiences with the spirit world and on my studies I have formed some beliefs.

Yes I believe we live more than one life. In fact I believe we live very many lives often reincarnating in soul groups with other people we have known in the past. However, time as we know it does not exist in the spirit world. So what appears to us to be the past or the future really isn't . So maybe your next life will be in 1547. Or maybe all of our lives are actually taking place simultaneously in different dimensions. I believe we do this for our soul's growth. Each life is about learning something new.

There is a common analogy I find to be very good. You have a soul which is like a computer. Each life you live is like a computer program that plays on that computer.  So currently my soul is running the "Chloe Miguel" program. There is room for other programs to run at the same time. Programs can run a different times too.

So yes I believe we live many lives often incarnating with people from our same soul group in order for the growth of everyone's soul.

Blessings,

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium

March 28, 2018 Anchorage, Alaska

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What is the Difference Between a Psychic and a Medium

What is the Difference Between a Psychic and a Medium?

I received a really great question the other day about the difference between a psychic and a medium.

The main difference between a psychic and a medium is that a medium can communicate with the spirits of people who have crossed over to the other side. A psychic can not communicate with spirits.

What is a Psychic?

A psychic is someone who is sensitive to the energy fields of other people and can pick up information from them. They can theoretically see past, present and future in other people's energy fields or auric fields.  I say theoretically because it's not that black and white. Within the scope of the word "Psychic" are many, many levels of ability and ways to sense information. And psychics' abilities are all over the scale of accuracy.

Psychics get information in words, pictures, feelings, smells, tastes. Sometimes we just know something and don't necessarily know how we know it.

What is a Medium?

A medium is a psychic who has all the above mentioned ability but can also get that information from those in spirit. So as a medium I can connect telepathically and get information to pass along to the sitter I am reading for.

Are All Psychics Mediums?

No they are not. However, all mediums are psychic. In order to be a medium you must be psychic.  Mediums receive information telepathically from spirit and therefore are all psychic. But not all psychics are mediums.

Mediumistic work and psychic work operate on two different frequencies yet they are related. They are two different vibrational levels and feel a little different.

Medium and psychic can be hard to tell apart and even experienced mediums can struggle with telling the difference. When a medium is giving a reading it can be very easy to slip into the psychic and give psychic information without knowing you are now working on the psychic level and not the mediumistic level.

Mediumship Came First For Me

In my case I didn't actually know I was psychic until my mediumship developed spontaneously and much to my surprise. I had wanted to develop psychically and was reading books on psychic development when spirits started appearing in my sessions with my massage clients.

In fact, I didn't actually want to develop as a medium at all. It scared me. When I would be reading a book on psychic development, I would quit when I came to the chapters on mediumship.

Even after it was obvious I had ability as a medium I didn't feel like I had any psychic ability.  I started paying attention to it and realized that I do have it. I still take continuing education classes on developing both my psychic and mediumistic abilites. Working one helps the other.

So in a nutshell "All mediums are psychic but not all psychics are mediums".

Oh one other thing, I have noticed many readers calling themselves psychic mediums when they are not mediums at all. Unfortunately this field is filled with people who have abilities and little understanding of it.

Love,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
March 7, 2018 Anchorage, Alaska
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Why I Had to Get a New Domain Name

New Domain Name

I have moved my business website from www.whispersfromheaven.net to my new domain name www.chloemiguel.com.

A couple months ago Facebook started blocking all links from Facebook to my external business website.  This meant that I could not post any links to my website on my Facebook business page.

They removed all existing links to all my blog posts.  If you tried to click on any of my existing links on my page you were taken to a Facebook page that informed you my site was potentially dangerous.

As you can imagine this killed my website traffic!

In order to get Facebook to unblock my links, I hired Social Klicker  to make sure my website’s security certificate was all in good order. But Facebook still blocked my website.

So I bought a new domain name and hired Formal Site to move my site to a new domain.

HOORAY!

This worked! So now here I am at https://www.chloemiguel.com.

Peace,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
March 5, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

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Can a Psychic Predict the Future?

You Create Your Own Future

Can a psychic predict the future? I believe you create your own future.

As a psychic medium, naturally I get a lot of questions about the future. People ask me about their relationships and their careers and all kinds of things.  People even ask me if they are going to win at bingo.

Everybody wants a prediction but I’m not totally comfortable with giving them.

I used to think it was because I am just not that good at it.  But I have since learned differently.

People mistakenly believe that being psychic is telling the future.  No, it’s not.  That’s fortune telling and is not what I do.

Can a Psychic Predict the Future?

I actually don’t believe any psychic can truly predict the future.  There I said it. Many psychics will disagree with me. But that’s my belief and I’m sticking to it. I have been to very good, very well known and very expensive psychics whose predictions for me did not come true. I have even had those same psychics tell me that because they saw those things they were already manifesting and I could not stop them.  Baloney!

You see, the future is fluid. It hasn’t happened yet. Anything can change at any time. Every single one of us has free will. Everyone. Even our loved ones in spirit have free will –  which is exactly why I can’t guarantee that I can connect with any spirit you want.

At any given moment endless opportunities and paths lay before us. We can choose whichever one we want to take. Therefore we create our future.

When a psychic predicts your future he or she is looking down just one path of myriad paths that you could take.  The psychic looks at the current energy around you and based on what is currently going on can see the likely outcome if nothing changes.

But just by visiting the psychic and receiving the prediction you have changed things.  Now you may change your choices based on what the psychic has said.

Additionally since we all have free will, if anyone else is involved in your prediction the outcome is even less certain. Each person you add to the situation complicates it.  Again the psychic can tell you the likely outcome based on the current energy but the current energy can change and other people can change their minds.

Should Psychics Predict the Future?

I believe the best way to use psychic information is to help you make more informed decisions. Or use it to help you achieve the outcome you want.

What I mean is rather than asking something like “When will I get more money”? Or “Will my ex come back to me?” The best sort of question would be about what you can do to achieve what you want.  That is asking something like “What do I need to do to earn more income?” or “How can I find someone and have a meaningful, loving relationship with him?”.

Unfortunately, many people don’t want that.  They would prefer to give all their power to other people and just want to know when the ex is coming back or if he still loves her or when the money is coming in.

Future Predictions Rob You of Free Will

Another point about giving future predictions is that it robs you of your free will.  What I mean is that if a psychic tells you your future you are likely to make choices based on what you believe your future outcome to be.

For example, let’s say you ask me if you will be meeting Mr. Right this year. I look into the situation and see that yes indeed it looks like you will be meeting someone in about 3 months. Since you know that you will be meeting Mr. Right in 3 months you don’t bother to go on any dates with anyone else until then.

But what if on one of those dates your date would have introduced you to Mr. Right? Or what if one of those dates would have been your next connection for your dream job? What if he would have shown you a cool new restaurant where you would hang out and make lots of friends? What if I was just wrong and one of those dates you refused WAS Mr. Right?

See how a psychic prediction could affect all areas of your life? You may think that you would not do anything differently based on a psychic prediction but you can’t help it. You have the information and it’s therefore part of your decision making.

So not only do I not believe any psychic can predict the future with total accuracy I don’t really think we should.

With Lots of Love,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
February 26, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

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Trusting Spirit

A Medium Must Trust Spirit

A medium must have absolute trust in spirit. I must know that the information coming to me is from spirit and I must trust what the spirit person is giving me. Trusting spirit is the most important part of being a medium

This is much easier said than done and I think it's the hardest part of being a medium.  I must trust the information even when the sitter (person I'm reading for)  is telling me 'no'.

Oh, this is so hard!

But  I frequently find that later the sitter will come back and tell me I was right.  The information given to me by the spirit person was correct. The sitter had simply forgotten or didn't know what I was talking about.  Sometimes the sitter will go and check with someone else who knew the deceased person and that person will verify the information.

I once had a spirit person telling me about a bear with a yellow ribbon around his neck.  The sitter had no idea what I was talking about.  She checked with her mother and she verified that the mother had a bear just like that when she was young.

When doing a reading I am often tempted to skip information because it seems trite, or because I think it couldn't be real, or because someone else just said the same thing. It is so easy to doubt myself and doubt what comes through.

That doubt will kill a reading faster than anything.  A medium must let her mind go and say whatever comes into it no matter how silly it seems.

Even when I am having objective experiences with spirit I have had trouble trusting.  I work very hard to overcome this difficulty.  I must be willing to blindly step into the void and trust that the spirit people will be there to catch me.

Each time I go live on Facebook to do readings I have to trust that people will show up who want readings and that spirit will be there. Then I have to trust the information that comes through.  That's a lot of trust!

I like to plan things

By nature I am someone who likes to plan things out.  I spend a great deal of time in my own head planning how conversations will go.  But I can't do this when working as a medium.  I can not plan ahead what I'm going to say.

The more readings I do the more I trust my experiences.  When a medium doesn't trust her experiences the spirit people don't want to use her as a medium to connect with their loved ones.  The spirit people think "Why would I use her? she won't trust what I'm telling her."

I absolutely love giving great evidence. Ironically, the only way to give great evidence is to let my mind go and  blindly trust in spirit and have no idea that what I am saying is true.

Thank you for reading my blog post. Until next time...

Love,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
Feb 22, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

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I Can’t Make Everyone Happy (So Why Try?)

A Suicide in My Family

I can't make everyone happy. So I won't even try.

Recently there was a suicide in my extended family. My aunt's husband took his own life.  I wrote two posts on suicide following this.

A Medium's Perspective on Suicide Part 1

A Medium's Perspective on Suicide Part 2

My family was shocked but this wasn't the first suicide in my family. About 12 years ago my Uncle John took his own life.  He was the brother of my same aunt who just lost her husband to suicide as well as my mother's brother.

So my poor aunt has lost a brother and now a husband to suicide.

My sister and I were the only members of our extended family who could fly to the east coast to be with our aunt immediately following the suicide.  My sister flew out east from Seattle on the night our aunt's husband died and stayed for a few days.  I flew out from Anchorage, Alaska one week after he died.

Flying from Anchorage, Alaska to the east coast of the United States is a very long trip. It is about the same distance as flying direct to London or Tokyo.  That's how far Alaska is from the rest of the Lower 48.

I left my family and husband and traveled 30 hours round-trip to spend a few days comforting my aunt.

The Email

Upon my return, as my plane landed in Anchorage and my cell service connected, I received an email. It was an ugly email from someone on the internet identifying herself only as "Angie"  complaining to me about using the phrase "committed suicide" .

Yes that's correct.  I was literally landing in Anchorage returning from a very long trip to comfort my grieving aunt who has suffered the loss of two close loved ones to suicide when I received this nasty-gram. As an aside, my aunt loved my previous blog posts and they gave her a great deal of comfort.

"Angie" angrily informed me that the term "committed suicide" is "outdated" and "offensive". This was the first time I'd heard this.

I certainly don't want to be offensive to an entire group of people.  I do believe in using politically correct language so as not to be offensive to other lifestyles, religions, genders, etc.

A Little Internet Searching

So I did a little searching on the internet.  I found a few articles stating that this term is offensive to those who have made this choice and their surviving loved ones. But I still wasn't clear why it was offensive.

I then looked up the definition of "commit". According to Merriam Webster commit means to carry into action deliberately: commit a crime, commit a sin.  I can see that the word "commit" has a connotation of negativity because of the examples used.

I looked up suicide. This means the act of taking one's own life voluntarily and intentionally. Alright.  So the term "commit suicide" means to carry out the act of taking one's own life.

Further searching brought me a number of very recent articles from many reputable news sources discussing death by suicide.  They ALL used the term "committed suicide".* ** ***

Major news outlets are typically politically correct.  They most definitely use the current and thus least offensive terminology for everything.  By the current standards of Reuters, the New York Times and the LA Times my language is not outdated or offensive.

I Can’t Make Everyone Happy

I understand that we need to be sensitive to other people.  But this feels a bit over the line to me. I can't make everyone happy and I will not be afraid to speak my truth because I might offend someone.  For Heaven's sake I'm a MEDIUM!  My very existence is offensive to a whole bunch of people - some of to whom I'm related.

If you don't like or want to use the term "committed suicide" then don't.  If you think other people should not use that term then by all means spread the word. But for the love of God be POLITE about it.

This person who contacted me about my terminology was not genuinely interested in enacting change. She just wanted to unload on me in an angry way from the safety of her computer.

Hiding behind the anonymity of the internet to bitch out someone who is doing her best to help others is not the way to enact change.

Everyone is entitled to their own thoughts and feelings and this is MY blog so I get to share mine. Those who are offended are obviously hurting because they lost someone. Losing someone to suicide is particularly traumatic.  I understand that. Blaming other people for your own hurt and anger and shame is not ok and doesn't make it go away.

I mulled this over and worried for several days.  I am by nature a "people-pleaser" and don't like to offend others.  As I was thinking about this both my uncle and my aunt's husband who committed suicide came through to me and told me they weren't offended in the least and that I should tell "Angie" to F%^$ off.

They were both the the wild and rash sort of person who would have done just that.  I am not. I decided not say anything directly to her but channeled my thoughts and feelings into this post instead.

If my loved ones in spirit who actually committed suicide are not offended by that term then I will not be offended either.

My Obligation is To the World of Spirit

As a medium I must always remember that my obligation is to the world of Spirit.  Everything I say will be offensive to someone.  I cannot please everyone. That's the nature of my work.  I provide healing and comfort to those left here.  The connections I make are most often a result of the spirits bringing people to me and not the other way around.

I am working for those in spirit. I give them a voice and let their loved ones know that love never dies. I am not working to appease the over-active egos of people still here.

Love,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel
Psychic Medium
February 13, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

 

*http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/la-et-entertainment-news-updates-2018-producer-jill-messick-committed-suicide-1518143800-htmlstory.html

**https://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-canada-death/iran-says-canadian-iranian-committed-suicide-in-jail-more-arrests-expected-idUSKBN1FV0Q7

***https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/01/world/americas/fidel-castros-eldest-son-commits-suicide-cuban-media-says.html

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A Medium’s Perspective on Suicide – Part 2

Waiting to Communicate

A rule of thumb for mediums is that when someone dies it's best to wait several months before attempting to communicate with him or her.

There are a few reasons for this. One school of thought is that the souls who cross over aren't immediately available for communication. They are in a sort of recovery time and life review.  I have not found this to be true and have connected with spirits shortly after crossing over.

Waiting is also advised is because the bereaved person still here needs time to work though his or her grief.  I agree with this reason - mostly. When a person has asked me for contact shortly after a loved one's death I have always asked them to wait a few months.

A Suicide In My Extended Family

If you read part one of this post then you know that my aunt's husband committed suicide recently.  It was five days ago, actually. He came to me within hours asking me to help him communicate with my aunt. I felt emotions were too high and she was in shock.  Additionally, I was shocked and emotional about it as well.

My aunt texted me after a couple days asking me to please let her know if I had heard anything from him.  I still wasn't ready. We waited a couple more days and I finally made the connection for her yesterday.

Even though it was only a few days after his death and not the requisite "several months" we had a good experience.  My aunt was able to verify some things she had suspected about her husband's reasons and what had happened. Our conversation eased her grief and her mind.

My aunt was very grateful for our conversation and that I was able to help her communicate with him. I didn't know him. I met him only once briefly. He was able to provide evidence that only she knew.

I am grateful for my gift. This experience solidified for me that this is how I am here to serve. Mediumship is my gift to help others with their grief.

Love,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
Jan 24, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

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A Medium’s Perspective On Suicide-Part 1

My guides have been urging me to write about suicide. So, I started this post a week ago but put it aside. I felt like this topic is too heavy and I'm not qualified to write about it.  When someone you love takes his or her own life it creates a special kind of hell for those left behind. While I can help people heal their grief through a connection with a loved one, suicide is particularly ugly.

Then my aunt's husband committed the ultimate act just yesterday taking his own life.

Oh my God a suicide in my extended family! It's not the first. I did not know him well, having met him only once.  Yet I am acutely aware of the trauma he is putting my aunt and his other loved ones through.  I'm also acutely aware that it did not solve his financial problems.  Those were merely transferred to my aunt for her to deal with.

Additionally, it did not solve his emotional problems.  I am aware that he feels he made a mistake.  But it's too late. He can't reverse his actions.  I'm aware that he wants to tell my aunt he's sorry.  But she can't hear him through her grief and emotional trauma. Mostly I am aware of a life un-lived... of opportunities missed... and roads not taken.

We Are All Doing The Best We Can

However, I believe that every single one of us is doing the best we can at any given time.  It's easy to look at this from the outside and make judgments  about what I perceive he should have done. But my mind, my experiences and my perspective are not his. He was not able to climb up out of that hole of despair and saw no other way out. I should be sending him the highest level of compassion and love.

Many of us have lost a loved one to suicide.  The impact it has on those left behind is deep and lasts forever.  Even if we weren't particularly close to the person who took his life we still think about it years later. As a psychic medium, I've seen grief in many forms and suicide is extremely traumatizing for those left behind.

The loss from suicide is particularly stinging because it makes us look at ourselves and see where we think we've failed our loved ones. We wonder what we could have done differently to help our loved ones more.  Many of us suffer a tremendous amount of guilt when someone we love takes his own life.

From a spiritual standpoint, suicide opens a lot of questions. We wonder if our loved one is safe on the other side.  After all, many religions teach that suicide is wrong and that people who commit suicide suffer for it on the other side. That's a real fear for many of us left here.  We hope and pray that our loved ones' souls aren't suffering eternal damnation.

Some religions teach that the souls of people who commit suicide are damned to wander the earth for eternity. Some teachings claim they must stay on earth for the remainder of the time they would have lived. I don't believe any of this is true.

So what does happen when someone commits suicide?

I believe everyone is welcomed into the light when we cross over regardless of how we pass. Everyone. It does not matter if a person dies naturally of old age or takes his own life, he or she is welcomed into the light. Going into the light is like coming home for our souls. I don't believe any soul is ever made to walk the earth for any length of time. Although some choose to but that is for another blog post.

Once our souls are on the other side we have a sort of "life review". In this review we  see the impact on others of our actions in life including the choice of suicide. The soul who committed suicide now experiences the pain his loved ones felt when he died.  He sees the trauma he left behind. When we cross over we can feel how the choices we made hurt others.  Alternatively, we can see how the kind things we did also made an impact on others. So, I believe we judge ourselves.

Because I am a psychic medium I have a very different view of life and death than I used to.  I have the vantage point of KNOWING that our souls go on after our bodies die. This knowledge has brought me a tremendous amount of relief. I wish all of you could feel as certain as I do that there is more to this life than just merely this physical existence.

Please understand I am not making light of suicide or of death in general. Life is precious - not to be wasted.

I send all my love and blessings out to those of you who suffer because you've lost someone to suicide.  May you find peace. I also send all my love and blessings out to those souls who have committed suicide. You did the best you could with what you have.

With Love,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
Jan 20, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

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Why is Evidence Important?

Evidence Demonstrates That You Are Communicating With Your Loved Ones

Mediumship is the ability to communicate with souls who have passed over to the other side. Evidential mediumhip is using that communication to gather evidence from the spirit to demonstrate with whom I am communicating.  Therefore, the evidence is of paramount importance to an evidential medium.

Anyone can tell you they are speaking with your grandmother and she loves you very much. But is that message really valuable if you don't even know for sure your grandmother is there?  The messages themselves usually are not all that evidential so the evidence I gather from the person in spririt is vitally important.

For example, isn't the message that your grandmother is with you and loves you much more meaningful if I've already told you specific details about your grandmother? If she first shares with me that she handed down her pearls to you, that she was religious and liked to hang the clothes outside on the line to dry instead of using the dryer or that she always had crystal dish of candy on the coffee table then her message is much more meaningful. You will then KNOW that your grandmother is with you.*

Specific Evidence Proves the Continuity of Life**

The whole purpose of evidential mediumship is to prove the continuity of life.  Now I realize that I can't prove anything to you the way physical science can prove the earth is round. But I can provide overwhelming evidence from your loved one in spirit that his or her soul has survived.

The spirits give me very specific evidence.  They will tell me things like what brand of aftershave they used or what kind of cigarettes they smoked.  The spirit people tell me their hobbies, their likes and dislikes.  They tell me what their personality was like, how they dressed and if they were religious.  Evidential mediumship is all about the evidence.

The Messages Are Secondary

The messages are often secondary. This is because the most important message is the delivery of evidence.  The evidence tells you that your loved one has survived - t hat there is no real death. It tells you that the bonds of love you have with your loved ones are still there and that your loved one is still with you.  It also tells you that your soul too will go on after you pass from the earth plane. Without first demonstrating good evidence from your loved one in spirit the message is meaningless.

I have a good friend who has lost a number of people very close to her.  She never saw the value in evidence until she got a bad reading.  It just didn't seem important to her.

Recently she was chatting with a "medium" she met on Facebook.  He did a reading for her but delivered an unsettling message.  My friend came to me right away upset about the reading.  We talked about it and when we looked back over what this "medium" had said we realized that actually he had delivered very little evidence that he was speaking with her loved ones.  She had wanted so badly to get the message that she overlooked the lack of evidence.

A message without evidence is not only meaningless but actually be damaging. The unsettling message this "medium" claimed to deliver from my friend's loved ones wasn't from them at all and caused her a lot of stress and anxiety.

Evidence is Healing

When you speak with a psychic medium and receive evidence that your loved one is with you it's very healing.  Coming away from the session knowing your loved one has survived provides great comfort.  But you can only get that healing when you KNOW from the demonstration of great evidence that your loved one is with you. This is why I am always working to improve my skills.  The better the evidence I can receive from your loved ones the better a reading you will have.

Blessings,
Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
Jan 17, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

 

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*All evidence cited in this article is from actual readings I have done.

**Using evidence to prove the continuity of life is a tenet of the religious doctrine of Spritualism.

 

 

Providing Evidence That Your Loved Ones Are With You

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