Everyone faces times of troubles, like anyone, you would definitely look forward to times when things will get better. To help cope and get by, lot of people have turned to the spiritual and psychic worlds, especially when being pragmatic and practical no longer alleviates their day-to-day anxieties. It’s no wonder that some of the people have started visiting psychics in order to know if the future does indeed hold better things.
However, a new idea has come up – psychics are no longer there to be mediums to talk to dead loved ones or foreseers of the future. Psychics are also therapists who help solve everyday problems by listening to the issues and offering advice by looking into the future and seeing what might happen if a person would do things in a different way. It’s certainly a novel idea, but are psychics truly the new therapists?
Should you visit a psychic instead of a therapist?
This idea may be faced with skepticism and mistrust, since there are a lot of people who see psychics as “frauds” or “fortune-tellers.” However, there are also those who have previously visited psychics and agree that many of today’s intuitives go beyond the stereotype of telling fortunes, shuffling cards and talking to spirits. They actually act as therapists by going beyond the general scope of life (relationships, career, money, life in general) and they actually address the issues by seeking out the root of the problem. They often provide more insight on why the person acts the way he or she does by digging deep in the past, and how they can use this past grief and create an action plan that would bring a person into a better purpose-driven life.
It is often a psychic who listens into the person’s deepest fears, problems and concerns about the future. It is also them who look for ways to alleviate such fears and problems, and offer resources to help a client reach emotional, psychological and spiritual healing. However, it shouldn’t be said that psychics should start replacing therapists – there are still major differences in terms of healing and issue-spotting between a psychic and a professionally-trained therapist.
If you’re dealing with issues that are deep-seated and heavy, such as drug addiction or eating problems, then it’s better to unload to a therapist rather than a psychic. A therapist is well-trained to deal with such problems and they are well-equipped in helping you heal and look for ways to change traits and habits that you have already formed since childhood. If you’re looking for a quick validation and reassurance that everything’s going to be just fine, a visit to psychic will suffice.