Wisdom Magazine's Monthly Webzine Skip Navigation Links
Wisdom Magazine is also one of the country's largest free holistic publications with 150,000 copies printed bi-monthly in three regional print editions. Wisdom is dedicated to opening people's hearts and minds to the philosophies, products and services of the new millennium.
Home  About  This Month's Articles  Calendar of Events  Classified Listings  Holistic Resource Directory
 Educational Programs  Sacred Journeys & Retreats  Reiki Healing
 Article Archives  What's New in Books, CD's & DVD's  Wisdom Marketplace
 Where to Find Wisdom Near You  Subscriptions  Web Partner Links
 Advertising Information  Contact Us
Denali Institute of Northern Traditions
Miriam Smith
Margaret Ann Lembo
Edgar Cayce Past Life Regression
Laura Norman Reflexology
Vibes Up
Light Healing
Sacred Journeys Retreats
Alternatives For Healing

Diaries of a Reluctant Psychic

by Phyllis King

As my mother's mouth moved to utter the words "women can't be ministers" I felt a dagger rush into my heart. I was wounded in a way that changed my view of life forever. At 15 one is quite impressionable. One expects encouragement from a role model. It doesn't really matter anymore. I am a minister. All things happen in their own time.

The information my mother shared with me was important. In many ways it was a gift. Now, I understand that all conflicts in our relationships are those we have chosen to participate in for the benefit of our own growth and healing. Had that wound never occurred, the opportunity for me to distance myself from the toxicity of that situation would have certainly been delayed. My growth and progress escalated in part because of this experience.

Most of my life, as a psychic, has been a combination of two lifestyles. One, hiding my psychic ability. Two, embracing my psychic ability. I have often hidden because of two types of attention I receive. One, I live in a world where at any given moment I can find any number of people who will tell me I am full of crap, a fraud, or crazy. For those trying to be generous, I am simply misguided. Secondly, I have those who want to befriend me or devote themselves to me as if I am guru. They expect me to know everything about everything, because I do have some extra sensory perception that exceeds their own. They are looking for magic.

What is one to do when they see dead people, auras, and have out of body experiences when they are wide awake? What would you do? How would you handle that information? These are the questions I have lived with my entire life, and have learned to strike a balance with for three decades. It has only been in the last few years that I have finally embraced who I am, without fear of outside criticism, or relentless fanatics. Part of it is the old saying, "where ever you are, there you go." I came to a point in my life where I simply couldn't avoid it any longer. A defining moment came in my life when I realized that although I had been CEO, a Marketing Director, and a Human Resource Manager, the only thing that made me feel like me, and as if I was truly making a contribution, was my psychic work.

I realized that if something is who you are, it simply is who you are, no matter how many people tell you it isn't possible. A belief in self regardless of external feedback is clearly key to growth. Amazingly, the moment I embraced the who I am unconditionally, doors opened effortlessly and opportunities flowed. I felt happier than I had in a very long time. In short order I forgot everything about the external experience of being psychic, and just began to live the spiritual beauty of having an awareness that is slightly elevated all the time. I began to see a definitive increase in my intuition, and my ability to help others. I began to experience more joy in my life. Success always seemed to elude me. Now I see it everywhere.

As I reflect on my years as a reluctant psychic, I wonder what took me so long to get here.

As a psychic, I know that all things come in their own time, and when the time is right. I am no different than all the people I read. I'm just blessed to have a job that deals in the intangible and spiritual truth of life. Here's to life, to self, to embracing the truth of who you are no matter who tells you you're crazy!

Phyllis King is called the Common Sense Psychic because she gives practical and down to earth advice. She hosts a weekly radio show entitled The Common Sense Psychic on www.TALKZONE.com. She just released her second book, A Psychic Perspective, 10 Steps to More Love, Wealth and Personal Happiness. Phyllis regularly hosts workshops on Manifesting and Past Life regression. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband two children.

Phyllis@phyllisking.net - 925-556-3323

Add Comment

Article Archives  This Month's Articles  Click Here for more articles by Phyllis King
Business Opportunity
Light Healing
Miriam Smith
Kiros Book
Alternatives For Healing
Edgar Cayce Animal Communication
Laura Norman Reflexology
Denali Institute
Margaret Ann Lembo

Call Us Toll Free: 888-577-8091 or  |  Email Us  | About Us  | Privacy Policy  | Site Map  | © 2016 Wisdom Magazine