Reading someone else’s energy can be helpful or intrusive. To navigate this particular subject I am going to explore some circumstances where someone else other than the client will turn up in a reading. Here are some examples I have experienced over the years.
Heart connections. When someone is spiritually connected through their hearts the significant other people in their lives are accessible, and only the message the client is meant to receive. This is always a beautiful way to pass on comfort and bring peace to relationships. We always worry about our loved ones. This is a great way to confirm the heart connection is strong and working both ways because the information will not come through without the soul permission of the other person.
No connections, no heart communication. I have had instances where I cannot give comfort around a relationship, no matter how strong it is, because there is no communication between the hearts. There are a couple of reasons for this. Either one or the other is in a healing cycle and they don’t have the extra energy to share, or there is an issue where they are holding something back from the other…they don’t want to share a hurt or secret. The client will often feel guilt that they have no extra energy to give others in their life. My job is to reassure them the connection is still strong and the introspection of either party is necessary for their personal growth. The connection is not lost, just latent and will cycle back when the healing is complete.
Reading someone without their permission is not ethical. I am not talking about random psychic messages that just turn up. I mean going into someones energy deliberately to sticky beak into their thoughts and just because you can doesn’t mean you should. I’ve tried it before, with disastrous results. I end up feeling run down, depleted and psychically confused.
When you receive an unsolicited psychic message about someone, what to do…
Sometimes the recipient is not interested and sometimes it is none of our business to run up to them with this unsolicited message. I’ve done it myself and I’ve had it done to me. I find it intrusive and unwelcome. Information of a sensitive nature creates a power imbalance and common sense is required when deciding what and to whom do you pass on to.
I’ve had information dreams about other people. I’ve had random messages about what has happened to someone else. The only experience I have not had is a unsolicited, precognitive message for another person. I get asked many times about what should be done with this message. My opinion is always this. If you trust the message and you know the person who the message is for is open to your delivery then go ahead and share. If the message is for someone you do not know very well then passing the message on will create fear. Be mindful where your ego is at play and that you are acting in everybody’s best interest.
And finally trust…trust that if that person is meant to get any message their guides will know the best course of action. It is not always your sole responsibility. Be kind to yourself and know that just because you see it does not make it your responsibility.