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Published November 24, 2013

The Sin Of Being Psychic: Spiritual Insights From A Psychic Christian

Many people have a misconception about psychics: Fakes, charlatans, or witchcraft practitioners. I’m going to go out on a limb here and come out of the closet with some of my own insights in the matter.

These perceptions are false, at least in my experience. True, some people claiming to be psychic may be fake or try to scam you to make a quick buck. However, every psychic I know personally, including myself, are genuine and considerate And frankly, I’m tired of society putting all “Psychics” into one category!

The term psychic is over rated and misused quite a bit. Everyone that walks on this earth has some type of psychic ability whether they choose to recognize it or not. My kids like to jokingly tell their friends that I’m psychic. Kidding aside, I do take it as a compliment, because my children have witnessed the counsel I give others and my empathic ability to know what kind of trouble they are in before they have a chance to tell me. I constantly have to tell their friends that I’m not psychic, I’m just the messenger.

“More than anything else, this new century demands new thinking; We must change our materially based analyses of the world around us to include broader, more multidimensional perspectives.” Albert Einstein

I don’t claim to know the future and what the meaning of life is by means of staring into a crystal ball. Most psychics I know don’t make those claims either. But I do have spiritual gifts that allow me to “tune in” to other people’s energies. The information download I get from their energy gives me the ability to counsel others with their current situation. To the best of my ability, I try to translate the energy I am feeling into words of what spirit wants me to relay to them.

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The Holy Spirit is the messenger that is channeled through our physical bodies to relay the message.


The message will hopefully guide them to a better understanding of what their “soul purpose” is or to resolve issues from other lifetimes. I don’t like to call myself psychic, but I’m very intuitive and in tune with my own spiritual gifts. I sometimes refer to it as my inner GPS.

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Everyone in my circle of “psychic” friends are Christian and they love God, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The problem is that society and even our fellow Christians make us feel like misfits. Christianity has taught us that these gifts are wrong and evil. We don’t fit in to traditional church congregations so most of us don’t go to church because of that. But we still worship God, love Jesus, and the term “spirit” we are referring to is the Holy Spirit.

“For I know nothing by myself; yet am I not hereby justified: but he that judgeth me is the Lord.” 1 Corinthians 4:4

The Holy Spirit is the messenger that is channeled through our physical bodies to relay the message. And those of us that do go to church, hide our gifts and don’t talk about it to others in the church congregation for fear of being labeled an outcast–or even excommunicated!

Can you believe it? Christians judging others that don’t fit into their mold of how they think others should worship. Amazing isn’t it? Unfortunately, society seems to need labels.

It’s a good thing for us “psychic misfits” that God does not need labels to know who we truly are and what is truly in our hearts. People get lost in labeling by trying to fit into something others can not recognize or be comfortable with. It’s taken me a long time to be at peace with my spiritual gifts and the relationship I have with God.

I don’t question God anymore as to why I have these gifts, I just accept them and try to use the gifts I have been blessed with that is pleasing to Him. People’s misconceptions about these type of psychic abilities don’t bother me anymore.

Instead of judging me for my so called sinful gifts, people need to focus on their own spirituality. Are they walking true and living in a honest way? Is the path they are on right for them? Because in the end, these are the only things that matter. To know yourself and live in a righteous manner, being true to your deepest self, is all that matters in your own relationship with God. It’s definitely something that is missing in modern society today. There is too much focus on the material world and not enough focus on the spiritual plane.

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  • Hope Thompson


  • Trying to educate the world one SLICE OF HISTORY at a time! Hope Thompson is a freelance journalist focused on hidden history, Southern & Appalachian folklife, and Native American culture. She is a native of North Carolina and has been writing for this space for four years. She currently works in state government finance and owns a graphic design business. All my articles.

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