Hi beautiful souls,
If you’re wondering what I’ve been up to lately, you’re about to find out! About 3 years ago, I wrestled with why I had these “crazy” abilities and what to do with them. After all, I’m all about practicality and who wants to feel like a freak? I told God that I didn’t want my abilities. That’s right! I prayed for God to take them away… but the abilities grew stronger. *Cue exasperated sigh here.*
So, I prayed that God would allow me to help others by using my abilities. When we give God the go ahead to use our unique gifting, He will show up. I’ve been blessed to help others on their journey and recently, by volunteering as a psychic detective. If your curious what life is a like as a psychic detective, scroll further.
What is it like being a volunteer psychic detective?
When you think of psychic detectives you might think of Alison DuBois from the TV series Medium but the reality of what we do isn’t as fanciful as that. Depending upon what police department we are working with, the routine is slightly different. I’m currently working on multiple cases with a police department long distance so there are no on-the-scene dramas of searching for bodies or evidence with the police. When helping with long distance cold cases, psychics sometimes uses pictures from the crime scenes or pictures of the victim’s remains. If a psychic detective is lucky enough to accompany the police on-scene, then he can use physical items from the crime scene or tap into the energy of the actual location to draw information. Some psychics use mediumship to communicate with deceased victims.
When do the police use psychic detectives?
In short, when they are desperate. Police departments usually use psychic detectives when they have exhausted all their leads and the case has been filed as “cold.” There are two main reasons for this. One is that most police departments don’t have the time or resources to devote to chasing psychics around on every case that comes through their doors when their detective skills can solve most cases without the use of a psychic. The second reason for police departments waiting to work with psychics until a case is cold is because they don’t have anything else to go on and the psychic might have clues they can draw on to search for leads. Police departments do not solely base leads and theories on a psychic detective’s information.
What is it like to work with the police on cases?
Psychic detectives are not detectives which means they are not trained as a normal police detective and are not allowed access to information the police are privy to. The police match a psychic’s information against evidence and reports that already exist for a case. They look for hard evidence. They want license plate numbers, the description and names of the assailants, and in some cases, the identity of victims. For example, when I provided information I could not have otherwise known, a police department provided more evidence for me to further a lead. Psychics must prove themselves to detectives by letting the information they convey speak for itself. Detectives follow up with leads from psychics the way they would follow leads from any source. I don’t think they are given preferential treatment. In my experience, police departments are courteous, respectful, and willing to work with psychics in hopes of solving cold cases. Some do express belief in what psychic detectives do (as I’ve witnessed first hand) while others remain neutral.
Do police pay psychic detectives?
I’ve never heard of police departments paying psychic detectives probably because psychics are generally used as a last resort which means finding funds for such endeavors is difficult. I don’t accept pay for volunteering because I simply want to help in any way I can.
How do the police contact psychic detectives for cases?
Sometimes police might contact psychics. Other times sources refer the police to psychics and psychics volunteer what information comes to them on a case. Once rapport is established, communication is much easier.
What are “psychic detective ethics”?
An example of what I consider psychic detective ethics is not discussing cases in detail with anyone outside the case itself. For example, I don’t discuss details of cases with family or friends. If I’m unsure of information because it doesn’t make sense when it comes to me, I state that and let the police investigate it from there. There have been instances when statements I made did not make sense to me and I later found out from detectives why and it made perfect sense in the end. I relay what I see, know, feel, and experience and explain it as best I can. Another ethic of mine is that each life is valuable. I try not to judge victims or label assailants with stereotypes because that isn’t up to me. And finally, I briefly explain to detectives how my gifts work. Every psychic’s gifts work differently, and I’ve found that once detectives understand my gifts and how they work, they are willing to do what they can to help me tap into the information they need. This makes efforts on both ends flow smoothly.
That’s all for today, lovelies. I want to challenege you to use your unique God-given gifts in a way only you can! Live life as your authentic self and life will open to you.
Love and blessings,
WHAT I DO
I help emerging intuitives manage and understand their new-found skills with spiritual well-being classes and practical tips (because even we “super humans” need extra care). I believe our gifts are GOD-given and we should not be ashamed of them.
My gifts transpired in childhood but I was encouraged to repress them until my late twenties when– finally– circumstances forced me to confront them. Being raised in a family where gifts were normal yet misunderstood, feared, and a stigma meant that although my abilities were innate, I would be labelled an evil taboo and at best, ostracized.
I’VE BEEN WHERE YOU ARE. Learning to handle my heightened skills on my own was overwhelming. This experience led me to teach empath coping mechanisms, awakening signs, and my memories of life before birth. I love inspiring others to grow in their abilities because being intuitive is a blessing, not a curse. If this describes you, take delight in how God created you and join us!
If you would like an intuitive reading, long distance or in person, contact me and I’ll be glad to help you. If you’re one inquisitive cat, find out more about what I offer here.