When I look at the inspirational image, I think it can be very frustrating to not get the message out of this bottle. I also know getting the wrong message can be worse; even devastating.
When visiting a medium, make very sure the medium is reputable. There are always scams around. Make sure they can prove who they claim to be. If needed, ask for references. If you don’t feel comfortable setting up the appointment, rather cancel it.
If the medium is willing to receive payment before doing the session, red lights go on immediately for me. Why are they not willing to receive payment after a session? Do they doubt their abilities?
I had a case where a medium told the parents that they were bad parents; this was not the case at all. The medium also gave further wrong information that upset the clients.
Should the medium give information that contradicts what you know, it’s time for you to end the session. Don’t accept negative claims; mediums that are fake or can’t connect with souls tend to do this. When the medium tells you, “The soul is in a very dark place”, you should ask yourself, “Why would this be?” The soul in question agreed on things in this life; there is more info in the Master Plan.
I would suggest that, after a bad session, you decide if indeed that message was intended for you, or whether you want the message. Should you decide that the message was not for you, block it out of your mind and forget it. Returning to the inspirational image, I would suggest that some messages should stay in the bottle and never be opened. It’s like a polygraph test… if it’s inconclusive, ignore it.
Psychic Medium Neels Els