by Marjorie Young
Though delighting in my psychic gifts, they come, as do all good things, with a down side; mainly when clients, or more surprisingly, friends, assume my lightest utterance may carry a cryptic or foreboding portent. I privately refer to this as the ‘Wizard of Oz’ syndrome.
Those close to me are well-aware that I am able to largely ‘turn on’ and ‘turn off’ my clairvoyance at will, though this required years of practice. Previous to that, I had been constantly inundated with unwanted ‘data’ regarding whoever happened to be around me at the time. Nowadays, during a consultation, I connect with the unnamed ‘source’ of information, and afterwards, successfully tune it out. Moreover, I never do sessions for those I know well, since I’d lack the necessary detachment to interpret whatever ‘tidings’ I receive with clarity.