Is psychic addiction real? Is it possible to become so dependent on psychic readings and advice that you actually become “addicted”? And what can you do if you start to feel like you genuinely have a problem? In this article we are going to take a quick and insightful look at psychic addiction, and whether some people become so enamored with readings that they lose perspective AND power to help themselves instead. Curious to know more about this controversial area? Continue reading as we take a closer look below!
What is psychic addiction anyway?
Honestly? It depends on who you ask. Many people consult with spiritual advisors and psychic intuitives on a regular basis to make important life choices. This includes famous people, celebrities, politicians and even royalty and presidents alike. But some people become so dependent on having other people help them make these choices, that they become unable to help themselves without it. And when this happens…the shift is made from seeking psychic, or spiritual guidance, to instead….using this information and insight as a crutch.
But this is ALSO true…
Enjoying regular psychic sessions and guidance doesn’t mean you have a problem. On the contrary….I personally enjoy seeking out the advice of my most trusted intuitive advisors on a regular basis, and feel like my life is much improved by having them available. But I’m able to make important decisions on my own…and see psychic input and advice as IMPORTANT, but not the only factor or consideration when choosing what to do with my life, or a particular set of circumstances.
If you feel like you are becoming “hooked” on psychic advice?
Try to back away. Start to rely on your OWN internal intuition to make some choices, and measure how well (or poorly!) you do. Mediate on what you want to accomplish in life, and understand that you have a purpose, plan and a true reason for being here. A psychic can certainly help illuminate that for you and help you find it FAR faster, but in the end, self reliance is key! (both spiritually…and practically, for day to day life as well!)