Psychic means to be in tune, to be aware and to be able to see, hear as in listen, feel or trust gut instincts.
Detective? Well, what's the difference? In essence not a lot. But our training defines us and our tools of listening and looking or seeing and the ability to ask questions with respect and authority is exactly the same. Only I talk to the dead and the detective talks to the living about the dead.
We are similar to private investigators and the law enforcement agencies. We all share the abilities to look at, listen to that, which most miss - the details - a watcher, individuals and groups that see. We then go back over the gathered information and filter it, chuck some of that information away and keep what is still questionable whilst further evolving the line of questioning. Holding onto the facts that are in their true state that is a part of the overall reality.
In my sessions over the span of 32 years, most of which has been spent in Hong Kong - working in this field, with international clients from around the world, I am asked to locate individuals, missing either for a long period of time or short, newly disappeared.
Then there are the murder cases, from desperate family members who have reached a full stop in the information and the research has dried up. Still looking for new information and leads for their missing loved ones. The first thing I do is sit in a session with the clients and this work requires psychic and mediumship work, and any other tools especially empath and psychometric skills.
Cases that I have worked on are confidential. So I can tell you how I work and what is required from me, and a loose outline of some of the work I have done - which includes animals that have gone missing. The most important aspect in these cases for me is kindness. It is beyond being a counsellor / a psychologist and requires extreme diplomatic skills - kindness in one word.
From the client's perspective it's about finding their loved ones, sister, brother or child. Getting more information for them - providing new leads to hand to the police or the other authorities that are involved which normally includes global detectives.
I work with detectives in collecting data and information for the police to follow up on. To do so I need to meet with the individuals and the families, if possible to go to their homes and the location where the missing person was last seen. But if needed, I can also do remote viewing either using psychometry; and empath skills using photographs of the missing subjects / loved ones.
I can once in tune with the clients move into a space where that person was, if you can imagine stepping into their energy; finding their spirit trail; and physical body imprint left in the location. All of us leave a trail and that's what I look for using my guides and the missing person's spirit angels and loved ones that have passed on into spirit.
Then the work starts and the communication from the living to the dead and back to the living. Working with law enforcement is a bridge and is hugely helpful, as our combined efforts and talents can really get results.
We work to bring the invisible to the visible, and justice when needed. Not all the cases can have closure, and some are left cold in the light of this reality but the information gathered brings a sense of connection to what they know - validation of their own instincts and that you are not alone.
There are people like myself on this planet who make the commitment to do and continue to help, and not give up until there's some peace and understanding. It is a process that is loaded with emotion, intelligence, healing and learning. In the end if I lost one of my loved ones and they disappeared I would not hesitate to seek the help of my friends that are practitioners who work with detectives.
Hope personally is not a word I like to use, in these cases hope is the word that keeps them going...and it would for me because I am a human being and I get that. My dilemma would be the information I would get since I am not detached.
Can I detach? "Yes i can “ even with my own loved ones - I put this down to the abilities I have and the work that I have done over the years. It's a role and a huge part of me, but not all of me. It's not a way of life or a life style - it's a calling, I have to do it .
I LOVE WHAT I DO , MY VOCATION and CALLING ,