Spiritual Wisdom

Spiritual Wisdom: Wayne Dyer, Sadhguru, Neale Donald Walsch

There is a growing awareness of the importance of reestablishing a connection with one’s spiritual self in today’s society, which is preoccupied with materialism and the quest for external achievement. Wayne Dyer’s, Sadhguru’s, and Neale Donald Walsch’s teachings provide profound insights into shifting our focus from material needs to spiritual development.

These teachings also guide how to achieve this transition. In this investigation, we will dig deeper into their sage advice and find practical ways to think more spiritually and live a more satisfying life.

Embracing the Power of Intention with Wayne Dyer

According to acclaimed self-help author and motivational speaker Wayne Dyer, our beliefs influence our reality. He underlined the value of developing an intention-driven lifestyle to escape materialism’s constraints. The basic tenet of Dyer’s teachings was that we are spiritual beings enjoying a human experience, not our goods or accomplishments.

1. Strengthening the Influence of Intention

Dyer advised people to make distinct goals for their lives. He held the opinion that our intentions drive our actions and results. We can influence our lives meaningfully by uplifting and having spiritually centered intentions. These goals influence our choices and relationships, whether to be more kind, loving, or peaceful.

2. Releasing Attachment

The value of distancing oneself from tangible things and results was one of Dyer’s main lessons. He exhorted individuals to let go of their attachment to material possessions and need for approval from others. According to Dyer, when we let go of the need for acceptance and put our attention on our inner journey, we experience true happiness.

3. Accepting the Present Moment

One of Wayne Dyer’s core principles was always being in the moment. He underlined that obsessively thinking about the past or the future could prevent us from growing spiritually.

We can live more fully and honestly if we are present in each moment. We can better appreciate the spiritual parts of life when we are mindful.

4. Realization of Oneself and Authenticity

Wayne Dyer highlighted the significance of self-realization and sincerity to genuinely transition from materialism to spirituality. This process includes developing a deeper awareness of oneself, acknowledging one’s passions and purpose, and ensuring that one’s activities align with one’s true self. Living truthfully gives people a great sense of fulfillment that goes beyond monetary aspirations.

Inner Engineering for Spiritual Growth with Sadhguru

Yoga master, mystic, and spiritual teacher Sadhguru strongly emphasizes the value of internal change to achieve enlightenment. His teachings direct people toward developing their inner strength and discovering spiritual fulfillment in all facets of life.

1. Internal Engineering

Sadhguru’s “inner engineering” primary idea is to comprehend and control life’s inner aspects. He exhorts people to use meditation and self-awareness techniques to delve deeper into their consciousness. By doing this, we can uncover our inner selves and overcome the limitations of materialism, which frequently prevent us from moving forward.

2. Being present and mindful

The value of being present in each moment is something that Sadhguru emphasizes. He reminds us that genuine fulfillment can only be achieved in the present moment in a world dominated by diversions and the never-ending desire for more. We can have a strong sense of spiritual connectedness by engaging in mindfulness practices and being fully present in all we do.

3. Linking up with nature

Sadhguru advises individuals to nurture their spiritual selves by reconnecting with nature. Spending time in a peaceful park or outdoors can help people become more tuned into the natural world’s rhythms. This relationship with nature can inspire awe and amazement, bringing to mind the spiritual side of life.

4. Looking for Direction and Inner Silence

To ease the transition from consumerism to spirituality, Sadhguru advocates obtaining advice from gurus and spiritual masters. He also stresses the value of solitude and contemplation. Gaining insight into one’s spiritual journey and life purpose can be facilitated by setting aside time for inner solitude through meditation and self-reflection.

Neale Donald Walsch: Conversations with the Divine

Neale Donald Walsch, best known for his “Conversations with God” books, presents a distinctive viewpoint on spirituality that challenges us to reevaluate our interaction with the divine. He contends that having a personal and open conversation with the divine is what spirituality is all about, not following strict beliefs.

1. Acknowledging Your Divinity

The primary tenet of Walsch’s teachings is that we are all divine creatures who may communicate with the divine through our thoughts and aspirations. We can change our attention from materialism to spiritual development and understanding by realizing our divinity.

2. Genuine Dialogs with the Divine

Walsch exhorts people to have genuine conversations with the divine. This is about opening your heart and mind to a greater force, whatever may be for you; it doesn’t require any particular religious framework. You can connect strongly with the spiritual world through prayer, meditation, or reflection.

3. Rethinking Success and Fulfillment

Walsch questions accepted ideas of fulfillment and achievement. He challenges people to reevaluate what is important in life. He advocates gauging success by the depth of one’s inner calm, contentment, and feeling of purpose rather than only looking at financial belongings or outward achievements.

4. Being True to Yourself

Walsch’s teachings are based on the idea of living truthfully. It entails being authentic, accepting one’s individuality, and coordinating one’s behaviors with one’s core principles. Living truly allows people to escape the shallow aspirations of consumerism and live a more meaningful and rewarding life on a spiritual level.

How to Think Spiritually and Less Materially

After studying Wayne Dyer, Sadhguru, and Neale Donald Walsch, let’s consider how to change from materialism to spirituality:

  • Wayne Dyer advises setting distinct life goals. Think about who you want to be and what you value. To live more spiritually, follow these aims.
  • Apply Sadhguru’s inner engineering principles daily. Meditation and self-reflection help you understand yourself. Thus, you might discover your actual desires beyond worldly possessions.
  • Sadhguru advises everyday awareness. Be present while eating, working, or with family. Being mindful will help you appreciate life’s spirituality.
  • Neale Donald Walsch advises Exploring your spirituality without dogma and letting your inner dialogue with the divine guide you.
  • Wayne Dyer advises detaching from material goods. Understand that your worth is not in your possessions or accomplishments. Focus on inner traits that bring happiness and fulfillment.

Bottom Line

Wayne Dyer, Sadhguru, and Neale Donald Walsch can help people think spiritually and less materially. Set intentions, practice inner engineering, cultivate awareness, have true interactions with the divine, and let go of attachment to alter your spiritual life.

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Religion and Spirituality

Can Religion and Spirituality Work Together?

Religion and Spirituality:

A common impression nowadays is that following a certain religion involves merely having faith in its claims, affirming its beliefs, adhering to its teachings or dogma, performing its prescribed rituals, and participating in its ceremonies and celebrations. Most people have become detached or divorced from the more personal, experiential, or spiritual dimension of religion. People’s connection with their souls and God and the embodiment of many moral virtues were largely weakened until the current spiritual reawakening.

Spirituality is concerned with more interpersonal and universal qualities, such as forgiveness, compassion, and love. It immerses us in our natural harmony, interconnectedness, and wholeness. Religion without spirituality is focused exclusively on material or practical aspects of life, especially rules, laws, and rituals.

The loss of morality and spirituality was in consonance with the encroachment of egoism, materialism, and empirical thinking over the past several centuries, which humanity fell into. It was characteristic of this dark (kali yuga or jahilliyah) age, while it had a stronghold that spirituality was relegated, disregarded, and even opposed.

I will show that not only is spirituality very much part of religion but also that both are essential and how the two complement each other. For example, in the Abrahamic religions:

  • Judaism has a spiritual dimension in the form of the Merkavah mystics, the Essenes, the Kabbala, and the Chassidic movement. They encourage people to develop a deep and intimate relationship with God. This is different from orthodox Judaism with its focus on halakha (religious laws and customs). Spirituality was denied by the Sadducees, Haskalah, and in the conservative and reform movements.
  • Christianity is essentially a spiritual faith despite being corrupted by the Roman empire and marred by a history of crusades and extremists. Hermetics and gnostics flourished in the first few centuries with the goal of liberating people from materiality and its emphasis on a personal relationship with God through gnosis. A significant change to strip Christianity of spirituality came about when they were persecuted and after the Council of Nicaea redefined the religion in 325 CE.
  • Islam formally identifies three dimensions of the religion as a deen (way of life): Islām(with its focus on the shariah, rituals, and other basic aspects), imān (faith and beliefs), and ihsān. The latter is the spiritual dimension, now more commonly called ‘tasawwuf’ (Islamic spirituality or Sufism). The Wahhabi or Neo-Salafi movement has tried to oppose this since the 18th century.


Spirituality is not, therefore, something alien to religion at all; rather, it is an essential and integral part of it in its pure, original, and comprehensive form. However, the materialistic aspects dominated over time, and people generally disengaged from the more devotional side of religion except for the few spiritually inclined ones. The spiritual dimension is more pronounced in Eastern religions in general, but followers of those religions have also succumbed to extremism in recent times.

It is manifested, for example, in the form of the Hindutva movement among Hindus and Buddhist extremism in Myanmar. So, extremist and other debasing, intolerant, non-spiritual elements have left no religion untainted. But the misinterpretation, misuse, and exploitation of religion is the fault of certain deluded, anti-social, and spiritually devoid followers.

Human imperfections and weaknesses are to blame. It is neither supported in holy scriptures nor the essence of any true religion, which aims to strengthen people’s relationship with God, not to dissociate from God. As the Buddha once said, “The finger pointing at the moon is not the moon”.

Some people today claim to be “spiritual but not religious”. Spirituality without religion is an equally dangerous venture. Spirituality without religiosity can lead to self-centredness, complacency, and even materialistic tendencies, which are antithetical to real spirituality. The lack of proper grounding and protection, a framework for regulation and guidance, makes one vulnerable to influences by negative unseen entities. It also makes them more prone to mental health issues (King et al., 2018).

A proper spiritual approach would be to accept that differences exist between people of different religions, but we are all part of the same phenomenal experience instead of distancing from religion altogether. The Holy Quran (49:13) views diversity positively because God created it intentionally for us to benefit from so that we “get to know one another, not despise one another”.

This cannot be realized truly without spirituality. So, the spiritual dimension of life is essential, too, indeed more so, to ensure that we also appreciate our interconnectedness, underlying unity, and shared origin. Spirituality is supposed to develop deeper understanding, compassion, tolerance, enhanced faith, greater humanity, and so on.


If the antagonism for a religion is a specific issue with its scriptures, teachings, or practices, this would require further investigation with an open mind. One should consider its authenticity, context, purpose, translation, interpretation, etc. History is also replete with examples of political manipulation of religion. It has even been used to justify violence, persecution, terrorism, and conflict. But how much is religion to blame for all of this?

Religion was devised to civilize humanity, but the opportunity to manipulate it to control people is also present. So, it can be used to motivate people either positively or negatively. Faiths and beliefs have a powerful influence on views and behavior, but it is a misuse of religion when exploited in harmful ways. The antidote to politicized religion should be a clearer understanding of and stronger commitment to it combined with lessons in morality and spirituality.

Fundamentally, the question of whether religion and spirituality can or should work together is about the outer and inner aspects of life. We live in a world of physicality and outward appearances but also need to develop the capacity to see beyond them and mature in our spiritual development.

Religion, in its basic or dogmatic form, focuses on the external and mundane side of life, the phenomenal world, or the exoteric dimension. Spirituality, in contrast, focuses on internal matters, the spiritual world, and noumena. It is an esoteric dimension of religion understood in a wider sense as a way of life.

This dichotomic view of religion and spirituality is also shared by the sociologist Nash (2001), and he sees both as expressions of faith. People can have varying degrees in each domain, which are essentially related to doing (religion), being (spirituality), and knowing (faith).

It is possible, for example, for someone to have faith but not be religious, in which case the person is weak in expressing the faith. As mentioned before, being spiritual but not religious would make one lack the necessary grounding, and vice versa, i.e., religiosity without spirituality is a typical position of materialists who may also be prone to intolerance and extremism. If faith is lacking, then trying to be either religious or spiritual would be a superficial exercise.

The domains of faith, religion, and spirituality

Both internal and external aspects need our attention for healthy development. So not only can religion and spirituality work together, but they must be made to. In Sufi terminology, the zāhir(outer) and bātin (inner) are both considered essential – outer aspects for functioning in the physical world and inner aspects for delving deeper to understand realities and connect with God. Buddhism likewise distinguishes between the traditional ‘lesser vehicle’ (hinayāna) with its emphasis on teachings and scripture and the ‘greater vehicle’ (mahayāana) that takes a more spiritual and humanitarian outlook.

The bodhisattva (spiritually enlightened being) in Mahayana tradition is motivated by compassion and informed by deep wisdom to help others from suffering. But this is only possible when we first become aware that everything we experience in the phenomenal world of the samsāra (cyclic change) is marked by suffering. The Old Testament (1 Samuel 16:7) also acknowledges the superiority of the inner reality without dismissing the role of surface-level appearances.

Michael King, Louiise Marston, Sally McManus, et al. Religion, spirituality, and mental health: results from a national study of English households. The British Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 202, issue 1.


Nash, R. ]. Religious pluralism in the academy: Opening the dialogue. New York: Peter Lang. 2001.

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More Spiritual World Coming

Is a Better, More Spiritual World Coming?

A Spiritual World

A spiritual world is one in which spirituality is more predominant than materiality. We shall assume that a more spiritual world is better than a less spiritual one, as many would agree, and try to show that the times are changing in such a way that they are definitely making the world more spiritual overall. Our sacred earth is not unaccustomed to maintaining a more spiritually evolved humanity on its surface. Rather, the world has been far more religious and spiritual in the past. Contrary to the linear perception of material and technological progress, the world has been declining in terms of morality and spirituality. We’ll see whether this decline is reversing or continuing.

The possibility of a more spiritual world coming suggests times come again and never remain stagnant. The cyclical nature of ages and the return or repeat of similar conditions is hinted at in the New Testament1: “As it was in the days of Noah, so will it be in the days of the coming of the Son of Man.

” Christians and Muslims alike are waiting for the return of Jesus Christ (Prophet Isa (as) to (Muslims) and a more spiritual world again. As per a hadith (saying of Prophet Muhammad (uwbp))2 ,we are currently in an era of oppressive rule (mullkan jabriy), but after that will be a time when the prophetic method (khilafah rashidah) will be reapplied, with its emphasis on peace and justice.

However, the Hindu knowledge of yugas (ages) clarifies that we are on an ascending path, not further descent. It anticipates better conditions ahead and confirms the general feeling that a better, more spiritual world is coming. Hindu texts mention four yugas: Satya Yuga (Truthful Age), Treta Yuga (Triadic Age), Dwapara Yuga (Dyadic Age), and Kali Yuga (Dark Age). They correspond to Hesiod’s golden, silver, bronze, and iron ages, respectively. The complete cycle of the yugas is 24,000 years, according to Sri Yukteswra3, which compares with 25,772 years of the precessional equinox. Truthfulness, sincerity, and morality are at their highest or are most widespread in the Satya Yuga.

1. Luke 17:26 and Matthew 24:37
2. Musnad Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (Hadith #18430)
3. Joseph Selbie & David Steinmetz. The yugas: Keys to understanding our hidden past, emerging present, and future
enlightenment. Crystal Clarity Publishers. 2011.

The 4 Yugas

The Kali Yuga is the lowest age for virtues, where darkness, strife, misery, vice, and hypocrisy prevail the most. Muslims call it the age of darkness or ignorance (jahilliya). It is the worst age to be in, full of conflict, sin, and materialism. It is generally accepted that the earth is presently in this Kali Yuga, which began around 3,102 BCE after Krishna departed from the world.

4 The Mayan calendar, which started around the same time, in 3,114 BCE, reached the end of its cycle on December 21, 2012, to begin a new one. This might support the view that the next era is overdue. Similarly, the Hopis believe we are living in the final days of the Fourth World5 and that in the fifth (after a global cataclysm), human beings will have greater and higher powers.

Rudolph Steiner believed the Kali Yuga ended earlier in 1900 based on observing that those born after this point in time were markedly different from those born prior to it by being on a higher turn of the evolutionary spiral.6 Sadhguru also claims the Kali Yuga ended, and that we are actually nearing the end of the Dwarpa Yuga. However, it is more likely that it is only ending now.

The Bhavishya Malika by Divya Drishti posits that it will be around the year 2025,7 which fits in with other prophecies. Although some give different durations and the start and end points of each age and cycle, if we accept that a spiritual awakening is strongly underway in the present times, where more people are awakening to spirituality and the spirit world, then we may at least agree that we

4. Ram D. Prasad. Kalki Maha Avatar. Jerry Merry Verlag.
5. Larry Keveson. Waking from reality. iUniverse. 2008.
6. Rudolph Steiner. What is necessary in these urgent times? Steiner Books. 2010.
7. Divya Drishti. Bhavishya Malika Puran. Harper Collins. 2023.

are somewhere along the lower ascending part of the greater cycle. Most likely, we are in the dusk or end period of the dark era. After this, a relatively more spiritual (and less materialistic) world of the ascending Dwarpa Yuga is expected.

Given that knowledge and truth dispel darkness, we can gauge whether and how soon a more spiritual world is coming by examining the growth of knowledge. All prophets, saints, and other genuine spiritual masters work tirelessly to spread knowledge and dispel darkness. As Jesus Christ (as) said, “The true light, which gives light to everyone, [came] into the world” precisely to dispel the great darkness.8 Since then, over the past thousand years, the world has witnessed the Islamic Golden Age and the European Renaissance, both of which contributed immensely to raising man’s intellectual development.

The last two centuries then experienced rapid expansion in knowledge, aided especially by easier access to libraries and education and the use of computers and the internet. But technology per se is only a tool, as it can be used for good or bad purposes. Also, it promotes dependency, whereas spirituality involves developing our own innate powers.

More specifically, we can be assured of a more spiritual world coming by seeing how many people are interested and engaged in spiritual practices, following some or other spiritual path, and awakening to the spiritual realms. The reader may agree that more and more people are aware of spirituality and awakening to the spirit world than before. Whereas many spiritual fraternities had to conceal their activities in previous centuries, it is no longer the case, and there is now a proliferation of spiritual knowledge in books and online.

Spiritual teachings are more openly taught and
discussed, and it is easier to gain spiritual knowledge now. The decline of morality, rise of atheism, prevalence of materialism, etc., in recent decades all suggest an intensification of the decay; that conditions are still deteriorating. However, it is concurrent with the spiritual awakening taking place.

It’s like the interchanging of yin and yang.
The opposites of darkness and light are both present simultaneously, but whereas the darkness is declining rapidly with an amplified struggle to persist, the light, manifesting as spiritual knowledge and awakening, is gaining momentum and expanding rapidly, too. The tipping point may be expected soon.

8. John 1:9

Evidence that humanity is close to the threshold required for a rebalancing of the forces and energies in favor of a more spiritual world approaching can also be seen from the frustration and last-ditch attempts by the cabal, i.e., the satanic controllers of society, to hamper or delay the mass spiritual awakening.

Perhaps 2030 is their deadline for a showdown, as they brag about Agenda 2030? Their main tactics are spreading fear, keeping the masses preoccupied with trivial pursuits, and promoting transhumanism. It might seem like the world is being torn apart by conflict, collapsing economies, diseases, food shortages, famines, chaos, etc., but as it is said, “Things get worse before they get better”.

The external world is merely an illusion, and humans, as co-creators, have the potential to shape what transpires. Don’t let fear hold you back, and don’t be overly concerned about the exact transition time or dates, either. As advised in the Holy Bible, “You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed, for such things must happen…”9 Find satisfaction in knowing that a more spiritual world is coming.

The present age of the apocalypse is not leading to a doomsday but disclosures and unveilings. Good changes happen when old and failed systems expire and new ones emerge with greater sincerity and cooperation. Even if we don’t make it to the more spiritually evolved sacred earth, we can at least play our part in laying its foundations.

External conditions reflect what is happening internally, so that’s where the actual spiritual battle is. The more the people turn inward, become familiar with the spiritual realms, and connect with God, the sooner we can reach and move beyond the threshold collectively and hasten the end of the Kali Yuga. Living more spiritually fulfilling lives, using encouraging spiritual words, and giving words of spiritual inspiration may suffice, but informing, teaching, and guiding others could help to bring about a more spiritual world sooner. Then, it’s only a matter of time before humanity will be firmly on the path to an overall more spiritual world.


[1] Luke 17:26 and Matthew 24:37
[2] Musnad Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (Hadith #18430)
[3] Joseph Selbie & David Steinmetz. The yugas: Keys to understanding our hidden past, emerging present, and future enlightenment. Crystal Clarity Publishers. 2011.
[4] Ram D. Prasad. Kalki Maha Avatar. Jerry Merry Verlag.
[5] Larry Keveson. Waking from reality. iUniverse. 2008.
[6] Rudolph Steiner. What is necessary in these urgent times? Steiner Books. 2010.
[7] Divya Drishti. Bhavishya Malika Puran. Harper Collins. 2023.
[8] John 1:9[9] Matthew 24: 6
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Spiritual Scams

Protecting Yourself from Spiritual Scams: Unveiling the Exploitation of Psychic Culture

Starting a spiritual journey can be a life-changing experience that offers self-reflection and development opportunities. The spiritual world is not immune to negative energy and dishonest people, so pursuing this path with caution and discernment is crucial. Even while the cosmos does not intentionally try to trick us, some individuals might prey on the gullibility and trust of those who are brand-new to spirituality.

To equip you to navigate the spiritual world safely and authentically, the article highlights frequent hazards and offers advice on safeguarding oneself. You may protect your spiritual path from dangerous pitfalls and harmful influences by growing awareness, believing in your intuition, and adopting a discerning attitude.

How does this scam work?

In the area of psychic and clairvoyant fraud, con artists use a variety of strategies to trick the unwary. They may contact you by mail, email, phone, or even in person, promising alluring prophecies of happy future occurrences or playing on your concerns by stating that you are in danger. Their ultimate objective is to deceive you into parting with money.

These con artists can assist in winning lottery numbers, a fortunate charm, lifting a curse or jinx, or a promise of continued protection. They do have a catch, though; they charge a fee in exchange for their aid. Some con artists may employ threats if you don’t agree, saying they’ll bring a curse or bad luck upon you.

Another typical strategy is convincing you to buy a fortunate charm or the key to financial success. Unfortunately, you can get nothing or a useless item in exchange when you pay. Alternatively, the Scammer can deceive you by falsely foretelling an upcoming event and promising to shield you from it in return for regular payments.

Social media is a prime hunting ground for scammers. I know of one well known spiritualist whose account was stolen and had someone pretend to be her offering services. The trick was she contacted me so I felt something was wrong and I contacted the spiritualist on Tiktok directly and she said there was nothing that can stop them. It happens often.

I have also received the “I felt the need to give you a reading,” etc. scam. It is good to be cautious when donations to unknown untested individuals at the end of a wire are involved. They can make it sound like we are donating for God’s benefit. God doesn’t need your money. There are authentic readers who do offer genuine helpful services.

Most Common Warning Signs:

Spiritual Scams | It is essential to be aware of the most typical red flags that may point to a scam before hiring a psychic:

  • Scammers may approach you and offer psychic readings or services out of the blue. As an alternative, fraudsters might impersonate a genuine psychic and fool unsuspecting people with their qualifications and images. When contacted by someone providing psychic services, be careful and double-check the communication source.
  • Psychics who predict outcomes, such as improved health, a financial windfall, or a new romantic connection, should be avoided. Genuine psychics know they cannot predict the future and have no influence over outside events.
  • Scammers frequently continue their plan by coming up with new challenges or problems in their life for which they offer a remedy in exchange for money. They take advantage of your weaknesses and frighten you into giving them money.
  • Psychics that utilize fear as a manipulative tool should be avoided. They might threaten to harm you or your loved ones if you refuse to pay them for their services. Legitimate psychics do not employ these fear-based tactics.

How to protect yourself from this scam?

Here are 6 of the most typical types of spiritual scams you should watch out for on your path:

1. Red indicators of social media fraud that you should be aware of

It’s critical to be aware of the warning signs of potential scams in social media. On websites like Instagram or TikTok, it is too simple to be seduced by the expertly constructed picture of an all-knowing guru gazing into your eyes with a magical appeal. Before trusting a digital oracle decorated with Native-themed objects and pictures, consider a few things.

First and foremost, it’s important to comprehend that wearing ceremonial objects shouldn’t be done to advance one’s social status. A spirit of modesty accompanies true ceremonial knowledge. Exercise caution if someone frequently displays oneself while wearing dreamcatchers, feathers, or sage to advertise their goods or services. Constantly employing these things as photo props is nothing more than a gimmick intended to give the impression that you have real Native knowledge.

2. I feel “drawn” to you

This particular spiritual fraud is very common. You receive a call from someone claiming to be ‘attracted’ to you and able to assist you on your spiritual path. Don’t be fooled by it! This is a ruse to seize your interest and, eventually, your money. Many trustworthy healers can assist, but run the other way if someone says they are ‘attracted’ to you.

3. Stay away from deals that seem too good to be true.

It’s usually true if something sounds too wonderful to be true. You cannot anticipate paying $1 or even $5 for a psychic reading. These are predatory sales techniques designed to entice you and steal your cash. If you choose a specific advisor, you must know their actual rate.

4. Unexpected communication from a priest

Another spiritual scam that should be avoided is this one.

Someone will contact you and offer to execute a religious ceremony or rite for you, saying they are a priest or ordained minister. They might even offer to bless you, but only after you give them money. This is just a con, nothing more! Never send money to someone who emails you and claims to have direct access to the supernatural and can bestow a blessing on you.

5. Say no if they ask you to do anything.

Avoid doing this when a fake psychic asks if you want to hold something representing you. This is typically done so that any “energy” or signal the person receives can be transferred and altered through the object before it is transmitted to you. It might also be their technique of preventing tampering with the tools they utilize or distorting your perception of their offerings.

6. They Lead You to Question Your Instinct

If a psychic advises you that you’re not making the best decision, they can be trying to manipulate your perception. You are the only one who truly understands what is best for you. Most consultants will leave it up to you and advise on how to proceed.

Extra protection – by the way, if you ever suspect someone or something is psychically messing with you or could there is at least one way to stop them. Imagine you are in the center of a glowing white egg filled with light and protected from harm and imagine whatever attacks come to you will bounce back to the attacker 100 times harder. Has worked for me.

Bottom Line

Doing research is the most effective way to safeguard yourself against falling prey to fraudulent spiritual practices. Trust your instincts – it usually isn’t if something feels wrong. Read reviews, inquire around in reliable communities, and do your research.

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