Often times, when one begins on this spiritual journey, they pause to ask why they are doing it in the first place. So many people can live content "human" lives without ever thinking about their own existence. And not that that is a bad thing, but when you wake up from the Illusion, there is no going back to that content human existence.
If you read my post about My Spiritual Development, you'll see that I've been on this path for about 2 years now. The first time I made a spirit connection, I was blown away. I came away from that moment wanting to know exactly how I did that, what it meant, and if I could do it again.
I began researching like a crazy person and learned that this is something that can be accesses whenever I wanted. And then it became addicting, but in a good way. I came to understand who I am, what my limiting beliefs are that get in the way of a strong connection with spirit, and how much this work really means to me.
It's like when a toddler realizes that after they stand they can take a step towards something they want. And then another step. And another. And pretty soon they realize how much better it is than just sitting there. It becomes this slow burning goal that enhances who you are on a soul level.
So why did I become a medium? Well, to be honest, I was tired of all the psychic questions of "when am I getting married", and "who is my soulmate". I knew there had to be more than just fulfilling people's needs to know the future. There is a definite healing aspect to mediumship that not only heals those I work with, but also heals myself. It's like taking those tiny toddler steps to something meaningful. I chose to focus solely on mediumship because I connected with it so well. It was like I was meant to do this. And that does not mean I am better than anyone or immune to mistakes. It just means that I am so focused on being the best medium I can for myself so that my soul can know true love.
If you're just getting started on this path and you're interested in mediumship, I implore you to ask yourself, "why do I want to be a medium?"