I’m often asked – can a psychic predict death? Every once in a blue moon, someone even asks me to predict when someone will die. Sometimes it’s because that person is sick and they want to know how much time they have before that person passes. Sometimes, they ask for a death prediction because they can’t stand the person and are looking forward to when they die. Other times, people are simply afraid of dying.
Predicting death is not always an easy thing. I generally do not like to predict or tune into when someone is going to pass. Somehow, I feel it is wrong to do so unless there is a benefit to someone.
For example, I had a client who told me that she had seen other psychics who told her she would die at a particularly young age from an illness. This woman wholeheartedly believed it.
You know that old saying – you are what you believe? Sometimes we can create things, draw things to us, that wouldn’t have otherwise happened based on what we believe to be true.
This was a concern to her as she had small children and loved her husband. She wanted to know if it was still true. She wondered – can psychics predict death?
When I took a peek into her future, I saw her living about twenty years further than she had been told. We talked about the influence she has in changing her future path. When she left, she was happy.
But what was the point of death the other psychics had picked up on? Was it a true death or metaphorical? Was it an exit point and her spirit had decided not to take it? What benefit can death predictions offer these people?
An exit point is believed to be an opportunity of death built into the life path that the spirit may or may not take. You have several of these exit points along your life. Death predictions may target one of these exit points, whether or not a spirit chooses to use them.
If your spirit chooses to leave life for whatever reason, it can do so at one of the exit points. The only one that you absolutely have to take if you didn’t take an earlier one is the very last exit point. I’ve also written about what happens after death.
I was told many years ago that two of my exit points had passed. One was when I was a teenager, when I could have passed away in my sleep. Another was in my twenties. I have no awareness of these points, I guess because my spirit decided I wasn’t ready to leave the earth plane yet.
This is just one theory and of course, there is no proof. I do know that when my mother was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer, she asked God that she be able to see me turn 10.
I was 3 at the time. She passed when I was 11. Did she have an exit point when I was 3 that she chose not to take? Was her final exit point when I was 11?
I remember another client where I was doing long distance reiki sessions. She was hospitalized and I felt that she was close to passing.
When I looked at her energy, there was only one thread keeping her attached to the earth plane. She was already starting to pop in and out of her body.
I called in her mother’s spirit from the other side as I was helping her work through some issues on the energetic plane. Her mother came through and her mother’s spirit started to speak to her.
Then something interesting happened. Remember those old TV episodes of Get Smart? The ones where there was a cone of silence? It was as if there was a cone of silence that descended and I couldn’t hear their conversation.
When they were done, her mother went back to the other side, and I ended the long-distance Reiki session.
The next day, my client dramatically improved and kept improving. So much for that exit point! I still don’t know what transpired that made a difference to her spirit deciding to stay. So it’s a very good thing I did not make a death prediction for her.
From that experience, I learned that death predictions are a slippery thing. Death predictions may not really help. Instead, it may give someone no hope or false hope depending on whether you are hoping the person lives or dies.
If death predictions are given with a general sense of timing and an understanding of how things may shift, it can allow people to focus on what’s important so that people have closure for when the time comes that they do pass. Despite this, I tend to shy away from predicting death. It’s not something I do lightly and only when I feel there is a benefit in knowing this information.