1. The vast majority of psychic reviews are paid, in one form or another, to review the service. This is done either by an affiliate/advertisement relationship (like we have with Psychic Source, ourselves) or by some other form of payment for making the recommendation.
  2. The vast majority of psychic review sites work like this – EVEN psychic directories like Bob Olson’s Best Psychic Directory (probably the best known of the “psychic medium directories“, the folks who are featured on the directory and get the most prominent placements, are paying a monthly fee for inclusion)
  3. Sites like psychic source offer one big benefit over others; They offer money back guarantees and performance promises. (if you aren’t happy with your reading or experience, you don’t have to pay. This is something you WONT’ find offered by most local psychic mediums or other spiritual professionals – especially amongst the better known and more popular)

The bottom line? It’s important to understand that if you read a review of Psychic Source or a similar online psychic network, the chances are, the person leaving the review is being compensated in some way, for having done so. (or at least the admin of the site is; reviews in the comments are a different matter altogether, and tend to be far more reliable)

I tend to overthink. When I sit down to meditate, I cannot seem to clear my mind. I have tried and tried to do this but to no avail. At night I’m not able to sleep because my head goes on and on and on. I often think about my family, my future, my health, my career and anything you can imagine. I can’t focus and I feel lost.

I have tried to clear my head by living more mindfully, but every time I do so, I feel the sudden urge to overthink again and again. I wanted to suffer less and free my mind from the push and pull of my brain running around.

So one day I googled “compassionate advise” and found Psychic Source. I was doubtful about this because i felt that I can do this myself and find the answers to my questions if I meditated hard enough. But I told myself why not give it a try. And so I did.

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