How Do You Deliver a Psychic Message to Someone Who May Not Be Open to It?

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You never want to be one of those intuitives who walks up to people and “reads” them without their permission — like the poor Hogwarts’ Divinations Professor Sybill Trelawney in the Harry Potter series, grabbing people by the shoulders or stopping them by their coat tails as they try to pass you on the sidewalk and stuttering, wild-eyed, about your “visions of impending doom.”

But, what do you do when you genuinely feel a sense of urgency or duty about delivering a psychic message…?

  • …to someone who has not asked you for a reading?
  • …to someone who may not be open to this kind of conversation?
  • …or to someone you literally do not even know?

You can find “normal,” discreet, non-confrontational, and carefully communicated ways to reach out with the messages you get. You can find ways to do it so it doesn’t get drowned out by people thinking you’re invasive, rude, or demented.

If It’s for Someone You Already Know…
I’ve found that a really effective way to introduce an intuitive message to someone without her necessarily having to be “open” to psychic phenomena is to initiate the conversation with “I had a dream about you…”

It may or may not have really come to you in dream form, but, in my experience, the “average” person is more open to that conversation, even curious.

I’ve never known a single person to turn me down, or not want me to continue. Hardly anyone really wants to listen to tedious, detailed play-by-play of your unconscious nocturnal ramblings — unless it’s about her. Then, absolutely everyone wants to hear at least the gist of what you dreamed.

If It’s for a Stranger…
I find myself often nudged by Spirit to compliment people — when I notice they’re wearing cool shoes, a unique piece of jewelry, rocking a great hairstyle… even strangers. You never know when you may be guided to just simply acknowledge someone at a moment when she really needs it.

You can deliver an intuitive message or a packet of healing energy at a spiritual level that a third-party observer would not see or hear.

The recipient does not need to be consciously aware of the message or energy that you deliver in order for the transfer to occur. A simple interaction, wrapped in positive intentions, will get through.

On occasion, strangers will respond to your initial communication by opening to you more completely. (If you’re an intuitive or a healer as part of your life purpose, then you already know what it’s like to have total strangers walk right up to you and start “telling you their life stories” or sharing really personal information with you.)

Whether it’s with strangers or with people you know very well, I believe that there are instances when information is being delivered where even the Messenger is not consciously aware of the energy exchange. It can happen sub-vocally, telepathically, spiritually, energetically — spirit guides and angels may be handling all the details…

All you really need to do to act as a vessel for Spirit is to listen to those nudges you receive and act on them by simply reaching out to a person or establishing a connection — positively, politely, subtly, and respectfully.

As long as you’re not motivated to “get attention” from other people for “being psychic” — if your intentions are truly selfless and sincere — trust that you will be guided to say the right thing.

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4 Responses to How Do You Deliver a Psychic Message to Someone Who May Not Be Open to It?
  1. Emilia
    December 1, 2011 | 6:12 pm

    Wow. It’s like you read my mind today (which is funny in itself, considering the subject today!). I was in a mental tangle with myself today about reading people without their permission or even knowledge. And sometimes doing energetic sorts of healing things without their knowledge or ever telling them…especially on total strangers or people I don’t know well.

    I got to feeling kind of guilty about it in a “a shaman doesn’t heal unless asked to because it is part of their healing to ask” sort of way (although I would not consider myself a shaman). At any rate, I felt like maybe I was playing God with people. You know?

    But I have always been a behind-the-scenes kind of person in everything I do. And there have been times where I felt like I didn’t have much control over the healing or speaking I was doing (much of it happens when I am meditative or half asleep) And also, sometimes I feel like people’s souls really are reaching out to me for help, even if they are total strangers. And for every time I have tried to help, there are a dozen times where I saw an energetic block and didn’t help, because it didn’t feel right.

    I have a lot to think about this subject ethically to be sure, but this post has helped me not feel guilty about using my skills to help people. Thanks so much for empowering that!

    • Slade Roberson
      December 1, 2011 | 9:09 pm


      The most rewarding comment I can possible receive is when a reader such as yourself feels that I “read your mind.” Blog posts themselves have an aspect of anonymous healing or message delivery, so perhaps writing is the one way I feel most empowered to deliver the information I receive. I don’t feel you should have any issues with “anonymous healing” — it’s not likely to make anyone feel uncomfortable (confrontation is not even on the table). You are donating good vibes. Maybe a good way to think of it would be as “energetically smiling” at people you pass in every day life.

      Thank you for contributing your comments!

  2. Brieta
    December 1, 2011 | 9:00 pm

    In addition to my usual, everyday intuitive nudges and messages, maybe a dozen times in my life I’ve had STRONG messages, feelings, sometimes visions, for or about others, always people with whom I have a close relationship. I used to squirm quite a bit about sharing the information, fear of the “crazy” label or being ridiculed. But the accuracy rate has been so high, I no longer worry (much) about their perception or reception. I feel like for the sorts of things I’m given, it’s my job to sound the alert. What the subject does or not with the information is their choice.

    • Slade Roberson
      December 1, 2011 | 9:03 pm


      I appreciate your weighing in with your personal experience. While there may be some generalities, we each have our unique ways of handling these types of situations. I most hope that by sharing what’s true for me, it will resonate with some of the readers out there. And for still others, it’s always nice to have a variety of contributions and different perspectives. Thanks for contributing!

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