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@CeceliasPsychic (Cecelia Hatswell) tweeted the following :
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@CeceliasPsychic (Cecelia Hatswell) tweeted the following :
There is no instinct like that of the heart.
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@CeceliasPsychic (Cecelia Hatswell) tweeted the following :
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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How do psychics live with themselves when they lie to people?

Lets say hypothetically they are lying and cant talk to the dead, how do they live with themselves knowing they lied to people? Like for instance, these well known tv psychics. Do they have no conscience?

Answer by Assad
I do believe that some of them are gifted but the majority of them are frauds!

Answer by Aaron H
They can live with themselves when they see their fat bank accounts.

“The love of money is the root of all evil.”

Answer by Saint-Toad
Counting your money usually helps quiet those guilty doubts.

Answer by Sapphire68
All wrong doing people live with themselves well till their conscience is dead. U have to kill it to live with urself after doing wrong.

Answer by Suspendor of Disbelief
That’s a pretty cheap shot. Psychics belive in their powers, and for good reason. Most have documented in their own minds that they do indeed have unusual abilities. And for the most part, these are indeed God given powers. Even those who have unknowingly consorted with demons for their powers BELIEVE that it’s all on the up and up.

Written by HEYOKA

The Heyókȟa symbolize and portray many aspects of the sacred, the Wakȟáŋ. Their satire presents important questions by fooling around. They ask difficult questions, and say things others are too afraid to say. By reading between the lines, the audience is able to think about things not usually thought about, or to look at things in a different way.

Principally, the Heyókȟa functions both as a mirror and a teacher, using extreme behaviors to mirror others, thereby forcing them to examine their own doubts, fears, hatreds, and weaknesses. Heyókȟas also have the power to heal emotional pain; such power comes from the experience of shame—they sing of shameful events in their lives, beg for food, and live as clowns. They provoke laughter in distressing situations of despair and provoke fear and chaos when people feel complacent and overly secure, to keep them from taking themselves too seriously or believing they are more powerful than they are.