How do you know whether a person is a good Remote Viewer or a good Psychic? Results of course! How well they have scored on average and how many times they have actually provided good information. Ok, that seems pretty clear, but what do they actually do with this information?
Let’s say a usually pretty accurate psychic has been asked to look into a criminal case. The psychic describes the possible perpetrator and is able to make a composite sketch. The psychic even picks up on a possible name.
What does that Psychic do?
1. Runs to the media with all this information and tell them that this person is the perpetrator? In order to prove to the public that they can actually help in criminal cases. OR
2. Go to the police with that information and give them the results of their psychic session and quietly leave, letting the police do their job. Not getting any recognition in the media but letting the police do their job and getting the person responsible arrested.
I can tell you for sure that option number 1 will definitely NOT be appreciated by the police. Since it is not helpful during an investigation to point out any possible suspects! The psychic forgets that what they have perceived is an indication (a strong indication at times) but not a fact until there is proof in the form of evidence. The psychic forgets that the suspect may just run if they have been pointed out in public, which is not helpful to the police at all! Or the public accusation can cause a rage or riot against this person, who may or may not be guilty! The psychic may create a couple of minutes of fame but they will never be asked to work on any police cases, their name will be blacklisted. And that is even worse if the psychic turns out to be wrong! They will create a bad name for the entire community by not thinking about the consequences of their actions. In worse case they could be arrested for obstruction of justice or sued for slander!
Option number 2 may not seem the most spectacular one and it may not create credentials instantly, but in the long run the people you work with will appreciate this approach much more than the wild accusations and media attention in option number 1. After all is said and done and the case is closed and there is no way your information can cause any harm by publishing, you can ask if it is ok to let the public know. Only the police can tell you whether it can’t interfere with the course of justice anymore. And yes, you do need to have patience!
That is the difference between a ‘professional’ approach and the ‘wild media circus’ approach.
We would all like acknowledgement for our contributions in certain cases and we would all like people saying well done...thanks for the help! But the most important thing is that you actually contributed to making this world a little bit safer and let other people do their job!