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 Code Of Ethics

The Psychic Declaration of Principles

This code of ethics outlines the principles that should guide the behavior of those working in the metaphysical community. It emphasizes the importance of treating others with respect and equality, avoiding fraudulent practices and false claims, encouraging personal responsibility, honoring different viewpoints, setting transparent fees, maintaining confidentiality, and being honest about one's limitations. It also specifies that practitioners should not provide medical or psychological diagnoses or counseling, or claim to know about someone's impending death or terminal illness. Finally, it stresses the importance of allowing clients to make their own choices and not trying to force certain beliefs upon them.

1. By living with personal and professional integrity, I am working to improve the image of the metaphysical community.
2. I treat all people equally, without prejudice or discrimination, based on their gender, race, ethnic background, color, religious affiliation, or sexual orientation.
3. I avoid deceptive claims, practices, and promises at all costs and always strive for excellence in readings and all metaphysical and spiritual work.
4. I encourage seekers to take full responsibility for their lives and their decisions.
5. I respect other people's opinions, even if they differ from mine.
6. I have established reasonable fees with no hidden costs or surprises. I will not maintain a false sense of engagement with the client to justify an increase in my fee.
7. I keep all readings private and confidential.
8. I am not claiming 100% accuracy because no one has or is expected to have all the answers all the time. Spirit, God, and the Universe have a plan that is not always revealed to us.
9. I inform my clients that I cannot offer a diagnosis or psychological counseling because I am not a licensed therapist, psychiatrist, or medical doctor.
10. Even if I suspect a serious illness, I do not advise someone that they are about to die or have a terminal disease.
11. I never try to force clients to accept what I am telling them.

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