Career Confessions interviews individuals who love what they do and are some of the best in their field - insights into their inspiring passion, and challenges they have faced along the way. Psychic Medium Carla Baron is one of those individuals.
September 16, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Carla became known throughout the globe for her real-life portrayal of a psychic crime fighter, starring in the hit TruTV (formally Court TV) series, "Haunting Evidence," now in worldwide syndication. In fact, Ms. Baron actually coined the term "psychic profiler" years before this series was even in development, as numerous articles / feature press stories attest, covering her investigations.
Several paranormal TV projects are currently in development for this gifted psychic medium, including a paranormal-based talk show from ABC Media Productions, the unscripted studio for Disney/ABC. Other TV projects on the table for Ms. Baron spotlight the psychic-crime element, famous hauntings, and celebrity psychic readings.
You may have seen Carla Baron in the pilot for "Psychic Detectives" (Court TV) - the one that kicked off the pioneering genius where 'Psychic meets Crime.'
Ms. Baron also appeared on several episodes of Biography's "Dead Famous." Her work as a psychic profiler was highlighted on ABC's "Primetime," and 20/20 for WE.
The breakout phenom - "MTV's FEAR" - was Carla's premiere foray into the paranormal, traveling all over the world on location, filming their documentary segments as official psychic for the haunting reality series.
Ms. Baron was featured on "Psychic Hollywood: The Search For Truth" (E!) and History Channel's "MysteryQuest" series on the ghostly isle of Alcatraz.
This past year, Carla Baron taped an episode with the production team behind Dr. Phil for a development pilot called "Beyond Talk" on the CBS/ Paramount lot. The program is a psychic-themed special showcasing top psychics/ mediums/intuitives/other practitioners who use their unique "gifts" to benefit society today.
For more on Carla and her work visit Psychic Carla Baron - official site
Below is an excerpt from a recent interview with this famed psychic medium:
["Career Confessions: Carla Baron - Psychic Medium" posted 8.27.12]
Describe yourself in 3 words:
Pioneering, Visionary, Catalyst
What is your life motto?
Create a timeless, seamless, limitless universe within, above, & around yourself. In this way, you can truly transcend what you have done before - in this life, and previous incarnations. It is confounding how many limitations souls place on themselves when completing their quest for answers and true enlightenment here on Earth.
What are the challenges in your line of work?
Knowing which psychic 'battles' to pick, and which to leave behind. Having a sense of humor and grace when it comes to those who profess to be 'skeptics.' Allowing oneself time to assimilate each lesson as a famous psychic medium - each has his/ her own time frame in which to develop & master their individual skills. This should not be 'forced' in any way. Connecting with death, horrific crime scenes, murder MINUS the emotional quotient in the first 'review.' There must be a 'clinical' approach at the onset. Emotional processing can occur later once the critical data is retrieved. Always remembering you possess a unique gift that should be shared responsibly. (Not everyone is prepared to hear what you have to say.) Appreciating the role you have been given this lifetime, and the global impact you have in disseminating cosmic information.
In your mind, is formal training essential?
If you are the type of personality that responds well to training, then YES. In my case, however, it was easier for me to pick up various techniques from observing the best of those around me, and through extensive research. My mind is one to absorb quickly, succinctly. I have a well-developed photographic memory from birth. Something akin to Poppy Montgomery's character in "Unforgettable."
(Helps a lot on unsolved mysteries & crime work.)
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