Okay, so let’s put it all on the table and say this psychic was given a glimpse into your future and told you what was going to happen. So what? God knows what will happen to you too, does that make you worry? I don’t think you should believe your fortune is absolutely set in stone, but even if it was, what difference does it really make? What’s going to happen is going to happen. The only thing that matters is whether you get to Heaven or not, and the only thing that could ever keep you from Heaven is yourself. Not this psychic, not the external events outside of your control, but your choices and your actions.
The whole point of what happened and is happening to you is to make your worry, to make you doubt yourself and to focus your mind on fighting this external thing instead of living the life God wants you to live. Maybe this is a burden you’ll have to carry with you forever. Or maybe God will step in and make the next prediction not come true. Either way, predictions can’t force you to be evil, so they have no real power over you at all. The psychic didn’t make you, God made you. The psychic doesn’t control the world, God controls the world. If things happen to you, it is His plan. Not theirs.
So just let it go. Accept that you made a mistake and you’re dealing with the consequences and you might deal with those consequences for the rest of your earthly life. Earthly life is short. Some people do stupid things and they lose their limbs, or accidentally hurt someone, or lose something precious forever. They have to live with that for the rest of their life too. That doesn’t mean they can’t get to Heaven or have to turn away from God. It means they have a burden that God chose to put on them for His reasons.
Stop worrying if it is true or isn’t true. I would even say stop trying to avoid the predictions or fight against them. What if Satan wants you to avoid or fight against things that God wants you to accept? A good way to trick you would be to tell you it’s fate and scare you into thinking you have to fight against it. Instead just tell yourself:
God’s will be done, not mine.