Your Role In A Psychic Reading

Your Role in a Psychic Reading

Getting a good reading involves more than choosing the right reader; you must also be ready and to be read! It’s a synergistic and co-created endeavor. Once you feel comfortable with a psychic or spiritual counselor and have decided to pursue a reading, it’s time to prepare yourself in order to make the most of the experience.

First, ask yourself why you’re pursuing the reading. Do you just want to hear what you want to hear? Are you ready to face the truth, and to take action to create desired changes? Are you truly ready to be honest with yourself and take responsibility for your life?

Often clients will seek out reader after reader, just waiting and hoping to find one who will tell them that yes [ even though Bobby is abusive, alcoholic and just plain mean, even though he just married another woman and moved halfway around the planet] he is her soul mate, her loves her, and he will be back for her. Of course, I am making fun of what is always a SERIOUS situation, especially to the person asking the questions. BUT, in this type of scenario, the client has already made up her mind about how things have to be; she is not truly open to hearing what the reader brings through. Make sure you’re ready and willing to hear what is communicated. It doesn’t mean you have to accept what you hear, but make sure you’re really open to listening to all the possibilities.

On a similar note, holding back information to “test” your psychic generally backfires. If you can’t take a leap of faith AFTER you’ve gone through a careful selection process in choosing the reader, it’s unlikely you’ll be open enough to get much out of the reading. The more open you are, the more detailed and specific the reading will tend to be. This doesn’t mean you have to feed the reader all the answers, it just means communicating what your concern is and being open to being read.

With this in mind, approach the reading process with clear goals in terms of what you want to explore, and what you plan to do with the information you receive. Are the questions you’re asking really reflective of what you want to know? It helps to write your questions down, and then ask yourself how they fit into the big picture and your larger life goals. It’s wise to ask your most important questions first, so you’re sure not to run out of time.