In my life, I have had many moments of indecision. Many moments when I felt like I had little to nowhere to turn for answers. One of the things my path as a psychic, healer, writer, mom….. has taught me is to look to me first.
So, before you go out looking for answers from a reader. Make sure you have sat down to ask yourself the truth of the matter first.
This is important because I find most times my job is simply to validate and confirm what the wonderful person in front of me is feeling. I feel as joyful as they do when we both discover that what I am seeing is what they have been planning all along and merely needed the validation to act on their dreams. I may see a relationship that is shifting, and the admission of this fact has been niggling at the back of their head. I love to see my clients change and feel good, empowered and gaining clarity in their lives as they sit in front of me. This comes because there is a journey that has happened waaaaaaay before they stepped into my office.
What happens when you have sat and pondered? when the long soulful strolls and alone time that clears the head doesn’t seem to be enough anymore? Then it may be time to sit down with a good friend for coffee or a trusted family member. After that, then you can start to consider seeing someone like me.
I am not here to fix problems. I am here to facilitate clarity. A good reader is there to help you see what you already know, or tap into spirits that may be able to help you get over the hump to your goals and well being.
But how do you find someone you can trust? ahhhhhhh, that’s the crux of it. Over time there have been so many fakes and frauds and snake oil salesman that finding someone reputable can be one of the scariest things you do. Not to mention the stigma of even going to a crazy person like that!
I have had many clients who wish to keep there anonymity, from housewives to burly construction workers, to CEO’s of companies. This is fine. I’m here to help, and that’s the key to finding a good psychic…they put you first.
So, how to choose a psychic? Wel, I have put a list together of key things to look for. They are important because you can tell in the first few minutes if you should stay, politely back away, or run faster than the DC comic superhero the Flash!
- You must feel comfortable with them and their surroundings…If they are disheveled, their space is unkempt or speak dismissively to you politely walk away. It is a stereotype that psychics think they are better than everyone else because they have “supernatural powers”, we are here to help, it costs nothing to be nice.
- As soon as you walk through the door they should be reading you…They can be nice, but be wary of the those who ask too many questions. This is called phishing. I’ve seen people be led in conversations so that the answers become logic rather than connected. A good reader will begin to see for you even before you get to their space and be able to give you specifics about you, your family etc. that they couldn’t know.
- If the reader says something to scare you… If they tell you they are the only ones that can lift a curse etc., get up and get away. THAT IS NOT OUR JOB! I cannot stress this enough!!! WE, as readers and spirit walkers are here to heal, guide and empower.
- They should not under any circumstance charge exorbitant amounts of money…Look around at what is the going rate is at the time. I have problems with anyone charging over the going rate as it excludes those who may not be able to afford the reading. Those are usually the ones who really need it. This is why many readers do charity functions where they give their time. Some animal communicators work with shelters, I’ve done fundraisers for the wwf where I do pet psychic work and all the money will go to them. Some mediums work with hospices. In my case, I do readings on the air. And if you are a reader reading this, those are some ideas for you to give back.
- Make sure they resonate with you… That the reading is about you. That you feel comfortable with them. Don’t be afraid to ask questions when setting up an appt. *How long have you been reading? * Where have you read *Do you have references. Look them up on their website if they have one. and don’t choose based on age. Some young readers are waaaay awesome and just need a chance. If they come recommended or are willing to work with them you could probably get a good price too.
- Finally, Referrals… This is why I interview readers. There is no competition as far as I am concerned as we all read differently and I want people to find those who resonate with them. If you have a friend who has sat with someone that’s great! Referrals are off the Rock!!! that is the best place to find people you may like. You have the same vibe as your tribe, so a name coming from someone you know may help.
These are a few tips that will help you find someone who is right for you. Let me know your thoughts, and if you have any questions regarding this article please feel free to share!
Until next time…..Stay in tune, and stay blogged in!
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