The 4 Types Of Client….Which One Are You?

Ladies and gentleman of the blog reading world why do people go to psychics?

Names, dates, places, future, past, answers, closure, entertainment, empowerment.

Juicy tidbits no one else would know tells us three tangible things…1. this work is real 2. the answers will help 3. money is not being wasted…Fair enough.

Here are 4 types of clients we see.

NON-BELIEVERS…..

Have no interest in being psychic, knowing psychics and think psychics are dangerous (in some cases extremely true).

Admit it or not, Non-believers keep us real, which means for the legit readers there is nothing to fear. I am grateful that the majority of non-believers ARE TRYING TO PROTECT the average person from fakes.

“An honest liar”, is a documentary detailing the life and mission of illusionist James Randi. The greatest debunker of fraudulent spiritualists and psychics. Altho his methods may have been questionable, he made me really begin to appreciate the non-believer.

SKEPTICS…

or “The curious”.

On-the-fencers don’t know what to believe. Arms, legs and heart crossed,  many have un-nurtured abilities that creep up and present themselves every once in a while. They love testing. Tangible proof before belief. I learned long ago, simply smile and let the work speak for itself.

They don’t hang off every word (we will get to those clients). Curious, yet cautious, they are the fun people who question a little and think a lot.

Stoic, their nervousness heightens my focus. However, we begin to relax, soften and laugh as little bits of private or secreted away information comes through,

My goal with the skeptic is to make them feel safe. it’s okay to gently question if something doesn’t resonate. Honesty is better for both of us.

CLING ON’s……

Truth gives me the opportunity to tune in more deeply and get more accurate, insightful answers.

I don’t try to be right if I am not. I feel when I am off and clients confuse me to no end when they agree to information that does not resonate.

OPEN CLIENTS…

Open, on the path, enlightened. These are cool, calm, collected people who come willing to see what spirit has to offer. They sit, cappuccino in hand, arms open and say “You start, let’s go from there” Gods! these people are a blessing!

Easy to converse with, they question a little, and know there is something bigger at work even if they can’t label it. No show ponying the reader, they take away messages, keep what resonates and let go of that which does not serve.

Readings influence us. As the open client understands, we are in control of our destinies, futures can be changed. Empowered and at peace is what you should feel after any session.

Remember the best clients are the ones who can be themselves, be open, and be willing to have some fun.

Until next time……stay in tune, stay Blogged in.

Angel

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3 thoughts on “The 4 Types Of Client….Which One Are You?

  1. Hello, this looks like it will be an interesting site. I was a bit disappointed when I read your blog about “Psychic Clients” however, because I thought it would address clients who had their own psychic abilities (whether merely acknowledged, embraced, actively pushed away, or denied in spite of indications). The title of your blog should have been “My Various Kinds of Clients as a Psychic.” Do you think you could actually write one about “My Psychic Clients?” Some think we are all psychic to some extent, although some are more powerfully in tune with this. How does this effect your readings? How do you work with them? How many ask you for guidance in this area? Are you comfortable providing this?

    1. Hi Gordaon!

      I am grateful to you for your reply, and your honesty! I have that in mind to write. I struggled with the title, so thank you for the validation. however, if you have mentioned it others feel that too. So I will consider changing it.
      Thank you! And yes, I do think we all have ability. I was talking with someone about that just last night in fact! it is to what degree or another.

      Angel

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