Category: psychic readings
Q: How do I prepare for a psychic reading? Are there any things I should do to ensure that the reading is good? How normal is it to be nervous before speaking to a psychic, medium or spiritual counselor? Should I write questions down in advance, or just go and let it flow….without preparing at all?
Here are some good suggestions from around the web on tips for calling (or visiting) a psychic. My best advice, is to simply relax, stay outcome oriented (on what you’d like to come out of the reading, specifically with one or two primary goals or takeaways) and don’t put too much pressure on yourself (or the psychic) before, during or after the reading. Keep an open mind, but no so open that your brains fall out! Stay within budget……and don’t allow yourself (ever) to believe that you need to invest in additional services to get a message from spirit, or information about the future. No reputable spiritual professional will do that, and there is always time in the future to consider further action, if it feels like a path to pursue.
Check out more psychic reading tips here – or read some additional ideas from around the web below.
1. Prepare Mentally
What’s on your mind that caused you to make an appointment for a reading? A day or so before your session take a little time and think about the questions you’d like to ask, or the areas you’d like to cover during your appointment.
If your session is with a spiritual medium, this step is even more important. In your mind, imagine making an appointment with your dearly departed loved one to meet you at the time of your reading.
2. Be Relaxed
It’s totally normal to be nervous prior to a reading. (I always ask new clients if they are nervous before we begin and 99% say yes). However, it really helps the energy flow in a session when you are relaxed.
If you arrive at your session and find that you are a bundle of nerves, take a few minutes and talk to the reader. Tell them you are nervous and spend a few minutes making small talk. This will often be enough to help put you at ease.
– See more at: http://www.psychic-readings-guide.com/powerful-psychic-reading.html#sthash.HPHtflOQ.dpuf
Are you having precognitive or spiritual dreams? How do you interpret them? Do they seem super real…..or like a hallucination?
One of our favorite topics is dream interpretation, especially when they have a psychic or spiritually significant component. Check out the very cool dream experience reported a few days ago by the founder of WordPress.Org (the software that runs this, and millions of other blogs) and let us know if you’ve had a similar spiritually significant dream, but haven’t told anyone about it!
Have you ever had a psychic or spiritual dream and couldn’t quite figure out what it meant? Have you ever been visited by a dead relative in a dream that felt MORE real than real? Do you wonder whether it’s just the subconscious at work……or a vivid hallucination, rather than a genuinely “paranormal” or spiritual experience?
We get lots and lots of questions about what are often called “dream visitation experiences” and they remain one of the most common forms of after death communication there is. (some studies suggest that more than 50% of people will have this sort of incredibly lucid dream at some point of their lives, and that these dreams often involve, or occur, right after the death of a loved one)
– See more at: http://famouspsychicmediums.com/2015/10/psychic-dream-meaning/#sthash.MP0LU4Bx.dpuf
Q: Can a psychic tell me if I’m going to find true love? Can a reading tell me if I’ve found my soulmate? Can a psychic help me get back with my boyfriend? And how accurate are relationship psychics, anyway?
Any of these questions sound familiar? The truth is, we get more questions from our subscribers about LOVE and relationships than just about any other type of issue at all. When it comes down to it, most people are most concerned about matters of the heart than anything else, and as we believe that experiencing (and expressing) LOVE is in fact the true meaning of life, this is a good thing as well.
Here are a few do’s and dont’s for psychic relationship readings.
Don’t take what the intuitive says as LAW. There is always lots of gray in most psychic feelings, and there is no reader who is ever 100 percent right, 100 percent of the time. (and if they tell you they are, it’s a good idea to go the other way.)
Avoid psychcs who talk about casting spells, or casting curses, or who tell you they can perform magic. They can’t….and while a good reading can do amazing things for your own insight, information and provide great guidance for what to do next, no legitimate clairvoyant can manipulate the outcome of events at a distance.
Do keep an open mind, but DON’T let your brains fall out! I’ve seen too many people make foolish mistakes when it comes to relationships, and this same thing extends to a reading to fix or salvage that relationship. If it feels too weird or wild, no matter what a psychic tells you to do, use your own common sense and intuitive wisdom to guide you.
Lastly, DO believe that everything in life happens for a reason, and that you can get great gifts from EVERY experience. (this includes relationships, even the ones that don’t always end the way you want them to, or end when you want them to continue) The truth is, everyone in your circle is there for a reason, and serves a divine purpose in the adventure that is your life. This includes every encounter….and if you can truly learn to love, and be grateful for everyone you meet, the universe will lead you in the direction of your destiny, I promise. (and this means for ALL of us, the unconditional love that we are all here to experience)
For some more on love and relationship readings from around the web, check out the other articles below.
Tamara, who lives in London, says she can use her ‘intuitive perception’ to help people in situations where they may not see clearly – for instance if a physical attraction is clouding judgement on whether a man is a suitable life partner or if anger or misunderstanding is causing friction in a relationship.
She explains: ‘Some situations are difficult to handle when you are in there. I can give some clarity and peace of mind.
‘Someone might come to me and say: “Tamara, I came to you and I had no idea what was going on in this situation, I didn’t understand this person’s actions or feelings but I am walking away now understanding why things have been as they have been, knowing why he behaves how he does”.’