I heard an interesting comment the other day, and this reminded me of the theatrics and magic expected when doing psychic work. I think it was along the lines of “not sounding psychic” because the client wanted me to predict outlandish events. I was not sure. I can only assume it’s because I do not sugar coat my readings.
Words like romance and twin flame are not often used by me, as I believe romance can come in emotional and unrewarded forms, as well as the obvious sexual connotations. I do not believe in soulmates, I believe in the state of the soul. I also don’t often state the outcome “getting married,” for example, as people generally do not marry these days.
I do however love vocabulary and I will use it to describe someone, and this is where the ‘taste test’ comes in, where you can dip into your loved one’s soul flavor and devour their essence. This is what I am very good at, since I am a personality profiler.
When someone has a fairly even, grounded, uneventful life due to work, children or study, an outcome may not change radically within a brief time frame. Occasionally, I will get an ‘outlandish’ prediction, which I think some clients like to hear. Yet, often times life can be quite, may I say, ‘boring’ for many of us? And when people hear these unusual outcomes, it’s even more alarming.
For example, a reading that states, “You will meet a rich CEO from a Fortune 500 company” will not make much sense to an older person stuck in the rural outback, for example. If they cannot imagine it, it will fall upon deaf ears even if it is good news. Even for me, a seasoned receiver of bad news, actually getting a reading, I would have to be extremely flexible and open minded. Often times outcomes are not at all what we anticipate or expect, and often they are good. They are just not the outcome the client wanted. This need is lined up to their personal life expectations, or what they have been taught to need.
I think for too long I have remembered the experiences when I called psychics myself to research my work. I did this informal ‘research’ to understand my colleagues and what they were marketing. I did find that the readers were good, but probably had to be categorized. Some fit into spiritual counseling (which I do not offer ), clairvoyance (a generic term for psychic work in general, with or without tools ), mediumship (a specific talent to facilitate communication with the spiritual realm), telepathy (which is what I do), cartomancy (card reading) and astrology, as well as other methods of divination.
An astrologer for example is only reading a chart. They may know the history behind all of the Greek myths, they may be mathematicians, they may be interested in cartography or maps.
You see, some of the very best readers do not offer clairvoyance. These readers do not often claim to be ‘psychics’ yet the results will be the same as a psychic. A psychic may simply opt out of reading from tools, as they may simply prefer a more organic form of connecting, whereas some readers flourish with an organized system of their own.
Tarot card readers too tend to be system oriented. The interpreter or reader will get keywords. Many tarot readers have different keywords. Occasionally they differ based on the deck, but mostly they are similar.
I cannot emphasize more the importance of asking the right questions. To me, questions should be posed in only a few ways to get the right answer to a situation. To me the best questions are:
Tell me about Mark? – this will usually tell you everything about him: his job, his relationships, his children, his fears, his feelings for you, and all and sundry in his life.
What does he feel for me? – this is specific to you
Will there be communication? - this helps with time lines and also continuity clues in the relationship.
What is the possible outcome? – this will reveal a limited time frame which is unique to each caller: sometimes days if it is a close and rapidly developing situation, or months for slower ones.
Questions that are general, and many of us readers reiterate this, do not work as well. It’s like being in a computer. You ask to look at the main drive, yet you do not specify which folders.
If you want to look through ‘documents’ before you have formed your question, to create a question, you will be looking through your folders longer. Yet if you specify what you want to look at, a specific document or picture for example, you must try and ask for that. You will find that in a specific folder, because you now know the question. Asking to look at the entire ‘drive’ doesn’t always work, as it is a working model for the present content of your computer and includes hardware specifications for example, in other words a lot of unnecessary information.
When approaching me for a reading, please remember I do not wish to moralize. I do not wish to judge. I am simply reading out information that is ‘printed’ on cards that I will intuit, depending, on the fit with the client. We always are highly aware of the stress you are experiencing. We try and guide you to the right questions, we will try and give you the best answers, yet there are those that cannot even take ‘yes’ for an answer either.
All in all, just remember to read the profile descriptions for each reader on the psychic website, as each psychic has their own unique talent and may not perform on cue if you are expecting a reading that they have not advertised.
About The Author: Carmen’s waking dreams have provided accurate glimpses into the future for celebrities as well as political and international figures. Her non-judgmental, Empathic approach, as well as her unique method of Tarot reading, affords her the reputation as a groundbreaker in her field. This European born Canadian is the first online psychic to promote the idea of Empathy and emotional thought transference, and she has written a great deal on the subject. For a comprehensive Intuitive reading that will transform your life, you can find Carmen at PsychicAccess.com.
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