A talented psychic or medium is only half the equation to a great reading. Here’s how you can make the most of your time with your favorite psychic advisor:
1 – Ask Questions
If you went into a doctor’s office and said, “Okay doc, you figure it out,” you’ll find a lot of your time being wasted. The human body consists of many, many complex parts, and there could be several issues with any one of them. Sure, your doctor may notice your glands are a little swollen, or that your complexion looks a little flushed. But how would your doctor eventually know, without your participation, that the reason why you’re there is because you’ve been having headaches?
Tell your psychic what’s on your mind and what brought you to the table, especially if you’re paying by the minute. Once they’re able to lock into which energetic frequency will influence your situation, not only will they be able to give you your answer, but give details that can help you further. Read the rest of this entry »
“What’s that?” I asked in a hushed, fascinated whisper.
“I’m gonna show you, hold on a second,” she answered and pulled out these big cards. I thought my heart was going stop right there. I had never seen anything like them! They were big and they had colorful pictures, with those weird Roman numbers on the top. Some had names too, like “Death” and I was like, “whoa!”
“Carla,” I gasped, “what’s that?”
“These are called Tarot cards,” she said and fanned the deck in front of me like a carnival trick, except there was no trick. I was beside myself!
“What do they do? Is it like a game or something?” Read the rest of this entry »
There’s such a strong connection; I want to know how he feels about me?
Why is it that every time we get close, he pulls away and he won’t give me a commitment?
When will I hear from her again? I just know we’re so connected.
These are some of the typical questions I am often asked in psychic readings. But to me the obvious question should be: if you’re calling a psychic wondering what your love is thinking, feeling, or doing then how ‘connected’ can you really be?” Connection, by definition means: “joined; to show or think of as related”. So often, when we are consumed with the thoughts of another, we forget that there are other natural processes at work, like hormones, for example. Lust is pretty powerful stuff! If we don’t allow ourselves to become completely submerged in the intoxication, we can easily mistake it for love or connection – especially if they’re involved with someone else. Read the rest of this entry »
It just infuriates me how some authors and healers have capitalized on the concept of soulmates. They sell highly romanticized visions of ‘happily ever afters’ to the general public and feed the ‘love hungry’ with sugar-coated hope.
Can it a soulmate connection happen? Sure, absolutely! Anything is possible. One day you could look into the eyes of Mr. Destiny across the crowded room and hear the music swell, while your heart leaps out of your chest. And he can push everyone out of the way to rush towards you, like it happens in some perfume commercials! Then he might just hold you in his arms, before he whisks you away to marital bliss.
Yes, it can happen. But, like the majority of the population and due to the nature of our species, we’re most likely to have to kiss many frogs before we find our princes and princesses. It’s enough to make you croak…! Read the rest of this entry »
Fear of anything you don’t understand is a natural response. It warms my heart when I tell people what I do for a living, and they do ask. But, my ultimate answer to anyone who’s just simply afraid to find out what may be in the cards for their future is that once you know what’s coming, you have the power to change it. For most, this is eases their mind, but for some it just confirms that their choices are their own responsibility.
This is going to sound terrible, but you’d be amazed of how many people prefer to have decisions made for them. There’s a strange peace, I guess, to being dictated to and not having to risk making mistakes. You know who I’m talking about: the ones who vote the way others do, or can’t explain why they believe something other than, “So and so said…” These people may not necessarily be happy, per se, but they have very different stress levels than those who are more independent. Knowledge is power. But, for some, knowledge is just, “interesting.” Read the rest of this entry »
Caller: “Yeah, I’m curious as to why all these psychics have been telling me something was going to happen by a certain date, but it hasn’t?”
Psychic: “Are you following their advice?”
Psychic: “Are you going where they said it was going to happen or are you doing what you need to do to be ready to receive what you asked for?”
Caller: “Uh, well…”
Another version of the impatient call is what I call the The Big Panic: Read the rest of this entry »
Numerologically speaking the year 2012 has absolutely nothing to do with the world coming to an untimely end. Many of us can recall about ten years ago the ‘end of the world’ was originally calculated to occur in 2112. It was a much more intriguing date due to the palindrome pattern, which can be construed as physically illustrating that “as it was in the beginning, so it shall be in the end.”
A number of factors may have influenced the date change, but the most plausible and easily accepted theory is simple commercialism. Armageddon sometime sells better than sex (remember the Y2K Millennium bug panic?)
It was only recently that a private religious cult once again made international headlines by predicting and preparing for the Rapture that was to take place on May 20, 2010. They had sold thousands of pieces of merchandise, took in thousands of dollars in donations and savings, and gained hundreds of followers. Whether it be fear, or hope for freedom from the mundane, the followers were willing to sacrifice their lives and their livelihoods for the cause. And we all know how that turned out. Read the rest of this entry »