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For most people the rule of thumb for choosing a psychic seems to be accuracy. Again and again, over the years, I have asked clients why they had chosen me to read for them, and the majority of time the response has always been, “Because your reviews reflect a high level of accuracy.”
I understand the logic behind the choice, but is it really that simple? Over time, some clients would drift away, while others would continue reading with me, sometimes for years. So, obviously there was something more, something deeper to the connection than just my level of accuracy.
The second deciding factor for clients appears to be referral, or word-of-mouth. If a friend had a great reading with a particular psychic, understandably one would be moved to check the psychic out for yourself. Yet, there still seemed to be something more in the mix, something that I could not put my finger on. Read the rest of this entry »
Yet, with the trail of live commentary on the Internet and the feedback system on websites, a lot of fraud has been prevented and eliminated in recent years. Most of our clients usually come back to us, because we have a history and reputation for accuracy.
The realm of phone psychics is a deep world of intelligent, successful and curious women who love to talk, but often I have found them to be the most insightful friends and teachers I have had the pleasure to engage with. When we establish a relationship with a client we begin a mutual spiritual journey and an experience in trust. Read the rest of this entry »
Getting psychic readings from the wrong people can wreak havoc in your life. Don’t trust everyone that claims to be a psychic or a medium. Not everyone has the metaphysical gifts to read into the future, or speak to departed souls on the other side.
True psychics and mediums are always empathetic to people’s needs and a reading with them should always be a calm and uplifting experience. Do genuine psychics always get it right? No, sometimes they do not. But they are always truthful, either way. The true psychic will always be completely honest with the client, not just give them stories. They will not simply tell you what you prefer to hear. And they will admit when they are not sure, or when they feel no real connection with your energy. Read the rest of this entry »
Gifted clients sometimes call me to ask how to develop their psychic abilities. My answer is always the same, connect with like-minded people so that you can openly share, learn and practice.
Where to find these people is usually the next question. Well, you found me for starters! Something bigger than all of us directed you to me. More will follow. At times it is not necessary for you to seek. As the saying goes, when the student is ready the teacher will appear…
Driving has always been my escape. Cranking up the music, opening the windows, becoming one with my car. It is where I do my best thinking. Unconsciously, I am aware of my surroundings. I’ve always been a safe driver. But consciously my mind is sometimes in high gear. When I’m on the road I unwind, develop ideas, mull over dramas, laugh at the ridiculous, and most importantly, enjoy my own company. Read the rest of this entry »
As with any other professional, choosing the right psychic reader for you can be a tricky process. Just like you wouldn’t want your dentist or auto mechanic to be the wrong fit, neither should your chosen psychic!
The best approach to take is to trust your instincts. Know what you are looking for in your reader. Do you want answers to specific questions? Are you trying to commune with the spirit of a loved one? Hoping to learn more about yourself? These are all important questions, as no two readers are alike, and the more tailored your search for a psychic, the more likely you are to find the best match.
Don’t be afraid to “interview” potential readers. The good ones are professionals and will not be offended, as long as you approach them in a diplomatic, respectful manner. Maybe you won’t like the first person you contact, but if you keep at it, chances are you will find the right one. It’s a lot like dating! Read the rest of this entry »
Ten years ago I created a series of seminars called Change Your Mind, Change Your Life. The basis of the formula was “what you think you become” and “what you think about you create.” I wanted to integrate being psychic with helping to propel people toward a life that they truly loved, and to have what they truly wanted.
The two most potent forms of energy are thought and feeling. Thoughts are cosmic energy waves that penetrate through time and space. These thought forms can last lifetimes, without us really understanding the impact and power we have in being co-creators. What we think about manifests into words. Words manifest into actions, which become our habits, and habits become our character. Character becomes our destiny. Read the rest of this entry »
I was recently watching a TV show featuring Cesar Millan, the “Dog Whisperer.” He was working with an animal communicator who was able to read her dog, but could not “talk” to him – at least not in ways the dog understood!
Watching the program, I was struck by behaviors displayed by the pet psychic that I have seen quite often in other walks of life. We humans want everyone and everything to understand and accept what we say, from our perspective. In psychology we call this “being egocentric”, and it is a developmental stage common in a two year old.
You have to laugh, no?
Animal communicators can understand what animals say, however do not assume they have the skill to then talk to the animals in ways that have meaning for them. The same principle applies to psychics and mediums reading humans. Read the rest of this entry »
“What’s my Life’s Mission?” Really? Many people seem to want to find their “life’s mission” these days. But let’s look at this question… and the shame that lays beneath it.
What is the “mission” of a rose? Or a purring cat? Does the sunrise need a mission? As if we are not good enough to exist without “doing” something that is big enough to get noticed, and acknowledged as a mission. And, as if we have some say in defining how we serve Spirit.
We merely need to be the best rose, sunrise, platypus, worm, ant (you get the picture) that we can be. If we have a “bigger mission,” we can trust Spirit to let us know. In the meantime, let’s do what is in front of our face. As Zen often states, “chop wood, carry water.” Eat well. Heal your childhood issues. After all, we picked our family of origin for that reason – to stir up Soul issues we need to work on in this lifetime. Read the rest of this entry »