Posts Tagged ‘phone psychic’
Many online psychics use a divination tool to make it easier to give an accurate psychic reading in the shortest amount of time. That is why I am always surprised when I get a 6-minute call come in and the first thing the person says is, “Do you need my birthday?”
I have been doing Astrology readings my entire life; my mother raised me to think that everyone’s mother read Astrology. Therefore, I know that having six eight-hour days, 48 hours, is about what it takes to do a really well-researched, customized Astrology reading – not six minutes.
Yes, modern technology does make it possible to do a “cut and paste” Astrology reading using modern software in about 15 to 30 minutes, but certainly not six! The best I can do is some general comparisons between two people or overall comments, but not a custom reading. Read the rest of this entry »
At the end of each call, after each connection or contact with my client, there is often this point where I can see in the cards what she is thinking about as we disconnect. It sometimes happens when we have communication problems, like a low battery, or a dropped connection.
I feel like there are so many disconnected communications due to the number of people I have been able to help, and many of the stories go unfinished. Many of us phone readers do wonder: What happened to you? Are you okay now? Were we correct? Were we helpful?
I have not only counseled my clients, but I have garnered their ideas and fielded their questions. There are billions of unfinished sentences. Brilliant minds and souls burn only to lose their ideas to the mass consciousness of our ether – the net – the moods of others we now call our own. Read the rest of this entry »
It used to be so simple 20 years ago to call on my spirit guides to aid me in helping others. I would grab my Tarot cards, a pretty shawl to cover my small reading table, a donation jar, and a couple of chairs. Armed with these items, I would then head out for a day at a local psychic fair.
There would be people lined up all day long for psychic readings. About four to six psychics would be at their individual tables in a park, or inside a metaphysical store. We would laugh, cry, and get excited about the stories we were given by our guides to relay to the seekers sitting across from us. We might have some sun or rain to deal with, but little else to make the process difficult. At the end of the day, we would all say how fulfilled we felt. Then we would head home. Read the rest of this entry »
This time I heard a deeply concerned mother say, “My five-year-old boy is having issues at school”. My heart chakra opened up wide, like a massive old wooden door. Every square inch of my body was totally hanging on the slightest sound from that mother’s lips, while my Spirit Guide was forming a sentient image in my mind’s eye of this little guy and his social challenges.
His mother continued, “And then the teacher puts him in the corner and tells him he is a bad boy.” Oh my goodness! My heart was bleeding for this tiny 5-year old. What kind of a person can even think of putting a label like that on a young child? I gasped at her words and struggle to find my own, as I looked to my Spirit Guide and beg for the right words to come out of my mouth. Read the rest of this entry »
Thank you, dear client, for choosing me to support and guide you during your time of need. Thank you for trusting me and thank you for trusting yourself enough to make that phone call, or click the chat button. Reaching out is the first step towards touching your own soul.
Thank you, Psychic Access, for giving me such a great forum to do my work that I so love to do. Tarot readings, astrology charts, counseling, I am so grateful to be helping others through the dark night of the soul, or celebrating the lightness of their day. I am given that spiritual and professional freedom at Psychic Access. Having worked in this business a very long time, like all the other psychic readers and spiritual advisors on this network, I can truly say it doesn’t get much better than this. Read the rest of this entry »
Michael, like many people, had his share of problems. He had a very friendly personality, and he was always upbeat during our sessions and tried to earnestly follow any advice that I gave him.
I knew immediately upon hearing his voice on the phone for the first time that he was a very old soul, who had experienced many trials in order to endure his current incarnation. His current incarnation carried a very addictive personality. Michael is an alcoholic. He admits to this freely and we often discussed how his disease affected his life, as well as his relationships with other people that were close to him. Read the rest of this entry »
Questions like, “Do you predict pregnancy accurately?” I find amusing. Why not ask, “What questions don’t your spirit guides answer correctly?” That question makes no sense, of course, because there is no question they will not answer unless the seeker should not have the information, for some reason, we mortals do not understand.
What is the Best Question?
It is the wise seeker who says, “What do you see?” and then anticipates hearing back parts of a puzzle. Every reading is a puzzle to be solved. The psychic has to figure out several considerations: Read the rest of this entry »
Myth 1: The deck must be wrapped in silk
This is simply not true. The silk supposedly protects the deck from negative energies. I’ve had my cards for years and have never wrapped my cards or hidden them away in special bags, boxes, or wrapped them in any material of any kind. It has not had any negatively affected my Tarot readings in any way.
Myth 2: No one else should handle your cards
This is something that is really up to the individual, because some readers prefer to have their clients shuffle the cards, while others prefer to do the shuffling themselves. I’ve done it both ways, and I can honestly say that it makes no difference in my readings whatsoever. Reading for someone over the phone there’s no way they can shuffle their own cards, but they can focus on their intent and questions. Read the rest of this entry »