Posts Tagged ‘psychic predict future’
This year, so far, has been a difficult time for many, not only for my clients, but for myself, as well. The static on the planet continues to increase. Actually, I first noticed the dramatic increase during the first week of June 2015, but today I want to focus on the year 2016.
In recent weeks, I felt the past resurfacing and washing over me like a surfer wave. For one thing, we are in a nine year in numerology, which denotes a year of goodbyes, endings, deaths and ultimately rebirth.
If you experience the past washing over you, as well, whether in the form of reliving past experiences, saying goodbye to some part of yourself that you no longer need, or letting an actual person from your past go, the point is to think about what these intense episodes are teaching you. What is the purpose – the lesson? Read the rest of this entry »
Every psychic has told a client something that has made the client doubt the psychic’s ability, and perhaps even sanity. I remember predicting that a high school friend was going to lose something valuable to him, and shortly after he would get into a car accident. I told him I knew he wasn’t using a seat belt and the loss of the something valuable would be the universe’s warning to start doing so. He looked at me like I was crazy.
A few months later he told me he lost his wallet, and he remembered what I said and it scared him enough to start using his seat belt. A few days later he and friend went over a cliff in his car. The police officer told him that he would have died, had he not been wearing his seat belt. Read the rest of this entry »
In my 30 years as a psychic, I have experienced the joy of assisting so many people on their journey. There’s no greater feeling of satisfaction than to be able to help someone become ‘unstuck’ in their life. To present enough of a future cushion to someone, that they feel confident in moving forward, and to assist someone in developing enough faith in themselves and the flow of life, to trust that most fears that they have about the future never come to pass, is a fulfilling task.
However, I’m finding lately that psychic readings are shifting in my practice. As the consciousness of the planet expands, so does the consciousness of the psychic reader. In the past most psychic readings could almost be formatted and they had a lot of the same elements: people were primarily looking to find love, or that perfect job, or to improve their living conditions. These matters remain the standard areas of concern – the areas that affect our very survival. The readings I did for many years rarely deviated from this norm. Read the rest of this entry »
When preparing for a psychic consultation, make sure you read the adviser’s profile, reviews and testimonials, especially if you have never read with the psychic before. This way you can get a general sense of client satisfaction, accuracy, and their style of delivery. Use your intuition when picking a psychic adviser. This is extremely important!
If the psychic has a lot of positive feedback, but one or two bad comments, don’t allow yourself not to read with the psychic. Nobody’s perfect and we do not always have a good connection with everyone. Read the rest of this entry »
Patience is valuable when we are seeking answers, because it allows us to continue on even though we may be seeing little, or no progress. Without patience we may give up our hopes and dreams, before the desired result appears.
When we don’t see results when we expect them, or exactly as they were predicted, this can lead to doubt. Our enthusiasm wanes, our attitude shifts, and so will the expected results. Patience gives us strength to endure and allows the desired result to appear in our being, and in the physical world.
Patience teaches us to look within. Looking within shows us our own responsibility in a situation. Taking responsibility helps us overcome obstacles that we face when trusting in the unseen. It also removes psychic and energetic barriers in relationships and shifts energy. When energy shifts it brings us closer to what we want and to the people that we want in our lives. Read the rest of this entry »
Tasseography is the art of reading the tea cup or coffee cup, otherwise known as tasseomancy or tassology. It originates from the Arabic word tasse, which means ‘cup’ or ‘goblet.’ This ancient form of divination is derived by reading the patterns of the tea leaves, coffee grounds and even wine sediments.
Although it is commonly associated with gypsy fortunetellers and crazy old cat ladies, it is a mysterious and ritualistic art with long history going back to ancient Greece. Tasseography developed independently throughout Asia, the Middle East and Greece. Modern tasseography was further seen throughout Scotland, Ireland and Eastern Europe. Read the rest of this entry »
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 »
When I was a kid, I lived on the end of a very long street. At the top of that same street lived the local tea-leaf reader. I wish I can remember what she looked like, but I vividly remember her house number scrawled in thick black marker on a piece of cardboard… and nailed to a tree. Of course, we all went to her for readings when we were teenagers, but I can’t for the life of me remember what she said to me during my reading.
Not surprisingly, tea-leaf reading as a method of divination, also known as tasseography or teomancy, goes way, way, back. It also makes sense that reading tea leaves follows the path of the cultural and economic practice of the trade of tea itself. Read the rest of this entry »