Posts Tagged ‘psychic predict future’
When it comes to the Tarot, many people have a lot of reservations and even fears. They imagine old women sitting at a table with a crystal ball predicting doom, death and despair for their unfortunate client. Others believe the Tarot to be some kind of satanic fortune-telling tool that goes against the will of God and brings demons to their doorstep.
The list goes on and on about the suspicions and fears many have about the Tarot. But the truth is the Tarot is none of these things. Tarot cards are less of a fortune-telling tool and more of a guidance system. Their rich imagery tells a story and that story is the tale of each of our lives. The first card in Tarot is the Fool. The Fool represents the incarnated soul in the earth realm. The other cards that follow are all people, places and states of mind and spirit that the incarnated soul will encounter on its journey through this world. The Fool, or incarnated soul, represents each and every one of us in this life and tells the story of every individual. Read the rest of this entry »
As my proclivity tended towards telepathy in my work, I have tried to ‘train’ my clients to ask questions more presently focused on empathy, though I still may encounter questions about the future outlook from time to time and am happy to answer them. The problem I encounter is letting you know when the prediction will come true.
As readers we often commune as colleagues, and I know that many of us have a deep sense of responsibility to our clients. We worry quite a bit about the effects we have on our clients. We pay in karmic debt, what we have to tell you. We don’t take this lightly. I take the energy of the client with me after each reading, even if I don’t remember their name months down the line, I will remember their pain. So it’s important for me to try and leave a person feeling in control. Read the rest of this entry »
You call or go to visit a local psychic. The moment you make contact with the person you immediately ask, “So what’s going to happen with my job?” The psychic then lays out a few cards or listens intently to see what Spirit may be saying about this situation.
After a few moments, the psychic speaks and begins to give you information that is only half right or even way off the mark. You get perturbed and exit the reading proclaiming that the psychic was not gifted, or that you had no connection with the person giving you the reading. Read the rest of this entry »
For centuries the reading of tea leaves have been used as divination practice. To read tea leaves is an art and one must gain an understanding of the mystical meaning of the patterns of the leaves remaining in the cup, after drinking the tea.
In both ancient and modern times many have seek the wisdom of the tea leaves to know their fate. The divination practice of the tea leaf reading, also known as Tasseography, is very similar to reading the Tarot cards, runes and the crystal ball. All these tools are pathways to the psychic language of symbolism. Read the rest of this entry »
My first spiritual teacher said to me, at least a thousand times, “Words have power!”. It was hard for me to understand then what she was talking about, but that is no longer the case.
As a special needs teacher I soon learned the value of pictures as language. I had various deaf students who were unable (or had not been taught how) to speak. I also worked with kids with Asberger’s and autism. The same is true with a blind child – their most powerful asset is the ability to communicate to get what they want or need.
Living in a foreign country makes it imperative that I learn to at least say “bathroom” and “phone.” Well, maybe not phone if I have a phone that can go international, but a visitor certainly needs to know how to ask for a restroom. Without that information, he or she is unable to satisfy immediate needs. Read the rest of this entry »
I discovered this axiom years ago when reading quotes from major religions, and when I remember to keep it in the forefront of my mind and imagination, it works wonders on my perspective about what I find myself dealing with in everyday life.
We have the power to be in the middle of our lives rather than at the mercy of our lives, and the foundation of that power is perspective.
For example, the above proverb is all about perspective and personal power. Struggle is a fact of life. Challenges will always present themselves to us no matter what social position, education, or gifts we have. We can ask our higher power to help us have lighter burdens, or we can ask for the capacity to cope with what life brings (broader shoulders). And, the ironic thing is that asking for broader shoulders can actually change our perception of our burdens, making them seem lighter, and thus, changing our perspective. Read the rest of this entry »
We all have desires in life, and it’s natural to want happy outcomes and perfect endings to the stories in the book of our lives. But what happens when we have that, “I just know it’s going to work out” feeling, and then a psychic reading comes along and bursts our bubble?
Sometimes, when a person consults a psychic, they are sure that their ex-lover is going to come back, or that they are going to get that perfect job. They are looking for confirmation from the psychic that their own intuitions are accurate and everything is going to work out in an ideal way. But then, when the psychic foresees pitfalls and problems, the person can become discouraged, or even angry. This is when many claim that the psychic was not accurate, or could not connect to their situation. And this is also when some psychics tend to smile sweetly at their client and begin to sugar coat the reading. Both of these reactions however, are completely unwarranted. Read the rest of this entry »
Ironically, there was a psychic lady who lived about four miles down the road who told her she was going to meet someone who lives nearby, that he also does psychic readings and that we were going to get married. She told her several other things too. She said this man you will meet went to the same high school, you have a past work connection with his family and he will one day help your sister in a time of need.
A year after we got married, we discovered that my wife used to work for my cousin Charley and that her brother is the supervisor at the same workplace. So, later that night I called my cousin and he confirmed all of it for us. Read the rest of this entry »