Posts Tagged ‘top psychics’
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 »
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 »
I have been an avid student of Edgar Cayce’s work since my youth. My advice to the younger generation, as well as newcomers of all ages who are interested in metaphysics and psychic phenomena: please read about Edgar Cayce. He is the most documented psychic in history. Study his material; much has been written about him.
Edgar Cayce was born in 1877 and came from a southern Protestant background. He studied the Bible and displayed psychic and mediumship abilities from a young age. He could talk to his deceased grandfather at the age of seven. He was lucky enough to have an open-minded mother, who recognized and nurtured her son’s special gifts. 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 »
Being psychic is both a gift and a skill. The gift to receive psychic messages in the various ways they can manifest is not unlike being gifted to compose music or design architecture, or having a special talent for Olympic sports performance. People are born with many different gifts and abilities.
The skill to excel at interpreting psychic messages, on the other hand, has to be developed through years of practice. This is similar to practicing the skills and techniques required to be an excellent composer or architect, or training towards becoming an Olympic athlete.
Anyone can make up a melody, draw a picture of their dream house or swim in the local community pool. Similarly, anyone can have be intuitive or have a gut feeling about something that eventually comes true. Read the rest of this entry »
Over the years, with the advent of the Internet, much of what continued to improve my Tarot reading abilities was the online community and other readers teaching me. Some of the best mystic teachings have been conducted through Tarot community forums and newsgroups. This has produced a generation of new readers and I am often most delighted to hear my clients comment on the cards I offer up, even hearing their own interpretations.
So, one has to ask, why is a Tarot reader needed in the first place, if it has become so accessible to read one’s own cards? Read the rest of this entry »
Bad Psychics! They are all bad. Really? I have had ghastly doctors, handymen, dentists, and teachers. But are the people in these varied professions all bad? No! One must always look for good people in any field. It took me two years to find a great car mechanic. The same principle applies to finding a reputable psychic.
Are there bad psychics and scam artists out there? Yes, no doubt. Sadly, there are even more bad therapists and counselors. Many emotionally disturbed people become therapists, rather than dealing with their own pain. The best way to find a reliable psychic is to get a recommendation from someone you trust. One of the main reasons I enjoy working at Psychic Access is because people can look at my review section and see numerous reports regarding my work. Read the rest of this entry »
After so many years, psychics are finally being introduced into the mainstream and are being allowed to express their beliefs and teachings. You can walk anywhere and find amateur psychics doing readings for their friends in coffee shops and restaurants. Many of my clients are teaching themselves to read. Yet, how good are they really?
When you look at the list of professional psychics on Psychic Access, I can tell you that we have known and worked with each other as a group, encouraged each other, informed each other and developed our craft over more than a decade, despite the fact that most of us also work as individual consultants. Many of us have our own businesses, books and websites. Many of us genuinely care for our clients and are not being swept up into a trend. We were struggling for years to get to this point of being accepted professionally. Read the rest of this entry »