Your Powerful Self
Remember that you have free will in every moment of every day to choose the thoughts, words and actions that help create the experiences of your life. Because we each possess free will, no one can tell you your future absolutely. It’s fluid like water, not set in stone. Readers generally pick up patterns, tendencies and/or greater possibilities in your life based upon decisions you’re making on the day of the reading, which you have the free will to change. The reader’s role is to help you see creative possibilities, even within the limitations of what has been occurring in your life. Make your choices wisely from the information received in your reading but remember, others in the subject of your questions will be using their free will in making their choices, too. Another thing to remember that concerns others is privacy. When intuitively looking at someone else, they’re not an open book because everyone, at least in the metaphysical realm, maintains some amount of privacy. Would you want someone else psychically examining every minute detail of your life—how much money you make, how many sex partners you have? Likewise concerning privacy, a reader should always keep your readings confidential.
Readers should always be honest, up front and straightforward with you concerning the messages they receive on your behalf. You also need to be honest with your reader so you can receive the information you desire and have the best possible reading you can.
Because life isn’t all rainbows and unicorns, at times you’re going to receive information you may not like. Sometimes unexpected information can be revealed in a reading. That’s okay. You can handle it. The reader can help direct you to facing and overcoming the negative in creative and productive ways.
The Power of Words
Before you write down any questions you want to ask your reader, set your intention for the reading. Determine what areas in your life require assistance. For what issues can you utilize guidance? In writing your questions concerning the focus of your reading, your choice of words plays a big role in obtaining information that will help you the most. Long, drawn out questions that are really multiple questions phrased as a single question can produce confusing results. For example, “Will I marry my current boyfriend, or will I meet someone else I like better or am I going to remain alone?” That’s really three questions. Try to keep the words, “or” and “and” out of your questions to make your questions more direct. Your reader receives multiple intuitive impressions with one question that must be translated and communicated. Multiple questions phrased as a single question compound this process.
Avoid the passive “Will I?” questions:
- Will I ever get married?
- Will I change employers?
- Will I win the lottery?
Instead, ask more empowering questions whose answers can help guide you to act responsibly to help create the changes you want to see in your life:
- I’d like to get married someday. How can I bring the relationship I desire into my life?
- I don’t feel happy at my job. What’s the source of my dissatisfaction?
- What can I do to become more successful?
Avoid the doubt or reassurance “Should I?” questions. If you’ve already formed an opinion on something and want someone else’s support with that person’s opinion, you’re not helping yourself because you’re not open to whatever information is presented. For example, if you’ve already decided to stay with a partner that’s not treating you well, why would you ask a psychic about that person? The psychic will likely reveal less than glowing information about your partner and you might then get mad because negative information has been shared about someone you’ve already decided has your permission to stay in your life. Make the most of your time and money.
Instead of asking:
- Should I get a divorce?
- Should I buy a new house?
- Should I terminate my assistant?
- Why is my marriage failing?
- How can I make wise financial decisions for my future?
- What can I do to help motivate my assistant and create a more positive working relationship?
- When will I meet my special someone?
- Where will I find my next job?
- Who can I trust?
- What can I do to draw my special someone into my life?
- What can I do to attain my career goals?
- What can I do to form and maintain healthier relationships?
Packing Your Power
Get your questions ready before your reading and try not to interrupt the reader too much as this can break his or her connection with the metaphysical realm. The reader is acting as your translator and this requires concentration. You may find some of your questions answered before you ask them. Take notes or record your session. When unexpected things or certain topics arise in a reading it can generate emotion and, as a result, you may not have an accurate recollection of your reading. It can help to review your notes and/or recording later.
Relax. Take a few moments before your reading and take some deep breaths. Clear your mind and focus on opening yourself up to the information you’re about to receive. Let go of expectations. Let whatever happens happen.
If within the first ten minutes of your reading nothing you’re hearing is making any sense, speak up. Tell your reader nothing is making sense to you. The reader could be picking up on messages for someone in your house, a friend that is with you or the next caller. It doesn’t matter. Just stop the reader and reschedule your reading for another time.
Don’t become codependent on psychic readings. They can provide fascinating insights to help you on your life’s journey and help guide you to become more active and creative in your life, but after the reading you have to step up and LIVE YOUR LIFE. Prepare yourself for your reading, then review the results after your reading and take action to create the changes you desire. Have fun with the process.