I want to help you understand the process a psychic goes through during a reading. And that sometimes, simply answering yes or no, or a one blurb sentence will not benefit the client. We have to go deeper.
A truly beneficial reading should include an exchange of information. Questions and answers from both parties. Once the client understands why we as psychics are asking questions, you will find yourself far more satisfied with the reading; left with hope, understanding and a plan of action to move forward.
Here’s a prime (very shortened) sample reading. The name Susie is used purely as an example and does not reflect an actual customer.
Susie: “How does John feel about me? He’s been distant lately”.
Psychic Andi: (I find myself flooded with lots of emotions and feelings) “John is somehow intimidated by you, and he’s feeling guilty about something.”
Susie: “Why? I’m not mean or bossy. Wait, why is he guilty, what did he do?”
Psychic Andi: “First, don’t panic, let’s get to the bottom of this together. What is your relationship to John?” (John may be your brother, your husband, or your coworker and I really need clarity to best interpret the feelings I’ve received, and help YOU with how best to move forward.)
Susie: “He’s my husband, why would he be intimidated by me? Why is he feeling guilty?”
Psychic Andi: “I’m not sensing an affair or anything like that. Have you recently been putting more than your normal share in, around the house? I sense he’s feeling inadequate, and intimidated. Instead of being able to tell you that openly, he’s feeling vulnerable and pulling back.”
Susie: “Well, I guess so. He’s been out of work and I’ve been putting in extra hours at work to make up for it. But he’s been on a few interviews, but jobs seem tight. We have two young children, but they always seem to want me when I get home, and I know that upsets him. I still don’t understand how I intimidate him. I haven’t been mean to him at all”
Psychic Andi: (It all makes perfect sense now) “Correct, you haven’t been mean. In fact, my guides tell me you’ve been very supportive. Working extra hours, not complaining, jumping in to take care of the kids when you get home. He may feel like he let his family down, and in a strange way intimidated by your success with work and the kids. He feels guilty that you are taking on all of this extra stuff. Does that make sense?”
Susie: “Wow, I guess it does. What do I do?”
Now we can focus on moving forward. If we hadn’t had the exchange of questions and answers, chances are we wouldn’t have gotten to this point. You might have angrily hung up, perhaps assuming your husband was having an affair and that’s why he was pulling away. So very far from the truth.
And for that, I implore you… please let us ask questions. Engage in the process. It allows us to gain more clarity to the situation, to what we’re sensing, and how best to guide you.