Never having experienced a psychic reading before, your expectations may be skewed due to the enormous amount of misinformation about psychics, astrologers and numerologists, mediums, and other similar practitioners.
As in any industry, there are both treacherous and honorable practitioners in the psychic field. We’ve encountered both, though far more good ones than bad.
We recall the first time we consulted with a talented psychic, in the late 1980s. We didn’t know what to expect. Would she prognosticate doom and gloom? Would she be so vague we’d leave confused and with more questions than when we arrived? Would she see all our faults and criticize us?
Fortunately, none of the above transpired, and it was a wonderful, awe-inspiring session for each of us. The talented seer told us things she couldn’t possibly have known otherwise, and many of her predictions manifested, some more than 20 years later.
Since then, we’ve had and given countless readings, and we want you to be aware of the truth about the industry.
Below we outline several myths about intuitive practitioners.
1. Perhaps you’ve seen on-line advertisements to “bring back your lover” or stop a divorce, for example. Psychics can’t do that, no matter what they promise. Furthermore, dabbling with love spells or other black magic is a one-way ticket to demonic enslavement. Avoid trusting anyone who claims to be able to manipulate others in your life to your advantage. Psychics can’t erase karma. Also, your specialist may be able to tell you if your lover cheated on you, but if you have to ask a stranger, your relationship has probably seen better days.
2. No professional prognosticator knows everything, despite what you may be led to believe. Some parts of your life’s future he will divine with mastery, others will be a mystery to him so keep your expectations in check. Any pro that claims to know everything about your life probably isn’t worth your time.
Being half on the other side all the time, like some mystics are, doesn’t mean you can tap into any situation. It’s like watching TV; just because you’re tuned into one channel doesn’t mean you’re aware of everything that’s happening on every other channel.
Also, you’re not supposed to have advanced knowledge of some parts of your personal fate (including some of the rewards) because it may interfere with the ultimate outcome. Looking back on the information imparted to us many years ago, it’s clear now that the reader told us just enough to give us an idea of our respective personal fated paths, without flooding us with details.
As for the notion of “self-fulfilling prophesy,” once you actually have a session with a talented visionary, and look back on her big-picture prognostications years later, you will easily rule it out. It’s unlikely you attracted events and circumstances in your life just by getting an idea from a psychic. The truth is, she pierced the veil and identified details of your future personal fate.
Also, your subconscious is a potent force, but it lacks the power to, for example, make you experience key parts of your fate due to a seer “putting ideas in your head.” Life doesn’t work that way. If it did, you would “attract” every fantasy you dwell upon, no matter how unrealistic.
Furthermore, our findings stem from the process of informally observing the life events and circumstances of multitudes of subjects without telling them, in conjunction with tracking the patterns in their personal natal and timing charts. Consequently, the idea of “self-fulfilling prophesy” is immaterial.
3. No oracle is 100% accurate, so drop the notion that they should ace every single prophesy. Consider Wall Street investment professionals’ track records, or doctors’ diagnoses. Nobody expects them to be accurate 100% of the time (far from it), so avoid being too demanding of seers.
In our experience, a good diviner’s accuracy is about 60% or higher. For example, she may relay other-dimensional impressions to you about an important future project, but her timing of it may be off, even by years. It’s your job to meditate on the results to sift through the findings to identify the gems.
4. It’s a myth that only professional mediums have other-dimensional talent. Everyone has some degree of intuitive ability. Some of the most clairvoyant people we’ve met aren’t pros. One of the best ways you can increase your intuitive ability is through meditation.
5. As much as we appreciate our fellow professionals of the psychic arts, our findings show that the saying “nothing is set in stone” is a fallacy. Some Light workers may say it to give a client some breathing room, or as an attempt to sugarcoat the truth, but in the long run it’s damaging to subscribe to such a philosophy. The fact is, there’s a lot in life you can’t change, particularly the actions of other people.
Once you witness, as we have, the constant repetition of the patterns in the comprehensive astrology and numerology charts corresponding to personality traits and life circumstances, it’s easy to embrace the idea of immutable personal predetermination.
6. There’s nothing inherently demonic about prophecy, just as there’s nothing sinister about satellites mapping the surface of the planet, or economists forecasting monetary trends. Unless you’ve been living in a cave since birth (or have been brainwashed or are simply closed-minded), you recognize it’s perfectly virtuous to foretell the future, as long as you go about it honorably.
However, due to spiritual troublemakers, it’s always a good idea to protect yourself from dark forces by visualizing yourself surrounded in white Light and asking for protection and guidance from guides and archangels of the Light and, or whichever higher benevolent power you pray to.
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