When you're seeking an
ongoing advisory relationship with your personal psychic, choosing a
psychic consultant you feel comfortable with is paramount to getting the
most out of the experience.
The most important tool in
the pursuit of a good personal psychic is your intuition. It's
important that you listen to that little inner voice that all too many
have a tendency to ignore. Our intuition never lets us down,
provided we open ourselves up to listening. So as you seek a spiritual
advisor, you will begin with how the person "feels" to you.
Networks are a personal
choice, but the "psychics" associated with huge business
ventures can be so numerous that a relationship on any advisory level is
The per-minute system also
sets off alarms for many who simply want some questions answered and a
fair honest reading. Too many times, people find that although
2.99 a minute may sound reasonable, the bill can add up in no time.
When you're looking for
someone to trust with knowledge of your life, you want someone who has a
feeling of integrity, who presents themselves without the flash of
corporate psychic empires and who doesn't promise the world.
Psychics have had a
Hollywood image for too long and most of it is hogwash. The most
important thing you must remember is that psychics are people. We
have lives, loves, schedules and require sleep on occasion :)
We're not mind readers or miracle workers.
endorsements can be faked and often are. They are not a
trustworthy indication of the strength of a particular psychic.
"References" are the same. Anyone can fake a set of
friends as references and be cautious of any psychic who gives out
client info. You might want to reconsider using their service.
Client confidentiality applies with any type of advisory position.
Ultimately you can't really
know for sure about any psychic, online or in person. You can
trust your intuition and go with the one that feels most comfortable to
you. Be patient. Once you find the right psychic advisor for you,
you'll enjoy an ongoing and enlightening relationship.
© J Thompson
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