Fake Psychics

When attempting to connect with a psychic with whom you feel a comfortable relationship, you will likely run into a few who just aren’t as “real” as they might first appear. Real psychic advisors are out there and you have to keep alert and trust your intuition.

Perhaps the most fake of all would be those who continue to milk you for money.  The first reading isn’t enough, they say.  You need this protection spell or curse relief or other type of reading, they say.

Don’t listen. If you have a reading and your psychic urges you to invest in other tools or things (s/he happens to offer) because you have a curse on you or need some other service, think carefully before reaching for your credit card. 

Many networks and corporate companies out there push ready-written scripts at their “psychics”. The per-minute fees are pushed to the max and return calls are encouraged.  When so many people are taking calls, the likelihood of developing a rapport with someone becomes slim. The likelihood of your phone bill inflating becomes greater.

If you are seeking an in-person psychic in your area, be sure to take someone with you if you’re unfamiliar with the psychic.  Your safety comes first. Again use your intuition and if the person feels uncomfortable to you, leave. It’s unlikely that will change.

Fake psychics will provide all kinds of minutiae about their talents.  One page is plenty.  If the bio runs on, chances are some of it is crap. 

There are different kinds of talents out there.  Some of us have a number of them, others specialize in a few or single gifts.  They are all gifts, and if real, can have some pretty incredible outcomes. 

What it comes down to is that you may have to go through a few toads before you meet the psychic advisor with whom you feel connected.  Don’t get discouraged.  There are many of us out here who have genuine gifts that could be of benefit to you..  


© J Thompson 

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