Rainy Day Readings
Written by Alexandra Chauran. Copyright(c) 2008, PsychicRx, all rights reserved. Originally published as "Preparing For A Psychic Reading" on 6/20/2008 in PsyBlog.
"Is it going to be bad news? Please say it's not bad news" she pleaded, "I just can't handle any bad news right now!" A storm was raging outside the window as I told her to take care of herself first. I wanted her to be receptive and ready for a positive reading experience, but in her vulnerable state, neither one of us was ready to confront the answers she already knew were there.
You're all psychic, I have no doubt. Clients who are drawn to seek psychic advice do so because they have more intuition, not less! But in these days when trusting your gut is laughed at in many instances, it pays to find a trustworthy person on which to bounce your ideas and suspicions until they come to light. For this to work, both psychics, both you and your professional consultant, must be ready to explore the issues at work.
How can you, as an intuitive person, prepare yourself for intense exploration of an issue with your psychic? Begin by keeping a dream journal. This may seem like an unusual approach that is a lot of hassle, but it will do a lot to bring out your own psychic abilities. When you sleep, by definition you are passive and receptive, so when you wake up, make sure to have pen and paper within reach and write down what you remember immediately! It may not make sense at first, but patterns and your own rich bank of symbols will emerge.
When preparing for your in-depth reading to take place, pay attention to how your energies are affected by the environment around you. What phase is the moon? What is the weather like outside? How do you feel? Set up a quiet, uninterrupted time and place when all those factors are right and remove your shoes and socks to allow yourself to be grounded and receptive. The client who couldn't handle the news that was coming returned on a sunny day, ready to face her future when the moment was right.