Make an informed choice. If you are new to getting readings or wanting to try
out a new psychic, do take the time
to look over profiles or their website. If you don’t care about angels, don’t
choose an angel practitioner; if you are interested in past lives, look for a
reader who lists that as one of their strengths or interests. Do look at photos
and if you don’t resonate with the way someone presents themselves, choose
someone else. While this may sound superficial, it’s important that you feel
comfortable. If a Goth look makes you nervous, pick the
psychic that just looks like an
everyday Jane. Likewise, for gender; if you know you have authority issues with
men, don’t choose a male psychic!


•Don’t play “test the psychic.”Many
new clients want some kind of proof that their psychic is “real.” This is
legitimate but know that not all psychics are able to scan for existing facts.
This doesn’t mean they don’t have real ability. The more time you take playing
around, the less time you have to spend on issues that are important to you.


•Be open. I can’t stress this enough! If you come into a reading determined not
to tell your reader anything and with a closed, skeptical mindset, your reader
will be hindered by that energy. A closed mind is the energetic equivalent of a
locked door. It’s a waste of time and money to approach a reading this way.


A psychic reading is just like any other professional interaction you might
have, but it’s also deeply personal. Though a psychic isn’t a therapist, many
clients report the same kind of relief and reward as when they visit a trusted
counselor. Your willingness to be honest, participate, and also keep a sense of
proportion and fun will help you have a fulfilling, fruitful reading.

Author's Bio: 

Jackie Williams has worked for as a manager overlooking the talent department for a prominent new age communications company. Later as the internet developed, she diversified her recruitment specialty to server global clients for a internet based spiritual network.
She attained her Master of Arts in Anthropology from Northern Arizona University and her BA from Hunter College.