·Your wisdom/intuition: You have a lot of valuable information from your own
experience and intuitive knowing. Don’t keep this from your reader. A reading is
a co-created experience, and I’d rather discuss issues with my clients than have
them listen in complete silence.


A psychic reading is a shared and,
as I mentioned, a co-created experience. New clients, especially if they’ve
never had any kind of reading, may think they shouldn’t share anything so they
can prove the psychic is “real.” Though you can take this road, I think it’s a
waste of valuable reading time and your money.Many psychics don’t actually
receive information about your dead childhood pets, the initials of your first
boyfriend, or what your computer password is. This doesn’t mean they won’t have
valuable information to share with you or won’t give accurate guidance.


During the reading, it’s likely that there will be an interplay of the psychic
asking you questions and then relating the information they receive. The more
you participate in the reading, the better your advisor can tune his or her
“antenna” to get information that is relevant to you. There is a lot of data
floating around out there, and not all of it is helpful at the time of your

Know too, that you won’t always get the answers you want or perhaps even won’t
get answers at all about a specific topic. Sometimes it isn’t in your highest
good for you to know the outcome of a situation.


For relationship questions or any question that involves the free will of
another person, realize that it is hard to get definitive answers. Because you
and the other person are making free will choices at every moment, what a
psychic sees as likely today may change tomorrow if either you or the other
person goes in a new direction.

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.