So, you've made the decision to hire the services of an Intuitive Advisor. Where's the first place most people turn? Why, the ever-expanding internet of course. While fate may be kind, leading you straight to someone you could only hope for, there are ways to ensure you are making the best informed decision possible
Psychics and mediums seem to be everywhere. And, while having your own personal advisor is not only widely acceptable these days but chic, there are ways to get a good sense of what you will be getting, ahead of time.
First, believe it or not, what you see is pretty much what you will be getting. You just have to be honest with yourself about what you are seeing. If you find a psychic who advertises inflated and powerful promises, chances are you will get not only an inflated bill towards the end as well, but a 1000 reasons why you will need to come back in order to fulfill those promises mentioned.
Beware, beware of the psychic that instills fear or solicits magic artifacts such as candles, beads and curse removability. The only person that can succesfully remove cycles of negativity is you. As spiritual beings, we are always empowered. That's the way we are designed. A psychic will only be able to sense positive and negative energies, where those energies are saturated or blocked and help you to redirect them, if you are willing. Candles and other items are simply tools to set the mood.
Also, try to stay away from 1-800 numbers. You should always be able to make some type of personal contact with the advisor of your choice ahead of time whether it is by phone or email. Like any service, Dr., teacher, architect or restaurant for that matter, it's important to have a good fit so that you're at ease, making the experience as open and enjoyable as possible, but try not to take advantage of the free time an advisor has to work with. They don't all lounge around in their pajamas with blue-tooth strapped to their head.
Finaly, pay attention to price and if you plan on having more than one session see if there is a discounted rate. The intuitive world has't any elitist references. The information that comes through doesn't get any more qualified because you spent $300 - $500 or even $1000 when you could have spent $50 - $75.
And, these go without saying, but never forget the power word of mouth and personal research has to offer with anything we do.