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Getting The Most From A Reading
If you’re considering a reading in the near future, there are a few things you can do ahead of time to get the most meaningful experience possible!
A successful reading doesn't require a lot of "bells and whistles." It's simply a bridge of opportunity, where essential pieces of information pass between dimensions, through an individual sensitive enough to translate, allowing for closure or meaningful direction in a person's life.
To start, you'll want to decide what you're looking for. Is there a particular area in you life causing concern? Are you wanting to re-connect with a loved one? Both? A clear idea helps both the seeker and Clairvoyant to know where to focus their mental energies. Think of it like standing in the middle of a doughnut hole. You'll get to where you're going much faster if you're both facing the same direction!
Another area of concern is cost! Although the process in which a Clairvoyant gets their information is every bit as unique as the individual themselves, the size of a check doesn't make the information come any quicker. It is customary to pay for any service, but a $1,200 reading flows from the same channel as a $25 - $75 reading. You'll need to decide whether or not a trademark or high-tagged items in general are important to you.
A good fit is also something to keep in mind. How comfortable you are with a person can dramatically effect the degree of success you have. Often a reader will take time to answer short emails or speak with you over the phone briefly ahead of time. So take your time to "personality-shop" and see what you're comfortable with.
Lastly, work with your reader. Most Clairvoyants understand there’s a difference between the thinking mind and intuition/Spirit. Because the information comes through very, very quickly, we're often left having to work with a mixture of feelings, symbols, faces, letters and short words coming across as significant.
Too much information, can open doorways for charlatans or take an analytical toll on the reading, but a “Where’s Waldo” approach can also keep a pertinent message from being delivered in its entirety.
All in all, centering yourself, deciding what you want, how much to spend and the type of quality reader you'd most enjoy spending an hour or so of your day with, can make all the difference in the experience itself and what you'll have to work with after you leave.
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