Guest Author - Elleise
One of the hardest things to do once we receive psychic information is interpreting it. Discerning it from other sources, such as imagination, and our own thoughts and feelings are factors to consider if you want the most accurate information possible.
Working with psychic information isnít a perfect science. Even if the information is accurate, it still has to go through the process of being interpreted. This can take the cooperation of not only the person giving the reading but the one getting it.
If it comes across the person is holding information back and the person denies it, in general we are going to assume we are the ones that are wrong or simply move on whether the information was critical in leading to something or not. Also, letting go of exactly how something needs to be worded helps in extracting the message as well.
There will also be times, when we reach a psychic slump of sorts. Understanding the primal force behind why this type of work speaks to us can often reveal a portion of the culprit. If you're usually accurate and your heart is really having your work published, at any given time your higher self will speak to you and direct your talents from servicing others, to a place you will be forced to write. If you feel you are correct about a lot of things and you get frustrated when people repeat the same mistakes, over time, a blockage can form.
Keep tabs on your own personal baggage. If youíve ever considered the glass is half empty scenario, mood often depicts what we see. Whether it's the person we are helping, something personal going on, or even something that allows us to relate to the person's dilemma, emotions should always be considered before moving forward.
Lastly, if it's possible, sleep on it. The one factor psychic information has that other information won't, is that it doesn't go away. A person can come for a reading a year and a half later and you should be able to pick up about where you left off. Keeping that in mind, if the information is still looming the next day, it could be something needing a closer look at.