It must be noted that what happens in psychic readings may vary. Depending on the professional psychic, the steps mentioned in this article may vary or be entirely different. However, if you are a client hesitating to visit us because you wonder what happens in readings, or you are a psychic wondering how to go about your own psychic reading sessions, this should give you some insight into that part of being a psychic. The basics of a this is how psychics treat their clients and what the clients see, how a psychic approaches, interprets, and imparts information to a client—these would all depend on a reader’s intention toward their clients and their work. Giving a reading is something like stepping into a person’s life for the duration of their reading. It is as though you, as a psychic are standing next to them, “seeing” the people or circumstances that they talk about. As psychic often times feel what they feel.
First of all, clear your mind of everything else and focus on the client and what they tell you. The information they give to you should come to you with such exceptional clarity, and your readings be filled with defining, personal details connected to existing or upcoming situations, events, or people for the client. It is important that clients are comfortable during their reading. Though you will talk about some of the most intimate issues in their life, you and your client were strangers when you first met; they don’t really know you or how you work. You will learn that learn that people experience a variety of emotions when they first come for an appointment, and when they are comfortable, they can and will hear you.
Some psychic begin with a personal prayer before the reading and entering the client’s life. This is when you get your client to talk to you about what has brought them to you.
Some psychic ask their clients to bring something to record their reading. It is important to me that they have something to go back to for reference, so that they don’t have to rely only on their memory for the details of a specific issue from their reading. This is also to avoid being told that you missed something during the reading. Sometimes, the reading may require, or the client already has brought pictures of anyone they want to know about, along with documents, contracts or business cards. This is acceptable, sometimes encouraged by psychics tp help the client along in expressing what they feel and what they need, because sometimes, the issue that has brought them to you as a psychic may not really be the issue at all as other underlying details come out.
There should really be a natural order of importance to issues in a reading. Some psychics ask their clients to write down a list of specific questions they would like for them to address. Sometimes it is presented immediately in the beginning of a reading or is kept in their pocket until the reading is finished. Allow the client to ask whatever questions they may have, whether on the list or something they just thought of. If they feel it is important to them, then it is important to you.
In some occasions a client will try to control their reading. Sometimes what you see coming up for a client is very different than what they are planning. Even when what you see is very good news, some people believe they can control everything in their lives, including their reading. There are some readers that will tell people whatever they want to hear, a good psychic should refrain from that, however refrain from arguing with your client about what you see as well.
Cover as much ground as you can in a reading – sometimes a client finds it hard to express what they feel, a good psychic should be able to draw them out. Leave nothing out. If you see something in the client’s reading, let them hear it. Be open to receiving whatever information you are supposed to have, even those closely held secrets a client has never shared with anyone and be willing to discuss this with them so they walk away from you reading enlightened because you are able to see and read them. A reading is a very personal experience to both a client and reader and it is important that the session be treated with utmost respect to both the person and your profession.