Don’t Listen To A Psychic If They Tell You When You’re Going To Die!

As a psychic I’m all too aware that my words can stick in someone’s mind and memory for years and years. I still remember a reading I had when I was around 20 years of age. It wasn’t memorable but for some reason little snippets stick out. Like how many children I would have and what gender they would be. It turned out right too.


I had a reading when I was with my last partner and was told that we weren’t compatible, that we were different frequencies. That always played out in the back of my mind. I don’t necessarily feel it did any damage and affect my choices but she really did nail the energy of our relationship.


Then there’s the reading I had in person, where the guy told me right up front in a barrage of words, how old I would be when I died, how old my partner would be when he died.




Talk about having me on the back foot from the minute I walked in the room.


When I first started out doing readings I was very positive and made it a point to say I don’t see bad things. I suppose I didn’t want anyone to go through what I went through. I mean I still remember the age he told me that I would die and the reading was over ten years ago.


I used to find it hard to tell people things that I knew they didn’t want to hear. Like an ex wasn’t coming back to them. Or that they might have to wait longer than a month for the next relationship, which for some people is eternity.


I think psychic readings should be empowering, who wants to pay to feel awful.


Nothing in the future is set in stone. Psychics are reading your energy at this point in time.


I find sometimes I will see the future as it pans out, and sometimes I see the next stepping stone on the pathway of life.


Psychic readings are way more accessible now with the internet. And the types of readings that are available has changed. Once upon a time you would go to your local psychic and sit there and have it all told to you as if it was a very mystical experience.


Nowadays I feel the client has more power with the new accessibility of the internet. Some of the questions I get asked are so direct and specific I have to remind people that I’m not an all seeing God. I get questions like what is so and so wearing, and are they out on a date with someone else at this very minute.


So remember, as the client you have way more power than you used to, I’m not saying you get to deny the truth if it’s obvious that the guy you were dating 2 years ago hasn’t called you, chances are he’s not going to.


I’m saying you don’t have to sit there and have a lot of metaphysical woo-woo stuff spieled out at you, and for God sake don’t ever pay more than a reasonable amount of money for a spell. That’s just plain ripping you off.