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Monday July 06, 2015

On Being Psychic

People always ask me how I keep from picking up psychic information about everybody around me, as if their TV’s, radios, and computers don’t have an on/off switch. I have a not so secret method for keeping myself from being overwhelmed by people’s thoughts. For me to get psychic information for people, they have to ask me a specific question, the more specific the better. There is an old saying among practitioners of the divinatory arts, “If you know your question, you know your answer.”

Since this sounds so wrong to anyone with a burning question and obviously is not true for most people, I gave it a lot of thought and realized that those sneaky old ancient wise women and men were trying to tell questioners everywhere that if they really concentrated on what they wanted to know about, then their situation would become much clearer to them and a good many of them would have the answer they were looking for.

This does create a bit of a problem, but not for me. When I do readings for people for the first time, they usually say “Tell me something about my future,” or “What do you see for me,” or, my least favorite, “Read me.” You’d be surprised at how people react when I tell them that I need them to ask me a specific question about a specific situation or aspect of their life before I can tune in to their answer. Believe it or not, they usually say, “But I don’t have any questions.”

I know what you are thinking, if they have no questions, then why do they want a reading? It is quite exasperating, but it is very, very common in my experience. Also, don’t get into the business of reading for people if you do not love people and have compassion for the fact that we are all finding our way in this world. So even though I do enjoy it, I don’t read people for fun, theirs or mine. I take it as seriously as life and death – which it is very connected to – since I feel that my answers come from people that I have known and loved who are now on the other side.

May 23, 2015 
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