Knowing what to expect from your psychic reading is important to relaxing and gleaning the most benefit from the experience. Many people have misconceptions about psychic readings and psychics or psychic mediums as a whole, which can detract from their ability to enjoy and fully experience their reading. Being able to get past these misconceptions and know what to expect from your interaction with your reader will guide you to an emotional and spiritual place that is prepared to open your mind to what the reading has in store for you.
Your Reader Will Want to Get to Know You
You can’t expect for a psychic or psychic medium to know absolutely everything about you from the first moment you step into the reading room. While your reader will be able to intuit certain things about you, which, of course, is the reason behind your reading, he cannot immediately tell you every detail about your life. A psychic is not omniscient and does not “know everything”. You should not, however, be expected to give a tremendous amount of detail about yourself, which would detract from the authenticity of the reading. Expect to spend a few minutes speaking with your reader so that both of you are comfortable with the interaction.
You Will be Told What You Already Know
The purpose of a psychic reading is not to see how much a reader is able to “figure out” about you. The purpose is to enlighten, empower, and guide you. This means that the vast majority of the information that is shared with you will be things that you, deep down, already know. Your reader isn’t just going to rattle off information about you to show off his ability to intuit. Rather, he will bring up concepts and information that you can then use to make decisions about your life.
Your Reader Will Read You, Not Another Person
You should not expect for your reader to be able to tell you information about the thoughts, motivations, or inclinations of another person. The reading is facilitated by spiritual energy shared between you and your reader, meaning that in order to effectively read a person, the psychic or psychic medium must be able establish a connection. You should ask questions that illuminate your side of a situation, rather than asking for information about another person. For example, you shouldn’t expect reliable answers to a question about whether your boss is going to fire you, but should ask about your likelihood of moving on in your career path. Not only does this allow your reader to focus on you, but it could lead to further revelations.
Expect for Information to Mean More Later
One of the most common recommendations is to bring a recording or take notes during your reading. This is because pieces of information that may not mean much to you at the time could take on dramatic meaning later. It is rare that a psychic, regardless of their type of ability, will tell you with absolute certainty that something will happen in the future, but an impression that comes across may end up meaning something later. For example, a reader may mention a certain place, relationship, object, or person that doesn’t resonate with you at the time. If you take note of it, however, you may realize that it becomes significant later.