If you offer psychic readings face-to-face, make use of the crucial first two minutes that will make or break a psychic reading. What may look like meaningless chi-chat is actually where the client is deciding how much they can trust you and how much to let go. Then the magic happens.
Nightmare psychic clients can be our best teachers – they help us get more professional, but if you just can’t stand another minute of them, here’s three ways to let them go gently and with love.
You’ve done loads of courses and you have the certificates to prove it. You have oodles of clients but you’re still feeling like there’s a gap. You’re wondering if there’s more. Something more in the reading so that their epiphanies are the kind that makes stellar Facebook updates with your name in them.
There are three reasons people get a psychic reading. And I have a bonus one for you that you probably haven’t thought about. If you have had readings yourself, these are going to be familiar, and the one odd one will have you thinking:
If you can forget the “Will I ever” questions and focus on what you can learn, I’ll forget the turban, OK?
Let’s not overthink it. You can buy up all the decks you come across, but that gets expensive and your partner is going you weird looks, you can follow these tips:
When shopping for oracle cards in person it’s lovely to feel them. Hold them in your hands, flick through them and pay attention to how they feel to you.
Do they feel right? Because they’ll be spending not of time in your hands. Are they too big for you to manage? They need to have that ‘Goldilocks, just right feel’.
Look for a deck that has as little text on the cards as possible.
I’m Denise Litchfield
I’m not your average psychic, unless cake eating, rescue dog loving clairvoyants who can’t cook rice are suddenly the new normal. Like Glinda the Good Witch, I believe you’ve always had the power, m’dear.
I work with savvy, intuitive women who’ve always known they’re a little psychic and to explore that side of themselves without dressing in crushed purple velvet.