Four questions to ask before booking a psychic

by | Aug 1, 2019 | Pizza for the soul | 0 comments

Ever wanted to book a psychic reading but felt overwhelmed by the choice? This is one time when Google might not be your friend. As you’ll see below, prices isn’t always a good guide, and sometimes a free reading can be just the answer. Here’s four questions to ask before booking g your next psychic reading.


#1 Does the psychic come recommended?

Has someone you know actually had a reading from them or have you checked out the reviews section on their Facebook page? Because testimonials can be sometimes good, sometimes bad. Numbers of likes of Facebook can be deceiving. Use good ol’ word of mouth and see if someone you know and like has booked them. 




#2 Do you like what they’re putting down? 

Do you like the way they present themselves, or does the endless pouty Instagram faces put you off? My partner is a passionate and fierce vegan. I’m pretty sure he wouldn’t book a reading with someone who loved going to the horse races, or bullfighting and ate meat every night. It just wouldn’t be part of his values.

Likewise, if you have similar things you feel really strongly about check out that reader to see how compatible you might be because the more you connect on outside things the more you’ll connect on the inside things.


#3 What’s your budget?

I heard a story of someone paying five hundred dollars for a psychic reading. After the six month wait they were less than impressed. 

They felt the reading was over dramatic, and worse, that she didn’t seem all that interested. The information was vague and general and they left with feeling like the value was not there. I don’t want that to be your experience! Expensive isn’t always a sign of quality, and do consider your budget and pay for a psychic reading within your realms.


#4 Am I overindulging?

Six months to a year is the perfect time between a reading. If it’s a little bit less ask yourself, “What do I really want from this?

If the reading topic is a different area, that’s fine, however a reading in the same topic could mean a waste of money because the answers may be the same if nothings changed in your world.

Some people go “psychic shopping” which means they go from one psychic to another to another basically because they only want to hear. Perhaps those answers could be gotten from sitting quietly in the stillness of your own soul or journaling or meditating instead.

As much as I love reading for you I’d much rather you got your answers internally than race around and spend money and time getting the external answers.


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Book the perfect psychic reader for you

I hope these tips help you invest in the psychic reader that’s perfect for you. There’s one that suits your budget, especially in the my Facebook community, the Psychic Playground.

Sundays are devoted to free readings and that suits everyone’s budget.

Or you can book an online psychic reading with me, of course. I’d love to work with you.


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