Here’s an example of what I ask people to do or consider—whether they are new or
long time clients.

•Think about the areas of your life you are the most concerned about. This can
include relationships, work, spiritual development, friendships, or family
issues. I would avoid health topics—though there are intuitives that work
specifically on medical issues, most
s don’t want to influence your health decisions. Keen advisors in
particular do not give medical advice.


•The time will go faster than you think, so once you’ve identified your
concerns, make a list for yourself of the order of importance. Clients can
easily spend an hour on their love life alone!


•Be specific. Though, of course, general questions are fine—such as, “What is
the guidance for me right now regarding career?”—if you have specific questions,
don’t wait to ask them, hoping your reader will just “intuit” them. You don’t
visit your dentist with a toothache and then say, “Oh, just have a look around.”


•Identify your own agenda. This is an important step! The thoughts, feelings,
and desires that you spend time with will be present in your energy field, and a
psychic will be able to sense these.
If he/she knows that, they will be better able to sort through the information
they receive. It’s crucial that you know what your hopes (and therefore
unconscious expectations) are for the reading. You need to understand that a
good psychic isn’t just going to
tell you what you want to hear—but that doesn’t mean the information is wrong.


•Be realistic about your expectations. No
psychic is going to be 100% right
all the time. You have free will, and you are constantly changing your mind
and making new choices. New decisions affect outcomes, so keep that in mind
when receiving psychic advice.

Author's Bio: 

Jackie Williams has worked for as a manager overlooking the talent department for a prominent new age communications company. Later as the internet developed, she diversified her recruitment specialty to server global clients for a internet based spiritual network.
She attained her Master of Arts in Anthropology from Northern Arizona University and her BA from Hunter College.