This has been a debate for some time now. Many believe that psychics and psychic readings are nothing but lies, lies to milk you out of all your money. There are others who believe that psychic readings are all very genuine. I’m going to be real, even the most authentic reading can be concocted just for your own benefit. There are some who do these readings who just tell the person what he or she wants to hear, such as companies like Oranum.com psychics. Where there is money, there is always going to be someone not so genuine. This is where the mistakes come into play.
If you want to get a genuine experience with a psychic, for what it’s worth, then you need to know what to avoid.
1) Never rely on the absolutes. What does this mean? Think of a phrase, something a loved one could have once used with you. Don’t write this down on list and use it to prove something. Some have done this. They assume that if the person is real, he or she will know what the word is/was. This is not always true. Contrary to popular belief and opinion, psychics are not mind readers. Personally, I feel they make that crap up on t.v. just to make things a bit more interesting.
A true experience will come without any limitations. A true experience comes with collections of thoughts and impressions, impressions which need to be interpreted. Here’s a helpful hint. Even the most authentic psychics can offer up wrong information. In other words, don’t put all your money into the experience and what happens. Even the genuine readers make their mistakes too. Doesn’t mean that are a fraud or scam, it just means they make mistakes.
2) Never answer something too thoroughly. This is another mistake many make. They feel the need to correct the psychic or explain why they answered a certain way. Avoid this. Just give yes or no answers. A genuine psychic will lead you, they don’t want to lead them. You should also not set up limitations on certain answers. Say you have a friend named Thomas. Let’s say the person says “Tom.” If they ask if you have a friend by that name, answer a big yes. Always leave room for interpretation and a small margin for error. As I said, psychics are people too. They make mistakes.
3) Avoid giving out too much information. It’s called having “Verbal diarrhea.” For us writers, it’s when we overstuff words. You need to be simple and concise. This is why so many assume that many psychics are frauds. We all do it at one point or another. The trick is recognizing it. Just be simple and to the point.
4) If you are being asked for large sums of money for the services, this is bad. This person is there to help you, not hurt you. If you encounter someone who says “they need a large sum of money to get rid of a dark entity”, please run in the other direction.