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Online Psychic Readings

Updated on August 11, 2010

Online Psychic Readings

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I'm not so familiar with online readings as most of my readings have been through 800numbers. This was way back in the 90's while the internet was in use it was not so popular as it is today and before I subscribed to it.

Since the ancient times, people have approached psychics to ask for help and guidance. Psychics have always been consulted by those who would like to know what is in store for them in the future, to come up with the right decision, to become aware about the things that they are not conscious about, to know if there are coming problems or dangers, to connect with loved ones that have already passed away and to get dream interpretation.
I got my first psychic reading back in 1996 I believe. I was dating someone who at the time I thought was the One. Turns out he wasn't the One and the psychic pretty much said what I already knew in my heart although I didn't tell her this. I refused to believe this wasn't the love of my life. However she confirmed he wasn't. I didn't believe her at the time. She said something that at the time I thought there was no possible way she could know. She informed me that he would not likely live to be an old man and if he did he would be a very lonely old man. This saddened me greatly as I did love him very much.
I didn't put much stock in her words especially the part about him dying. I thought she didn't know what she was talking about reiterated by my mother telling me that psychics simply make stuff up because they have no way of telling the future.
Later I decided on another psychic which told me I was going to meet someone that would influence me and told me exactly where I would meet him.

First I want to say that roughly three years after the psychic said David would not live that he committed suicide. I was shocked. We had long been broken up by this time but I couldn't believe he would do such a thing. He seemed like he was getting his life together or trying to at least.
I was surprised to say the least that she pegged this correctly. Perhaps she was able to see something clearly and perhaps intuition played a part.
I did meet someone after I moved to another state, a man who later became my fiance. That didn't work out either and I can't remember if the psychic said it would or not.

It was many years later before I would consult a psychic again. This time I tried an online psychic. I consulted several for not only a regular reading but a couple of past life readings as well. I wasn't too enthused with those.
I can't remember what they said(it has been several years since my last reading). I can say this, one very important thing I learned about consulting psychics is that by the time you consult with them a major change is ready to take place whether you like it or not and often times that change is negative. At least you think so at the time. But rather is a change for the positive.
Oddly, I don't consult a psychic when things are going good. Mostly out of fear that I will somehow bring about a negative change or a change I don't want. I'll talk more on this topic later in another post. My husband calls it destiny manifestation. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to manifest a million dollars.

I made one major mistake with the man I was dating at the time. I told him about my psychic consultation. He being a strong christian(at least he pretended to be, I won't get into that) quickly and roughly informed me that he didn't believe in psychics and proceeded to tell me how the bible warned against such things. As you can well imagine I blew that away in a heartbeat. Fortunately, it was going to come to an end anyway I just helped it along a little bit.
But I learned from that experience, do not tell anyone about your psychic reading unless you trust them with your whole heart and they also have a belief in psychics and/or are very open minded otherwise they will try to inject their will into the matter.
By this I mean people have a way of injecting their negativity into something you are trying to accomplish. This can be anything. A relationship, a job, a new house, a car, etc. Virtually anything that you can change in your life. Many people are afraid of change/routine therefore shy away from it.
When enough people inject their negative thoughts or those negative emotions are strong enough on their own it can bring about a negative situation. It can reverse what you are trying to accomplish.
I'm not sure what my then BF thought I was trying to accomplish but I blew the whole relationship out of the water. Not realizing it then but that was for the best since we were not on the same page.

If you really want something and you consult a psychic for advice or even have a spell casted for you(I did this too at the same time, maybe all that energy working in one direction wasn't good) keep it to yourself. You may think the person you are confiding in is open minded but he/she may not be especially if this person is a church goer. The church teaches against psychics and you will find very few people(churchgoers) who will support you in something they believe is sinful. When they start praying that you will get on the right path and get others to follow suit all that energy working against what you are trying to accomplish will not go in your favor. There is simply too much energy working in another direction.

One of the main problems that get in the way of getting a good psychic reading is geography. If psychics are not easily reached in your area, it would be difficult for you to obtain a reading and you might also need to travel just to get a reputable reader that could help you with your concern.

With the advent of the internet geography no longer plays a role. Many psychics can be reached online with many offering a free reading for so many minutes. This can entice people who were otherwise riding the fence.
THe most important thing to remember about getting a reading is to be in the right frame of mind when you seek a reading. You must be open minded yourself for whatever the psychic tell you. You too can interject your will when you shouldn't be. I'm not saying that if a psychic tells you your current relationship/marriage is doomed for failure you immediately go to a divorce lawyer. Not at all. Just be open minded and most importantly give it time to play out. Everything in life must be given a chance to play out the way it was meant to before any action can be taken.

Also remember that not every psychic is truly psychic, they rely on intuition and what you tell them and some just give really bad advice so remember be wise, don't immediately follow through with anything until you've given it some time.

I can't tell you who to choose. That is up to you. But there are many different types of psychics out there and you may choose one based on what you need. Nowadays a psychic reading can be done via phone(I prefer this method), email or chat. I have also done the email psychic reading. That method isn't bad either and sometimes can be acquired a little cheaper than over the phone. But cost isn't really the issue here, getting a good reading is.
Try to find a psychic that has a good reputation as not all are authentic.


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