Of course, if you’re interested in getting a lot of guidance from the spiritual realm, it’s only natural that you’re going to end up trying to learn more about it. This can be a curse.
Keep your head out of it.
It’s important that you don’t let yourself derail your readings with your own spiritual knowledge. You’d be surprised how much this can end up getting in the way.
When you’re talking to your psychic counselor, it might be second nature of yours to end up chatting with them about your own spiritual know-how…but it’s not going to help.
In fact, this can end up really derailing their own focus, and it can make your reading disjointed and confusing. You need to be able to step back and let them work.
You Don’t Want to End up Spoiling Your Reading Unintentionally. Here’s How to Avoid That.
We know that you’ve done your own research about the spiritual realm, and that’s fantastic. Even with that in mind, you don’t need to flaunt it to your psychic reader.
They already know what’s up. They know their own way around the spiritual realm, and that means that you’re just going to end up giving them a headache trying to show off.
Even if you think you might be developing your own psychic abilities, that doesn’t mean that you should be butting into your readings and trying to control any aspect of it.
Don’t irritate them.
Even if you’ve got all the knowledge in the world, that doesn’t mean that potentially irritating your perfectly good psychic reader is something that you want to do.
We know that you’ve got your own insights. We know that you’ve been doing your research, and that maybe you want to clarify some of the stuff that you’ve been seeing.
If that’s the case, then you need to ask those kinds of questions when it’s not some other kind of a reading. You don’t want to end up opening another can of worms.
Don’t be afraid to speak up, though.
We know that sometimes, you’re going to end up in a reading that just doesn’t feel right to you, and so you really are going to feel like you need to speak up and say something.
There’s nothing wrong with that. Don’t let some amateur tell you that a Death card in the tarot deck they’re using means only doom and gloom, because that’s just wrong.
You want to always protect yourself from scammers. Just make sure that you’re using your knowledge judiciously, and when it’s actually appropriate to bring it up overall.