Are Phone Psychic Readings Really Accurate?
The recent spate of television shows, motion pictures and video games with occult or supernatural themes has spurred an up tick in interest regarding things deemed paranormal.
Unfortunately, the age old interest in real world psychic or intuitive readings still meets with healthy doses of reasonable skepticism. Even worse, much of the skepticism remains based on both old-world ‘evil eye’ stereotypes and the more recent realm of motion picture silliness.
The truth remains that many misinterpret the world of intuitive readers, more commonly referred to as psychics, simply because they don’t know what the real world of psychics entails.
The truth remains that many drawn to the world of psychic readings do so because well, strange things seem to happen from time to time. Not only do these things occur, but they repeatedly occur in a very personal manner. Now, of course, many will say talk about coincidence and chance, and even mention a statistical anomaly from time to time.
Statistical anomalies aside, many readers are actually encouraged to enter into the world of psychic readings. These people often receive a number of readings of their own or are simply in the midst of a personal awakening regarding their spiritual and psychic development. Many also claim a lineage of psychics or intuitive readers More often than not, a parent or relative has lived a life deeply rooted in psychic matters whether as a reader or as a practitioner of well, the supernatural.
Now to the subject at hand, telephone psychics. As mentioned earlier, the likes of Ms Cleo and others have opened a brand world of challenges for legitimate intuitive readers. That being said, the fact remains that true practitioners actually utilize the telephone as well, a medium. Currently, while the idea of communicating solely by push-button wall-mounted phone seems so 1987, the ability of the truly gifted and well-experienced transcends fear associated with remote contact.
Today, psychics use mediums such as the instant messaging, smart phones and even yes, rotary telephones. So how do you tell the true from the not so true? It begins with your expectations.
Yes, you determine the accuracy or fallacy of a reading.
What? I am not a practicing psychic, you may say. First, you must research. Use the INTERNET or websites like mine to look for the obvious frauds who continue to operate because well, people don’t research. Second, you must search yourself for the actual questions you want answered. This means you must weed through the stuff you can answer yourself. This strategy eliminates the predators who key on the easy to discern aspects of your life. Next, you must trust your gut. Chances are that if you seek out the advice of a psychic, then you yourself may posses a heightened set of senses. Yes, I said it, you may be psychic. Calm down.
The use of remote readings remains commonplace as the experienced reader and the subject (you) are capable of a connection when both parties clearly intend to solve a problem or negotiate a session. This connection flourishes over any medium whether that connection contains a phone line or wireless router.
Now let’s get to the meat of the discussion, the actual reading. Once you have decided to go forward with your phone-based consultation then you must understand that the moment following the initiation of a call actually begins the reading. Many psychics search for a connection with the client as soon as the client says hello. Your job, which primarily is to walk away with a problem solved or question answered, also entails an understanding that you must remain clear and open to the reader’s work.
Sure, don’t just answer questions for the reader, but simply allow the reader to speak and well, feel the answer or advice directed towards you. This feel for an answer, does not need to involve a certain geographic location or a face-to-face meeting. That being said, the use of the telephone for psychics readings offers the potential client the opportunity to communicate with a trusted advisor though the advisor may reside in the next state or even country.
Currently, many advisors provide services along a number of formats, this gives clients the opportunity to choose an additional route if an initial phone consultation failed to meet their needs.
As mentioned earlier, the use of instant messaging, phone-based text messaging and communication via Voice Over IP (VOIP) services such as SKYPE, allow those seeking psychic readings a host of useful options.
First time clients of phone readers must remember that the services that provide multiple readers, called psychic networks, may not be a scam like people believe. Just as many organizations across a number of genres have turned to this format to provide opportunities for both service providers and those who seek their services. Additionally, the rise of review websites like mine, and the use of the Internet to critique service providers ensures that intuitive practitioners must maintain a level of professionalism perhaps seldom seen in times past.
In conclusion, the answer to the question of accuracy regarding telephone psychics leads clients down a path in which the answer lays mainly within their own personal research, open-mindedness and intent. To put it bluntly, these parameters mean a lot, a whole lot. Specifically because the accuracy of a phone psychic affects both the community of practitioners and the client base they cater to.
A bad review plastered all over the most relevant Google search result, combined with the word-of-mouth skepticism that the event will eventually engender, hinders both the growth of the wronged client and the newbie psychic practitioner seeking to provide services.
Fortunately for many readers who incorporate the telephone into their business, the call to assist others has led them to take a leap, although the medium of communication and their choice of profession leads many to question the gist of it all.
Read my article Questions You Should Never Ask A Psychic for more tips on getting the most out of your psychic phone reading.