I’ve discontinued 30-minute readings in favor of 60-minute sessions, which comprise the bulk of my work. Sometimes clients ask me to answer a “quick question,” such as: Will I get a job in June? When will I find a house? Will my wife come back to me?
Usually deeper issues are at play. 'Quick questions' may not be so easily answered.
A ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer may be readily obvious to a question. The indicators may certainly imply one of them. But there’s a process involved to arriving at those outcomes that takes time.
Short psychic readings feel a bit like bread that’s been kneaded and proofed, but not yet baked. Microwaving it wouldn’t turn out a great loaf of bread.
If I simply blurted out yes or no to any question asked of me, I’d have to share the impressions supporting those thoughts. My client would surely ask, “If no, why not?” or “If yes, why so?”
‘Why not?’ and ‘Why so?’ are the real questions. All throughout my sessions I’m internally asking one variation of them or another, even if my client isn’t. And often, it’s 45 minutes into a reading that a eureka-moment occurs, where some seemingly incongruous impressions I’ve had coalesce into a sensible arrangement.
Short psychic readings feel a bit like bread that’s been kneaded and proofed, but not yet baked. Microwaving it would not turn out a great loaf of bread.
Thank you for choosing to invest in the full hour with me, and for requesting that time sparingly.
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by Derek Calibre
The anecdotes we share from our psychic experiences seem to proffer themselves as modern allegories.