When A Reading Is Wrong
A client wrote to me:
“Hello Derek, I had a reading with you a year ago and wanted to provide you with feedback. Nothing from the reading has materialized, thus I’m hoping that maybe this year the events predicted will happen.”
I appreciate your feedback, and interest in following your reading...
Psychics, mediums and astrologers are artists. We can see and interpret things in relevant ways but we can't control how they're relevant, what clients do with them, or the suggested outcome. If I painted a grander picture for you than your reality at the moment I'd hope you'd still hold on to the general idea of that vision, letting go of some of the details, like the timing.
I try to employ my visions as a therapeutic process without creating false expectations. I’m sorry if I missed the mark.
I often have clients say to me, ‘Something you said three years ago happened’ or ‘I’d given up on this ever happening, and then it did’. But it’s not really fair to look to a reading to be about what will or will not be. I’d play the lottery if it worked that way! :)
The omission of an expected outcome could be a sign, saying something like: “Where you can exercise free will, try different things; adjust your efforts.”
Sometimes psychic visions aren’t to be taken at face value, but for what they elicit. I never see them as destinies, but rather, angles to consider: seeds of ideas or prevailing possibilities.
I take my visions symbolically, as guidelines— not live by, but wonder about. Literal outcomes have to come on their own terms.
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