Tuesday, May 27, 2008

A good week..


Sometimes doing readings can be very uplifting, cause you get some feedback - that can be a rare thing.
I did a reading for a lady on Sunday who showed me some fantastic pictures taken of her scattering her mother's ashes on the beach at Nobby's.There was a definate flare in the photo - not a photographic or camera anomoly for sure. She asked me some questions and we got on to other things. Later that evening she actually sent me an email thanking me for the reading.
On Monday I had a lady come to see me at the Cottage for a reading - I felt that most of the reading was hard going - I was telling her things she didn't want to hear, but I did it anyway. I really felt that she was not going to be happy with the reading in the end, but as she was leaving she actually grabbed me and gave me a hug and said "thankyou".
Today I had a guy come back to see me - he had come to see me about a year ago. Another really difficult reading. But he came back - that meant that in some way, he must have trusted me after that first time. That impressed me. How did the reading go?
It was still difficult...but I beleive that it made him think about things.

Sometimes it seems to me that I am talking in riddles, that there is no connection. But, it is not up to me to feel good or bad about a reading - it has to say something to the person I am reading for, it doesn't have to fulfil my needs or satisfy me.It's not about me. So this week has been good and I am grateful for those people to have crossed my path.

I have a pile of new books to read and have been to the library and gotten "The Celestine Prophecy" on CD. I have found that I really enjoy listening to tapes in the car while driving, so I will get the man to make me a copy.

I need an extra brain. The one I have is not enough.

4 comments:

Anchell said...

I can relate to that!

Get one for me too...tell the man to check out ebay for extra brains with modifications

Lisa said...

i will give you my brain- it is pre medicated and hardly used- does tend to turn off between 1pm and 3pm each day though....
would that be an issue ?

Myst_72 said...

I find it interesting how people come for a reading, but close themselves off - 'put the wall up' or feel they need to 'test' you. It makes it harder and they can often end up getting less info than they would if they'd loosen up I think.

How far do you go with 'bad' news? I mean have there been things you just won't tell someone?

Just curious!

G
xx

Anonymous said...

I have seen death approaching for family members. I usually tell the client to be aware that every day is precious and you need to always express your love to those closest to you - I would never tell someone outright. I have been often asked about elderly parents or grandparents and I will give warnings...but just warnings. Other news is usually not presented as bad - I encourage people to look for alternatives. I often tell people that I do not know the answer to their questions or that it is not appropriate for me to answer a particular question.w.w.