So, you’ve decided to check out a psychic have you?
You are nowhere near alone.
In fact, some studies suggest that millions and millions of people visit or call a psychic at least once a year (and many of them once a month) on a regular basis – even if they are doing so just for a bit of fun.
However, some people that decide to speak to career psychics are looking for real answers to real questions that have been plaguing them – and there’s certainly nothing wrong with trying to get a bit of “inside information” from a psychic that actually has the gift.
Obviously, if this is your first time around you’re probably wondering which kinds of questions you should ask in the first place. This is doubly true if you’re splurging money on one of the more professional psychics around, one with a track record for accurate predictions and readings – and not just some carnival sideshow.
Hopefully with the information below you’re able to craft the kinds of questions that help you get the answers that you’re looking for, the answers that might give you confidence, peace of mind, eliminate stress and worry, or just help you to figure out what we’re all supposed to be doing here on this big blue marble.
Let’s dive right in!
Prep yourself in advance
One of the biggest problems that people have with psychics is that they aren’t able to provide concrete answers to the questions that they’ve asked, but much of that has to do with the fact that people ask “fuzzy questions”.
If your questions aren’t clear, how could even the most talented psychic give you anything but a ballpark answer?
Instead of walking into that career psychic office unprepared and trying to “fire from the hip” or role with the answers, you should have at least 10, 15, or maybe even 20+ questions that you want to ask – each of them carefully crafted to provide you with answers and insight that could change your life forever.
Do this and you’ll get a lot more out of your psychic experience.
Don’t be afraid to throw out a “test” question
Everybody wants to have a bit of validation that they are talking to someone who actually possesses “The Gift” – so don’t be afraid of throwing out a test question or two. The odds are fantastic that your psychic has dealt with these kinds of questions in the past and will understand your skepticism completely, so don’t be shy about being clear up front.
Try to get deep
Too often we try to bounce from one question to another, getting as many answers as possible out of the limited time that we have signed up for with our psychic.
This is going to leave you with “information overload”, a problem that could paralyze you from taking action anything that you’ve discovered.
Instead what you want to do is try to focus on asking deeper questions, really penetrating into the specific issues that you want addressed.
When you receive answers from your psychic, don’t be afraid of asking follow-up questions like:
- Will what exactly does X mean…?
- If X happens, what should I do?
- What happens if I do X, does that change anything?
…and so on!
These kinds of penetrating questions will help you cut right to the root of things, and help provide you with the guidance that you’ve likely been seeking from the psychic in the first place.
Unlucky in love?
Just about everyone that sees a psychic decides to ask questions about their love life, and considering the fact that it is such a key part of our lives why wouldn’t you?
Don’t be shy about asking these questions if they are on your mind, and really tried to focus on your side of the relationship rather than your partners. After all, you’re the one sitting with the psychic right now, and your energy is going to influence the answers.
Keep things upbeat, and try to stay away from death
Finally, you’re going to want to try and do absolutely everything you can to keep things upbeat.
Remember, the whole reason that you’re going to the psychic in the first place is to get answers to the questions that have been plaguing you the most – to solve issues that you are currently dealing with, to resolve stress and pressure, and to helpfully have a bit of assistance in getting things back on track.
The last thing that you want to have happen is to add more problems to the issues that you’re already struggling with, which is exactly what will occur if you focus on too much of the negative. Everyone wants to ask when they will die, but do you really want the answer to that question?
A better question would be to ask what you need to do to live the happiest, most fulfilled life – and then take that advice!