Here I sit ready for the Psychic Fair to begin. Who will choose me?
Sometimes Psychic Fairs can be an overwhelming experience. There are so many psychics to choose from, so how do you choose the right medium for you. Some psychics may already be completely booked by the time you arrive.
Well, I can tell you the rule of thumb in choosing the right person to read for you and that is to trust your intuition. Look around, ask yourself who are you drawn to? Pay attention to your own gut instincts.
One thing about psychic mediums is that each one of them read differently from the other. We each receive messages differently and deliver differently from one-another. We have our own symbology, boundaries, and way's we connect to spirit. Some receive messages from spirit clairvoyantly while others may receive messages through clairaudiently and clairsentiently and so forth with all the clairs.
Not to delve to deeply into confusion. But a psychic is not a medium. However, most mediums are psychic. A psychic can see into the future but not touch-in with spirit connecting with loved ones. A medium has the ability to connect with spirit and see into the future. So, in my case I am a psychic medium.
Do you know what type of reading that you would like? Ask yourself this question. Are you more drawn to the oracle/ tarot cards, tea leaf readings, intuitive readings, the runes, or light channeled messages from spirit entities, etc.
Psychic Fair readers will usually have the types of readings they offer on a printed flyer placed near or on their tables along with their business cards. Check out their flyers and take a business card for the opportunity to contact them later if they are unavailable. Be mindful not to invade their space while they are giving a reading as this can disrupt the energy.
1. Trust who you are drawn to.
2. What type of reading do you want?
3. Psychic readers vs. Psychic Mediums.
4. Take their business card.
The spirit within will always guide you for your highest and best good. Trust your intuition and enjoy the experience.
As early as my young childhood I remember always being curious about the supernatural, paranormal, and mysticism in general. I seemed to be drawn with curiosity about the unseen, or what one would term as the occult.