2 Focus and trust YOUR INSTINCTS
So, you now have someone sat in front of you, keen to hear what exciting gems of wisdom you are about to surprise them with… and panic sets in! You start to ask yourself ‘am I good enough?’, ‘what if nothing happens?’.
Trust in yourself and in the universe. Believe messages will come to you and they will.
Channel the skills you identified in our first lesson, and have been working on since, be that clairaudience, clairsentience or clairvoyance, and messages will soon begin to emerge.
DO… Go with the flow.
As information begins to filter into your mind, let it!
DO… Say what you see.
Tell the sitter exactly what pops into your head and never edit what comes into your mind. I find that the thoughts that come to me instantaneously are always the most accurate.
DON’T… Try to interpret what you are receiving from Spirit.
For example, if you were to see, in your mind’s eye, a person holding a snake, don’t try to decipher what this could mean, because you will be wrong. Instead, say: ‘I can see you holding a snake’ and guaranteed the sitter will say ‘oh yes, I went to the zoo and had my photo taken holding a snake’!
DON’T… Be flippant.
Your work is serious and you will often find yourself passing on delicate information to people who are in heightened emotional states.
DON’T… Pass on information that could be negative or create fear.
If you sense someone may be unwell, then carefully suggest they visit the doctors for a check-up. Or, if you see someone having an argument, be diplomatic. Don’t tell them to avoid or ignore that person, just suggest they be wary of them instead.
DON’T… Be disheartened.
If a name or message you receive means nothing to your sitter at this moment in time, it doesn’t mean that it won’t in the future. Everything you tell them doesn’t have to relate to the here and now, it can also be future events that Spirit are referring to.
DON’T… Think you are an accomplished psychic after one reading!
We are constantly evolving and learning, there are always unexpected experiences that can sometimes teach us valuable lessons.
open your mind to allow messages to flow