1. Ask the reader about
fees, and also about the specific type of reading you can expect. Also inquire how long the session will last, what you need
to bring to the appointment, and if you are allowed to ask questions after the reading is finished.
Ask if you can bring a tape recorder or take notes. Some readers do not allow recordings of the sessions. Others welcome it.
3. Ask prospective readers to tell you a little but about their background and experience. For example, how long
they have been reading and what they specialize in. Some readers specialize in specific areas such as relationships or health.
1. Be on time. Come with
an open mind. Many times seeing a reader is just like going into a counseling session. There really isn't anything
spooky about it. But first-timers can be a little intimidated. So relax. Take a few deep breaths.
Sit directly in front of the reader unless you are directed to do otherwise. Don't cross your arms or legs
- this can block energy between you and the psychic.
3. Refrain from talking or asking
many questions up front (unless you are receiving a Specific Focus reading). Let the reader do the talking. See what s/he has to say first. If you are telling the reader everything about
yourself, then you are not receiving a reading. The psychic can be influenced by what you are saying, and this may influence
the outcome of your reading.
4. A good reader will not ask you, "How old are you? Are you
married? Are you in school? What hobbies do you have?" Sometimes, a reader will however ask you for confirmation to make
sure s/he is on the right track. For example: "I see you are working part time right now, on the weekends at a restaurant.
Is this correct?" In such cases, a reply is warranted. It helps the reader to know s/he making an accurate connection,
and then s/he can move on with other information.
5. It is not polite to shake your head
"no" all the time, even if the reader is telling you things that you do not agree
with or understand at the time. Be open to the information, write it down, and see what manifests in the future. After
all, you might be here to see what lies ahead!
6. Have a list of questions.*
After the reader is finished, s/he may ask you if you have any. Some s/he may have already answered, but if not here's your
opportunity to ask. You can for more details and clarification about something that was already discussed in the reading,
too. [*See "Forming Your Questions"]