Most psychics can't read themselves - can you?
This always surprises me. Before working full-time as an Intuitive I taught Journalling workshops and my premise for all that I taught was the words I later discovered were above the grotto of the Oracle at Delphi: "Know Thyself" I opened every workshop with Shakespeare's words: "To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man."
I have always read myself. I have always asked for guidance. Have I always listened? Have I always acted on the advice or followed the guidance? I think this is where I get to plead the fifth…
What I do know is that if I could not rely utterly on my own abilities I would, under no circumstances, expect anyone else to do so.
Can you read people that you know?
There is absolutely no difference in whether I know someone or not. Besides, remember, I'm not the one who is giving the information, I am simply conveying it. I can read someone I've know intimately for twenty years as thoroughly as someone I have never met. I always recommend to a first time client not tell me anything about themselves, but this is for their benefit, not mine. It's a lot easier for them to trust the authenticity of the information if they know I have no way of knowing it. Once a client had come to me they know how it all works and that me knowing anything about them doesn’t affect the value of the information.
© Shena Meadowcroft