I received a letter of inquiry from a client who wanted to know what kind of a reading they should have, and if a general reading would suffice rather than a Soul Plan reading — which was very wise on their part.
As I read their letter, it was clear that their many and varied questions would need several readings that, to be answered sufficiently, could range from a General Reading to a Sentence of Passion Consultation to a full Soul Plan reading.
Their request was overflowing with too many subjects and too many directions.
And frankly, many of the questions the person asked aren’t usefully answered by a psychic, but rather by listening quietly and deeply to what is truly wanted. When a client has a whole bunch of “should I” in questions submitted to me, that tells me that they aren’t listening to that inner voice.
Should is outer-directed; when you use should it’s because you believe something else (or someone’s expectations) must be considered before your own truths.
Be wary of asking to learn too much at once. When you do, nothing sticks. You just cram it in and it makes no sense and does not sink in to be truly understood.
If you come to me with this kind of overfilled request for a reading, I will gently say that I am not your intuitive until you sit with yourself and focus on what is most important to you.