Four Crucial Reasons You Ask Psychics Specific Questions
“Will I be rich?” and “Will I find love?” may be two of the most common questions asked of psychics. They may also be two of the most misguided, too. Don’t get me wrong: we all probably want to be told that yes, we will be wealthy, and yes, we all want to find love. But these questions are too vague. But why?
Suppose the answer is yes. Just “yes.” Yes, you will be rich. Yes, you will find love. Now what? How do you get the riches or the love? When will they come? Those are specific questions, and you absolutely want them answered. If you have a chance to ask a psychic about your future, don’t waste it on generalities. Ask specific questions so you can act on the advice you get.
1. Vague questions get vague answers. As mentioned above, a psychic is going to reciprocate with what you give them. If you want to know if you’ll be rich, the answer is yes or no. However, if you want to know if your new business will take off and allow you to retire early, then the psychic has something to work with. The answer may still be yes or no, but it will give you a clue as to what to do in the present.
And that is what you ultimately want: a guide to how to act in the present so as to ensure a certain future. On that note, when you ask for directions, you want them to be as specific as possible….
2. The universe is a big place. Give your reader a map. A psychic may not necessarily know from which thought or impression your question comes from. Asking a psychic a vague question is like asking someone to go into a hoarder’s house to find one specific item. You may think that you’re thinking something specific when you ask a vague question. You may also think that the psychic should know what you’re thinking.
The trouble is that you’re never just having more than one thought. You may be aware of only one fleeting thought at a time, with each of those thoughts connected in a tangled web of thoughts. Each of those things is connected to the past, present, and the future. Your questions are like directions. “Go north,” is less specific than “Go north six blocks,” which is less specific than “Go north to 34th Street,” which is less specific than “Go north to 34th street between 5th and 6th Ave,” which is less specific than “Go north to 50 W. 34th Street.”
So, if you were to ask a psychic if you will find love, the answer may be yes. Yes: at some point in your life, you will fall in love, and probably more than once. Some of those times will be requited, and at other times, they won’t love you back. And some of your loves will break your heart. Some of them won’t. Maybe one of them will last a lifetime. That’s the one you want to know about, right? The only you’ll hope for despite disappointments and heartbreaks, right? Then ask about that one.
3. There is such a thing as psychic privacy, so to speak. When you ask a psychic to help you, you’re asking someone to go through your past, your present, and your future to find what you can’t find. This is like handing your house keys to a stranger. Asking a vague question is like giving a psychic access to everything, and they may not want to go to places that should probably remain private. You can imagine the difficulty of not only being invited into someone’s home, but not being sure where you should and shouldn’t go. A psychic doesn’t want to invade your privacy, but by asking a vague question, you’re essentially telling them to look everywhere and anywhere for the answer. Ask for what you actually want so you can figure out a way to get what you want, and ask for what you want to share with the psychic, and not what you don’t want to share.
4. A little intent goes a long way. The key is to figure out what was, what is, or what will be so you can act on it. Your intentions do make things easier to understand. They also make psychic impressions stronger. Psychic impressions are rarely told to the psychic verbatim, but rather come as visions or impressions, even if they come from a spirit or being that can use language. Thus, your intention to do something is a feeling they can latch onto to guide them to finding out exactly what was, what is, and what will be. Without intention to act, there is nothing to report, and little to hold onto.
And we form our intentions to act by focusing on something and going for it. Otherwise, nothing will happen. For example, you may get the idea to lose weight. From there, you decide to diet, and from there, you choose a diet and then go through the steps of shopping for food within that diet. Now, you’ve made a commit and crystallized your intent. You will go on this weight loss diet! From here, one can predict whether or not you will lose weight.
If you crystallize your intent by focusing on a specific question, the psychic can help you decide your course of action. They can focus and they can advise you on how to make your intention a reality.