One of the things I’ve learnt over the years is that some people will always try to get freebies under the guise of testing out your talents or because they find it interesting.
Picture the scene, you’re at a party or networking event and after you’ve introduced yourself they ask what you do, as soon as you say ‘I’m a professional psychic and healer’ the first thing they do is say, ‘Oh tell me something about me’. At this point I usually laugh. It is a bit funny when you think about it – it’s like meeting a sales person and immediately saying ‘Oh sell something to me’.
When I say ‘Here? No, but you’re very welcome to book an appointment with me’ they’re always a little shocked, perhaps it’s like when you get a magic 8 ball and you want to play and it says ‘ask later’. I think that’s quite normal civilised behaviour to choose when and where I want to work but I’m always surprised that other people are surprised. I think it’s like meeting a ballerina and saying ‘Oh do a piroette’. Just because they can, doesn’t mean they will.
I have met some psychic’s at the beginning of their journey who are eager to practice their skills that they’ll offer anyone freebies (which is great for learning) but once they reach a level of mastery I bet they won’t be so eager because they’ll be using it all the time anyway. Plus experience will have taught them there is a great responsibility in this work and most information is best shared in private when the client is prepared.
So if we meet at a party don’t be surprised if you hear me laugh & say ‘you’re welcome to book an appointment’,xx