The Structure of a Reading
The following is a brief description of how my Readings are structured. Please review so that you may feel comfortable with the process. (Click the Downlad and Read button above to download a printable pdf file with a complete and detailed description of the Reading process.)
I will not ask you any questions or want to know anything about you before a Reading.
Rather, the structure for a Life Reading is provided by the questions you ask of me. In order for you to get the most from your Reading it is very important that you prepare by taking time to formulate and write down your questions. Please carefully review the special section on How to Prepare for a Reading for detailed instructions and advice on this important step in our process of communication. 11 How a Reading proceeds.
People often call when they are in a stressful time in life, or experiencing anxieties. If that is apparent to me I may address that as an opening statement, describing the situation. Otherwise, we will go directly to your questions.
Readings tend to segment themselves naturally. At the end of each section I will ask you if you understand everything we’ve covered, and if you have any questions about what we’ve covered so far. At the end of the reading I will ask you again if you have any additional questions. I will speak with you until all of the information has come through, and we will answer all of your questions.
It’s rare, but in the event no answer comes through for a question you have asked, I will be very careful to say “I have no answer to that question. There is no information coming through.” This way a conversational ‘yes’ or ‘no’ from me will not be misinterpreted out of context as an affirmative or negative answer to your question.
I do not claim to know all and see all. A reading can cover anywhere from three months to thirty-five years to the rest of your life. I have no control over that. I have learned that when a person is particularly stressed the time period covered by a Reading compresses to a shorter period, usually surrounding the immediate situation. How you can get the most from your reading.
I encourage you to take notes during the Reading so keep a pad of paper with you. Questions will occur to you during the Reading and you can write them down without breaking the flow of the session. By writing them down we can be sure to come back to them at the end of the Reading. Also, if a specific point or lesson for you jumps out at me, I will ask you to write it down and circle it to make sure you give it proper attention. How a Reading begins.
To begin a session I will listen to your voice for a few minutes. I will usually ask you to go to a window and describe something you see in detail. Do not be nervous about what to say. I am listening to the sound of your voice rather than your words. If English is your second language, I may ask you to speak briefly in your native language. When a person speaks in their native language, they speak richly, with inflection and cadence, and hidden in those words is where I make connection.
After I’ve heard your voice for a few minutes, I’ll describe the person I’m seeing and ask you to confirm that I have the right Record.