Are free psychic readings a good idea? by Rosemary Price psychic.

Having worked in this field full time for many years I can say, and this is an informed and educated decision, based on knowledge, that no people should not expect any tarot or clairvoyant readings to be free. Not because it is unfair on the clairvoyant - which is it - but because it backfires on them.

Let us take some examples. You meet a woman while out having a walk or shopping. She says she is clairvoyant and tells you that she knows this and that about you. Usually very flattering things which you want to believe and agree with. You are kind and loving, or incredibly smart or warm and generous or going to meet the man of your dreams soon, anything that gives you a lift and promises a better life. You eagerly agree with whatever this person tells you because it sounds good and makes you feel cheerful. But you have no proof this woman is really a clairvoyant psychic in the first place. And her so called proof of telling you nice things is hardly going to count. Any person can tell you such things and make it all up as they go along.

She then tells you that if you pay her a lot of money she can remove the horrible curse preventing you from having the happiness you seek etc. You can trust her because she gave you a FREE but also useless and inaccurate reading to start with??!! You may be scared that if you do not pay her and please her and do as she wants that somehow hurts you later.

Where has this so called free reading got you? Nowhere. It has led to you wasting time, energy, hope and money.

Yet if you go to a reputable, proven, real professional who is too busy helping clients who choose to go to them to wander around streets and shops trying it on with strangers you pay, yes of course you do, they have expenses and they need to live, and they could have been doing some other paid job instead, but you get a far more reliable and honest service which does not lead to wasting a lot more money later or disappointments later. Why would anyone go around working for free when they can get a paid job? Do they live on fresh air? Did they win the lottery so they can afford to be that extravagant? Surely if they had come into a lot of money and did not need to work they would stop work, not start to work for free?

Free sessions are usually a false economy. Remember that if anyone who claims to be good and offers it at no charge is really any good they would already be very busy with bargain hunters, chancers, opportunists and short sighted people who did not think this through.Can you imagine if a hairdresser offered everyone free hairdos. Would it make sense then that if you turned up for one you were the only person there and there was no waiting list? When I started out doing readings I did them all free. Word got around and was soon flooded with so many people wanting to to speak to me I never had a second to myself. It is impossible to keep up with the huge demand. And many of them would be around over every little thing, tiny details which they wanted to go over and over which did not really matter. i.e. Why did he not phone me today will he phone me tomorrow? As if it really matters much whether she has to wait another day to speak to him. Until I charged I would get them expecting to speak to me at least once a day, taking over my life as if they owned me. And some got very snappy and grumpy if they could not ring me at 3 am for a long chat about it yet again. Sometimes they would not listen properly or take note and then expect to hear the whole thing again the next day. Nice for them but no good to a busy person like me who needs to earn a living and have a life and has other people to help too. I did not charge because I was mean or nasty but because it was the only way I could make sure that people did not want to help themselves to all of my time. The truth is that people take you for granted if you give freely where there is no exchange and one gives and one takes all of the time.

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Author's Bio: 

Rosemary Price http://www.webclairvoyant.com helping people with accurate psychic readings for more than 40 years.