An intuitive reading is really all about you. It’s the space for you to be seen for who you really are and is simply one of the best gifts you could give to yourself.
The word ‘intuitive’ is a more neutral way of saying ‘psychic’ and ‘clairvoyant’ … in reality, it means the same thing, but carries much less baggage than those old words. Consider for a moment the feelings, reactions, pictures and sensations that run through your body when you hear the words ‘psychic’ or ‘clairvoyant’ and then compare it with the response you get to the word ‘intuitive’. There is a difference.
You can have an intuitive reading at any time. You don’t necessarily need to be having a crisis in your life to have it. Sometimes you can have it just to increase connection with your Essence, that part of you that knows, has the answers and the healing that you need. It’s not that great to get a reading while in the middle of stormy emotions, however, since you will be less receptive to the reading like that.
There are many different types of psychic readings out there. The way we practice readings at the Hello EssenceJoy Healing Centre is the new school way. This type of reading is all about you in present time. It’s not about making predictions or fortune-telling. It is absolutely possible to get a read on a future potential, of course, but it is less important than the choices you can make in the present to create the outcome you wish. Reading likes this is empowering you, the individual, to be Senior in your Universe and be the one making choices.
Before I give an intuitive reading, I start by first of all meditating and running my energy for about an hour prior to the reading. That way I am truly centered and ready for you, the readee. Once I start to read you, I say a short prayer and then ask you to state your name a few times. This allows me to tune in to your energy.
When I go into a reading space, I close my eyes and start to describe the images, pictures and visions that I’m seeing. I work entirely from the sixth chakra and use no external tools to read energy. Using cards can be a distraction and bring in a lot of bias while reading from the sixth chakra is very clear and healing for everyone involved.
The way I read is indeed different from old school psychics since I use energywork tools to keep my energy clean and clear throughout the reading. These tools, such as grounding and running energy, ensure that I’m reading clearly from the sixth chakra clairvoyance rather than the bias of the lower chakras. Reading from the sixth chakra is truly the most accurate way of reading, because it is the most present-time and neutral space from which to see and view energy. While, on the other hand, reading through the lower chakras can often be mixed with a lot of bias and misconceptions.
For example, in an intuitive reading using clairvoyance the reader often says ‘I see’. While in an old school reading that is using the second chakra the reader often says ‘I feel’. They are reading through their emotions and these can often be biased and coloured with one’s own stuff.
It takes a lot of experience and training to make the difference between reading through the sixth chakra or the lower chakras. We train this ability at the Hello EssenceJoy Healing Centre.
In a reading, I always make sure that I’m grounded into my body rather than floating around all over the place. This ensures a down-to-Earth and grounded reading. A reading like this will feel very healing and natural. You will notice the difference when read like this versus an old school psychic reading.
For you, the readee, there is truly no limit to what you can bring into the reading. You can ask about relationships, career, love life, spiritual path, creative projects, guides, deceased loved ones, pets, your aura, health and much more. It truly is the space for you to indulge yourself. You will receive a healing and the answers that you seek. Most importantly, read in this way, you will also learn to access your own healing and answers within yourself.
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