During my 20 years as a Psychic providing tarot card readings, the question I am most often asked revolves around love. Getting it, keeping it, attracting it. Followed by a question more tricky to answer: When? So why is it that love still eludes us?
Essentially, psychics are in the business of selling hope. Its a damn good product to sell, and having seen my fair share of clients’ miracles and happiness over the years, one I believe in wholeheartedly. Its a wonderful rewarding profession and, duty bound to impart what we see, we do our best. All well and good. Except that the happy endings and miracles I’ve seen don’t come with a ‘quick-fix’ guarantee. The key to getting what we want is a process that requires a tad more effort on our part than we mistakenly think necessary!
Over time, through dealing with the despair of so many of us failing to see our cherished wishes come true, I realised that tarot readings (and spiritual beliefs) on their own, are not enough. Because Tarot is such a great psychological tool, I have combined it with my Psychology degree to get better results. What most of us don’t get, is HOW to make our dreams come true. One of the methods to implement psychic information is to use and understand the “Law of Attraction”, via a wonderful book by Esther and Jerry Hicks’, called “Ask and it is Given” , which produced the perfect practical guideline to achieving our needs.
By understanding and working with the Law of Attraction, we are shown a simple truth. That every time we THINK about wanting something, for example, having a loving, committed relationship, what we don’t realise is that a negative FEELING of hopelessness, fear etc actually accompanies our wish. This instinctive (and often unrecognised) emotion is the driving energy behind our thoughts. It is emotion that controls our thoughts, emotion that we need to address, then thought and action, in order to attract love etc.
This way we are empowered to take active steps towards becoming responsible for attracting the happiness we deserve. It is a powerful, simple truth and a means to implement the information given through the readings.