I get it, you had a moving and helpful experience with your reading and you want to share that with your friends or relatives. I’m all good with that. As a matter of fact, I’m better than good with it, I’m super-appreciative, thankful and ecstatic! But when it comes to trying to prove something to your skeptical friends I’ll give you one word of advice. Don’t.
I don’t say this for my sake dear spiritual enthusiast, but for yours. Many a well meaning friend has gifted a reading to their skeptical counterpart only to find themselves in an awkward place at their next brunch meeting. “So….how did you like it? She’ amazing, isn’t she?!”
Now here’s the truth. It doesn’t bother me one lick as to how skeptical a person is when they sit down to a reading. They can sit there with their arms crossed, lips closed, and a complete poker face and I’ll still tell them what they need to know. They can outright lie to me and tell me the information isn’t true or tell me they don’t know what I’m talking about or even play “You tell me, you’re the psychic.” for the entire reading and they’ll STILL get exactly what they need. After all, this ain’t my first rodeo, I’ve handled it all.
Making ‘believers’ out of people is not my job and truth be told, it’s not yours either. But if you are still bent on gifting your skeptical friend a reading go ahead, because in the end, whether they’ve been totally converted or still skeptical, they’ll get exactly what they needed from the experience.
And as for you….at that next brunch, just be open to whatever it is they took away from the reading. Don’t fret if they didn’t get it as well as you did. Seeds were planted, understanding was cultivated and eventually, eventually that experience will be part of that person’s growth. Some people just take a little longer to germinate than others.
Samantha Hall is a full time psychic, medium and spiritual mentor. Transplanted from her roots in Arizona, Samantha now makes her home in Northwest Georgia. Part philosopher, part psychic, student of quantum sciences and consciousness, Samantha is always searching for answers to what make humans so uniquely human. Find more here: Samantha Hall