Tip #1 Verify, Don’t Supply! –The biggest mistake that can be made when receiving a reading from a legitimate psychic is giving the psychic too much information. In fact, the more information the psychic has upfront, the more difficult it is for the psychic to receive clear intuitive information. One reason for this is that the more factual or left-brain information the psychic is given, the harder it is to differentiate and discern between information that is received intuitively and known information or information that is inferred from what is already known. Secondly the more information the psychic has upfront, the more emotionally connected the psychic is to the person receiving the reading. That causes the reading to be more likely influenced by the psychic’s personal feelings. This is the reason that psychics find it difficult to read for family and friends. When asked by the psychic for information, you should provide it, especially before or at the beginning of the reading, because this often helps the psychic focus and connect with you. However, don’t volunteer any more information beyond what you are asked. For instance, if you are asked, “Was your uncle’s name Edward?” You can answer “yes” or “no.” However, don’t go on to say, “No his name was Charles, his wife was Shirley, they had four kids, he lived in Oklahoma, and he died from a heart attack on a Thursday, etc.” Let the psychic give you this information to you, and it will have far more meaning by way of validation.

Tip #2 Ask for what you want — If your goal is to have the psychic connect with someone who has passed, ask that discarnate to be present and communicate during the reading. You can either speak this out loud or say it in your head like a prayer – whichever way works best for you. Kathe finds that those who prepare in this way have a far greater chance of getting the desired connection.

Tip #3 Write down your questions and take notes — It’s easy to get side-tracked or forget what you really want to know during a reading, so write down your questions beforehand. Also, take notes during your reading. You’ll be happy you did when you want to refer back to them later. Information is often validated long after a reading is completed, so your notes could prove to be very valuable to you later on. Kathe encourages you to record your session.

Tip #4 Expectations — Try not to have expectations. The more you place expectations on your reading, the more likely you are to be disappointed. You may not get the information you want in the way you want or the way you expect it. It may come to you in a different manner, so it is important to keep an open mind and heart so that you can truly hear the information that is being relayed to you.

Tip #5 Relax! — Relax and enjoy your reading. Ask questions if you have them, and ask for clarification if you need it. This should be a fun, exciting, enlightening, possibly even healing experience for you!