The varying gifts of a psychic
By Jackie Tomlin
If you are seeking a psychic reading, I would recommend that you familiarize yourself with the different gifts in order
to get the best reading possible. Some psychics have many gifts and some have one or two. By knowing the
difference in the gifts, you can get the most out of the type of reading you want.
A clairvoyant is someone who is "clear seeing". They actually see things that have either happened or things that are
coming up. I would best describe this as actually watching a video of some sorts.
A clairaudient means that they are "clear hearing". They can actually hear messages that are being relayed to them.
Some say that they hear messages through their spirit guides, and some say they hear messages from angels. Another
form is to actually "hear" what is going on, when they are viewing the clairvoyant video.
An empath is someone who can pick up on people’s feelings and emotions. They can actually feel the situation that
they are reading. They also carry the ability to read other people’s emotions and feelings.
An intuitive means that they are using their intuition. This is a "gut feeling" type of sensation. Most of us are intuitive to
a certain degree, but choose to ignore what we are feeling or being pulled towards.
A medium is one that has the ability to communicate with someone on the other side. This is someone you would
consult if you were trying to connect with a loved one that has passed.
A tarot card reader actually uses tarot cards. There are a lot of psychics that prefer to use some sort of divination
tool. They can range from tarot cards, runes, pendulums, crystal balls, and tea leafs to name a few.
To get the best reading possible, you should take the time to match the psychic’s gifts with what you are seeking to
find out. For example, if you were wondering about your upcoming career path, I would not advise consulting a
Remember that readings should be personable and geared towards you. Not a generalization that could apply to
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