To psychic or not? Either way, an interesting profession

OFFERING psychic readings is an interesting profession; well, at least I think it is.

You sit down and tell someone how it looks like their life may pan out, although these statements are subject to particular changes.

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I have never had a psychic reading.

It's not that it has never crossed my mind; it's just that I have never taken that step and booked one.

But I'm not entirely sure how I would feel about finding out some of the intimate or personal details of my life, before they actually happen.

I like spontaneity and sometimes the surprising feeling where you wake up and think, 'wow, I never thought I would be here'.

My mum had a reading when she was in her 20s, and they told her some amazing stuff.

During her reading, the psychic predicted many things that did come true, including things which at the time were not in any way on my mum's agenda.

She predicted mum was going to move from Bundaberg to a place away from the ocean and have two properties.

A year later, we moved to Kalgoorlie, and also owned two properties during that venture.

The psychic predicted mum was going to have a baby within the next year, and sure enough, within a year I was born.

The next one may be a little far-fetched, but they also predicted she would have a daughter, and when she is older, everyone is going to know her name (I'm still working on that).

To this day, mum will still stand by the belief that when you come across a good psychic, the person will be legit.

When I hear her stories about her amazing readings, I consider it sometimes.

So who knows, maybe one day I'll step through the doors and be placed in the right direction with a cloud-free mind without any confusion.

Maybe I just need to toughen up and bite the bullet.

We'll see ... maybe someone out there will get a crazy feeling that one day I will call them.

In the meantime, I'm probably putting far too much thought into how it all goes.



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