When you consult someone who sees the future, you are having a reading or sitting session. Depending on the company that you use, the fees can be quite different than what you would encounter with a face to face session. However the website option allows for a more honest transmission between you.
Some people who don’t believe these types of people exist will say that physical cues are used to feed a customer lies. This is not the case online, as there is no contact or face to face for any physical cues to be seen. So you can decide if your seer is honest or not about your reading when doing so online, feeling as though your reading is genuine and not fabricated.
When having your reading, a little information will be requested before it begins. This includes your first name only as well as your day and month of birth and sometimes your birth order in the family. The first name is simply as a means of addressing you personally, while the birth date is used as a means of determining your sign. The birth order has a lot to do with how on point your sign is towards your life.
If you are asked for anything else, you should avoid giving away details. You can easily deny or confirm information with a yes or no answer, but only if you are asked to do so. If you aren’t asked to respond, it is best to avoid giving any other information.
A good guess for someone who is middle aged is to say that a parent has passed away, since many in this age group will have experienced this. Ask for specifics when you can, to get the best information from your session. There isn’t anything bad about asking to get more information, if your questions can be answered. If you want details on money, you can’t expect a definitive number.
People who see the future can tell you about your relationship status, if you will be a success at work or even if you will be having a child inside of a specific time frame. But you cannot get answers to things such as a person’s full name, specific numbers in many cases and where you may live. A vague question is best, or better yet do not voice your questions and simply allow the answers to come.
For information on specific readers, it is best to research the company they go through first. Check with the Better Business Bureau to determine if anyone has filed recent complaints. You can also do a fraud search for the company name or the reader name, in hopes of getting any further information.