* Consider what you're looking for. Do you want to focus on your life direction? Some specific part of your life? Relationships with other people? The focus matters because it changes the way you prepare for the session. Your desired focus will even change the psychic you choose for your session. Identifying your focus will help you find someone who specializes in the thing you're looking for, or who offers the temperament that you can best identify with. Spend some time in the silence, allowing yourself to explore your vision for hints of the outcome you are hoping for. Identifying your goal will help you write the questions that most need answering, so that we can create the experience that will be most fulfilling.
* Know that this will be an interactive experience. I will invite you to ask for more details if you need them. I may suggest that you move in a new direction if the questions that you're asking are limiting you in some way. I offer these sessions in order to help you grow and develop your spirituality. I'm only doing my job when I encourage you to think bigger, and look at the larger picture.
* Know that this is private. This is your session. You are welcome to bring any concern that you have. I hold your questions, your concerns, and your confidence sacred.
* Bring a friend if you want or need to. Sometimes, people bring trusted companions for support. This is perfectly fine. I know that it can be a little scary to go to a stranger with your intimate concerns! You may want to have a discussion with your friend before the session--often, intimate matters are revealed during the course of the reading. Make sure you feel comfortable sharing these concerns with a friend that you bring with you. All I ask is that you let me know in advance that your friend is joining you. I do have a comfortable chair in a separate area, as well as ample seating in my reading room--so it is up to you whether you friend joins us for the reading.
* You will need to do some pre-appointment work. Write a list of the qeustions that you want to discuss. Place them in the order that reflects the way you would like to address them. Also, spend some time in the silence--make sure you note everything that comes up for you. If you are bringing a friend, then you may want or need to alter the questions that we address during your session. Be sure to give this thought before our time together.
* Bring a way to record your impressions. For some people, this means bringing pad and paper. Others bring a recording device. Either way, it can be very useful to bring a memory aid, so that you can focus on being present--not on straining your mind to recall all of the things that happened during our session!
* Know that I am a psychic, not a medium. I can answer your questions, help you find your balance, encourage your spiritual growth, assist you in developing your own gifts, and more--but I can't help you connect to your loved ones who have passed beyond the veil.
* I can read objects. You are welcome to bring a phone, a set of keys, a watch, a wallet, or some other personal item belonging to your loved one. (This should be an item with which your loved one has had regular, exclusive contact. An item that has been shared by multiple people will hold the energy of multiple people, and the reading will be more challenging.) I can read the energy of the item, and answer your questions about the person and the circumstances related to the item.
* Yes/No questions don't give Spirit a chance to elaborate. My guides believe the question is over once the answer (in this case, the one-word response) has crossed my lips. They withdraw the energy--they are ready to move on! That doesn't give us time to explore the issues that are attached to the question. I know there is more...so I suggest doing your best to avoid asking these. Believe me, you want details.
* You will have homework. I may give you work to do after the session. Most often, this is a list of questions to answer for yourself, or exercises to complete. This is part of the experience. If I give you an assignment, it is because I believe it can help you progress in some way. Try to set aside the time, and to make your best effort.
These are not all of the issues to consider--but considering these is a good place to start. Most importantly, give yourself plenty of time to identify the best decision for you.