HOW TO PREPARE [draft]
Sessions are most effective when you come to them with an open, trusting sense of curiosity, and a willingness to accept whatever happens as a gift. It’s best to leave specific expectations at the door. For example, although you might desperately want to hear from one particular individual in a mediumship session, that person might not be ready yet to connect with you.
You might even be surprised by an unexpected development in a session, and realize afterward that the result was more helpful than the specific outcome you originally hoped for.
Sometimes things move fast, or you might receive a message you don't understand right away. You're welcome to digitally record what’s happening in order to refresh your memory later. Michele doesn't record sessions.
Also, keep some tissues by your side. It's normal for various emotions to come up during a psychic reading or mediumship session. Most people experience this as a pleasant release, and any tears that are shed feel quite natural and comfortable.
Make sure to let your loved ones lead the conversation during a mediumship session. Avoid providing extra information, and allow those who come through to introduce the facts about themselves and their lives. You’ll feel a greater sense of affirmation and resolution if details come to light without prior clues or suggestions.
After a loved one passes, allow yourself some time to grieve before considering a mediumship session. The time needed for this will vary, so you can decide for yourself when you’re ready.
You can choose to bring a few objects with you to a mediumship session, items that remind you of the individuals you hope to hear from. These aren’t necessary for a powerful reading, but occasionally will play a part in connecting with those who have passed over.
In general, the best approach is to remain optimistic, have faith in the process, and allow yourself to be guided to a happier, more peaceful state of mind.
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