My experiences with psychics range from Miss Cleo:
To hanging with Shawn and Gus Wednesday nights.
I had just left an enthralling lesson from church about the benefits of the indwelling guide of the Holy Spirit and how to cast my worries and concerns to the Lord. That as a Christian, I am to look to God and God only.
All these things went through my mind as I called Zach at Hollywood Psychics to see if he was full of soup or if I was missing something.
I tried to set my psychic up by giving him half information, mis information, and out and out lying. Zach didn’t fall for any of it. He didn’t call me on my deception, but somehow caressed the truth out of me so that after my complementary call, I was trying to devise a way to call him back.
I asked about my marriage, my current jobless state, my future. I tried to keep my voice even so I wouldn’t give any tells, gave ambiguous scenarios, and was vague, Zach was able to see through my skepticism and render me speechless.
Career: currently I’m at a crossroad. I will do something in the healthcare field but not necessarily the patient contact I detest.* As for my current situation, I would be in jobs, not careers until I increased my credentials.
Marriage: I have nothing to worry about, but we both need to learn better communication. Our current head in the sand and kitchen sinking**…not good.
Future: I need to give myself more credit, and capitalize on the positive energy that surrounds me.
Over all, I was pleased with my reading. Zach was respectful, he listened and with the exception of a future in healthcare, he was on the money.
That still didn’t stop me from ending my reading by humming:
I know You know that
I’m not telling the truth
I know you know they
Just don’t have any proof
Embrace the deception, learn how to bend
Your worst inhibitions,
They will Psych you out in the end
* I worked as a Unit Clerk. I would stand at the door if I needed to speak with patients to avoid contact. Germs, ugh!
** Kitchen-sinking is when you argue and bring up every thing in an attempt to win the argument.
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