08 May When NOT To Get An Akashic Records Reading
I was talking to a friend the other night and she asked me whether it would be a good idea to get an Akashic Records reading about a problem she was having.
You see, she was trying to decide whether to relocate. She was terribly torn between moving back to southern California or remaining in the Bay area. Both held equal appeal for her, for different reasons. But she did have to make a decision, because she was about to put her house on the market.
Without any hesitation, I told her that getting a reading would be a truly TERRIBLE idea.
Coming from a psychic, this may have been a surprising answer.
Here’s why I dissuaded her from getting a reading.
Intuitive guidance is based on our client’s intention. And when a client truly doesn’t know what they want, any available guidance is vague at best.
You see, it’s not up to the Akashic Records or our Higher Self or our Guides to tell us what to do – ever! After all, we were given the gift of free will and choice so that we stand as the powerful Creators of our own experience.
Making decisions about what we want is always, always our responsibility.
And big decisions can be agonizing. After all, there’s a lot at stake. We may have to live with the consequences of our choices for a long, long time!
Unfortunately, clients sometimes seek out psychics and intuitives, or attempt to go into the Akashic Records, because they wish some spiritual resource would just TELL THEM what to do.
It’s an abdication of responsibility, plain and simple. And as professionals, it is our job to remind our clients that, first and foremost, they are here to create through choice.
One of the best ways we can serve our clients at times is to NOT answer the question they think they have.
It only took five minutes of conversation to figure out that my friend’s problem was not about location at all. She had a craving for more stability, plain and simple. And what she really needed to address was financial instability in her business … so that she could eventually have TWO homes, if that was what she really wanted.
If a client truly doesn’t know what they want … don’t ever be tempted to give them a reading to help them make up their mind. Instead, figure out the root cause of their indecision with them.
Your clients will have a more transformational experience, and you won’t be taking on responsibility that isn’t yours to claim!
To your infinite wisdom, Andrrea Hess