Psychic Counseling is a serious topic, or at least it should be. I’m not talking about 1-800 numbers here, or even local palm reader. I mean real and effective counseling that includes, mental and emotional issues, such as avoiding pitfalls and bad relationships. Counseling that helps individual make better progress in all aspects their life.
The use of psychic abilities to help someone improve their situation is nothing new. The rich and powerful often have advisors that warn them of potential difficulties and give them tips on how to get around them.
What I am presenting here goes one step further than that. Using psychic counseling as a way to help a person not only avoid dangers, but address deep emotional issues and make better choices. A process that is not as one-way as traditional psychic work, where psychic tells person what they perceive, with little meaningful interaction and almost no personal growth on side of client.
The counselor should provide more than raw psychic information. The person being helped should be coached to develop their own skills and intuitions, to use their own psychic skills and talents to better their life. They should be aided in, not just making good decisions right now, but in knowing how to make good choices in future.
I am going to cover psychic aspects of counseling at this point, for you to add to your personal repertoire of skills. Because of space considerations I will not go into issues that pertain only to counseling, even though they are equally important to this process. For ease of use I am going to break this down by specific component, though in a counseling environment, you will want to be using all of separate parts more holistically for best results.
Preparation- Take time to ready yourself before your client arrives (I am using client to describe person being helped for ease of use, it could be your friend, family member or co-worker.) most people will be more at ease if you don’t meditate in front of them for first five minutes they are there.
Start by relaxing and settling your mind into a meditative state. Don’t be afraid of going too deep. When you begin to talk to other person your brainwave state will tend to rise somewhat anyway, so this should not be a problem.
Acknowledge your subconscious mind, by briefly holding a single concept, without words or pictures, for a few moments. Any concept will do. Since much of your work will have to be done on a conscious level, it is not of great benefit to plunge into deep conceptual processing at this point. Still, it will help your sensitivity, so make this part of your routine.
Take time to let go of your own preconceptions. Just accept that you may have some and set them aside. This will help your ability to perceive information that is somewhat foreign to your normal mode of operation.
Now that you are in a good starting place you will be able to better apply yourself to counseling session.
Empathy/Telepathy- Since you are already in a light receptive state, it should be fairly easy to create an entrainment/resonance pattern with other person. Since you are not going to be working in a deep trance state, catch other persons eye for a few moments. It only takes a few seconds, since it is a natural process, allowing you to become more in synch with one another. Since you are most likely in a more mentally balanced and synchronized state than they are, due to your preparations, they will very likely pick up your mental pattern, making it easier to get a read on them later.
I am not going to tell you how to be an empath or telepath here (you can find out more about topic in “Telepathy and Empathy: Getting started” by Dale Power.) rest assured though, that you have capability to do these things, even without special training, as long as you stay relaxed and try! Practice and training help, but these are natural abilities you already posses.
As you speak to them, pay attention to any signals they are giving you. Remember that these signals may not always match what they are thinking on a conscious level at time. Ask about these impressions, not to see if you are correct, but to see what they mean to other person. Even things that do not make sense to you may be deeply important, so don’t shy away from what may seem to be a strange idea. Just ask them and see what happens.
Also, be aware of feelings of evasiveness or deception. Don’t hold it against person if they try to hide embarrassing moments or feelings, this is natural, but do address it and point out it may be happening. With feedback they may be able to correct themselves.