We’ve all heard of psychics, clairvoyants and tarot readers, but less commonly known are angel readers.
Angel readings have a similar format to tarot readings in that the reader will often make use of an angel deck – a pack of cards which will show the reader which angels are present during the reading. An angel reader will act as a messenger between angels and the person they are doing the reading for. It’s easy to find an angel reader today as so many of them have their own sites on the internet, or belong to a larger group of psychic readers like thecircle.com.
You can have angel readings by phone, Skype or email so it’s really easy to organise a reading. Angels have always been viewed as messengers between heaven and earth, but they’re not restricted to Christianity. Other faiths also believe in the presence of angels, who are there to help us in the human world.
You can ask whatever questions you like during an angel reading. Don’t expect to be told what to do by your angel or angel reader. Instead, they will help you understand how you have come to this point in your life, and look into how your behaviour and choices will influence where you go from here. It’s more helpful for the reader if you ask precise questions. So rather than asking vaguer, more sweeping questions like ‘Will I be successful?’, it’s better to ask ‘I’m hoping to be included in the next round of promotions at work, do you think I will get one?’
How to prepare for an angel reading
Make sure that you will not be distracted during your reading as this can hinder the connection between you and your angel reader, and the angels themselves. Write down your questions beforehand, so that you don’t leave anything out. Try and take five minutes before the reading to close your eyes and be calm, so that you go into the reading in the most relaxed state possible.
You should find that having an angel reading is a positive and beneficial experience, and it may be something that you start to then do on a semi-regular basis. If, on the other hand, you don’t enjoy it, there’s no obligation to have further readings.
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