Psychic Coaching v. Psychic Readings — What’s the difference?

I am both a psychic coach and a psychic reader.  As a psychic coach I read intuitively; as a psychic reader I offer coaching where appropriate, and if the client is open to the information.

Psychic coaching involves actual conversation, intuition and access to higher levels of inspiration from which many people are disconnected.  I listen to the client to gain a deep understanding of the situation.  Psychic readings, on the other hand, often involve a lot of one-way information from me to the client, all of which comes from Spirit.  Often, if Spirit had its druthers, I could give an entire reading without hearing much from the client at all. In those circumstances (where Spirit information dominates the session) I allow it because it is for the client’s best interest.

Psychic coaching is exciting because it allows me to help someone specifically structure their life to enable better results and ultimately to attain happiness.  There is an element of therapy and counsel involved, though the Source of therapy comes from outside myself — I simply facilitate it.  Psychic coaching also tends to deal with more “macro” issues like purpose, path and living your utmost for the highest.  Psychic readings deal in those things as well, though during a reading a client will tend to be more focused on immediate issues like money, love relationships, health and the like.

There is obviously a place for these services, which is why I offer both.  I often see psychic readings as a triage of sorts; people come in for immediate answers to help in present situations.  Psychic coaching usually attracts people who want to take their lives to the next level after that — who want to live optimally and in poignant connection to Source.

About Crystal

Crystal Anne Compton is a certified intuitive reader, writer, and teacher of metaphysics. Click here to order an intuitive reading.
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