I have been doing readings and energy work professionally for over 26 years and on a full time basis for over 16 years. It is such a blessing that this work continues to teach me about myself and how intuittion works, at least for me.
Over the years I’ve noticed that some readings were spot on, very accurate with specific details about past, present, and future while other sessions were vague or had moments of innacuracy. I realize that no one reader can be totally accurate 100% of the time. But I did question why there seemed to be such gradations of accuracy in details.
I receive my messages from Angels, Spirit Guides, Animal Guides, Master Teachers, Source, and Loved Ones who have crossed over. A couple of years ago my Guides began to tell me that in a reading, I can basically tell people only two things. I can only tell them what they are ready to know and I can only tell them what they are allowed to know. Some clients tell me they want to hear everything, that they don’t want me to hold back anything. Other clients are nervous about what might come through and ask me to only tell them positive messages. Our guides know us so well. They know what we can and cannot handle knowing. I let my clients know that I cannot interfere with their spiritual lessons or take away from that process and that is why there are some things they are not allowed to know.
Here is a story I hope illustrates my point :
Years ago I had a client that came to me occasionally but worked with another reader consistently. They had a great rapport and track record in working with each other.
One day my client went to her regular reader and said “I only have one question. Please tell me anything you sense but I really only want to know if my job is safe.” The reader tuned in and said “Your job is safe. You have nothing to worry about.” The reading progressed into other topics but the client repeatedly asked if her job was safe. Each time the reader gave her the same response.
My client went to her job the next day and was let go, as were several others. Each person was given a nice severance package and my client even received some leads for potential new jobs. She was shocked. She couldn’t believe what was happening.
She went back to her regular reader and said “Why were you wrong? You have always been so right with me before.” The reader tuned in and said “What would you have done if you knew in advance that you were going to lose your job?” My client said “Knowing me, I would have gone in with a major attitude and probably would have been angry and burned some bridges, so to speak.” The light bulb came on for them both. Because she did not know in advance that she was losing her job, she did not say or do anything she would have regretted. Past experience showed her that when she hears bad news or is afraid, she says hurtful and potentially destructive things. She was so shocked she barely responded to the news. And as a result was able to receive compensation and possible leads to new work.
So I now know there is always a reason why sometimes I can clearly see the bigger picture and why sometimes I can’t or don’t. Sometimes we just need to have certain experiences that had we known about them in advance we might have avoided.
My wish for you is that you trust that whatever you receive via your intuition is always what you need to know, even if it is not what you want to know.