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Sunday, April 29, 2007

Get Your Tarot Reading - Sponsored Message

The tarot is a set of cards featuring 21 trump cards and a special card called "The Fool", in addition to the usual suit (face and pip) cards found in ordinary playing cards. Many people, including celebrities like to get their futures told. Getting a psychic reading or tarot reading is a way for people to reassure themselves and plan ahead. Through Tarot readings you can find out valuable information that can ultimately change your life, such as information on love and relationships, careers and job choices, family information and even daily readings.

The hardest part of getting a Tarot reading is finding the right person to do it. You don’t want to locate any individual who claims to have special abilities. Instead, find someone with a genuine history in numerology, palm reading, tarot cards and other related items. Many times you can locate people who perform these special services by looking for those who have authored books on the topics.
It is also good to find a professional psychic who makes their living by being a psychic, not a carpet cleaner or a bartender. People who have established a name for themselves are going to give you the real results you need, not simply tell you what you want to hear.

Dr. Peter Filis is one of Sydney’s most popular Phone Psychics. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and a PhD in Parapsychology. He lives in Newtown, Sydney and travels the world speaking and conducting intensive workshops on various metaphysical subjects, including Psychic development, Numerology, Palmistry, and Tarot Interpretation. Dr. Peter Filis is the author of: Love and Your Lucky Numbers, Karmic Numerology, Your Career and your Lucky Numbers, Your Health And Your Lucky Numbers, Palmistry, love and you and Find your ideal partner through Palmistry.
People choose Dr. Filis to perform their tarot readings because he talk down to, lecture or judge anyone and his readings are right to the point and direct. In addition, his readings are so accurate that he offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee or your money back!

In addition to getting a great reading, you can also purchase Tarot labels that will teach you quickly and easily how to perform your own readings.

Making the Most Of Your Psychic Readings -

1. Stick to it – Don’t jump from one psychic to the next. Pick a good, highly recommended psychic and stick to them for a period of time. Bouncing back and forth from one to the next will only confuse you.

2. Accuracy – Every psychic is not going to be 100% correct about future events 100% of the time. But if your psychic is NOT at least 80% correct about the situations you discuss with them, it’s time to move on.

3. References – Although a physic is supposed to honour their clients confidentiality, you should be easily able to locate recommendations for their services. If you can’t find a single good word about them, you may want to look elsewhere!

4. Remember, a psychic can’t make your problems go away. There’s no magic wand they can wave that will fix your marriage, get you a raise at work or make your child get better grades. The choices we make ultimately affect the outcome of our actions. However, the psychic can aid in your future by preparing you for upcoming events, helping you find the root of problems and showing you alternative paths to choose.

5. Write! – Be sure to keep a pen and paper handy during your readings and write down all of the important information. People who use readers regularly like to keep detailed notebooks about their readings so they can refer back to them.

6. Prepare – Before you jump on the phone and call up a psychic, it’s important to figure out what questions you are seeking answers for. Your satisfaction will be much greater if you get a specific reading then request a general reading.

7. Never hesitate to ask questions – If at any time during your reading you feel unsure about something the reader has told you, ask for clarification! Never feel bad about requesting that the reader slows down or even repeats something!

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