Maybe you’re obsessed with tarot cards. Maybe you feel lost, like you’re wandering through life and need guidance. Maybe you want to know how your love life is going to turn out. Whatever the reason is, you want to see a psychic.
I saw one in early May – it was my graduation gift to myself. I planned to stop in North Carolina on my way home to Virginia, so I looked up psychics that were on the way. While initially, I had my heart set on another psychic, I am so glad I saw the woman I did. Her name’s Marsha G. Cook. She’s in Davidson, North Carolina, close to Charlotte. She’s a psychic/medium at The Nook, which houses the Kent Cook Institute. They teach classes on numerology, palm-reading, and other certifications.
It was an amazing experience – I left feeling like I’m on the right path. Based on what she told me, I felt loved, protected and hopeful for the future. Still, there are a few things I wish I had done prior to seeing Marsha. I’ve listed some of them below, in addition to things I did do that I think will be useful for people who want to see a psychic sometime soon. If you ever see a psychic, give them a try. I think they’ll help you to truly get the most out of your experience.
Ask yourself why you want to go
Do you feel lost? Have you been unlucky in love? Do you want to reconnect with loved ones? Knowing why you’re doing this is important. It’ll help to ensure that your most pressing questions are answered. Hopefully you’ll leave feeling fulfilled with a better understanding of how you can get where you want to be in life.
Decide what type of person you want to see
Once you know why you’re going, it may be time to look into the different types of professionals there are in the field. This will help you to figure out which ones best suit your needs. There are so many: psychic mediums, palm readers, tarot card readers, people who use word wizardry, life and relationship coaches, spiritual counselors and more.
If you’re interested in a particular type of reading, do some searching online to see if you can find someone who specializes in it.
List the tough questions you need answers to
Do you find yourself living life in a never-ending cycle, constantly asking yourself the same questions over and over again? Write them down and take them to your session. At one point, Marsha asked me if I had anything specific I wanted to know and I was stumped. I wish I had been more prepared.
Chances are, you’re seeing a psychic because you don’t have the answers you’ve been searching for. Prepare yourself – be open to hearing things you may not want to hear and be brave enough to walk into this knowing you may not get all of the answers you seek because you’ve got some solo work to do to find them.
Check out the psychic’s reviews
Just like any other service you’re paying for, you should look into the company or individual you’re seeing. Read some reviews or talk to someone who has seen them, then decide whether they’re the right fit for you. Also, keep in mind that one person’s experience may not mirror your own. Read enough to notice any patterns, like “This person didn’t answer any of the questions I had, this person was late,” or “She rushed me out of the session before my time was up.”
I actually found Marsha by chance. I really wanted to see Heidi, a woman who also works at the Nook. Heidi had awesome reviews on Yelp, but she wasn’t going to be in town at the same time as me. Marsha was free, so I saw her. I’m so glad it worked out that way. She was incredibly helpful and I didn’t feel rushed. It worked out the way it was supposed to.
A few additional things to keep in mind are to decide how much you’re willing to pay for a session with a psychic. Also, decide how much time you’ll need. This is where being prepared comes in handy – if you know you have a lot to talk about or you have a lot of questions, maybe you need more time.
Based on her site info, Marsha’s services range from 30 minutes to 75 minutes. The longer the session is, the more it’ll cost. I saw her for an hour for $150. It was worth every penny.
I hope you’ve found this helpful, interesting, or, you know, both?
As always, thanks for reading! If you have questions or want to share your experience, drop a comment below.