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   Ethics of Reading

 

 Becoming a good psychic reader requires a certain eloquence and attitude, empathy, and awareness.  Following are several ethical practices that the best readers follow.

  • Be responsible.  People are looking to you for guidance, so hold their best interest at hand.

  • Respect the person.  Never be judgmental or condescending.  You never know if you might be the one being judged the next time.

  • Use integrity.  Your honesty will be appreciated.

  • Don't read someone without their consent.  Invasiveness is not a desirable method.

  • Use thoughtfulness, empathy and tact.  Choose your words carefully.

  • Bringing harm or fear to your clients is not going to help anyone.  If difficult news needs to be presented, again, use respect and tact.

  • Predicting misfortune is irresponsible.  The future is not etched in stone; it is forever changing with the choices and decisions and paths one takes.

  • Never improvise, add, or alter a reading or information that comes to you.  Say what is there and leave it at that.

  • Never apologize for your abilities.  As long as you're doing the best you can, being concise, being honest, and being true to yourself, that is good and is all that should be expected.  If you aren't able to receive information that someone asks for specifically, just say so...there is a time and a place for all things - including the correct time for the person to receive the information they are seeking.  Additionally, a true psychic is not, nor claims to be, 100% accurate.




 

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"A man's ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death."

 ~Albert Einstein

 

 

 

 

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