As a psychic medium and animal communicator, I get all kinds of questions thrown at me during readings. Over the years I have come to the realization that it’s not so much the question that is being asked but how it is being asked that makes the difference between getting no answer and or a full response to your questions. There is a list of things that I and most psychics – or at least those with ethics – will avoid answering or dealing with.

1.) How and when will I die?

Very few ask this question … but to those who wonder, trust me – you do not want the answer and most likely any psychic whom you ask that question of will not respond to it. There are of course rare exceptions, but by and large leave this one alone.

2.) Will I … “insert monetary desire here”).

For example if you ask a psychic, will my business make a profit this year? The psychic has a very limited number of ways to respond to that question. For example if the psychic says, “yes” than you may rest on your laurels expecting to make a profit regardless of what you do. If I or any other psychic tells you that you will lose money, than you may not make an effort since you believe that all the hard work in the world will not pay off. The key is this … you must ask how is it possible to make a profit this year? We may or may not get an answer to this question, but at least it has a shot at being answered in a fashion that makes both parties happy.

Think about this for a moment … we all have free will and we make decisions based upon information we have concerning various opportunities that we are presented in life. I will use another example of how our free will dictates the response to some questions … bear in mind that each situation is unique, but this gives a good idea of the mechanics behind the concept of free will and asking a psychic a question about your life.

Not too long ago I was doing a reading for an individual who had a health related concern. I zeroed in on the heart surgery they had received as well as the nature of their problem with their heart. When asked if they would require additional operations to repair the heart I was unable to come up with a simple yes or no response, the answer was a bit more complex. If they lost the weight they would not require the additional surgery, however if they kept the weight or gained weight then the additional surgery would be required.

3.) What can I do to make “name” love me?

Love spells, potions, candles, incantations and so forth are never genuine. You cannot force a person to love something or someone. You can make yourself a bit more attractive perhaps, but if you are not meant to be with someone, all the consultations with all psychics in the world would not make a difference. The frauds would try and sell you a portion, a spell or a candle, but honestly, you cannot make someone to love something that it is not in their nature to love.

Several times I have had to work with readings where I am dealing with a love struck individual. Not, so much love struck, but obsessed, infatuated and irrational. Many times the person believes that by being with the person whom they desire, though rarely know, that they will be whole. These people are often so unhappy with their own lives that they become obsessed with someone else, whom they deem to be in a better situation, more together, more attractive etc., than them. By identifying with the object of their desires, they see themselves elevated as well.

The problem with these situations is that were the people to get together with each other, almost invariably it will be a dysfunctional relationship. When a person has had their advances brushed aside, ignored and turned down, it is time to either look to another person for companionship or it is time to do some deep soul searching and make some changes within your own life.

Until we love ourselves and are comfortable within our own bodies, (and take care of them of course) it is not possible to truly find a loving relationship where both parties are on level ground and where the relationship is symbiotic.  If you feel the need to ask the above question, rephrase it as such … “Is there a way to make it so that “name” and I can have a healthy relationship together?” and be prepared for any response.

Believe it or not … I have had some people who I would consider stalker material, try and get a reading for the purpose of stalking their favorite stars, etc. I have no interest in being an enabler and when presented with such individuals I will try and help them with themselves or flat our refuse to do a reading for them.

4.) What are the winning lottery numbers?

Variations to the above question may involve gambling on sports, stocks and or any other type of get rich quick scheme. The problem with this question is that it upsets the natural balance of things and as such is simply not going to be answered. Many times there is simply no response to this question. In very rare cases you may get an answer though I am not so sure that I would trust the answer as it may be inaccurate and designed to simply teach you a lesson … to not ask these types of questions.

Summary

When thinking of questions to ask a psychic, it is important to think about the literal response to your question. Many times all that is required is a bit of rephrasing in order to obtain an answer to your question that is of some benefit.

For example: “Will I go to Europe this year?”

The response could be a simple yes or no, but that does not help you out too much … if your intent is to find out how to get to Europe.

Perhaps you should ask: “What can I do to make it to Europe this year?”

For more about Charles Peden and to book a reading with him, visit www.charlespeden.com.

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