The point of clairvoyant counselling is to provide
a person with insight - insight into themselves, the situations in which they find themselves and the people around them.
That will enable the client to understand his or her past situation better, see the road ahead more clearly and to make informed
choices and decisions.
A genuine clairvoyant will provide you with
accurate information about people, events and situations that are personal and meaningful to you, but of which he or she could
have had no prior knowledge.
That information might relate to the
past or the present. A genuine clairvoyant will also relay information about the future as it relates to your life that will
prove accurate as events unfold. A reputable clairvoyant may well ask their clients to take a recording of their sessions,
as they may not be able to absorb all that has been said. They can then refer to it as time goes on.
Many clairvoyants will also talk to you about your personality, character, traits, talents, strengths and weaknesses.
This is particularly likely to be the case when something about you personally has an immediate bearing on present or future
events. Where opportunities may be seized or pitfalls avoided, for example.
All information will be given in a clear, concise and readily understandable manner.
You may expect honesty, integrity and discretion from any genuine clairvoyant. Anything you say during a session
will be held in complete confidence. You may be sure that anything your your Counsellor says to you will reach no ears but
your own. Clairvoyance is not a conscious activity. Few clairvoyants remember much - if anything - of what they say when they
Handwriting analysis (or Graphology) is a method of identifying, evaluating and understanding a person's character
throught the shapes and forms of letters revealed in his or her cursive handwriting. It is a reliable tool for determining
such traits as stability, risk-taking and judgment and can be used to gauge compatibility levels between two people.
You wil be asked to provde a specimen of your own handwriting in script/cursive. If you would like a compatibility
study done, it will be necessary to provide a sample, again in script/cursive of, preferably, at least a couple of lines.