Okay, y'all. I know you've been wondering what an Autumnforest psychic read is like. Well, Julie and I finally filmed one. I told her many months ago that I was interested in videotaping a psychic read so folks could see how it goes. She had forgotten. I had forgotten. But, as she left for the trip this past weekend, Julie remembered and brought an item. The team was sitting around the table in our huge schoolroom that we were staying in, hanging out and having deep philosophical paranormal conversations, when she pulled out this doorknob and said, "read it." I did like I always do during a read, ask her to remain quiet while I say everything I can get and I look away, focusing my eyes around until I find the spot in space where I seem to hone in on the item. It's hard to describe that process, but as I read the doorknob, I held it in my reading hand (left) and looked off to the lower right away from Julie and spoke. I never realized until seeing this, how much my right hand moves as I describe the reading. It seems to help me sift. After my read, you will hear Julie commenting on all the things I said.
I'm not going to make any jokes about you holding a knob, I swear I'm not. (LOL!)ReplyDelete
But seriously, very cool reading. Spot on!
I wouldnt mind getting a psychic red from you. :)ReplyDelete
Yeah, I was holding Julie's knob. Haha. It is a very weird process, but once I have the info and know the person, I can got a little bit deeper and deeper with detail. Interpretation is always the toughest thing because as a human, I looked at the knob she was handing me and I immediately assumed some man from long ago who ran a business or something like that. I had to tamp down the intellect.ReplyDelete
I couldn't believe how well you described my grandma. I didn't tell you anything about where the knob came from and you were spot-on with what you saw. You even seem glad to see her picture and see that she looked just like you pictured her.ReplyDelete
I was thrilled you brought me something to read. My intellect told me it was some fussy old man from long ago, perhaps a shop owner. I'm glad I don't let my eyes make my decisions. I supposed that's why men make so many love life mistakes (hee hee). I was thrilled to see she had the tiny widow's peak I saw in my mind. I liked here. In fact, I see much of her in you too. She definitely lives on and its seems she skipped a generation personality wise, I believe. I don't think your mother was quite like her as far as key personality traits, but perhaps in her outlook on life and traditions.ReplyDelete