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How to talk to a radio psychic and get your question answered

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I'll be a guest on Pam Drinnon Cosmic Contacts show tomorrow at 5:30 pm MST, and taking psychic call-ins questions...the moon's in can-do Capricorn, good for practical guidance like, "I want to expand my business...is this a good time and what's the next best step?"

What makes radio call-in shows interesting is that so many listening can identify with the change the caller is going through, either up or down on the unavoidable roller coaster of personal growth. The best way to get psychic insight, (whether you are asking your own inner guidance to supply it, or someone else's), is to first check in with yourself to make perfectly sure you're willing to hear whatever your heart has to say. The reason that after, you can just get guidance and quickly "go within" to receive it, is that you are vitally interested in yourself, and your intuition applies itself to what you're interested in.

But in order to get someone else interested, you have to give a background sentence so it is a story people may want to follow, may identify with...for instance: "I've learned just about all I ever want to learn about being alone and now I want a partner.." Callers might want to know what's going on with their relationship, but to just ask "what do you see about my relationship", is not interesting--nobody can identify with someone asking a psychic what they see for an anonymous person with no introduction or connection. If you're on the air, you gotta share! (Just one explanatory sentence about why you're calling is good.)

Here's a link to the email blast from Pam (scroll down), and the number to call to ask a question is 347-838-9142. Show time: 5:30 pm MST.

Elissa Heyman is a professional psychic counselor and healer with a practice based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Appointments with Elissa are in person or by phone, www.elissaheyman.com, 505-982-3294.

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