More and more people who doubt their future, turn to psychics and fortunetellers. Their logic can be understood - always want to be confident in the future.
However, divination is often a trivial programming of fate, which can lead to unpleasant results.
Is it possible to apply to a fortune teller?
The future is a fragile, obscure and uncertain thing. Any act in the present potentially changes everything. That's why it's so dangerous to turn to fortunetellers or psychics.
First, there is no objectiveConfirmation of super-abilities. Even if we assume that such abilities can exist, their availability can not be verified. Often, most of the known "miracles" turn out to be well-rehearsed tricks. Accordingly, the chance to get to an irresponsible charlatan who reports about ten "crowns of celibacy" and evil eye, is extremely high, will ask for a lot of money for their removal, spoil your mood, and as a result, nothing will change.
Secondly, for believing people the course to fortune tellers is ordered. This is considered an appeal to the dark forces, and therefore, is a sin.
If you recently converted to Christianity, think about whether to go to the fortune-teller, given that the priests condemn such a practice.
If you still decide to go to the fortune-teller, do not take too much money with you. So you will have less temptation to buy yourself some powerful trinket.
Thirdly, and this is a very important point,"Information" about the future can program you. Perhaps you subconsciously begin to perform actions that will lead you to the "predicted future". And it's good if you were told something positive and pleasant, and if the fortuneteller told you terrible things, and your subconscious mind took them as a signal to action?
Of course, a positive forecast can be veryUseful. People ask to tell fortunes to hear something good. Often a good fortuneteller-psychologist can advise something important and meaningful. But, even if you decide to go to a similar specialist, do not make this a regular practice. Regular monthly forecasts will make you dependent on a fortuneteller, which will not lead to anything good.
Where to go for programming the future?
It is in self-programming that moreAll danger. Often fortuneteller psychologists arrange all these spectacular rituals like peeking in a crystal ball or guessing on cards to bring the client into a suitable state for self-programming.
Most of the "fortune-telling" is built on physiognomy and subtle knowledge of human psychology. Various techniques such as neuro-linguistic programming simplify the fortunetelling work.
Then their predictions seem to beginThe client comes to them several times, bringing good money. Charlatans use this technique to convince a person that in his future there is a lot of negativity, which you can get rid of by buying yourself some unique talisman. A person buys such a trinket for a lot of money, subconsciously "puts a tick" in the subconscious and waits for the amulet to act.