It’s a Matter of Perspective. Out of Control Boys
I drove across town a couple of years ago to see a client. The client is a different type of person. Apart from a disability, she lied about bringing up her two out-of-control boys. Someone entering her house would think her two young boys were out of control. The thing is, she didn’t care.
I sat down, grabbed my tarot cards, and read her tarot while my partner entertained her young boys in the garden. My partner is very good with kids. She played with them, and the three explored things in the park. But, unfortunately, she also helped them become more out of control by giving them a delightful confection from a bakery up the road.
Psychic Tarot Reading Perspective
The psychic tarot reading session was fantastic. My client said so. There was no ‘all good, fluffy, nice, positive information’. Much of it was tough love, strong words, emotional and not good news to her. She was incredible; she took it all in her stride and joined me in my positivity and optimism for her future. Specifically, her concerns were about her relationship with the boy’s father.
It’s a Matter of Perspective
She was the one who admitted that he wasn’t coming back to her because she said, “M………, he is NOT coming back, is he!”. My answer was “No”.
Then I gave her a way to look at her plight from another perspective.
I told her, “You can look at this from one of two lenses, ONE, you can sit here and cry, weep and grieve, or TWO, you can look at it as a challenge……”. What gave her a lift was what I added. I added the critical bit because there was a positive bonus for her. She was about to meet another guy. He would be older (or more mature), have a good job, and still have baggage from a previous relationship. The guy will court and romance her, and he will fall for her before she’s ready for him. Best of all, it will be a long-lasting relationship.
The Response and Her Perspective
Her response was outstanding.
She said, “Yea, I like that; I can do that……”
We talked about other things, such as work and a job for her. My answer to this was, “That too, maybe admin for a while, though not too long; you’re meant to be with people, you’re fantastic with people, and they love you. Have you ever thought of working in hardware, maybe Bunnings?”
She said, “What?” then “, Hmmm, why not? That would be so cool.”
Did you get it?
I said earlier this woman had a disability. She is deaf; she didn’t hear a word I said. That’s because she saw what I said. After all, she can lip read, and her very young boys are wizards at the Australian Sign Language, Auslan.
She made me feel humble because she knows much more than I do. I can’t communicate her way. I was in her power, her empowerment and her humility.
Have a memorable and fantastic day, just like this young woman does every day.