As a psychic tarot reader and astrologer, I am paid to do my best to help people learn if and when they are going to get what they want. If getting what they want is not in the cards, then it’s my job to advise them on what is the best way to adjust their thoughts and their behavior in order to change their fate and link up with a probable future where they do get what they want.
Affirmations, specially designed phrases that can help you counter the negative beliefs that keep you from attaining what you want, are second only to real world experiences as the best way to adjust your thoughts and bring them in line with the attitude and actions you must take to get what you want. I’ve written five affirmation books, actually they’re affirmation card decks, which are unbound books you read in the order you select the card/pages. You can click here to see our “Little Reminders: Love & Relationships,” “Little Reminders: Law of Attraction,” “The Healing Deck,” and “The Breathe Easy Deck.”
I don’t write blogs for me, I write them for you, dear reader, so tell me, what do you want? More than half of our more than forty published works are designed to help you get what you want. That makes me acutely aware of just how difficult that question can be for many people: “What do you want?”
Of course, the word “want” has two meanings. “To desire” is the one that springs to mind, but “want” also means “to lack, be without, have need of.” You get the picture, figuratively and literally, for our affirmations are designed to help you actually get in real life what you picture in your mind. But what do you want? What do you desire? What do you lack? What do you need?
Not being clear about what you want, including not being clear if you really need something or just desire it, can be one of the biggest impediments to your getting what you want. Conversely, knowing what you want and whether or not you actually need it can be one of the best ways to insure that you are going to get what you’re going after. This is a variation on the ancient saying in the divinatory arts, “If you know your question, you know your answer.” The process of making your questions as precise as possible also clarifies your mind and helps you to see answers before, during, and after your session with a reader like me. It’s a beautiful thing.