Once in a while I get clients who really don't have a problem, though they think they do. They know what needs to be done, but they are not doing it, thinking there is something deeper, more insidious that needs to be seen and handled before they can get on with it.
It is not so. Sometimes things really are what they seem. There is nothing to dig into, no dark mystery, nothing to heal.
There is always the fear of new things, a hesitation on our part, maybe resistance, perhaps doubt, when we're faced with life transitions, beginning of new things. That is normal.
Every single person, no matter how confident, feels this fear of the unknown, at the start of new project, at the start of a new life path, at the start of anything new and unknown.
There is nothing to fix at those times. There is only the movement forward, though the fear and doubt and hesitancy.
I am not sure, but I think sometimes my clients are disappointed when I have nothing dark and deep to tell them about their situation; maybe that would be given them the excuse they needed, confirming their hesitation has indeed had a gloomy cause. With these clients, much of the time, it's just clarifying for them the new directions, pointing out their own habitual tendencies and character predilections, as a way to help them orient their energies more constructively, and saying, you're on the right track, keep moving forward and have fun.
Sometimes it's that simple.
I would say these clients need to feel boundlessly fortunate. For sure they would not really want the deep and dark to be discovered in their situation.
I have plenty of deep and dark I am discovering with clients, and it's no fun because it means the client has to heal many things before they actually resolve the issue they came to see me about. And that can be a long, hard journey.
These clients are the ones that feel most grateful for their psychic reading because that which has troubled them for a long time is finally in the light. They finally understand what is going on, and they feel tremendous relief. Yes, the work going forward may be hard and it may take a while, but at least they know what it's been all about and they know they can do something about it.
So, if you're facing challenges, take the approach my dad taught me when fixing cars, which applies to everything: start with the thought it's the simplest thing that's the cause here, then work toward more complex considerations. Maybe it's just the light bulb that needs to be changed and there is nothing wrong with the wiring system.
Consider yourself very fortunate and get on with it with exuberance and enthusiasm.