is the difference between an intuitive advisor and a psychic?
Largely the difference is in the name. An intuitive advisor
is someone who markets their psychic ability to the professional
world. Presidents, the heads of the world's largest companies
and other upper echelon personalities have all utilized
the services of intuitive advisors. While psychic readers
usually charge their clients a fee per reading, intuitive
advisors are often on call to their clients in exchange
for a monthly fee.
distinction between an intuitive advisor and the garden
variety psychic is that tools such as tarot cards, rune
stones and others favored by psychics are often not found
among the resources of the intuitive advisor. While this
is certainly not always the case there seems to be a trend
among psychics to drop the usual trappings of the trade
in exchange for a more professional image.
psychics try the all things to everyone approach and promote
themselves as intuitive advisor, psychic, life coach,
tarot reader, energy healers. Even though the terms are
often interchangeable it seems less confusing to me to
be either a psychic or an intuitive advisor. I personally
prefer the term intuitive advisor for its modern flavor.
The term "psychic" conjures up images of carnival booths,
psychic fairs, middle aged women in hippy dresses and
parlor tricks. Even though I know for a fact that most
psychics do not fit these descriptions the word seems
associated with such things.
advisors and psychic both utilize intuitive abilities
in order to offer clients insights into difficult questions.
Both help to validate their customers own instincts. While
psychics tend to offer their services to the widest possible
audience, intuitive advisors target business and corporate