Outcome Times in Reading and Rootwork

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Clients often ask, "When will my luck come in?"

After "Will it happen or not?" and "What is he or she thinking?" the most frequently asked question that psychic readers and rootworkers receive from clients is, "When will it come to pass?" In other words, "When will the reading come true?" or "When will the rootwork we are doing show results?"

Yes, clients often ask psychic readers to tell them when an event will happen, and professional readers are comfortable with that question, of course. But making a useful reply can be complex.

Sometimes the reader gives a clear answer, and sometimes not. Failure to provide a clear time-line does not always mean that the reader is failing. It may mean that you, as the client, have not asked the right questions, or it may mean that you have chosen a reader whose method of divination does not lend itself to the knowledge of a hard time-line.

Let's break this down.


How to Ask Questions about Timing

How long should you wait?
The Divination Methods are in the left-side column of the AIRR Main Page
The Navbox guides you to an AIRR member who will perform the type of reading you want

If you don't ask your reader about timing, you may not get a date.

To put this another way, when you consult a professional reader, you have to ask questions! If a psychic reader says, "Chances look good for a satisfactory outcome" -- for whatever situation is on your mind -- you can ask, "Do you see a time-frame during which i can expect this to either happen or not happen?" This question can be asked of a reader who is only doing divination or of a root doctor or magical coach who will be working with you on your case.

No psychic will be offended by this question -- but if you don't ask, you'll never know.

Listen closely to the answer.

  • If your reader says, "I see this as either succeeding or failing within the next month," that does not mean that the reader "guaranteed it would happen within a month."
  • If the reader says, "I see this as a situation in which opportunities for success are narrowing and closing down," that does not mean that the reader "said success is not possible."

Be prepared to act on the information you are given.

  • When a negative outcome is said to be likely (and, again, remember that we do not guarantee results), ask your reader, "What methods should we use and how long should we continue to work on this situation before giving up?"

The Form of Reading Affects the Time-Senses of the Psychic

As readers and root doctors, we are dealing with probabilities more often than with certainties (just the same way that medical doctors do), so we cannot always give you a precise date, but a general date range is often suggested by the form of divination we use.

To be specific, here are some of the ways that the form of divination affects the reader's inclination to give you a "When" answer:

  • If you want hard dates, seek out an Astrologer and get natal charts, progressed charts, and transiting charts done for all the parties involved in the situation -- the results can be amazingly precise.
  • With Numerology you will also be able to ask for, and may be given, specific times, by year, month, and date.
  • With Card Readings you are generally looking about three to six months into the future, but if you ask about "ever," a distant future may be revealed.
  • With Pictorial Card Readings, such as tarot, lenormand, or oracle cards, if you ask a specific "When?" question, the reader may be able to associate a certain card image with a month or season of the year.
  • With Tea Leaf Readings you are looking about four weeks into the future, according to the old tea-reader's adage, "four turns to the bottom" of the cup.
  • With Pendulum Readings you are getting a "yes" or "no" and it is difficult to assign dates, without the reader asking additional "yes" or "no" questions about date-ranges.
  • With the I Ching you may (or may not) get seasonal indications (Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter) rather than dates.
  • With Palmistry you will get age-ranges ("in your thirties," "toward your fifties") rather than dates.
  • With Spirit Mediumship you may get dates or you may not, depending on the spirit who speaks.

Educate Yourself as a Client

To be a happy reading and rootwork client, you should inform yourself about the various types of divination readings offered by the members of AIRR.

Start at the AIRR Main Page.

-- and read EVERY page in the left-side column on the divinatory arts. By the time you are finished, you will understand what it is we do and how some forms of divination are more likely to result in dates being given than others.

Use the Navigation Boxes

After you have learned about the various forms of reading, then, if determining a date is important to you, you can seek out an AIRR reader who practices a form of divination likely to produce dates.

Once you have selected the form of divination you want, check out the little lavender-coloured box at the upper right of the divination article. This is the Navigation Box, also called the Navbox. Within it, you will see the names of all the AIRR readers who do that particular kind of divination.

Click their names and read their biography pages, where you can get to know them, ascertain their rates, learn about their times of availability, and familiarize yourself with their offers of service, Select the psychic reader who performs your selected form of divination and most appeals to you based on what you read and see on his or her bio page.

See Also

Public Education About Client Services

These pages contain general information for the public about dealing with psychic readers, engaging the services of root doctors and spell-casters, and how to keep yourself safe from spiritual and magical scams and frauds:

  • Outcome Times in Reading and Rootwork: How to Ask "How Long Will It Take?"

Client Outreach Services

These pages contain general information for the public about services that our members offer in addition to psychic reading, spell-casting, and candle services:

About AIRR

These pages tell you all about how things work at the Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers, AIRR:

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