Originally Posted by Erin Pavlina
Wolfgang: A reading should contain validating information about the past and present. When future ideas are discussed they shoudl resonate on some level or the person should already be at least aware of the possibility of that outcome. People create their own futures so if the ideas in the reading resonate with them they could take actions to make it come true. I can hand someone the keys to the car but I can't fill their tank with gas, they have to take all the action and teh drive necessary to achieve the path I see for them. They can equally decide not to pursue something even if they themselves resonate with what I'm telling them.
once the reading is over, their future is out of my hands. They can race towards what I've seen at breakneck speed or completely sabotage their future with fearful action.
I see. kind of.
In terms of a reading being accurate or not, if the sitter fails to take action on going on the path that is seen - then people would say the reading wasn't accurate.
If the sitter does go down the path seen, that is the fulfilling of a prophecy and the reading would be deemed accurate.
However, why doesn't a reading also contain the information about what the sitter will choose?
Like, wouldn't the path seen also be the path the sitter is going to take?