Giving readings to a person who hasn't asked for one
updated by @emmy-long: 06/03/17 03:37:17PM
One of the first things you learn in doing readings, is you don't read without permission. Sometimes, a person will read another by accident - most here, probably do, picking up bits of info. But that's not the same thing. Purposely going in and reading someone is ethically wrong. It violates a person's freewill.
Many think that a psychic or some type of reader is suppose to be very spiritual. But that's not true. Some of the lowest life forms, I have encountered are psychic. I'm not reading him, but given his actions, I suspect that this guy is on a major power trip; he abused the ability and went in without permission. It's like being assaulted. He may have picked up on your energy because it's very clear and you have a gentle nature - so he figured he could get away with it. If you feel violated, then trust your feelings; embarrassing someone, is not being helpful. Good readers, keep the reading private.
And can I just say, that I feel really bad for you. Nobody should have that happen.
Are you sure you have not unconsciously put out that thought that you need a reading? Remember ZIP ZIP ZIP. Nothing ever happens without a reason. You don't have to listen to anything said or that even people would believe. Chuck it on the "don't care" pile and move on. But you do care and it seems that he is partially right and THAT is the lesson here. Much love compassion and forgiveness.
I agree withPat-Starbridge. He shouldn't be doing this work without permission and, even with permission, everything he is reading should be in private, totally confidential. Even at "best" he is a 'peeping-tom', looking where he shouldn't be looking. At worst he is a bully boosting his own ego in front of others at the expense of a gentle soul he knew wouldn't fight back. As Pat said it sounds like he is on an ego trip.
Also sounds to me like the hand holding was a gimmick for him. I suspect he knew exactly what he was doing and where he was going even before he took your hands. It just looks more dramatic (and sets you up for looking like you gave permission - which you didn't) by taking your hands.