Hands up! Who wants a zombie family reunion?

So… I got this through my door a couple of days ago… and it’s not the first time I’ve seen such a thing and on many previous occasions I have picked them up, gave them a cursory glance and smiled as I’ve tossed them into the recycling bin…

I'll remove your curses with bilingual ease...

I’ll remove your curses with bilingual ease…

But I pick this one up and I think… Oh…. For God’s sake…

So why my blasphemy? Well… About a week ago, someone contacted me to ask my advice on curse removal. This was the third person to approach me this year on that subject… So I kinda feel the need state my view…

NO!!! I DO NOT BELIEVE IN CURSES!!!

I do however believe that people’s belief in curses can cause severe problems due to the fear and anxiety that is provoked…

I do believe that people can deliberately induce fear and anxiety in others… Now you may want to call that a curse, but even so, I still do not believe that it means that those people possess supernatural powers… I believe it is because they are mean spirited arse wipes who gain pleasure from causing other people distress….. doubly so, if they can also line their pockets at the same time…

But… that’s not the only thing that tips me into rant with this…

The solving of all problems and worries…

Really??

So, that reminds me of a reading a few months back where I picked up my cards and decided to leave. That was the first reading that I have terminated ever and I’ve been reading longer than I care to mention… besides a lady never reveals her age! It was an awkward reading from the off but to cut a long story short, by the time the reading had been interrupted 4 times by answering the phone and then again for a 5th to spend 10 minutes at the door, I was getting a tad annoyed. The final straw was when I was told – you’re not telling me what I want to hear! I responded by asking – so what are you expectations from a reading?

Well… I was then informed that a ‘proper’ tarot reader, tells you all your problems and EXACTLY how to make them go away!

I swooped up my cards and packed them away to be asked what I thought I was doing. I said – I’m recognising when I’m wasting both my time and yours!

OH!! But you can’t go! You haven’t told me how to fix my life!

So… I suppressed the urge to shout – LOOK!! It’s not my job to sprinkle fairy dust on all your crap and also NO! I do not fart magical rainbows either… Instead I calmly said:

OH!! But I can… and here’s some advice on the house… Start to fix your life by learning  how and when to switch your phone off!!

Oooooh…. fair point…

But back again to my postcard and the part that caused me much dark mirth…

Bringing back Loved ones

Now, me being me, found this highly amusing as my first thought was HA!! But my granny died in 1974… she’s gonna funk a little 😀 I passed the card to my kids and asked them what they thought… It appears that they are also cursed with my irreverence ( a curse by the way, that we are all happy to have remain unbroken!) and the youngest jumped with glee and said – COOL!!! Just like in the film Pet Sematary!! while the other two headed off to look for a trowel to dig up Scooter the ex-hamster…

But I assume really, it refers to exes… And that opens up another whole can of worms… Never mind the great debate on meddling with another person’s free will… but… Surely an ex is an ex for a reason, no? Now, it’s my personal opinion that if someone has been consigned to the ex files, then they are best left there… But… should you get the urge to re-open the case… Proceed with extreme caution. That’s not a place you want to go, without being prepared to do some serious work… And not just you, but the other person involved… BOTH of you, to look at the what,when and why of how things went wrong, then also to look at how you avoid making the same mistakes again…

Anyway… I can’t sit around here chatting all day… I have a phone call to make and then I have to pop out to stock up on Febreeze and brains…

Look who's coming for dinner...

Look who’s coming for dinner…

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Hands up! Who wants a zombie family reunion?

  1. Brilliant! From the title on through, I was hooked. Humans are quite humorous (maybe the similarity in word form means something), although that lady with unrealistic expectations and phone addictions was merely annoying. I am so looking forward to doing regular face-to-face readings! (I really am, actually). Wonderful article, though, Karen. 🙂

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    • Thanks Joanne 🙂 that client was an exception to the rule and doubly annoying was that I’d already spent over half an hour on the telephone explaining how I read and what I do and don’t do… So that had obviously gone in one ear and out the other! Phone addiction is certainly a disease of modern society… 😀 You’ll love face to face readings, they are great. I’ve read for some amazing people over the years, all fascinating in so many ways and the vast majority of the time a pleasure to sit with. Wishing you all the best 😉 x

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