Increasingly, clairvoyants, tarot-card readers, and intutives have been a option to consulting with psychotherapists. Here is an article on that from New York Magazie.
The edge psychics have is that, in addition to helping you become self-aware, they often predict the future. But, like therapists, they're contacted when you are in some kind of emotional pain. So, you are all ears about getting answers. Pronto.
Often, you ask the pyschic: Will the other party settle? Is partnership in the cards? Is my spouse planning to leave me?
However, it may happen that you don't at all like the answer you receive.
So, you wonder if that scenario is cast in stone. You are not alone in that. That's a common concern.
Journalist Scott Podmore's belief system does not include or exclude the existence of the occult. Curious as most reporters are, he went in search of finding out more about force fields science hasn't explained as yet. That included interviewing brandname psychics such as John Edwards, James Van Paragh, and Elizabeth Baron. The resulting book is "Conversations With Mediums," published in 2014. Here you can order it from Amazon.
What Podmore discovered is that, yes, the predicted destiny can be changed. Some clairvoyants such as Baron encourage their clients to do just that. For Baron the best tool to short-circuit the future which is programmed to unfold is prayer.
Frequently you hear the story of people warned about, for example, an accident. They trust their gut - and psychic. They cancel one airplane flight and book another. The former crashes.
On the other hand, it happens that what is foretold seems a better fit than what we myopic humans had planned and executed. In the mid 1990s, I shuttered my communications boutique and took a full time job with an insurance company in Hartford, Connecticut. When I asked a psychic how that was going to pan out she said no-go. I would re-establish my own business. While I was working there a New York public affairs firm kept loading me up with contract assignments. The work was stimulating and lucrative. And, that was that.
Takeaway: Insight into what could happen can be the platform for building what we want to occur.