Horses of Hong Kong

I worked with one of my favourite clients yesterday, who’s presently in Hong Kong dealing with the death of his father. At one point in the reading, he asked if there was any way he could know whether his father was all right or not.

I went into mediumship mode and began to get impressions. The first impression was of horses and riders. I asked if his father had any particular attachment to horses.

He said no.

I then had a dim impression of a racetrack, but did not mention the image. Instead, I asked if his father had been particularly interested in horse racing.

He said no, definitely not, and that his father was not a gambler.

My next impression was a feeling of great comfort. I then asked if he knew where his father was most comfortable. That was the eureka moment.

My client revealed that his father’s most comfortable moments were spent at the Hong Kong Jockey Club.

This reading  reminded me, yet again, that effective readings are based on the interpretation of symbols. Horses and riders + comfort = Hong Kong Jockey Club.