To get this value to be printed on the page you will need to know the names of the session variables that you are using in your Admin rule. So the first step would be to go to the rules manager and edit the Admin rule so you can see the values used. You should record these values to a new page temporarily.
Next you could either use the bindings panel and expand the session variables to find the values used in your rule and drag and drop these variables onto your page where you would like to see them, you may want to type in some text in front of where you put them so you will know if the values are blank.
Here is an example of what this might look like in the code view on your page:
The value of the session variable is: <?php echo (isset($_SESSION['your variable'])?$_SESSION['your variable']:"" ?>
You would of course need to make sure that you use the name of your session variable in the brackets instead of the example.