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Psychic Readings by Phone or Psychic Readings in Person. Which is Best?

I opened my first shop in Jacksonville, Florida in 1996. It was a lovely space.  I had a little “reading room”,   and a small shop of incense, candles, drums, all kinds of shakers, bells, spices and other goods that were helpful for clients to keep sacred space in their home.   For a while we had a walk-in Reiki Exchange, and perhaps one of the first drum circles in Jacksonville, Florida. As time passed and at the request of clients, both local and long distance, I began to work by phone in 2000.  Jacksonville is geographically a very, very large city. As well, it is a transient city and many people pass through on their way to new opportunities, or new deployments.  Clients who had moved away, or who lived quite far from my studio had confidence in me and asked me to try to read for them by phone.   I began phone reading for people who were familiar with my method. The readings were very easy to do, the connections were very easy to make,  and my clients

How to Consult a Medium About Suicides

A new client today was curious about her reading. She wanted to know how I knew what I knew. She found her session helpful and was curious about my process. My only response the same: I was born knowing and seeing things that others do not know or see. I have always had visits from persons who have crossed from this life to the next. I have seen them even when they could not speak. I have respect for those who come in peace, and “sit” with them as need be.  I have leaned that the “dead” have feelings just as the living do. The feelings and needs of the departed are as important to me as those of the living. I respect the dead, and when I am asked to find them, to help a living person communicate with them, I have a responsibility to care for the feelings of both living and dead.  I do not want anyone to be hurt, to be frightened during a mediumship session. I must do no harm. I am also charged with the responsibility to tell the seeker the honest answer to any question