“Signing up for the training, I had a lot of expectations and ideas around the word “psychic”, all of which revolved around other people, and solving their problems. What the training turned out to be was very different, though no less magical. I found out that I was the stranger in my own life. I realized that there wasn’t anything wrong with me, and my sensitivity to other people’s energy wasn’t a problem that needed to be solved. Magical things started to happen, It just didn’t look anything like how I had imagined it. It turned out to be much better.”


"I had built up my own business and was successfully selling printed textiles which I had produced abroad for me by a designer. I lived only for my job. Then I had the chance to buy up another company and go into big business. It was a big step for me and I weighed it up very carefully. Finally I decided to ask a clairvoyant online for advice and called The Circle. The reader had me describe my case in detail and listened patiently to my questions. His advice shocked me. Instead of expanding the company, he said I should sell my business and after a break, start something new. I hadn´t had a holiday in years, the profit from the sale of the business would be enormous and he saw danger in the future. I really hadn´t expected that a clairvoyant would give me that kind of advice. I still don´t know to this day why I took his advice and sold the business. I went on holiday, collected new business ideas and learnt on my return that the buyer of my business had been heavily sued, that the designs which I had been selling so innocently were copied. The clairvoyant online had saved me from disaster. Now I ring The Circle regularly for guidance.Anne, Colchester"
For Ms. Lassez her reliance on clairvoyants only increased as she evolved from being a potential next-big-thing ingénue with a William Morris agent into a struggling actress and then at one point to a low-level marketing employee at an Internet company. Eventually she hit bottom and went to a therapist, who suggested she attend a 12-step program. "The problem was there weren't any 12-step programs that were appropriate," she said.

Because we know how important trust is in our line of work, psychics online who approach us go through a strict evaluation and screening process before we feature them on our website. Their profiles can tell you more about how they conduct readings, and what other clients' experiences with them are. Our hope, when you sign up, is that we help get the best psychic for you.


Beth Shepherd is here to stay,Beth Shepherd went through so much to prove she is genuine, offering to be tested by experts, newspapers, magazines and other psychic professionals, passing all of their tests, receiving lots of recommendations from them, often being featured in the Press and also on television and radio with people stating she is one of the best if not THE best.  

FOR Sarah Lassez -- a winsome actress who has appeared in more than 20 movies, alongside actors like Matthew Modine, Rose McGowan and Dennis Hopper -- the seemingly inevitable Hollywood bout with addiction she experienced a few years ago was accompanied by the usual handmaidens of a habit: career uncertainty, romantic turbulence and nagging fears of future obscurity. At her darkest moments it cost her $1,000 a month, more than her rent. But perhaps worst of all was the effect her addiction had on those around her.
“I came to The Clairvoyant Training wanting to tap into a greater level of awareness in all aspects of my life. I have learned how to see energy with clarity and discernment, but, in plainer terms: reading energy allows me to experience life in all the Technicolor details and have the volume turned up to 11. The teachers are all wonderfully enthusiastic about the value of being psychic, yet they’re incredibly sensitive to the delicate process of opening one’s awareness. Each class is a rich experience and thoughtfully paced; the practice readings are absolutely invaluable. It’s pure magic.”

The questions floated around in my head for awhile, but it wasn't until last Sunday that I decided to act on them. Inspired by Houdini, I made up a basic pass/fail test that I could apply a few times to see if someone was actually in tune with all the truths in the universe: If I made up a dead sister and asked a bunch of psychics to connect with her, how many wouldn't be able to tell I was full of shit?
×