I have visited both a medium and psychic inside the Cassadaga Hotel. My visit with the medium was really fun/I was told about spirits near me. However, the psychic visit left me with an amazing impression! At first, nothing she said to me really seemed to apply to my life/totally not where I thought my life would be headed. After a year, I realized that more than half (so far) of what I was told did actually occur! I would definitely recommend both believers and non-believers to visit Cassadaga, for the fun experience, if nothing else!
Kevin will flip through your cards and quickly, almost immediately, begin systematically telling you about your life, your family, your joys, your worries… it’s truly an amazing experience! Be careful not to pause and interrupt. I can’t stress this enough. You’ll be tempted to ask 10 questions for each statement he makes (that’s why you’ll need the recorder). The best approach is to let Kevin be Kevin as there will be time at the end of the reading for specifics and questions. It truly is a rapid-fire reading. It’s very common for him to jump from one subject to the next with amazing accuracy. Be patient.
« …See, my friend, the persons coming to you are the victims of a hellish life. They are not less lucky than others, but they are struggling with financial or other types of hardships and it takes them so much energy that they do not see the Signs of Destiny. Some could radically change their lives and experience a fabulous future ... To find the way, they should be listening to the Messages of their Fate, because those who know how to detect them quickly see:
The idea harks back to Aristotle's conception of actus et potentia. "Energy" here used in the literal meaning of "activity" or "operation". Henry More, in his 1642 Psychodia platonica; or a platonicall song of the soul, defined an "energy of the soul" as including "every phantasm of the soul". Julian Sorell Huxley defines "mental energy" as "the driving forces of the psyche, emotional as well as intellectual" (On living in a revolution xv.192, 1944).
Calling Sandra is like talking to your sweet grandma. She has the most adorable Southern accent and always starts the reading by telling me about the weather or something going on in her neck of the woods. Her style is more call-and-response than Thomas. I ask her specific questions and then she answers them. “Does that make sense?” she’ll ask when she gets a specific message, and based on my answer, she’ll either continue to clarify. She’s spiritual and believes in practices like gratitude. I called her once to whine about something and she basically told me to relax and focus on the positives. Sometimes you need that zen check back into reality.