I have been psychically attuned to the other side since I was a small child--seeing things that others around me just couldn't. The psychic link in my family goes back several generations, and as I grew to adulthood Spell Crafting and Spirituality walked hand in hand in a natural way with me. I began reading palms in my teens and I have been reading the Tarot for 20 years. Tarot cards are a wonderful tool for answers and guidance. I offer simple and clear answers to your most important questions with an honest discreet and time efficient reading. I do not sugar coat anything, I use my spirit guides to help bring clarity into your readingwhat i hear, I will share with honesty and compassion.
“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.”
The Clairvoyance meaning is the psychic gift of being able to see images or pictures in the mind’s eye. People who have the psychic skill of Clairvoyance are able to see images in their mind, gaining insight and information this way through an object, person or location. Clairvoyance is thought to be an extra sensory awareness, meaning it is in addition to our five normal senses of sight, touch, sound, taste and smell.
If psychic addiction is a budding epidemic, Ms. Lassez is well out in front of the scientific curve in exploring it, said John W. Welte, a psychologist and senior research scientist at the Research Institute on Addictions at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Dr. Welte said he had never heard of any research on the subject or of the subject itself.
But while Ms. Lassez might be the most visible person to go public with her struggle she is not, psychics and self-described addicts say, the only one suffering from it. The impulse to consult the paranormal for guidance in life can, like gambling fever, strike people of any level of education, intelligence or social status. It can become a form of faith healing for people suffering anxiety, particularly in professions like acting, where the swings of fortune can be sudden, mystifying and sometimes cruel.
Many private clairvoyants also offer free samples, but you do need to take care. Psychics and clairvoyants are not regulated by any professional body, so there are frauds and fakes. Some free readings are truly free samples, but others may be “bait and switch” tactics. One of the most common tactics is to tell you that there is a “hex” or a “curse” on you that the psychic can remove if you pay them. In most cases, if a psychic or clairvoyant says you have a curse, particularly during a “free” reading, they are fraudulent, and you should stop the reading.
Ms. Lassez's first taste of the paranormal came a decade ago on location for a film in Detroit, when -- on a whim -- she dropped in on a tarot reader to get her mind off a breakup and an argument on the set. The psychic spread out 10 cards on the kitchen table in a Celtic cross, a standard tarot pattern. The 10th card, which supposedly augurs the subject's future, was the Star. To any young actress the meaning would be clear. By the time she left Detroit, she had her own tarot deck.