Q & A: Summer Vacation Edition

As summer vacations wrap up, it’s an ideal time to answer some questions that I’ve received regarding my psychic medium profession. Here are a few of the most recent queries.

Are you more “on” in the morning, afternoon or evening? – Hmmm. That sounds like a personal question! Kidding aside, when I conduct my private, confidential one-on-one intuitive consultations, I instill a balance of time. I value that I can do a phone session at 8:00 a.m. Pacific Time for a client in New York, where it’s 11:00 or perform a 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time reading for client in Hawaii, where it’s only 5:00 p.m. In other words, time zones are an asset in my scheduling.

How can I tap into my own intuition? – First of all, be open to it. Meditation is a great tool to assist in developing your mind’s eye. Also, be aware of when signs from the Universe arise, and take them as cues – not coincidences – to make smart choices to move your life forward.

Has anyone ever called you a fake? – I’ve been called a flake by close friends, who’ve taken harmless jabs at some of my silly antics, but, no fake. Now, that’s not to say that I haven’t had a few clients who were skeptical initially, which is reasonable for those entering new territory. However, after the consultations were over, their moods evolved to places of greater enlightenment and understanding.

Can you shut down your psychic abilities and relax? – When I’m with clients, I love being aligned with spirit and the Universe. Away from work, I prefer to do turn it down (like most folks do when they’re not at their job posts). In social settings, people may ask about my career. After sharing what I do, there have been times when individuals will say, “Well, tell me something about myself.” I thank them for their interest, but explain that I’m not 100 percent engaged in my work at the moment.

Even the psychic mind takes a vacation!

Love and light,


Hope all of your summer vacations were memorable!

Hope all of your summer vacations were memorable!


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