Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.
A. I work out of my office 40hrs. a week and the most asked questions are about love, money, health and loved ones who have crossed over. I have people ask if they should buy a specific car or house. I help people to decide which job will be right for them. Of course I stay pretty busy especially during the holidays doing parties and corporate functions.
Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A. Look for honesty, reliability and integrity. Make sure that they are psychic, make sure they connect with you, don't believe things they say if they don't make sense. In my opinion only about 25% of people that say they are psychic are actual healthy psychics. Some are not psychic at all and some just want your money.
Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?
A. I'm a real psychic. I get movies in my head. I see pictures of crossed over loved ones, I smell grandmas perfume.
I hear what my guides tell me. I see angels. I don't rip people off. I do however make decisions in peoples lives easier by helping them to see their choices.When I read cards They talk to me, they move and change. I'm a real psychic
Q. What do you like most about your job?
A. Helping people to attain their goals, dreams and desires. Being there for my clientele through the process of discovering all life has to offer them. One of my goals is to work myself out of a job.
Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
A. Were you born this way ? Yes,as a toddler I saw animal spirits and interacted with them and learned from them.
I knew that my father had died before I was told he had because we spoke after he had passed. At the age of four my mother gave me a round deck of playing cards and I proceeded to tell my siblings and friends elaborate stories that no four year old should know of.
I remember some of my womb experience. I blew my mothers mind telling her details as an adult
Q. Do you have a favorite story from your work?
A. There's so many it's hard to choose, but here's a funny one. Years ago I had two women visit me at my store. We sat down at my desk and they both immediatly commented on my large crystal ball. They were there for card readings but had to check out the ball. I looked (scryed) into the quartz crystal ball and all I could see is bowling balls rolling down a lane hitting pins. They both laughed out loud and stated that the reason that they were in town is that their husbands were both in a weeklong bowling tournament and that they were bored with it and came to see me, so decided on the cards instead.