In my early forties my daughter told me about a visit she had made to a psychic. So, my sister and I went to see what it was all about. I felt at home! I felt like suddenly everything made sense.
One of the psychics my sister and I visited also conducted “seances” – which were mediumship practice sessions it turns out. She also conducted psychic development classes. I attended all that I could and was surprised how quickly the information just flowed. It all made sense now. Throw religion out the window, I completely resonated with Spiritualism.
From there I studied by researching online, reading books, studied under two mentors, one of which is Matthew Smith of Arthur Findley College in the UK. The spirit world is a wonderful world. It made sense now about the voices I would hear and the things I would know and that strange “connection” with what seemed to be another world.
I met my first spirit guide in a dream, during a very low point in my life. I will never forget this dream or that time in my life. Since then, I have met other spirit guides, always in my dreams. They have a unique way of letting me know they are guides while I am dreaming. My ability came on very strong and very fast.
I originally taught myself to read regular playing cards in order to provide readings. I studied day and night to learn the meanings of the cards. Before long the meanings of the cards were filled in with information from guides. There was information that wasn’t in the cards. The cards were just like a focal point so I could connect with my guides. I have a psychic friend who told me that the cards were just a crutch and that I didn’t need them. He pushed me and pushed me until I started doing the readings without the cards. I would merely meditate for about 15 minutes before the reading and my guides would tell me all that I needed to know. It still amazes me what I can know about a person I have never met.
My guides speak to me in theories. They give me the idea of what is going on without invading the privacy of the person I am reading for. As long as what I say makes sense to the person I am reading for, that is all I need to know. When it is really important, they give me details.