Fortune telling as entertainment is a widely accepted practice in our popular culture. No longer is it seen as sorcery, soothsaying or divination such as described in the Bible. Instead, fortune telling has become fun and informal. We are beguiled by the teller’s predictions, advice, suggestions and affirmations. What follows are five metro-area people who have served many clients with their craft.
As a medium, Alison helps you connect with your dearly departed or your former pet. As a psychic, she answers question that do not involve making a soul connection with departed and can be in regards to career, relationships, pets and so much more. As an animal intuitive, she assists in the understanding of your animal companions. She recommends initiating contact with your departed after allowing yourself to grieve and allowing time to mend some of your emotions. Alison makes these profound connections in an easy-going and professional manner. You must have patience during a reading, Ms. James cautions, because although you may be eager to connect with your loved ones, sometimes other spirits (even pets) will come through before the person you are looking to communicate with.
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“Joanne is compassionate, focused on her skill, soft spoken, caring, enjoys what she does and is in continual improvement and education of her gift,” says talent recruiter Lorraine Owings of Happy Faces Entertainment Company in Long Lake, Minnesota. Psychic author Kathryn Harwig also endorses Joanie on her Psychic Wanderer website. Since 2004, Joanie trained extensively with Harwig on intuitive development, to “help people find true joy and happiness in their lives.” Her many skills include Reiki master teacher, One Command Practitioner, Spring Forest Qigong, Transcendental and Ishayas Ascension Meditation. Joanie does individual readings, hosts a monthly meditation group practice and will also perform fun psychic events and parties.
You may have seen Kate Greenway reading tarot cards at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival. She has been there since 1989 offering insight, wisdom and warmth in a way that is easy going, practical and welcoming. Kate says, “I like to think of myself along the lines of a spiritual therapist using the wisdom of the tarot imagery to help provide useful insights and guidance for each client who comes to see me.” Kate also enjoys entertaining people at parties, social clubs or corporate functions with her unique talent.
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A prolific author of seven books, many articles and a monthly newsletter, Kathryn has just now published an eighth book with her sister Jean, “Become a Psychic Wanderer: Expand Your Mind & Soul Through Travel,” available on Amazon.com. Kathryn now hosts monthly intuitive forums, where if you come an hour early, you can take part in mini-readings and therapies with local psychic readers, healers and other practitioners at no charge. She does not do individual consultations herself anymore. Ms. Harwig graduated magna cum laude from St. Cloud State University in psychology and sociology. She practiced law after graduating cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law but left her successful practice to invest all of her energies as a psychic, medium, speaker and writer.
You are seated with Nadine as she holds her hand above yours for a minute. Nadine then shares holistic insights about your life, hoping to help you understand and connect with your spirit guides and life teachers. Growing up in England and graduating as a high school English teacher, Nadine taught for several years and later attained her MA from the University of Denver in counseling psychology, specializing in adolescence and family practice. She is a published writer and bi-columnist on the subject of mind-body-spirit.
Robin Johnson was born in Annandale, Minn. and graduated from Richfield High School and then the University of Minnesota where he studied Political Science, Business and Industrial Relations. A writer for Examiner.com, he also consults with a variety of organizations and individuals helping them develop and grow. His work can be found at Examiner.com.