A reading usually consists of Spirit connection and guidance to generate clarity for upcoming decisions, choices, and directions.
It gives insights for the 12 months ahead or further into the future.
A reading can be supplemented by Tarot cards to validate the information received from Spirit – allowing your own intuition to ‘speak to you’.
Connecting to the person you specifically want to hear from can’t always be guaranteed, but connection can provide comfort and consolation, as well as a loving nudge in the right direction.
Nothing is set in stone.
The information you receive during your reading is best used as a ‘heads-up’, reference or confirmation of pathways you’ve already set in motion like a change of career, new job, or house move.
Ultimately, the choices you make are yours. You are always in control and you are the director of your own life.
As a Medium, it would be remiss of Donna not to mention grief. A psychic Medium is not a trained grief counsellor. There is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to dealing with grief.
Regardless of whether it’s an expected or unexpected death, regardless of species, (one can grieve as much for a friend or family member as you can for a beloved pet), regardless of age or the relationship between the bereaved and the grieving, the loss of a person can significantly impact a person’s ability to cope and function.
If you are the person grieving, ensure you give yourself time to grieve. If you want to cry, cry. Don’t feel guilty if you feel the desire to laugh, as your loved one’s energy is able to connect with yours when you laugh. Just give yourself as much time as it takes.
Seeking out the services of an independent grief counsellor or a grief organisation, before seeing the services of a Psychic Medium, may be beneficial.
The Grief Centre of WA – 9444 7659 (Please note: The Grief Centre of WA is not a crisis centre)
Organisational Aims: to provide quality counselling, support groups and associated activities, and practical services, support and advocacy, for people in Australia living with grief.
Other useful organisations who may be able to help in times of crisis are:
Lifeline Australia | 13 11 14 – Crisis Support and Suicide Prevention | 24/7
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.
Beyond Blue Support Services | 1300 22 4636 | 24/7
Select from the voice menu or simply hold on the line to talk with a trained mental health professional.
They listen, provide information and advice, and point you in the right direction so you can seek further support for the cost of a local call (could be more from mobiles).
The Samaritans | 135 247 – Anonymous Crisis Support | 24/7
The Samaritans is a Western Australian based not for profit organisation to prevent suicides. Services are available to callers both locally and nationally.
Kids Help Line | 1800 55 1800 – Anonymous and Confidential Phone Counselling Service | 24/7
Kids Helpline is Australia’s only free, private and confidential 24/7 phone and online counselling service for young people aged 5 to 25.
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