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The Gift Alison Burman Psychic Medium

Ronald Ritter, Sussan Evermore

Publisher: Ronald Ritter

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Summary

Where do I start?

Over the years of psychic medium work I have frequently been asked,

"When did you know you were psychic?"

For me it was very early in my childhood. I believe we are all born with psychic abilities and as a child my mother supported my gift. Many people ignore or are in denial about their psychic ability as they're just not ready. Believe it or not, all of us to some degree have psychic abilities.

Throughout my family history our psychic abilities are well documented. My children also have the gift and choose to use their abilities at their own discretion.

Over the years I have trained many talented people who have become Spiritual Teachers, Reiki Masters, Clairvoyants and Healers. Other students have done my programs for their own personal spiritual journey. I love my students as they come from all walks of life and beliefs.

I love that spirituality has no denomination.

The work I do is active, interactive and thought provoking. During my 'Evenings with Spirit', I speak to those who have passed over in front of a live audience. What comes through from time to time is both exciting and riveting. Some come to my live shows with reservations or skepticism and leave wanting to come back or to make a booking for a personal consultation.

All I ask is that people approach what I do with an open mind.

I am pleased you have taken the time to read my introduction. My invitation for you to come into my world through this book is genuine as I know many of you with natural psychic ability will be curious to know my story. Having the gift can be a lonely and confusing path to follow at times but through my book I hope to be able to help you to find some of the answers you may be seeking.

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