Living With Your Psychic Gifts

Listening to your intuition does not need to be painful.

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Love Bombing

This is the simplest, safest, and most effective response to a deliberate or accidental psychic attack, especially when you don’t know where it is coming from. Meditate, relax, and focus your attention around your body. See if you sense any cords or attachments and mentally unhook them, sending them lovingly back to their source of origin. Send along pink, gold, or white light with the most positive, loving feelings that you can bring to mind. Think of people and things that raise a loving feeling inside, and when you feel you have enough energy, push that loving energy in the direction of those who wish you harm. Meditate on the loving feelings until you feel there is a “click” or a feeling of closure. I believe Love Bombing is what is really meant by the challenge to “love thy enemies” in the Bible. It has never failed to have an immediately positive effect, and sometimes the results can be quite remarkable. In some cases you may find former enemies turning into friends, in others, a persistent challenger simply backs off and disappears. On two occasions where I did this, someone I thought was a friend suddenly turned on me, then disappeared from my life. I immediately realized we were both much better off. The best part about this meditation is it almost always works – even when you don’t know who is behind the attack! And there is no “karmic payback”. Some ritual methods, such as binding or taking revenge, can come back to you with unwanted and extremely unpleasant effects.

Plexus for better health, and clearer intuition?

A few years ago, my good friend Christine was diagnosed with MS. As we watched her decline in health, we began to fear it would not be long before we would lose her. I’d call her and her medications would make her so drowsy she couldn’t finish the call. Then she started taking Plexus. Now she is off most (I think maybe now all) her medications, and while she still has some challenges, she’s healthier and more energetic than me, and she’s lost weight as well. I decided I had to start taking Plexus too. I could only afford a month’s supply, but in that month I saw my sugar levels drop, and I decided as soon as I could, I’d sign up as an Ambassador myself.

So I’m two weeks into being an Ambassador, and I love the pink drink. It’s too soon to say what impact it has, but I definitely notice a difference if I forget to take it. I have already noticed I’m not craving pop as much.

I suspect that there might be supplementary benefits for empaths and intuitives with taking Plexus, though so far, I have to acknowledge I have absolutely no evidence to back that up. I only have the many exciting testimonials I have read for people who say that taking Plexus has reduced stress and anxiety levels. That’s a big problem for us. Frankly I don’t know an empath or intuitive who does not have that challenge (they may be out there, but I wager they are few and far between). Many empaths and intuitives struggle with weight, especially around the middle (3rd Chakra). Plexus also has a specially formulated combination of vitamins, minerals, herbs and amino acids to help support healthy nerve cells and nervous system. It may reduce symptoms from nerve discomfort (This does not apply to nerve discomfort from an underlying disease such as diabetes, autoimmune disorder, or other applicable disease).

Plexus also offers an outstanding business opportunity. Many of you are stay at home moms and dads (or would like to be), and you may struggle with the realities of the material world (I can relate!). I’m adding Plexus to my portfolio of small businesses, and encourage you to check out this opportunity or to order products at I’m available via email to answer any questions you may have.  If you would like to talk via Skype or over the phone, include your Skype ID and/or phone number and the best time of day to reach you and I will be happy to call (evenings only).

Right now Plexus has a special! Enter the Promo Code THANKS to get 15% off your order, until April 15th.

Studies Link Social Anxiety To Empathetic Ability, High IQs, & Sentinel Intelligence

By Steven Bancarz| A few years ago, a series of studies came out in an attempt to sort of ‘debunk’ people who practice spirituality.  The study found that people who have a spiritual understanding of life tend to be more susceptible to mental health problems, addictions, and anxiety disorders.

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My take: 

It is interesting to see how the exact same information can lead people to stunningly different conclusions. Sometimes as an empath and intuitive, I feel we live in an alternate universe from the completely left-brain majority on this planet. We’re completely out of balance, but studies and articles like this give me hope that the pendulum is swinging back into saner territory.

– Brandi Jasmine

Print Version is Back!

After a long hiatus, Living With Your Psychic Gifts is back in print! Our home for the next few days is on CreateSpace, and we will soon be available on (It should be live on Amazon by January 19-20).

Yes, astrological friends I know I re-launched during a Mercury Retrograde. Take that! (laugh). I just felt it was time. I wasn’t going to wait any longer. And a “relaunch” can work during this kind of period.

The print version is expanded, has new information and exercises, and contains the same tried and tested techniques for calming over-active psychic abilities.

The e-book remains available, and complimentary e-book copies are available for members of the media, bloggers, and active social media enthusiasts who are willing to write reviews (on your own social media pages, and for use here on the LWYPG site only – I’m not able to provide review copies for Amazon reviews, as this might violate their review policy there).

By God’s Authority?

When asked under whose authority she was acting, the clerk responded: “Under God’s authority.”

Kim Davis is still denying marriage licenses for same-sex couples in Kentucky, and now she and her staff…


This story reminds me of a situation I once faced. Vancouver’s Granville Island Public Market allows a small number of entertainers, buskers, and that summer I made a fairly reasonable income reading palms for donations. They liked me there, because unlike the musicians, who made a lot of noise (either good or bad), I was quiet and didn’t bother anyone. To this day, to my knowledge, I am the only palmist/psychic with a letter of recommendation from Granville Island – on Government of Canada letterhead no less. 

This one cold, wet, fall afternoon, I was sitting in the mostly empty market, dreading coming home without any money for the day, when I finally got a client. As I read for him out of the corner of my eye, I saw a very well-dressed fellow approaching me. “Preacher” I heard in my inner mind. Oh no. My heart sunk as he started in on both of us. After several minutes of haranguing, my client got up, pressed a few extra dollars in my hand and beat a swift retreat.

As he carried on, casting demons out of me in the name of Jesus, and commanding me to be quiet each time I responded, I noticed that we were gathering a crowd. Out of the back of the crowd, I noticed two large, burly security guards heading towards us. The preacher insisted once again that I be silent and leave in the name of Jesus. To which I responded with my driest sarcasm that if he did not be silent I would make him leave in the name of Granville Island Security. 

He spun slowly on his heel and there stood the two enormous guards, with arms crossed across their chests, with huge grins on their faces. The crowd burst into applause, and I had a lineup of people waiting for readings. I think it was probably the best day I had all that year.

Ms. Davis is about to find out that God’s authority does not trump State law. She is being given some incredibly bad advice. Someone needs to look into her church and find out what they are teaching there. Not only is she breaking the law, she’s also on very flimsy Biblical grounds. 

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Bunko or Violation of Religious Freedom?

I saw this article on Facebook and while I am glad they have gotten these frauds off the streets, I’m not entirely happy with the way this story has been covered. Yes, a good number of so-called psychics are frauds (as are unfortunately present in almost any profession these days it seems). Flat-out fraud and bunko like telling someone you can find someone for payment of a huge amount of money, or “removing curses”, that’s something that most of the practicing psychics I know look down on, and we celebrate when those frauds are prosecuted. In my book, “Living With Your Psychic Gifts”, I say:

“Don’t let anyone tell you they can take care of a psychic attack or a “curse” for you for large sums of money. These folks are frauds and cheats by definition.”

“There are usually clear indications from the beginning, if you know what to look for. Some of these signs are so clear, that a fraudulent reader might as well put up a sign saying “RIPOFFS HERE”. Study the information or literature that the reader has available. Be on the lookout for any psychic who seems to be trying deliberately to cultivate a “gypsy fortune teller” image or makes extraordinary claims.

I have worked next to true gypsy readers and have heard tales both good and bad, just like everyone else. However, those who try too hard to cultivate such an image are more often interested in show business than in serious substance. This often goes together with outrageous claims: “Madame So-n-So… Knows All…Sees All” If Madame So-n-So knows ALL…what’s she doing selling readings at the Psychic Fair for $20? Worst of all – I have encountered so-called “gypsy psychics” who are not even gypsies – so they end up giving true gypsy psychics a bad name, while exploiting a mysterious image in the popular imagination.”

But there is a deeper issue here, one the article doesn’t even attempt to address. I want to know why these women are in jail, and these guys are not: The average scam artist pretending to read palms couldn’t DREAM of coming close to what these guys make, for essentially the same false promises, and then some! But the gypsy psychic goes to jail while the televangelist gets a tax exemption?

I don’t do professional readings any longer in my own work, but not because I believe it was bogus. Quite the contrary. I was good at it, and my clients often affirmed I was amazingly accurate. I quit doing readings though because it was so emotionally challenging and draining. When I did readings I had a policy, anyone not satisfied got a full refund, no questions asked. I can still count on one hand how many requested a refund at the end of a session. Whether or not anyone else believes in psychics or not, our clients believe that fair value is exchanged for services given, and we should have the exact same rights any televangelist enjoys. If I ever did go back into readings now, I’d take the precaution first of getting registered as a minister first. Then I could get a tax exemption and legal protection to boot! It’s ridiculous.

I want to know why no-one was interviewed speaking for the thousands of psychics who sincerely believe in their craft, and the clients who find great solace in it. It appears to me that at least one of these women was coerced into denouncing her practice, or at the very least hoped to get consideration for doing so. I’d like to know about the actual law being invoked in this case. Is it actually against the law simply to do readings, or is there something specific they all did to attract attention from law enforcement?

I have sent a letter along these lines to the author of this article. If they respond and agree to it, I’ll post a response. In the meantime, your thoughts?

The reflections from convicted psychics who speak to the board may give pause to those willing to pay for a peek at the future.

Closing #LWYPG Yahoo Group.

As there has been almost no traffic on the  Living With Your Psychic Gifts Discussion Group in some time, I am closing and archiving the group. However, you are still welcome to friend me on Facebook, and to follow the Living With Your Psychic Gifts Discussion Group page there:

 I would prefer questions about psychic ability be asked on the page. But I always welcome new friends on my personal page, and at my other social media pages:

As always I am happy to answer any questions about psychic ability in general, but I do not do psychic readings anymore myself. I have a list of recommended psychics I am happy to provide if you are needing a reading. You can send me a message from most of my social media pages or from the contact page on Living With Your Psychic Gifts.

Thanks to you all for joining this group, and for contributing to a wonderful archive of psychic information.

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