QLD According to Rose Smith, most people who consult psychics these days are looking for guidance in relationships.
Ms Smith, who runs a phone-in psychic business on the Gold Coast, would know: Though you might think the magic would be lost, Ms Smith believes her readings over the phone are more effective than those she does face to face. Rose Smith says she can separate the analytical and mystical parts of her brain.
Jessica Hinchliffe "I think this is a point that gets lost sometimes," she said. They're not going to make any decisions for you—not good ones anyway. According to Ms Smith, the desire to take control is a big factor.
Despite the clues and suggestions a psychic might offer, clients are free to choose any course of action. Ms Smith is tertiary educated and trained as a therapist before becoming a full-time psychic. So how does she reconcile this paradox? Druids celebrating the summer solstice at Stonehenge in Having said that, I actually do have an analytical mind," she said.
I still have that part of me. I've done that for many years now, and I can kind of float between the two. Much of Dr Ezzy's research focuses on teenage witches. Doug Ezzy initially thought the teenage witch phenomenon was linked to TV series like Buffy. Together they form a new religious movement of about 0. Initially he thought the phenomenon of teenage witches, as seen in TV series like Charmed and Buffy, was "just young women, playing around, doing silly things".
But he discovered while researching the book he co-authored with Helen Bergman, Teenage Witches, that these young women are often struggling with real-life issues, including relationship difficulties, health problems, depression, the pressures of school and even sexual abuse.
There's something in that for Ms Smith, who traces her psychic ability back to her difficult childhood.