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Ev­ery­thing you ever wanted to ask a psy­chic.

Real talk: Most of us visit psy­chics to find out ex­actly when that tall, dark and hand­some fan­tasy is go­ing to show up… or to see if it’s time to break up with our short, fair and okay-look­ing re­al­ity. So that’s why (grain of salt firmly in hand) we asked medium Psy­chic Cyndi (who can of­ten be found giv­ing read­ings at Toronto’s Four Sea­sons Ho­tel Spa) ex­actly how help­ful a glimpse into the fu­ture can be for our love lives.

QIf some­one comes with a very spe­cific ques­tion (such as “Will I get mar­ried in 2016?”), can you ac­tu­ally an­swer? “I can usu­ally give them a guided an­swer. For ex­am­ple, if I don’t see a re­la­tion­ship hap­pen­ing for them, I will tell them that, un­for­tu­nately, I can­not see any­thing for them. I can only give them the an­swers I am be­ing shown by my guides.”

QAre there any un­ex­pected re­la­tion­ship ben­e­fits for peo­ple when they come to see you? “What I see is based on the en­ergy pre­sented to me at the time of the read­ing. I may see that there is no mar­riage in the fu­ture, but they still have free will to do what they want. For one client, I saw no wed­ding in his fu­ture with his ex­ist­ing girl­friend; he went ahead and got mar­ried that sum­mer, and I heard six months later that he was get­ting a di­vorce.”

QWhat has be­ing a psy­chic/medium taught you about re­la­tion­ships? “Pay at­ten­tion to your own in­tu­ition. If some­thing feels wrong, then there is prob­a­bly some­thing wrong. If you have to ask me whether I think the re­la­tion­ship is the right one for you, I be­lieve you al­ready know the an­swer.”

QHow can get­ting a read­ing ben­e­fit peo­ple in non-ro­man­tic re­la­tion­ships? “I can give them in­sight into re­la­tion­ships with friends or col­leagues. For ex­am­ple, I can see a pro­mo­tion or new job on the hori­zon and who will as­sist them with get­ting that new po­si­tion. I of­ten give them a time frame in which they can ex­pect good things and warn them if there are things they should be cau­tious about.” n

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