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Jeffrey provides readings from his home base in Westchester, New York, and has transformed from being a 9-5 Advertising Exec to a sought after Empathic Psychic Practitioner. With over twenty-five years of experience under his belt, he has been asked to read at parties, in parks, restaurants, cars, and just about everywhere else! At the age of six, he was reading his own four fingers to give the grownups some information they sorely needed. He has since become A Reiki Master, a Hawaiian Shaman and a teacher who has developed training courses for Mental Health Agencies and local community programs. Jeffrey lives his life where his curiosity leads him and never judges others! If you'd like to have an unforgettable reading conducted in a safe environment that nurtures transformation, joy and growth, you can find Jeffrey at

Uninjected Psychic Connection

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comI was recently asked what it feel like to be able know things about people, without them telling me anything. “It helps me feel connected,” I quickly replied. People are often awed about the things I pick up during psychic readings and conversations.

I try to keep it in perspective and remain healthy, so I continue working hard to not use my hyper-sensing skills as a means to have power over someone, or to get attention, or to be awed without people understanding that it’s the connection between us that’s powerful. I just am able to facilitate this connection, nothing more. If people want to learn how I do this, I offer to teach them how ‘I do it’ and help them figure out how they can do it in their own way.

I was speaking to a friend on the phone recently, and she told me that the mother of a mutual friend, and even closer friend to her, had passed away. After asking her to share my condolences with him, I picked up something from who I thought was the energy of his mother, and asked her to share it with him. But he didn’t appreciate it. He said he was bewildered, and I felt horrible.

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