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Sabina


Sabina was born in Germany but is now a Canadian resident in a happy relationship with her partner and their many Chihuahuas. She entered this world with powerful, predictive gifts she displayed at a young age. Later she learned to accurately read poker cards, using them like Tarot, while channeling answers for her many thousands of clients. She's worked on TV with a psychic show that ran for 10 years, and has read for many celebs, including J.Lo, accurately predicting her pregnancy with twins. She's read for 61,000 callers on a European site and has proven her gifts time and time again on radio call-in shows. Though her mom once called her crazy for making predictions at the age of 4, her eerie accuracy has proven that what is unusual and impossible for most, is normal and highly possible for Sabina. In 2008, she wrote a book about her uncanny technique of reading poker cards, and she has held many of her own seminars, sharing her techniques with others. A survivor of a very bad relationship, she dove into every book she could get her hands on to dissect the mechanics of unhealthy relationships and to help others understand that they are survivors and not the guilty ones in that scenario. If you'd like a reading with this lovely, celebrity psychic and channeler, you can find Sabina at PsychicAccess.com.

How Another Starfish Was Saved

Click Here for a FREE psychic reading right now at PsychicAccess.comIn 2008, I visited my best friend in her hometown. She was working as the general manager at a well-known local hotel. When I arrived she warned me about ‘the question’ I might be asked, which was: “Are you saved?” I looked at her with confusion. Whatever did she mean? “Please just say yes, if you are asked,” she said and left it at that.

I shrugged it off and went on my way to settle in, before I have dinner with her. When I later came down to the lobby and asked for my friend, the hotel receptionist came around the front desk and asked me, “Are you saved?” I could hardly believe it. “I would like to think so,” I said with a bewildered smile. “It is after all only 10 miles to the nearest military base.”

She looked at me with big eyes. The next words that tumbled out of her mouth really took me my surprise. “Have you met your savior, Jesus?”

“Is he here as well?” I asked, not knowing what else to say. But she persisted. “Have you met the Lord Jesus Christ?”

Being on vacation, and visiting friends I have not seen in a long time, God and Jesus was not exactly on my mind at that moment. All I could do was to apologize to her, and explain that I am from Germany and I did not understand at all what she meant.

She came closer and closer, and I soon found myself in a bear hug. She said: “The Lord is speaking through your tongue. You are blessed! You must come to our church service on Sunday.” All I could think of to do is agree. She was very pleased, returning to her desk with a knowing look. My friend then came around the corner and I said, “Guess what, I did not say yes, but I did agree to attend the Sunday service!” Continue reading

Holding Out For The Heroes

Click Here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comEvery morning, while I am getting ready to face the uncertain world we currently live in, I put on that famous song by Bonnie Tyler, Holding Out For A Hero. And I turn the volume up – so loud that any anxiety or worry I might feel won’t stand a chance over that song! It reminds me that while there are heroes in our world, there will always be hope. And we all are the sources of that hope, because we are all heroes in our own way.

Lately, I have been thinking especially about all the heroes and heroines out there on the frontlines of the Covid-19 pandemic, fighting every day for our greater good. So many healthcare workers, essential services personnel and volunteers are working around the clock, despite the danger and the risk to themselves and their families. Some of the first responders have to sleep in their cars or stations, not to affect their own families.

It is easy for ordinary folks to feel useless and insignificant in these times. What could the rest of us possibly do to support them in their valiant efforts? Personally, I have no medical education, apart from being a life guard in my teens. What could I possibly contribute during a global health crisis? Well, I’ll tell you what makes sense. Many of us have special skills or resources that we can put to good use during these challenging times. Some people are sewing masks at home, or collecting food, while others are doing virtual volunteering and various uplifting online projects.

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