When and how did you first discover your gift?
I have had my gift from the age of 3, hearing voices and seeing spirits. I understood from the age of eight years. I never knew it to be a gift, I only ever knew it to be normal as I have always heard voices and seen spirits from the age of 3. As a baby I would hear voices loudly. I recall calling out to my mother to get the man out of my ears. My mother would continuously take me to the children's hospital, only to find that there were no medical explanations.
Did anyone ever believe you?
As a young girl I would tell my mother about people and situations that were going to take place; things that no one knew, not even my mother. I would tell her specific details about events, even choosing the lotto numbers one time. My mother use to say, 'You have healing hands', and ask me to touch her head whenever she had a headache.
What was it like for you at school?
I discovered when starting school that not everyone was like me. I would see spirits but not realize they weren't alive. I then discovered I was a little different and would tend to be a little shy because of this.
Who was the first person you confided in?
My mother was the first person I confided in, and, strangely enough, she was not fazed. She told me when I was a little girl that I had spent some time with the Nuns, and they told her I had a special gift. They offered to pay for my education, but my mum declined.
How would you describe what you do?
I would describe what I do as natural to me. I have always loved to work with people. My role in what I do is to assist people in tapping in to their own inner core. I am purely a guide to awareness beyond the everyday life. I believe I am a motivator in spiritual awareness and truth. I am a medium/clairvoyant. Through my medium work I can access information from the spirit realm. This is how I am able to assist people in understanding or receiving messages from beyond. As a clairvoyant, I am shown visually what may have been, what may be and what is coming. For a person this can also assist in motivating a person to move forward in whatever part of their lives that they may need to.
What do you say to non-believers?I respect people who believe or not. I know my role isn't to convert a person to believing and generally my words to a sceptic or non-believer are, 'I respect you. If you ever wish to understand more, call me.'