I live in California and originally from Philadelphia, Penn.  I do psychic work and enjoy helping people from around the U.S. and other  countries through the phone, in person, or on-line.  I speak about past, present and future, love, health and career advice.  I speak with those who have died or still alive, including pets.  I call myself a psychic counselor, lecturer, advisor and author.  I also speak to your spirit guides and give you their names so that you can speak directly to them.

Thursday, November 30, 2006

What a psychic session is like with Irma.

We have taped all of our sessions with Irma. I am going through a divorce, and Irma through her guides was able to answer many questions and concerns that I had.

I heard about Irma last December 2005 through a friend. I immediately got on the internet to research her. She lives in Livermore, Ca. Our family has lived in Livermore for over fifty years. When I first contacted her she could not meet with me right away because she wasn't feeling well. I asked if we could stop by her house and purchase a couple of her books. I also asked her to please sign and date each book. We picked up the books and to our amazement they were signed "Always the best, Irma Slage". Almost every letter or card that my dad has written to my mom is signed with Love always, I love you always, or I will always love you. He also said that he would always be with her, before he passed. I kept in contact with Irma, and we met with her around December 27, 2005.

I have had many phone sessions with psychic. Their fees ranged from $250.00 to $125.00 per hour. Irma's price of $50.00 per hour is a rate unheard of these days. I mentioned this to her and she said that her purpose is to help people. One of the more expensive psychics was very vague in her information. She wanted me to validate almost everything that she had said. To this day, none of it really meant anything to me.

We asked Irma to write a letter from my dad to my sister. As my sister read the letter she thought that it was a little generic. Then, she started to cry. The letter was signed "your pal, dad" or something close to that. My dad always would say "take it easy pal" or "catch you later pal". This was something that Irma could not make up.

Also, since I am a skeptical person, I don't ever give out any extra information. It is actually more fun to hear the information come directly from our loved ones through Irma.

I have many other stories to tell you about our sessions with Irma. I am in the process of writing a book titled LIVING THROUGH DEATH and BEYOND.


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