Tracy Jane

Tracy Jane

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My name is Tracy Jane and I work using tarot cards and ribbons. I currently undertake divine services in both independent and SNU churches as well as other platform work across the north east of England and continue to take bookings in this respect. I am also involved in charity events providing services and private tarot readings to raise funds where needed, whilst hoping to bring joy and comfort to those that are looking for answers.

I am a compassionate natural psychic and work closely with my natural senses and guides, to bring guidance to your every day life situations. I can look at areas such as love/relationship, working life or general. In order to build a psychic connection, I like to ask the client from the start what kind of reading they would like and what they would like me to focus on. There is normally an answer they are seeking and I find it best to get straight to the point rather than to divert away and focus on general topics unless they ask otherwise.

I first consulted a psychic in my early twenties out of curiosity and for comfort. Not understanding my early and young experiences with the psychic world, I was drawn to finding guidance as I have always felt somewhat different. Years later I was introduced to an established psychic who wanted to develop my psychic skill and having acquired my first set of tarot cards at the age of 18 I was not compelled to use them until recent years when I was able to develop even further. I have now been reading for up to 10 years.

I do not have a lot of spare time but where ever possible I enjoy meditation as well as spending time outdoors connecting with nature. I also enjoy reading, especially historical events as well as learning about crystals and their healing powers as this is something I have felt very drawn to of late.

I am inspired mostly by the quote “When one door closes another one opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.” – Alexander Graham Bell.

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