Traci's readings come from Spirit in the 'spirit-of' personal enlightenment. To some recipients, they also provide entertainment and certainly, enjoyment. Every beneficiary of a reading has free will to choose as they see fit for their own life. Individuals are responsible for their interpretation of the reading as well as how or if they incorporate it into their own life via thought, word and deed.
From my reading with you, I knew the Spirit does go on. [Because of the reading] I would like to integrate more spirituality into my life and have a strong desire to make changes in my life to improve the balance.
Susan Spittler, Santa Cruz, California
I first met Traci at a psychic fair several years ago. To me, what set her apart from the many other psychics in the room was her professionalism and education. She struck me as highly intelligent, and when I sat down with her, it was confirmed. At the time, I was going through major transitions in my life - everything from divorce, to finances to career - I was literally sweeping my old life clean, and Traci's direction and guidance helped me make the best choices, and confirmed my own feelings and intuitions about the 'right' moves for me and my children. Her knowledge and intuition were right-on; she even knew I was in marketing/PR. I took her card and eventually called her for a full reading over the phone. In that reading, Traci was acting as a medium for my father to come through. She started coughing and having difficulty breathing, which concerned me. During the first 30 minutes of the reading she had not coughed once. Then she explained that sometimes when a person 'comes-through' she takes on sympathy pains from their life. She asked if I knew 'Frank', and that was my Dad who had passed away 5 years prior; he had asbestosis and had been on oxygen, struggled to breathe and coughed frequently. That amazed me. Until Traci, I had never known of anyone to be so specific, to usa a name and have it so accurate!
Lisa Vazzi, Worden, Illinois
My Mom wanted to hear from my little sister. Besides telling us that you were hearing, "Ask my middle name; ask my middle name," you said you were seeing a dinner bell. Well, we always called my sister by her middle name. Just before she passed, she lived with our parents, and Mom gave her a crystal dinner bell to ring in case she needed something when no one was handy to help her. In fact, the dinner bell was something of a running joke, as my sister used to tell us to be quiet and watch while she'd ring that bell. Mom would hurry back to the bedroom, and my sister would say, "See, I told ya. She does that every time!" Of all of the things that could have been said to make my Mom sure she was truly hearing from my sister, those were perfect examples!
Sharon, Kansas City, Kansas
When I asked if my son and husband were together on the other side, Traci leaned back in her chair, crossed her arms over her chest, as well as placing one leg over the other, and exclaimed, "Like two peas in a pod!" During the reading I said nothing but later told Traci, "It was you sitting in the chair, but those were my husband's actions and words!" Also Traci told me in the same reading that she saw moths appearing around the time of my husband's passing. In fact, there had been an issue of moths in our home at that time.
Name withheld upon request, Kansas City, Kansas
During a group presentation Traci inquired, "Does anyone have somebody in their life who has a helicopter or flies a helicopter?" Well, in the days before he passed, my husband put a model helicopter together and gave it to me. He said he knew he wasn't going to 'beat the big C' (cancer) and I would have to be the captain of my own ship. He told me that he built the helicopter with bombs on the top, bottom, front, back and several on both runners so I wouldn't have to worry about not being protected even though he wouldn't be here anymore. Also, in her question about the helicopter, Traci asked if this might be a nurse, or someone in the military... I work at the School of Nursing, my husband was in the Army way back when, and he loved telling me stories about his time in the military.
Name Withheld Upon Request, Kansas City, Kansas