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How A Psychic Sidelined My Life On Miami Beach

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I was just minding my own business suntanning on my Delta Airlines blanket on Miami Beach when a business card that read “Spiritual Guidance by Eva” floated down in front of my face.

“I’d like to do a reading for you,” Eva was standing over me now, smiling with her blonde/grey hair streaming out from behind her sunglass-adorned face.  If you’re like me, you imagine a psychic should have something crazy about her look.  For Eva it was her fuzzy hair.

“Surely this is a sign,” I thought to myself.  I’ve always slowed down when walking past psychic shops  – as if they were a magnet and I, a piece of metal that luckily? had legs and willpower to avoid them.  I found the idea and the energy of psychics fascinating, and yet I knew I was the type of person that if she told me my future was to play out a certain way, I would totally alter the way I lived my life, and my perspective based on whatever she said.

“I don’t think I have enough money,” an eternity of decisions happened in my head and I responded within a passing moment.  The choice was made; I’d broken my silent meditation that started at yoga that morning by speaking to Eva instead of the random dude who invited me to a beach party moments before she showed up.

“It’s only $20, and if you’re not satisfied, you get your money back,” Eva had more than confidence; I felt an entrancing energy from her – that energy that swallows you whole and forces the complete attendance of every particle of you when you’re about to have a meeting with your destiny.

“Okay,” I said.

Eva plopped down in front of me, crossing her legs, and I got a flash of her white panties previously hidden under her white dress.  Instead of closing her legs she covered her crotch with a white cloth.  I laughed to myself and there was an unspoken understanding of the dress struggle.


“Take your $20 and hold it in both of your hands,” she instructed.

I did as told, but thought it was kind of weird; wouldn’t the money interfere with the flow of energy or something?  She was the expert in the operations of the Universe; not me.

Eva smiled and ditched her sunglasses showing me crazy grey-blue eyes that matched her fuzzy blonde-grey hair, “I’m going to tell you what I see whether it’s good or bad.”

I nodded with fear felt in my soul and she began her reading, staring into me:

“I see,” she paused, “that you will live to be 83.”

Phew, one fear out of the way – I’m not going to die young.

“You are young, but you’re an old soul.  You’ve had a hard last two years, but things are about to get better for you.

You have high expectations from life, and yet it takes very little to make you happy.

Many women don’t like you.

Many men are attracted to you.

You’ve been hurt a lot.

I see marriage and two children for you.”

There goes another fear – I’m not going to die alone.

And then she did the thing that was the reason I’d avoided psychics up to that point:

“You’re not doing what you’re supposed to be doing in life.  You’re off the path that you’re supposed to be on.”


Fuck. Fuck. Fuck.

What the fuck?

And then ensued 9 days of questioning my very existence.  Of questioning the way I train. Doubting my relationship.  Wondering if I’m doing the right thing in my business.

And 9 days of wearing all the colours of the chakras and avoiding alcohol, beginning with 3 days of skipping red meat (because Eva was the expert in the operations of the Universe, and these were her instructions.)

Have you ever had the courage to question who you are and what you’re doing with your life until it’s shaken you to your core?  Or are you just showing up, rolling out of bed and slapping the alarm clock, floating through your days and going through the motions, afraid to ask if you’re fulfilling your rightful purpose in the Universe?

Are you the Creator of your destiny, or are you an actor in society’s story?

“The power to question is the basis of all human progress.” – Indira Gandhi

Eva made me question every little piece of who I am from my root chakra to the crown of my head.  I’ve made minor changes in the way I’m living, but I had the courage years ago to leap out of society’s path presented to me and forge my own.  It was scary as hell at the time but I’m happier than ever in my everyday life, and hungrier than ever to discover the greatness that currently lies dormant within me.

“It made me really think about what is possible in my life rather than just moving mindlessly through everyday tasks.” – Projekt Possible Client


“The biggest change in my life was action. I’ve been sitting with my business idea for a year and this program and the accountability pushed me to take action and start.” – Projekt Possible Client

Let me be your equally as fuzzy-haired, and maybe? slightly more logical Eva.

I’m looking for 20 people who are hungry for more happiness and achievement in their lives, and who are courageous enough to question their entire existence.

If this sounds like you, click here to learn more about the program I’ve created to fulfill my destiny on this planet by helping you find yours.

If you do only one thing today, question your existence.

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