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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Are there any good clairvoyants in the Auckland area?

Does anyone know any old clairvoyants in the Auckland area? I had a reading few years back and would love to get an updated reading

Answer by Sarina
Hello N,

I only know a good clairvoyant in Melbourne Australia. Not sure if that is going to help you because you are wanting a psychic in Auckland. Vine does do phone psychic readings in New Zealand if that helps at all? Here’s her site if you want to book a telephone psychic reading. http://www.vinemedium.com.au/psychic-readings.html

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : I can’t remember the title of this book, it is about a girl and her mentally handicapped sister?

The book is about a girl who is engaged, i think. So, one day she gets this feeling that her sister is in triuble. She later finds that someone at the mentally handicapped home where her sister was staying has raped her. Her sister is pregnant. She later decides to tske care of the baby because her sister could never take care of it. It is one of the best books I have ever read, but I can’t seem to remember the title.

Answer by Someone’s Baby
Not without my sister

Answer by anon123
Jamie Lynn Spears: A Biography.

Answer by Mya H
Is it “The Other Sister”? They made a movie about that.

Answer by the cunt.
Shaun Marron: A biography

Answer by Linda S
Wow I guess they call it not without my sister< how moving and how terrible for the family that was actually involved.

Answer by Persiphone_Hellecat
Riding the Bus With My Sister? maybe?
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Answer by gormenghast10014
“The Language of Sisters” by Amy Yurk?
http://www.amazon.com/Language-Sisters-Amy-Yurk/dp/0451207009/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1199196504&sr=1-1
“Nicole Hunter receives a psychic distress signal from her severely retarded sister, Jenny. After 10 years of estrangement, she phones her chilly, distant mother, Joyce, and learns that Jenny was raped by a nurse’s aide and is pregnant. Leaving San Francisco and her lawyer boyfriend, Shane, she heads up to Washington to survey the damage. She is outraged that Joyce will not consent to an abortion for Jenny, who is unable to speak or care for herself, let alone a child. Nicole moves back into their childhood home to care for her sister and to face old demons, most notably the abuse that Jenny suffered at the hands of their father (who’s now long gone), which neither she nor Joyce was able to stop. She reconnects with her childhood friend, Nova, who is both the unconditionally loving mother and the engaged sister she never had. As Nicole’s relationship with Shane falters, she conveniently meets Garrett, a handsome divorc‚ with a toddler of his own. Watching Nova nurture her four children, Nicole develops feelings for Jenny’s unborn child that force her to make some life-changing decisions.”

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Why are police officers so good at observing people?

Why do they know what and how you are feeling when they just look at you? It seems everytime that I meet a police officer then always know what I’m feeling or thinking. I really want to know why they get so good at observing people’s faces and body language. I want to know how to be this good. I also noticed they are also excellent at hiding their expressions and body language. Please tell me how to acquire this. I hate people knowing how I’m feeling or thinking all the time.

Answer by Sean A
A lot of time on the job will give you this experience. They interact with people only at their worst.

Answer by Jimmy Whispers X
You’re comparing cops to superhumans. This isn’t reality. What you feel near a cop is inferior status. This is because cops know they are superior. They have a gun and badge, which makes them better than us peasants. Joe Average couldn’t walk up to you and blast your brains out and get away with it; Joe Officer can.

Answer by moonshine
Police officers like anyone else don’t know
anything about people except they are suspicious
about people and things in general. In this country
you are innocent until proven guilty, so until you broke
the Law then they know something via Police work.
Anyone who know a thing or two, well! they are not at all
in their right mind, get a real job for Christ’s sake! and
more times than many they seek the assistance of the
Para normal to get a different kind of information to work with.
Why? because they don’t know.

Answer by WRG
Your feelings when you come in contact with a police officer are more in your head than in their ability.

Answer by Jay
Because that is an ability that a police officer develops over time. Its like a doctor being able to tell whether someone is sick or just faking.

An experienced police officer can tell if someone belongs in a certain neighborhood, whether they are legitimately in another place just by looking at them. He also can tell within a minute whether someone is lying.

You cannot acquire such a skill unless you deal with all kinds of people ten hours a day.

Answer by shel_bug66
Training and experience. Only the best cops who love their work develop these skills but not to the level you seem to think. They are not psychic, just observant. I train every day to detect when someone is lying to me (my kids hate it) or being evasive, when the Blacks are going to attack the Whites or vice versa, when the North are going to hit the South, who is getting ready to pull a weapon out of his a@@, where you are from by the tattoos you have, who you talk to and who that person answers to. My life and the life of my partners could depend on my awareness at any given time therefore I train myself every day to be observant and pay attention to my surroundings. I have attended an investigation course through my job, much of this class was taught by a retired FBI agent (Timothy McVeigh and Polly Klass cases) and a police detective. Both had endless information regarding awareness and detecting body language and movements during suspect interviews, it was fascinating. Earlier this year I attended a class by Third Degree (interview and interrogation) which is taught by two Police Officers who know their stuff. The entire course was about reading body language and eye movements during suspect interviews. Amazing to say the least.

I am a certified hostage/crisis negotiator. This training has taught me how to communicate with people by listening to what is being said and how it is being said. I am trained to detect emotions and personality types as this is key in enabling me to build rapport and communicate successfully. Not so much body language here as you are usually on a phone or talking through a door. Face to face can be extremely beneficial to us as we can manipulate our body language to be comforting and influential with say a jumper or someone who wants to cut themselves or a hostage. I have had extensive training in observation and communication and I have yet to scratch the surface. I will tell you one thing, if you are talking to someone who is talented in lie detection, you will not be able to lie to them, I guarantee it. People who are “human lie detectors” are far and few between. Every cop out there trains for this but only a handful get good at it and no one is a master of it. I love the skills I have obtained in the last few years, they are invaluable to me and my co-workers. The more I learn, the more confidence I gain which allows me to trust my instincts more. It’s not magic, just alot of hard work and a desire to achieve. Have I told you how to acquire it? Third Degree Communication!!!! look them up.

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Telephone Psychic Readings!

Written by Goddessmother

In a reading you may want to ask about:

A loved one who has passed (I am often visited by spirits and angels) “Can you tell me if my Auntie is with us?” Does my mother have a message for me?”
Love and romance. “Does my boyfriend really love me?” ” Will we marry?” “When will I meet my true Love?”
Family. “I have trouble getting along with my mother-in-law. Why doesn’t she like me?” My daughter is struggling right now.”
Career. “Will I change jobs soon?” “Will I get the promotion?”
Pets: “Where is my lost cat?” “Why does my dog look so sad?”
Past lives: “Did I know my boyfriend in a past life?”
Guides: “Tell me about my guides.”
Health. “How can I get more energy?” “Why am I so stressed out?”
Spiritual growth. “I think I am gifted. Do you see these gifts?” “Why am I at a stuck point?”

General advice comes as naturally to me as answers to specific questions.