Everyone gets a bit curious sometimes about how their life might turn out. Wouldn’t it be nice not to always wonder, but to believe that you know?
Step into the world of Angie D’Anjou. She calls herself a psychic and says she operates under the assumption that if she can’t disprove it in reality, then it’s real.
This weekend D’Anjou will be at the Psychic Fair she organized at the Hampton Inn in Nashua.
“This is a place for people to come together for spiritual experiences and find positive, inspirational growth with their own energy,” D’Anjou said.
D’Anjou wants people to know that the fair is for their own benefit and guidance. The psychics will not do anything a person isn’t comfortable with. There will always be skeptics, she said, and that’s fine.
“It’s their path; we’re not going to change them,” she said. “That’s not what we’re about.”
D’Anjou was adamant that this fair does not dabble in anything negative.
“It’s good and it’s whole-hearted. There’s enough sadness in the world. We try to enlighten [visitors] and keep things positive,” she said.
All of the psychics will do readings in a unique way. Terry Milton will do readings with stones and crystals. Ramona Garcia, Marlene Mercedes, Jocelyn Boucher and Michelle Guillemette will all offer guidance for connecting with deceased loved ones.
D’Anjou said there may also be tea leaf readings, palmistry and numerology.
Susan Morgan, a dream specialist, will try to help people decipher their dreams. She has spent that last decade teaching people how to remember and interpret their dreams using heartbeat drumming, an ancient technique of the Native Americans.
Morgan said she believes that “We dream of the future. That’s a good portion of our dreams. We can change things in our waking life.”
Morgan has written a book about dreams and believes, like D’Anjou, that the work she does can have a positive influence on individuals and society.
“I want to change the world and make it a better place,” Morgan said. “We can naturally improve our lives, the earth and living things. Once we start honoring our dreams, we will improve our relationships with people, the earth and animals.”
Morgan also calls herself a medium and says she can help people get in touch with loved ones who have died.
“It can bring healing to a relationship that may have ended abruptly or to see how they are doing,” she said. “It’s a reminder that our relationships with people don’t end, they continue on.”
D’Anjou does similar work in her basement, which she has turned into a spiritual sanctuary called The Center for Awakening.
Among other things, D’Anjou does readings, reiki training and intuition training. She also does reading parties for groups of people.
“It would be abnormal if it’s not there,” D’Anjou said of her messages. “It would bother me since I’m so used to it.”
At the fair, vendors will sell soy candles, healing stone pendants, lockets and bracelets and energy transformers, among other items.
But D’Anjou said she wants people to know that they’re trying to help you, not take your money. This fair is one of many that she organizes throughout the year. Each fair benefits a non-profit organization.
As seen in the January 30, 2014 issue of the Hippo.