Friday, July 29, 2011

Thanks to my beloved clients!

Since I began conducting psychic readings at in June, I've been thrilled by the reception I've gotten from my beloved clients. As I mentioned in a blog earlier this month, moving from one psychic line to a new one was an intimidating prospect. Would I find as many wonderful clients at KEEN? Would my old clients be able to find me? Would I enjoy my readings as much?

I'm thrilled to report that the answer to all those questions is a resounding yes! I've been welcomed with open arms by my new clients at KEEN, while many of my old clients have gone out looking for me and found me. To top it off, I'm enjoying my work even more now than I ever did before.

In other words, I want to send a huge Thank You to my beloved clients, both old and new. Every day I'm grateful for the opportunity to be a part of your lives, and I look forward to speaking with each of you.

I hope you have a happy and safe weekend. Blessings to all.
Louise Helene

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Psychic Readings 101

When I meet people and tell them what I do for a living, one of the first questions they ask is, "How do you conduct a psychic reading?" And they're not the only ones who are curious. Many of my clients - both new and old - admit to wondering about my process when they contact me for readings. Some first-time clients are downright nervous about their readings, since they don't know what to expect.

In order to answer this question, I've written the essay "Psychic Readings 101" and posted it on my website. Hopefully it will address both people's curiosity and their fear of the unknown. You can read the essay on my website by clicking here: Afterward, I hope you'll call me for a demonstration of how a psychic reading can help you.

I look forward to talking to you.

Blessings to all!
Louise Helene

Friday, July 15, 2011

Client Q&A: Send money to Nigerian prince?

I talk to so many clients every day who are eager to find true love. They are wonderful people with open hearts who just want to share their lives with someone special. Unfortunately, sometimes they're so eager to fall in love that the rational part of their minds takes a vacation. That's when I'm particularly glad that they contact me first before doing anything rash. The question below might seem like an extreme case, but I heard something very much like this recently. As always, details are changed to protect confidentiality.

Dear Louise Helene:
Please help me! I'm desperately in love with a wonderful man and the best part is that he's a Nigerian prince! Can you imagine? Ever since I was a little girl I've dreamed about being a princess in a fairy tale, and now my dreams are about to come true! Except for one little problem. He's trapped in Nigeria and needs $3000 so he can fly to America and we can be married. You see, rebels have taken over the Nigerian government and thrown him and his family out of the royal palace. They've even frozen all their bank accounts, so he can't buy a plane ticket.

You might be skeptical about him, and believe me, I was at first, too. We met over the internet and even though we've never seen each other in person, we've emailed every day for two months. He's sent me pictures of himself and he's tall, dark, and handsome, just like a prince should be. He even sent me a picture from when his family was still leading the government, and he was wearing a sash across his chest, just like you see on royals and diplomats in the movies. This man is the real thing!

Please tell me what to do. I love this man and can't stand to think that he's a political prisoner in his own home, but $3000 is a lot of money. None of my family or friends will lend it to me because they say this is a scam. What do you think? How can I help him?

Dody in Dallas

Dear Dody:
I'm very sorry to tell you this, but I think you should block Prince Charming's email address and not respond to him anymore. Sadly, this story sounds too much like a spam email that's been sent to millions of people around the world. The unfortunate truth is that there are a lot of people out there who want to take advantage of others. I strongly feel that this man is one of them.

You are a kind, loving person who can't stand to see someone else in pain, so you want to help him. But please understand that this man isn't really in pain. He's not telling the truth about his situation. He's not in danger. And he's not a prince.

One piece of advice that I often give my clients is to listen to their family and friends. Sure, sometimes one of them can get a false impression about your new boyfriend, but if everyone you talk to tells you the same thing, you should take it seriously. While you might be temporarily blinded by love or desire, those closest to you probably aren't, so they have valuable advice to share.

When love really does come for you - and I feel it will - you will know it. And it won't cost you $3000.

Blessings to all,
Louise Helene

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Taking the leap

Sometimes it's frightening to leave something old behind and take the leap into uncharted waters. Whether it's getting out of an unsatisfying relationship or quitting a job or buying a new car, there's something comforting and safe about those things we're familiar with. But it's often necessary to leave them behind in order to position yourself for something even better that's waiting just around the corner.

I'm not immune from this situation. Recently I've started conducting more of my psychic readings in partnership with a company called They give me both the technical support and the freedom I need to take my psychic advisor business to the next level. But shifting from the companies I've worked with for a number of years produces anxiety. Yes, I know it's the right decision, but that doesn't always make it easier.

So if you're one of the clients who's been looking for me on another line, please come visit me at KEEN. Some of you might know me as Louise on another psychic phone line where I was the top psychic of 2010. I look forward to talking to all of my clients - both old and new - very soon.

Monday, July 4, 2011