How To Find Psychics & Healers

By Leo Gura - March 9, 2018

Isn’t it amazing that in this day and age you can find psychics and paranormal healers through something as simple as

You can even find 5-star-reviewed ones! So you can easily weed out the scammers and quacks.

Just go to Yelp and search your city for “psychic” or “medium” or “healer” or “spiritual healer” or “paranormal”.

You can also use this trick to find:

  • Yoga centers
  • Meditation centers
  • Buddhist centers
  • Reiki
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Life coaching
  • All kinds of psychotherapists
  • Counseling & Mental health
  • Hypnosis / Hypnotherapy
  • Herbal medicine / Chinese medicine
  • Chiropractors
  • Naturopaths
  • Holistic doctors
  • Alternative medicine
  • NLP
  • Neurofeedback / Biofeedback / EEG
  • Monasteries
  • Ashrams
  • Temples
  • Shamans
  • Mystics
  • Astrology
  • Tarot
  • Float Tanks
  • Sleep centers
  • Massage
  • Etc.

Just search for those terms. You’ll be amazed at what kinds of helpful people and places you can find in your area.

Note: If you’re skeptical of some of this “New Age” stuff, I understand, but this would be a good time to apply radical openmindedness. I’m not saying it’s all gonna work for you — or cure your cancer — but you must test before you judge. Some of this stuff can be life-transforming and is very worthwhile to personally experience. If you’re an ardent skeptic, just consider the follow common sense and pragmatic point: There’s a good reason why there are literally THOUSANDS of such places on Yelp open for business, earning good money, getting hundreds of 5-star reviews, and getting lots of repeat customers — because it really works and helps people. No, it’s not because most people are gullible and superstitious and easily susceptible to quackery and placebo. It’s not as easy to build a sustainable 5-star business on pure quackery as skeptics assume. The much more likely explanation is that your materialist/rationalist paradigm is making you prejudiced against actually trying some of this stuff for yourself. Armchair skepticism just won’t cut it when it comes to this stuff. You must put your time and money where your mouth is. If you do, you might discover that your rationalist worldview doesn’t hold up to reality. Would you rather be right, or be healthy?

This one blog post could change your life, especially if you’ve got stubborn or subtle health issues like chronic fatigue, brain fog, bad PMS, depression, insomnia, ADHD, etc.

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