Due to a fundraiser for an Oceanside (San Diego County) animal rescue, I met a fascinating, intelligent and caring professional whose intentions are wide and valuable to animals and humans alike – Colette Grace St. Clair. She was helping the group: SPOT. They rescue and adopt out cats and dogs. Their stated mission:
“We are advocates for the homeless dogs and cats in North County San Diego that are at risk for euthanasia. Our goal is to save treatable, trainable, manageable and misdiagnosed animals in San Diego shelters by working with government entities, non-profit rescue groups, and our own network of volunteers to provide a system of transport, training, fostering and adoption.”
So back to the clairvoyant and animal communicator Colette St. Clair. She became involved with them and offered her services at a very special fee to help raise money. Intrigued by what others were posting about their experience and then after my own with her, I believed it could be helpful to share some information about alternative careers and asked to interview her. Below is part one of the two-part interview.
How long have you been in the field you are in now?
Roughly 300 years if I’m to count past lives! But in life, I was born ‘in the field’, but it took my settling in California and feeling safe and inspired to start my practicing professionally in 2001.
What would you say your main job/career is?
In all modesty, my primary job is to take good care of myself in mind, body and spirit in order to be healthy enough to excel in my work.
My career as a psychic is to help people better understand themselves, heal and grow on personal, relationship, business or creative levels. And as an expert in telepathy, I’m a conduit or a medium who helps animals, people and spirits communicate with one another.
You recently partnered with a San Diego (Oceanside) non-profit. Can you tell me a bit about that?
Indeed! I teamed up with an amazing animal support group called SPOT (Saving One Pet at a Time), introducing them to Animal Communication by working with some of the animals in their foster care network. It improved their understanding of animals to say the least, and some even expressed that it was a life-changing experience. So we joined forces in a campaign of course to raise funds to help the animals, but also to raise awareness. The latter was beautifully done by posting stories on SPOT’s Facebook page. It was a moving experience and I would do it again!
How do you define your mission?
My mission is to raise awareness about the human mind’s capacity for telepathy and its relationship to body and spirit.
What is your vision for your company and this field of work?
Mystic Languages has broadened the world’s understanding of telepathy and offered useful tools for its applications with living people who can’t express themselves as well as people in between lives and animals.
The new paradigm generates deeper insight and growth in the fields of human mind/body/spirit medicine, integrative veterinary medicine as well as psychic and spiritual healing.
Mental health professionals use the knowledge to better understand and care for the minds of people with illnesses such as schizophrenia, autism, Down’s syndrome, Alzheimer, dementia and stroke damage.
Read Part Two – the rest of the interview with Colette St. Clair about the rewards and challenges of a career as a psychic.
To read more about her services visit her web site.