Psychic creates positive energy

Debra Todorovich says there is a lot of spiritualism and good energy in Enumclaw, where she has opened Spiritual Consulting and Readings by Debra.

Debra Todorovich says there is a lot of spiritualism and good energy in Enumclaw.

That’s part of the reason she recently moved here and started her business, Spiritual Consulting and Readings by Debra, where she helps people find their spirituality, aura and balance their chakra through practices like palmistry, tarot cards and meditation.

“People always hear the negative about psychics,” she said. “It’s about finding your inner spiritual awareness that opens the door to so many other things that go on in your life.”

Spirituality has been in her family for generations. Todorovich said her great-grandfather was a professor of palmistry at Chicago University. Her mother was a psychic who owned a business in south Orange County California for more than 30 years. Todorovich, who started using her gift at age 16, worked there until moving north to Enumclaw. Her sister still runs the California business.

Todorovich said during testing at the Sedona metaphysics center, she received a 98.3 percent accuracy rate, but the practice isn’t all about looking into the past, examining the present or peering into the future. She offers advice on love, business, career and family, but it’s about helping people channel and find peace.

“Positive energy draws positive energy,” she said.

There is no time limit when she meets with clients. “You can’t put a time limit on a person’s life,” she said.

Consultations cost between $60 and $150 and can be scheduled between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Appointments are not necessary, but are recommended. All meetings are private and confidential.

In addition to individual meetings and one-on-one meditation, Todorovich also provides her services for parties and fundraisers and plans to be available at the Enumclaw Rotary Street Fair later in July.

She has set up shop at 3253 Porter St. and can be reached at 360-625-8167.

 


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