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      November 17, 2010

      Wednesday   7:00 PM

      Barrie, Ontario

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      The Angel's Workshop - Using Tarot Blocks

      The Angels from the Angel's Workshop will be teaching us how to read Tarot blocks. Kim Sartor and Jackie Sartor will be working with small groups tonight sharing their intuitive wisdom. The Angel's Workshop consists of two, dynamic, talented and psychic women who discuss topics such as relationships, money, family and addiction as understood by their extensive exposure to individuals seeking Psychic Guidance. Considered the Charlie�s Angels of the Intuitive world, you�ll love their energy and messages as they provide valuable insight. The first Psychic Angel, Kim Sartor, is a psychic and medical intuitive and has been performing psychic readings for ten years. Kim uses a number of tools for doing her readings including Tarot Blocks, Psychometry and seeing auras. Author, of �Wake-Up Call, Kim provides the listener with fantastic advice and support. You can identify Kim by her wit, charm and direct approach. The second Psychic Angel, Jackie Sartor, has been doing readings for eight years. Jackie would like to share the messages she receives through her readings on a broader scale. Jackie uses Tarot Blocks to obtain messages about the past, present and future. She also uses Psychometry, holding a personal belonging that is metal to pick up energy from the people she is reading. She has performed many readings for charities and special groups too. You can identify Jackie by her comical comments and her blunt but gentle approach. Cost: $10.00 Members $5.00 Learn more about the Angel's Workshop by visiting, or listen in on their Blog Talk Radio Show, Mondays at 11 am call 1 (646) 381-4723. Kim Sartor, psychic and author - Like a ray of sunshine, Kim Sartor, a Collingwood, Ont. psychic, recently gave me a feel-good reading. She held my watch in her hand for a few moments to suss out my energy vibrations � the technique is called psychometry � then she handed me a velvet bag of Tarot blocks to shake in my hands and spill onto the table. It reminded me a little of the Scrabble letters in the soft brown bag that�s stashed in my parents� board game. The colourful Tarot drawings have always interested me and I had a number of fortuitous cups appear in several spills of the blocks. �This is so good,� Sartor says. �Just keep doing what you�re doing.� She also suggested wearing a necklace or ring with rose quartz to boost the romance in my marriage � well, I did ask � and let my husband know how much I appreciate the little gestures, such as putting his dishes in the dishwasher and bringing me a bedside tea before he bolts out the door for work in the mornings. She�s smart and intuitive, no doubt about it. Part life coach and part psychic radio personality, Sartor has made this her livelihood for more than 10 years, inviting clients into her home for readings and travelling to residences, events and trade shows throughout Ontario. Her mother has similar intuitive ability and so does her sister, Jackie, so it�s an occupation she naturally was driven to pursue. Through her readings, Sartor has guided people to make changes in their lives, seek help for substance abuse � �prescription OxyContin is ruining lives� � identify their career ambitions, and open themselves up to new opportunities. What makes her stand out from others in the field, is her goal to reach a larger public to spread her wisdom and campaign for environmental reform. She travelled to Costa Rica four years ago on holiday with her husband and young son, and explored the rain forest, appreciating its beauty, first, but then discovering discarded plastic bottles and other plastic refuse that had been dumped. �I started crying. It was awful. I found out that the birds and other animals were dying because they were eating bits of this plastic,� she says. �I decided that I was going to come back and clean it all up�I want to help the planet. That�s my dream, so if I can use my success as a psychic to do that, I want to become an environmental spokesperson.� She doesn�t mind the skeptics or pay much heed to naysayers: �You have to stop worrying about what other people think � it�s really none of your business.� With the idea firmly planted, Sartor decided to write a book to wake people up to how they could change their lives, a book of advice gleaned from years of helping others with her psychic intuition. So, that�s just what she did: Wake-up Call � A Psychic�s Guide to a Better Life is now available at select booksellers and through her website, She plans to use the proceeds to begin her campaign for a clean-up and recycling program in Costa Rica. The book works as a guidebook, offering practical suggestions for change, with an intuitive bent. She candidly discusses how she carries out her readings and why they can offer people clarity; she talks about auras, fields of subtle light projecting from people and other living things. Different colours represent character traits, health issues and states of mind. In my reading, she told me my aura was white which is positive, creative and associated with people who like to help and teach � all good. Throughout the book, she frames her advice and convictions with stories of her clients, including the man who faced a split path: stay with his wife and try to rekindle his passion for her or leave her for another woman and risk losing his family and friends. Interesting, too, is her take on people who are consumed by the past. �Everyone has had bad things happen, but you�ve got to stop replaying those negative memories and replace them with new positive thoughts, like clearing out a file cabinet and replacing the file folders with new files,� she explains. �It�s amazing how, in a short time, you will see a change in your outlook.� Sartor has a book signing in Toronto, this Saturday, Sept. 18 from noon to 5 p.m. at Chapters, Kennedy Commons, 20 William Kitchen Rd. She is offering free mini readings with the purchase of her book. Other signing dates include, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.: Sept. 30 at Boston Pizza on Main Street in Wasaga Beach, Ont., and Oct. 7 at Boston Pizza on First Street in Collingwood, Ont. [masked] . Read more:

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