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Claire's clarity of vision in the spirit realm

PUBLISHED : Friday, 01 January, 1999, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 01 January, 1999, 12:00am

Claire Graham is a third-generation natural psychic and medium who has made a name for herself among the glitterati and business community.


Known for her accuracy about personal details and insightful readings, Claire says she is a clairvoyant, clairaudient and clairsentient, which means she sees, hears and feels spirits.


'Whether you believe it or not, I have told people things which at that time, they couldn't have known and being sceptics they dismissed me as being barmy but later they have called me and apologised when my predictions have come true,' she said.


Such incidences occur regularly with Claire, who shrugs it off saying it comes with the territory.


Having grown up in Hong Kong, Claire has been doing professional readings since she was 14 and the fact that she is both a psychic and medium makes her abilities rare and sought after.


'People come to me if they want to communicate with someone who has passed on. What I am is like a radio where I fine-tune into a different vibration and I can see or hear the spirits.' Claire says her clients are mixed, with a lot of businessmen visiting her with specific questions about deals or projects and business partners. 'I also get a lot of questions relating to health issues. I can see problems on someone's body but as I am not a doctor I have to be careful about giving advice.' Claire said she has a spiritual guide who speaks to her often and before she does a reading she meditates and says a prayer which helps her align herself with the spirits and clears negative energy.


'If 70 per cent of my predictions come true, I would have done a good job,' she said.


'What I do is give information and advice. It's like giving you a map. You still have choices. What you do is ultimately up to you.'

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