Psychic Of The Week: Christopher Golden

The Wall Street Journal called psychic Christopher Golden the Beverly Hills "Psychic to the Stars" but he is best known as a love psychic.

What do people ask a Beverly Hills celebrity psychic and love advisor like you?
Everyone asks about love: stopping a divorce, reuniting with a lover and ending cheating. Most of my clients don't want to leave something that important to chance, regardless of their status in society. So they seek reliable psychic advice. If you don't believe you deserve the best, you will never have it.

Does a "love psychic" perform "love spells"?
Love spells don't work. They are based on superstition and most of the people advertising them are scam artists and phonies who are going to lie to you.
I tell people the truth. I don't use Black Magic, spells, unicorns, rainbows, dream catchers or crystal balls. If I can help you reunite using genuine metaphysics, I will put my heart and soul into it.

What are the people who call you really looking for?
I try to help people move beyond their surface question and deepen their spiritual journey. People who come to me are essentially asking, "Who am I?" My role is to help people become the best version of themselves they can be -- and to enable them to have fulfilling loving relationships which give their life depth and meaning.

Why would people go to a psychic rather than a therapist?
Psychology deals with human behavior, which doctors either try to talk or drug people into changing. An authentic psychic deals with the whole person -- mind, body and spirit.

Reputable psychics are less focused on telling you trivial information, such as when you will be traveling, for example, than on working on a transformation to create a greater sense of possibility for their clients.

Would you rather spend years talking about how your father didn't go to enough of your Little League games or would you prefer to talk to someone with a mastery of metaphysics, who can see around corners and show you how to get what you want?

How did you get started professionally?
I was raised in Beverly Hills, and word of mouth spread there. When people heard that I was accurate, that led to being asked to give psychic readings in people's trailers on film sets and television productions, etc. Ironically, many people try to "break into" being a psychic to the show biz crowd, but the role really came looking for me.

Are most of your clients rich and famous?
I have read for everyone from royalty to bus drivers and more than 95 percent of my clients are neither rich nor famous. People shouldn't come to me because I'm a famous psychic anyway. If you have a pipe burst in your home, do you want a "plumber to the stars" or do you want the best plumber?

What does a famous psychic like you charge? I charge an affordable amount for a 15-minute psychic reading, so that everyday people can take charge of their future as well, not just the elite. I prefer to work by phone or online, but mostly, I just prefer to make a difference in people's lives. That is the purpose of having such a gift as this.

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