We are in a period of massive restructuring of cities, countries, and societies. This period will lead people to find solutions that governments cannot facilitate.
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
Imagine a southern, outsized personality like Paula Deen…as a psychic!
That’s exactly what you get with Judy Lane, host of the Spiritual Connections Podcast on iTunes.
Judy has some unusual predictions related to the current economic downturn that can aid people to adapt to change. “We are in a period of massive restructuring of cities, countries, and societies. This period will lead people to find solutions that governments cannot facilitate. Activities such as community gardens, bartering and cooperative ventures of all kinds can bring people together to solve problems in new and creative ways. And the byproduct is that people get to know their neighbors and learn about love.”
Judy’s intuitive gifts will amaze you and her insights will enlighten you. She’s funny, sometimes outrageous, and always entertaining.
For print media, Judy has some surprising predictions for the remainder of the year ahead.
For radio, podcasts and TV, invite Judy to do a psychic/spiritual reading for the show host or for callers to the show. She will answer questions from your audience about their present and future, spirituality in general, their own spiritual abilities and her own particular psychic gifts.
Judy Lane has been an intuitive all her life. Her clairsentience enables her to sense the physical makeup, health condition, personality and the character traits of a spirit entity while it is on the earth.
During each Spiritual Connections Podcast, Judy conducts spiritual readings for one or more volunteers and discusses spirituality in the broadest sense with her guests and callers. The podcast airs weekly on iTunes and her blog, “The Sacred Solution.”
For background, please review the iTunes podcast, Spiritual Connections With Judy Lane at:
and The Sacred Solution Blog at:
To book Judy Lane for an interview or appearance, contact Mark Stein at steinm(at)bellsouth(dot)net or (502) 897-3020.