My name is Rand Lee. I live in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Since the mid-1980s I’ve served an international clientele as a professional psychic specializing in the Tarot and trancework.
What drew me to psychic work was the excitement of exploring the unseen world within and around us. And I’ve learned that there is an endless variety of forms that Divine Love and Light take to intrigue, mystify, baffle, challenge, and delight us.
This has given me hope in some of the darkest times of my life, and has empowered me to help hundreds of clients down through the years to find their paths to freedom and happiness.
My aim in every client session is to let Spirit work through me to help answer a client’s specific questions about past, present, or future concerns in any area of their lives: work, prosperity, life-purpose, love, relationships, wellness, relocation, creative blocks, land and house readings, specific creative projects, and spiritual stuff (spirit guides, one’s beloved dead, other lives, hauntings, one’s psychic abilities). All sessions are confidential—nobody knows who my clients are—and can be done either in person or over the telephone or Skype. I can read for individuals, couples, or groups.
I love introducing people to their divinity, because most people have no idea how beautiful and powerful they really are. I do this via a system of personality exploration inspired by the 22 Major Trumps of the Tarot deck. Each of these archetypal symbol cards represents a distinct face or facet of the Divine, one of which you are exploring in your present cluster of lives.
I use several tools to get info for people: the Tarot, trance, and what I call clairsentient hunch-munching. Tarot cards are symbolic picture cards which stimulate the intuition. Trance is a purposive dissociative state through which a spiritual information source that I call “The Family” conveys information my conscious mind may not be able to access. Clairsentient hunch-munching is my rather silly term for what happens when, during a reading, I am struck by a sudden intuitive insight. When it strikes, I chew it over in my heart and mind until its significance for the client becomes clear.
I charge on a wide sliding scale, anywhere from $2 per minute down to $1 per minute, no minimum length of session required. This means a 30 minute reading (around 3 questions usually) costs between $30 and $60; an hour reading (anywhere from 3-6 questions), between $60 and $120. The client decides what s/he can afford to pay. I take credit card payments via PayPal (Rand B. Lee), checks, money orders, or cash.
For further information about my work, or to schedule a reading, contact:
Rand B. Lee
Cell: 505-469-9782 • Skype: rand.lee61