“Intuitive direction. Clarity of perception.”
Clairaudient/Clairvoyant | Tarot | Intuitive Muse
Since early childhood, Kellie Sue has been able to “see” where lost objects are — enough to describe the lost item’s surroundings to her friends or friends of friends, so that they may be found. As an intuitive, she uses the sight to “see” and assist people in finding themselves when they’re feeling lost or off track, so that they can find their footing again.
In her words, “We live in a time of infinite stimulation in finite bodies. It’s crucial that we accomplish our purposes/our mission within whatever time we have here. As an intuitive, I help people gain a deeper sense of that mission, and ways to stay focused and on track. Using The Tarot as a guide, I listen intently to both my Spirit Guides and those of the person in front of me for the most clear and direct information.
As a reader, my intention is to establish for my client a calm, balanced approach to her or his goal. If we’re going to live our biggest, most authentic lives, we can no longer leave ourselves out of the equation. My clients walk away with a sense of direction, peace, and a deeper intuitive, balanced perspective on where they’re at and how to arrive at their desired destination.”
“For a number of years, Kellie Sue has been a lifeline for me when I’m feeling doubtful about a difficult decision, I know that I can trust her intuition whether it’s what I wanted to hear or not. I know she’ll tell me the truth and best way to move forward. Sometimes it’s as simple as moving past fears that keep me stuck … she instills a sense of confidence and clarity.” —Lisa McGee, Actress.
“I’ve never gotten my cards read by Kellie Sue. That’s just not my thing. What I have relied on Kellie Sue for over the past 20-ish years is helping me find stuff I’ve lost…I’d lost my wedding ring, looked everywhere for it for several days. Finally, I asked her if she could “see” where it was or if it was gone for good. She told me that it was at my in-laws next to the wheel chair ramp in the grass near the bottom close to the cement. We had to wait for the snow to melt, but then, sure enough — my father-in-law found it exactly where she said it would be. That’s just one example. Another time I can think of off the top of my head is when she “saw” my missing wallet, described where it was — said it was at our house but outside — I hadn’t yet replaced all of my cards, hoping to find it. She said it was in a dark cool place near water in the yard, very close to water, but not wet. I went outside and thought to move the kiddie pool just in case, and it had slipped underneath it while I was supervising our daughters in the pool.” — Darrin Mann, Foley Mixer.