We are very sad to announce that Psychic Ron, one of our gifted and talented psychics who had read with us for several years, has passed on.
Ron studied Tarot, astrology and the I Ching for more than 20 years. He was a man of deep artistic interests, working in live theater, as a solo pianist and singer, and even as a painter who had exhibited in multiple shows. He worked many jobs, from computer tech to oil and gas drafting; he felt that all of these experiences, which were tied together by his spirituality and faith, also helped him ground his metaphysical interests into the physical world.
Ron once shared with us a hypnotic regression he had undergone, in which he experienced some of his past lives: “I went through hypnotic reincarnation regression as part of a lengthy experiment at Denver University. Everything was scientifically sound; I did get two clear, undeniable images. In one, I was a lonely child in Ireland at around 500 AD. I lived in a large manor and had a painting of Mary and Jesus over my bed. There were vast grounds with a fountain that I could see from my window (no glass, thick stone walls). I was being punished for something I said.
“The other clear image was of myself as a stylish woman in the late 1800s. I smoked and wore a wide-brimmed hat. These images come back to me in some daily situations and give me a sense of humor.”
Psychic Ron also shared many words of wisdom with us during his time with California Psychics, including the following:
“Have an appreciation for whatever you have right now. You have to accept that the present is what it is before you can cause changes in that. In other words, belly-aching doesn’t help. An understanding of the reality you have created so far and a clear view of where you want to go are very valuable.
“Accept that you are where you are due to your own choices. That’s the safest way to move up to the next rung. Only then can you figure out what baggage you need to get rid of or add.”
Our condolences and best wishes are with Psychic Ron’s family in this trying time. Ron, you will be missed.