Welcome to the World of Spiritual Healing

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My name is Patricia Weston. I am a Clairvoyant Medium, White Witch, Tarot & Egyptian Cartouche Oracle Card Reader,Reiki Master Healer, Hypnotherapist & Past Life Therapist.

I am based in Skerries, North County Dublin, Ireland where I have my Reading & Healing Rooms.

From a very early age I knew I was different. I saw life from a intuitive perspective. When I looked into people's eyes I could view their beautiful souls, see their past lives flash before me, feel their pain and pick up on what they were thinking.

I always walked with my guides and Angels and have felt their reassuring and comforting presence around me as a normal part of my life. 

Knowing intuitively I had been a White Witch in several past lives, I instinctively follow the Wiccan Way.

After graduating from University College Dublin with a Masters Degree in English, I worked in several libraries, taught Fitness and Pilates and worked in The Irish Times where I became a Journalist.

My visions and insight continued and became stronger. As my interest in the material world began to wane, the light on my spiritual path shone even brighter so I immersed myself fully into the Spiritual World knowing I was safe and held in the highest light. 

I endeavour to help and heal. My reading style is direct, honest, compassionate and to the point. I am a healer first and foremost. If you feel drawn to come to me for a session I will work with you, using all my skills to assist you on your spiritual journey in a kind, healing and open, warm environment - For The Highest Good of All

If you'd like more information on anything you see on this website, please don't hesitate to contact me.

I also hold a Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy, a Diploma in Hypnotherapy & Past Life Therapy, an Advanced Diploma in Past Life Therapy and an Advanced Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy.

Blessed Be )O(

Patricia Weston featured in the Evening Herald - read article here

Patricia Weston featured in the Irish Times - read article here

Photograph by  Dara MacDonaill The Irish Times