Terry Iacuzzo | Omega Institute

Terry Iacuzzo is the first person to make me feel like I was not insane. She wrote a book in 2004 about her life as a psychic raised in a family of psychics. I know something about this. The way that she described picking up on information that she didn’t have access to, just *knew* things that she shouldn’t know – she made those things that scared me and made me unsure of my gifts seem normal. I was lucky enough to get to talk to her a few years ago, and we became friends. I can’t tell you how …

W is for wallet #atozchallenge

As I sit amongst the vendor tables at Reader’s Studio 2017, I remind myself that I DON’T NEED another tarot deck. I really don’t. I got to hang out with Terry Iacuzzo last night, who I’m delighted to say has become a friend. She introduced her to her brother, Frank Andrews, who read for John and Yoko and has been reading for 50 years. He still uses his first deck. It’s held together by cellophane tape and prayer, but he has one deck and he still reads on occasion.  I think that Terry has two decks. I have like 75. …

I is for Iacuzzo #atozchallenge

A few months ago, I picked up Small Medium at Large to read for probably the fifth time. The book was published 12 years ago, but it’s become one of my comfort reads. I was a weird kid, a strange teenager, and am an even weirder adult. One of the many reasons for this was that I was a psychic kid. My family was supportive because they were psychic too, but outside of my family it got funky. Of all of the books I’ve read about this, Small Mediums at Large is the only one I’ve found that talked about …