A Personal Journey

Eunice has trained and worked patiently and with accountability for over 25 years with Spirit giving equal time to day to day living and Spiritual practices. Her primary gifts are telepathic channelling, clairvoyance, clairaudience and clairsentience. With a background in performing Eunice enjoys live appearances with the opportunity to convey on behalf of spirit, practical messages of understanding, support, optimism and self care.

As an experienced teacher her development circles and workshops have proved very popular. Eunice also offers private and group readings and is a professional Bach Flower Practitioner and Reiki therapist. She lives in Auckland New Zealand.


"Although I come from a family of psychics, I was proud to call myself a sceptic. 

In the 80's my life wasn't going great. I was on the other side of the world in a very unhappy relationship and knew virtually no one in New Zealand that I could turn to for help. My then partner went away with his friends for a long weekend. Even the cat, Basil, went out. I was alone, sad and desperate. I rang The Samaritans. Ironically, they were closed for the weekend! It was too expensive to phone my family in England and even if I had, I didn't know what to say and there was nothing they could do. Our friends weren't mine, they were his and anyway, they had all gone away with him.  I didn't even know the neighbours. 

There was no one I could turn to. It was at that point sitting in my lounge, feeling I had nothing else to lose, I looked up to the ceiling and beyond and said out loud 

" Please Help Me. I don't know what to do. Please. Help me."  In a moment I had the feeling of warmth and of being wrapped in love and a sense of immense support.  

A while later after a big cry I felt compelled to " give myself a treat".  For me to leave the house alone was huge.  My self confidence was at an all time low and my anxiety levels were through the roof. Mental abuse does that to you. I went to the video shop and rented a favourite movie "The Three Amigos" and treated myself to fish and chips.  Sitting there all alone - the cat was still out - a few hours later, I realised that I had just had the best night I'd had in years and the best laugh in a very long time. As the credits rolled I remember looking at the clock on the mantelpiece. 

The hands on the face read 9.00 pm. The cat came in.  I knew that my life had changed and there was no going back."