Talk to loved ones on the other side

THE loss of a loved one can be a devastating time for anyone, especially if they are someone particularly close to your heart.

After the death of her husband, Anne MacKenzie went in search to find out the reason of life and the possibility of an afterlife.

She opened her business, Kindred Spirits, which specialises in tarot readings for clients who want to get in touch with their loved ones who have passed on and to help answer any of life's questions.

Her positive attitude towards life, and ability to turn obstacles into opportunities, has kept Anne on top of things and has also helped others who have needed help in life.

“Having a positive outlook in life and always finding the upside in all life's negativity has gotten me to where I am today,” she admits.

“I enjoy being able to answer all my customer's requests and be able to help them with any spiritual needs.”

Kindred Spirits also has a wide range of herbs, crystals, fairies, dragons, books, jewellery and crystal lamps, great for gift ideas or for giving your home or personal space a lift.

Anne says one of the best parts of her job is seeing her clients and customers return time and time again, even if it's for a chat.

Having owned Kindred Spirits for three years, Anne has helped many people of all ages with their spiritual needs and enjoys providing them with the answers they are looking for.

In the spirit of thinking positive towards a cure for breast cancer, Anne gives this piece of advice to all women and men.

“Life is very short, so it's always good to be positive and to surround yourself with family and friends.”



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