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Coasting : Issue 2 2009
C ONSIDER, for a moment, how you would react. You’re walking through the park and mulling things over when suddenly a supernatural white light from above consumes you. Hollywood, of course, has taught us that such an encounter is quite simply a prelude to buying the farm, or an alien abduction. Or both. And let’s face it, even if the light proved to be from an entirely terrestrial source there’s a good chance that the shock would do you in. But for Wyong woman Flavia Ursino, such an encounter was something to smile about. Flavia, of Wyong, is a clairvoyant and professional psychic who fi rst embraced the supernatural world more than 30 years ago when, as a schoolgirl, she began to astral travel while laying on her bed. The ‘’white light experience’’, as she calls it, proved to be a defi ning moment in her life, providing her with comfort, clarity and a level of understanding that came at just the right time. ‘’I was walking through a park soon after my house was burgled and I was deeply troubled,” Flavia said. “Suddenly I was enveloped by a white light and everything seemed perfect: my being was transformed. “It was an out-of-this-world experience in which time seemed to stand still. The strong message I received was that nothing in life is beyond repair. “It was an incredible experience and confi rmed my belief that a superior intelligence has fi ne-tuned the universe for our existance.’’ Flavia said the take-home message for us all was that everything in our lives was evolving. She said it was a common mistake for people to think that the universe owed them happiness. “The universe is invested in our evolution, not in our happinesss,” she said. To demonstrate her point she cites the example of the toddler who is teething. The teething causes distress, but is a necessary step in the “evolution” towards growing teeth. Flavia concedes that the message isn’t always easilyy accepted by adults who have much bigger troubles to cope with. But understanding the bigger picture, she says, is often “out of our conscious range”. Flavia said she was grateful for the gift of her deep spirituality, and she believes in God. “I believe that God is life itself,” she said. “If we love and connect with life at the deepest level, we connect with God.” Pictures by Phillip Hearne *Additional reporting by Paul Callaghan What you didn’t know… ✸ She’s reluctant to talk about it, but Flavia said she played an important role in the solving of a Sydney murder more than 20 years ago. Information that Flavia provided to a Sydney journalist was to prove crucial. “Although a lot of my information went straight into the dustbin at the police station because they weren’t open to it at fi rst,” she said. ✸ Flavia has a close-knit group of psychic friends who provide insights into each other’s lives. “Psychics can’t always see into their own lives. It’s like when you hold a book up too close to your face and you can’t read the words. Sometimes you need someone who’s at a distance to help you,” she said. ✸ Among the highlights of Flavia’s work is when she foresees unlikely marriages for her clients. ✸ Flavia has written a feature fi lm with the working title Night Star. She described the fi lm as a funny spiritual drama. ✸ She is also developing the idea for a lifestyle program which she plans to pitch to the major TV networks. ✸ Flavia is available for group bookings, private consultations, mail readings, classes, phone readings and public lectures. Phone 4352 1753 or 0412 622 401. the explore entrance discover enjoy www.theentrance.org 1800 335 377
Issue 3 2009