This page offers you sincere advice on all the problems you encounter throughout lifes path. Every week we will feature a real caller's problem that will be answered by our in-house Psychic, Terry Mastriantonio and his door-keeper guide Rahman. You can submit your own issues that you need help with. Terry & Rahman, will answer your questions here on this page.
Rahman Almasi, is Terry's lifetime guide (known as a doorkeeper guide), he was a medical doctor whilst on the earth. He was assigned to Terry from birth, but Rahman didn't make himself known (in human form) until Terry was 8 years old. He has only ever 'appeared' to Terry 4 times throughout his life since that first vision. Terry speaks to Rahman daily, and incorporates him into all of his spiritual readings.
Terry is an 8th Generation reader with 35 yrs experience. He's Clairaudient, Clairsentient, Clairvoyant and a Spirit Guide Channeller! Reading into Relationship, Personal, Career, Finances (No health/pregnancy) issues. Reading in an ethical, honest way, his aim is not to give you false promises, but a surer way forward. Featuring in the national press since 1983 – the latest being Soul & Spirit Magazine April 2014.
Q: "I'm currently looking for a new job, but am yet to find anything suitable. Despite attending a number of interviews (and having several applications on the go at present), nothing seems to be materialising, and to be honest I'm losing my confidence. Worse still, things in my present position - working in sales - are absolutely terrible, and I'm feeling really confused about whether to stick with what I know, or look for something completely different. Can you help me please"?
A: I can feel your frustration for sure as I read your email - you're asking yourself how someone with so much talent and passion can find themselves in such a terrible situation, and are beginning to doubt yourself. Sadly, I feel that there are other people trying to make your life difficult here in the process too right now, and it's the individuals you're workig with, rather than the job itself that is the problem here. Rahman says that the managers are also pretty clueless about how awful things have become too, and are generally quite young and inexperienced themselves.
Fortunately, I do see things changing quite dramatically over the coming 6-8 weeks, and Rahman says that one of the key managers will be asked to leave. For now (as difficult as it may be), try to stick it out. You're great at your job, and must not let them push you out. There'll be a new employer or a promotion, coming your way before too long, and the way to conduct yourself now (under all this pressure) will determine you're future success. So hang on in there, and watch out for a fair haired female figure that is going to help you in some way here!
Q: "I'm currently living with my best friend Monica, but I'm finding it really difficult as we spend so much time together. I don't want to loose her as a friend but I also am starting to feel a little 'stage-managed'. I don't want to hurt her feelings but I need my own space. Is it possible for me to save our friendship and still be happy?"
A: I can sense that you are sensitive to other people's needs and feelings and you would never do anything to deliberately hurt anyone. But Rahman says that you need some personal space, yes, and this is what you're not getting at the moment no, but he says you will do. Living together is a very different concept to the friendship that you shared in the past, and with you being such good friends prior to this arrangement, it's unlikely that you foresaw the need to set up some basic 'house rules'. Neither of you will want to lose your home or your friendship of course not. But Rahman says the best way forward here for you both to be happy in the future is to sit down with one another and agree on a few basic guidelines that can help you both to feel more comfortable in your home. Spirit are going to show you what to say, how & when to say it, and what you need to ignore for the time being. but all WILL be well I assure you!
Q: "Having failed to make anything of my life through poor choices and not enough effort, I have recently awoken the fact that, at 61, I don't really have unlimited time ahead. I work full-time and also carry off a freelance job alongside everything else, which takes up all my spare time. But it seems the harder I work, the more my debts mount up. In addition to this, what I most want to do is write but there is little time as I'm working so hard to earn a living and to not let others down. I would love to retire and concentrate on my dream, but I cannot see how I could manage. Can you offer any advice at all about which way to turn?"
A: From what I can see upon first glance here, Rahman says that a career in media would suit you rather well. But know that you are heading in the right direction, do not doubt that. I can see your dreams bursting out, it's just a case of putting them into action now. I see positive energy surrounding short story writing, and believe that you have a strong chance of publication in this area. You are hestitating when in fact you should be forging ahead with your dream. Cut back on your freelance work and use the extra time to write. Rahman says to sit down with a trusted friend or family member and work out where you could make savings with your finances. Submitting work also to a writing club could give you a starting point says Rahman, and this could also lead to new friendships into the bargain too. Carry clear quartz stones and wear the colour green to give you a sense of peace. Energise yourself with frequent walks in nature. I sense that you live near the seaside, so that too would be a good 'charger'. Rahman says that his affirmation for you is - "I am grateful for all that I am creating as the Universe supports me in every way, I am in the process of realising my dream".