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Davida Rappaport

Davida Rappaport is an internationally known Psychic/Clairvoyant Entertainer, Speaker, Spiritual Counselor and Tarot Instructor. Her career started in 1980 when she was hired to read Tarot cards at Halloween party. Over the years, she added palm, seashell and object readings to her list of event offerings. When she works events, she is known for her passion, flair and sense of humor. She can find something good in everything. She is very passionate about her work and provides information in a down-to-earth style that entertains, enlightens and empowers people. Her practice focuses on issues, blockages, change and transformation while providing options and possibilities. On occasion, she is able to deliver messages from loved ones who have crossed over. Davida teaches Tarot at Santa Monica College and advanced classes privately, sharing her knowledge and years of experience with others. She informs them of the importance of good ethics when she tells them, “Whenever you read Tarot for another person, you are holding their life in your hands. Be careful what you tell them as it may impact their life forever.” Davida’s mission in life is three-fold: 1. To bring enlightenment to the world through entertaining, speaking and counseling individuals and groups, 2. To facilitate mainstream acceptance of psychics and other intuitive arts practitioners, and 3. To work with corporations and other organizations as a consultant in the hiring, strategic planning, decision-making and creative processes of their businesses. She lectures, writes and blogs on Tarot, personal growth, empowerment and spiritual matters. She looks forward to developing seminars and booking more speaking engagements in the future.

For more information, please visit imrappaport.com.

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