The first thing you notice at Psychic Courses is a link to take a 3-minute psychic test that leads you to a page that tells you that it can’t connect. This is actually psychic Heidi Sawyer’s website. In fact, this website is just largely a vehicle for her to sell her psychic services, which are apparently, permanently, overbooked. The good news for you, the poor, forsaken future client, is that you can join her Circle of Friends for $25 a month or $250 a year, during which she gives monthly group readings.
To say that Psychic Courses is not really a website to learn about psychic phenomenon isn’t entirely true. There is content for the psychic student, mostly in the blog. Heidi, to her credit, covers a variety of topics, from mediumship, to the role of the imagination in psychic abilities. And she does offer a link to a three-week, online course, with discounts for those who are in her circle of friends.
Yes, this is clearly a business. I am, however, the last person to begrudge a psychic for knowing what they’re best at and then trying to make a living doing it. It seems that Heidi Sawyer is not only doing a good job, but has managed to keep her audience loyal for the last 21 years. That alone is a feat.
But it must be said that there is no actual psychic courses at psychiccourses.com itself.