About Me

Hi. I am Abbey. I grew up on the New Jersey shore with my parents and two sisters. I had a relatively normal and happy childhood, but at a young age I knew I was intuitive. I was not brought up to practice any sort of religion; actually quite the opposite. My parents raised us as agnostic and I did not have a clue about religion nor how to pray.  

I am clairvoyant, clairsentient, clairaudient and claircognizant. When I was 12 years old I was diagnosed with a serious life-threatening medical condition that nearly killed me. That was my first real memory of feeling and seeing divine creations around me. I could not walk because I was so sick, but I remember telling my family to not worry because the Angels were holding me up at the moment and I would be just fine. 

Fast forward several more years into my early 30s when I had my first baby. That’s when I started hearing the divine more clearly and created a relationship with my grandmother who passed away before I was born. 

Unfortunately, just months after having my first baby I was diagnosed with serious stage 4 head and neck cancer and my outcome for success was very small. I pushed through a 14 hour reconstructive surgery, multiple chemo sessions that made me very ill, and 35 radiation treatments while being strapped down to a table. I won’t lie, it was brutal, scary, and painful. However I was never alone. While all my clairs started to really develop at this time, I was still confused by them and not sure why I had them. But I continued to develop a wonderful relationship with my grandmother who continued to guide me and promise me everything would be okay. 

I spent the next 5 years fighting for my life. Receiving multiple forms of therapy, including physical therapy, speech and swallow therapy, occupational therapy and lymphedema therapy, and palliative care. After a lot of hard work I learned to talk and eat again, and while I came out very different then how I went in, I learned to embrace my new self, including my abilities. 

A few years later, after multiple prayers and help and guidance from my spiritual team directing me to the best doctors, I became pregnant with twin boys. My pregnancy was considered very high risk and I struggled everyday. Having our bedroom turned into a hospital room and being hooked up to machines for the majority of it. I continued to develop my relationship with my grandmother and further growing my sense of faith and my abilities. She helped keep me and my twins safe during that very difficult time. 

After my twins were born I decided to open up to my family about my abilities. I realized at that time that they were special and should be shared with those around me that I love. 

Cancer changed me completely into a new person. It opened up a spiritual side I didn’t know I had, and helped create a very strong faith in our universal creator. 

I lost my voice from my cancer for a month while I couldn’t breathe or eat on my own. When I was able to talk again, my voice was never the same and I developed a speech impediment. When I lost my voice, God gave me theirs to use and share with others. And that’s what I have been doing ever since. Sharing my gift with anyone who passes through my life and needs it. 


 We are all broken, that’s how the light gets in.


Leonard Cohen