About Therese Benedict

A Clairvoyant with an Undeniable Gift

I understand the pain that is out there in this world. However, when you help someone with the changes of their life for their purpose, you endure the pain, no matter how devastating it is or how long it takes. It’s disturbing how one’s life can be so happy, until the outer world walks in to demolish what happiness you have from within your life. Yet, you learn to keep walking on your journey no matter what it takes, to change you, your life, and to heal from your wounds. During this time, you trust in God and his angels. You learn how to speak with them for their comfort and guidance, so when you reach another situation, it is still difficult, but you see peace in your future.

My best-selling book, Days Go By, Not Love, was written from the loving words of God to help people learn how to think about their actions in their life with bringing insight of the hurt that is being caused which is unknown to them.

The more you walk on your journey, the more you will understand when you give your life to God to change your wrong to right; there will always be a beautiful outcome. The journey itself changes who you are and what you see in this world. It brings discouragement and hardship, seeing how much negativity lies across this life we live. It teaches how you need to learn not to let negativity win and let the outer world stay outside, so you may keep your happiness of love and peace within. You learn to unlearn your wrong and turn them to right and to better who you are and become who you are meant to be. 

Ready to start changing your life

I have walked the many emotions of life to help people heal from their past and present. I have walked with happiness of helping them find comfort and walked with sadness from the hurt that has crossed their paths. I have stated in my book, Days Go By, Not Love “When changing your life, it involves difficult times and it’s not easy to change one’s life. It is hard at times and by saying this to you, I mean, it is hard.”

I have helped people with their life changes and I have walked through their pain with them. I have felt their pain and I have lived their pain. And I, myself, have felt the hurt rush through my soul with the ultimate of pain–not wanting to allow the feeling of destruction run through my body while tearing it up, but necessary to help heal others. I’m sure you know what I am saying, for many of you have felt this pain or are enduring and seeking guidance.