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By Norm Goldman
Published on January 9, 2012
 



Norm Goldman, Publisher & Editor of Bookpleasures.com interviews prolific author,Ordained Minister, Doctor of Divinity, Certified Preacher,Wedding Officiant and Spiritualist, Rev. Dr. Deborah Simpson





 



Today, Norm Goldman Publisher & Editor of Bookpleasures.com is pleased to have as our guest, Rev. Dr. Deborah Simpson, who according to her website, has possessed the God given gifts of Clairaudience (Clear Hearing), Clairsentience (Clear Feeling), Clairvoyance (Clear Seeing), and Psychometry (Reading the energy attached to objects and photos) since she was a child. Dr. Simpson is also a prolific author and has published The Constellation of Omens, Beauty Forever Reigns, Chronicles of a Sage: Spiritual Revelations via Canto, Chronicles of a Sage: Simple Complexities, The Oracles 333: Selected Verse, Tales of the Supernatural - Poetry Anthology, Ethereal Erotica - Poetry Anthology, Love & Romance Poetry Anthology - Essential Verse , Expressions - Poetry Anthology, Timeless Quotes, My Little Book of Daily Reminders (3-Pack), Pulse: Esoteric Poetry & Soul Rousing Passages, and her latest book Essential Quotes.

Dr. Simpson also performs Shamanic House Clearings and has assisted investigations on missing persons cases. As host of D’s Roundtable Radio Show she has given her callers psychic advice on the air and discussed paranormal phenomena. She has made appearances on various radio shows such as Paranormal Palace Radio, The Mortal Vampire, The Mix Talk and PairaNormal providing live, on-air psychic readings. As a clear channeler and automatic writer, she is the author of several inspirational and spiritual books including her bestselling metaphysical book, The Constellation of Omens, incorporating world predictions and signs of the end times.  

Good day Dr. Simpson and thanks for participating in our interview

Norm:

Could you tell our readers what is Clairaudience, Clairsentience, Clairvoyance and Psychometry? When and how did you know that you possessed these gifts?

Dr. Simpson: 

And a good day to you, Norm. I believe they are all intertwined, for the most part.  For most, clairaudience would be best described as channeling. It’s not like hearing “voices in your head,” but rather, it’s more like hearing the voice of intuition.  When I’m giving psychic readings, I feel the energy in and around my client and then I get a sense of “know” and the words just flow through me. When I’m writing, I open myself up to hear and accept whatever comes to me.  That would lead me right into clairsentience, which is best known as empathy.  Being an empathic, when I’m giving readings or performing energy healings on my clients, I “feel” them – I sense where their pain or vulnerabilities by feeling it within me or on the part of my body they feel it in.  Clairvoyance I would best explain as like seeing a memory. You can’t see it with your own eyes, but you see it in your mind’s eye. With psychometry, although the definition indicates that it means “reading the energy attached to objects and photos,” it’s more like feeling the energy and interpreting what you feel.  All objects have vibrations or energy attached to them.  I knew I was different as a child. I would just know things and feel things around me, but never fully understood what was happening. I began understand these gifts and explorer them in depth in my twenties.

Norm:

I noticed you also have assisted investigations on missing person cases. How does this work and how successful have you been in tracking down missing persons?

Dr. Simpson: 

Yes and for this, I use psychometry. I use either a photo or a personal item that belonged to the individual to feel their energy and “see” what is around them, to sense how they feel and to see through their eyes. I normally write down whatever comes to me. I have been successful in providing clues for investigations that have gone cold, such as describing the territory(ies) I see, buildings, car(s) and any other physical details or personal details surrounding the missing person.  Although I’ve done only a few of these to date, the clues I have provided gave search teams new avenues to follow. I know of one missing woman whose killer was identified and convicted.  I cannot take credit for the countless hours and manpower used in the searches, however, the clues I was able to provide aided the searches.

Norm:

You are also a prolific writer. How did you get started in writing? What keeps you going?

Dr. Simpson: 

I began writing when I was nine years old as an outlet and began channeling in my teens. I wrote feverishly each day throughout my teens, each writing more profound than the next.  My writings became much more in depth throughout the years. What keeps me writing is knowing that I am able to touch but one person’s life with inspiration.

Norm:

What is your creative process like when writing your books? What happens before sitting down to write?

Dr. Simpson: 

Great question.  When writing my books, optimally, I enjoy a quiet atmosphere, sitting at my keyboard, closing my eyes and writing what comes to me. However, reality does not always allow such optimum surroundings.  I normally get a flood of words coming to me and I feel a sort of anxiety about writing them and after I write, I feel a sort of release.

Norm:

What do you want your work to do?

Dr. Simpson: 

Ideally, to inspire, either by content or style and to provide new perspectives for others to live their life in fulfillment and contentment.

Norm:

If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?

Dr. Simpson: 

If I absolutely had to choose, I would consider Edgar Allen Poe a mentor. His style and soul do have a way of reverberating within me.

Norm:

What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? And as a follow up, what are the preponderant influences on your writing?

Dr. Simpson: 

I don’t know if it’s an interesting quirk, however, I have a bad habit of typing “l” instead of “n” at the end of words which drives me crazy.  For instance, where I meant to type “American” I type “Americal.”  I am also overly picky about my grammar and vocabulary and typically rewrite a sentence four to five times before I am satisfied with it. I would have to say that the preponderant influences on my writing are the spirit that channels me and compels me to write.

Norm:

Did you learn anything from writing your books and what was it?

Dr. Simpson:

Oh yes.  I have learned a lot. I’ve learned is that writing is the easy part, editing is the crumby part and having a finished product is a lot of responsibility.  I’ve learned that writing books is hard work and marketing is not glamorous.  However, the biggest lesson I’ve learned, I would say, is humbleness.

Norm:

Can you share a little of your current work Essential Quotes with us?

Dr. Simpson: 

Essential Quotes embodies inspirational quotes and prose that I’ve written over a long period of time. One of my favorites from the book: “If today we fail to recognize the joy then we are sure to live within our failings.”

Norm:

Do you hear from your readers much? What kinds of things do they say?

Dr. Simpson:

Oh, yes I do and they are so incredibly inspiring.  The kinds of things they tell me are what every author, I believe strives for. For me, it’s not what they say, but rather, the fact that they take the time to tell me how what they have read has changed their life in one way or another. My readers are amazing.

Norm:

Whom do you believe will benefit from your books and why?

Dr. Simpson: 

Anyone who has suffered from any kind of affliction in life that has changed their views, their aspirations, their faith or the way they treat others would most definitely benefit from reading my books. I believe in providing tools for introspection and growth – “food for thought” if you will. I believe no one can truly help us better than ourselves and with the right ingredients we grow.

Norm:

If you could switch places with someone famous, who would it be and why?

Dr. Simpson:  

Quite honestly? I would not change places with anyone, including someone famous or not. I believe we all have our purpose and in some way, we are all famous in someone else’s life.

Norm:

Do you feel that writers, regardless of genre owe something to readers, if not, why not, if so, why and what would that be?

Dr. Simpson: 

I believe writers owe their readers profundity and as close to grammatical perfection as possible.

Norm:

Where can our readers find out more about you and your book and what are you upcoming projects?

Dr. Simpson: 

For information on all of my books, upcoming releases and services, please visit my WEBSITE I am currently working on another metaphysical novel entitled, Divination alongside a self-help book entitled, Hardboiled Egg.

Norm:

Is there anything else you wish to add that we have not covered?

Dr. Simpson: 

I wish to thank you for this wonderful interview and a special thank you to your readers.

Norm:

Good luck with all of your future endeavors


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