Following great response to her recent live shows, Brisbane psychic medium Julianna Suranyi is guaranteeing clear, real answers to people’s questions every Monday night except public holidays from 7pm at Sottile’s Café at 10 Stewart Road, Ashgrove.
Words including ‘astounding’, ‘amazed’, ‘valuable’, ‘approachable, direct and open’, ‘best psychic reading’ and ‘finally a real psychic’ were used by guests to describe their Julianna Live Psychic Reading experience, their message and their interaction with Ms Suranyi.
Seen on national television shows ‘Today’, ‘The Morning Show’ and ‘The Circle’, Brisbane psychic medium Julianna Suranyi will give psychic readings in person again on Monday 21 and 28 May, 4, 18 and 25 June and through July, guaranteeing that every guest has their question answered.
Unlike other psychic shows where numbers are larger and readings for each person are not guaranteed, Ms Suranyi will allow a maximum of only 40 people to ensure that everyone receives a live psychic reading. Seats are limited, early arrival is recommended.
Posted on Facebook, Jenine Sapoungis from Brisbane said, “I have to thank you for giving me the greatest sense of relief upon hearing your message to me. The detail you provided in your readings was astounding and I feel so grateful that I got a place there last night. I loved that you were so approachable, direct and open to answering any question. You are incredibly generous to be sharing your gift and helping people in this way. Thank you and I'll definitely see you at another live show.”
Also on Facebook, Inez Hanson from Brisbane said, “We really enjoyed the live reading last night and were amazed at the detail you gave with each reading. The question time at the end was also really interesting and valuable. Keep up the great work!”
Ms Suranyi said she strives to deliver the best psychic readings she can by being very clear, direct and specific with her answers. “I am a real psychic but I consider myself a modern day psychic, meaning I give you information that is as clear and actionable as possible and not cloaked in mystery or riddles,” said Ms Suranyi.
Costing $35 per person to attend, the night runs from 7pm to 9.30pm as a private function at Sottile’s Café with time allowed for general questions at the end of the show. Snacks and coffee are available for purchase.