Renate Gruenberger - Psychic Readings

About Me

My first name Renate
was already like a promise; it means „reborn“, and it makes a lot of sense to me.

I always loved people
and was never shy to approach them. Somehow I could always feel what they were feeling and responded to that what caused surprises almost all the time. Certainly they could feel my feelings too I thought. Growing up I found out that this was not the case. However it has always helped me to respond to people carefully and with understanding (I hope).

At one point in my life
I decided to research this more and learned to read Tarot cards. I quickly discovered that this was my passion and it still is. In the meantime it became a profession with the hope to help as many people as possible out of “feeling stuck” and give them a new turn in their life. With the addition of becoming a Reiki Master and teacher it works even better.

After all was complete and my small business running
I learned from my mother that my aunt in Ostpreussen used to be a psychic using the French cards. That was so very amazing to me. I followed a family tradition and didn`t know it.

I consider myself to be a very down to earth person
and I am an absolute morning person getting up around 5 o’clock every morning. But it also means that I am going to bed earlier than normal people. Around 9 the latest, mostly around 8 still watching TV a bit or reading a book.

My life is packed with exciting and different experiences,
I have lived in Japan for 5 years, helped to raise my deceased husbands 2 children. My biography would have 5 continuations or more (how can someone squeeze their life into 300 pages?).

I love languages and people all over the world and cats of all sizes.
Living in Japan has started my interest in Asian philosophy, and I love Traditional Chinese Medicine with their approach to look at the whole person, his life, his work, his friends, how they sleep, what they eat. Reiki coming from Japan was a logical consequence for me, it also works that way.

Another hobby from my past has surfaced strongly now, I love Opera, especially Verdi. The music of La Traviata has helped me through hard times and made me feel healed again.