The woman also claims to be a clairvoyant. I suggest that you stay away from something like that.
It is true that there are people with the gift of what is called clairvoyancy. There is a gift that is given by God, but it is not a gift that is for sale. It is sinful to attempt to use the gift that someone possesses to try and control one’s future. This was the sin of king Saul who preceded David as king of Israel.
It is not a sin to have the knowledge that is given by God. However it is sinful to use that knowledge for profit.
There have been times when I have been given the gift. On one of those occasions I had no idea that what I wrote was going to be so accurate to the point that my grandmother who was near 99 at the time was about to die. Not only did I receive the knowledge of her impending death, I was given a gift of Scripture to keep and cherish at the same time. It was roughly two months later that I was given a further gift of knowledge concerning a situation that had developed on the international scene. That knowledge was an occasion for joy for me personally, and what I learned has been fulfilled, as the East Timorese have been allowed to rebuild their lives.
I could go as far as saying that even as I mourn for my sister, who died suddenly, I knew that it was probable that she would be the next family member to die, but I had no idea that it would be so soon or so quick.
The kind of knowledge that I am describing is a gift from God and I no longer fear the source of that knowledge, neither do I fear those thoughts when they come to me. However, a person who claims to be a clairvoyant for profit is using something that has more than likely come from an opposite source. That kind of thing must be avoided at all costs. It is sinful to follow up with a clairvoyant.