Beverly Davenport Business/Career Coach Spirit - Haunted Doll or Remote Binding
Beverly Davenport Business/Career Coach Spirit - Haunted Doll or Remote Binding
Beverly Davenport Business/Career Coach Spirit - Haunted Doll or Remote Binding

Beverly Davenport Business/Career Coach Spirit - Haunted Doll or Remote Binding

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Beverly was a business coach for women in her previous life, which just ended four years ago, so she is a brand-new spirit. She has not had any other keepers between her previous life and now, so whoever adopts her will be her first keeper this go around. However, she has done some practice on a few humans since her passing, as she wanted to make sure this is something she could offer her keeper before she is adopted. 

She has helped someone who used to work for Moondance Magick, actually. Some of you may remember Libby. Libby worked here for only about six months. She straight up told us she was having nightmares over all the activity that goes on in our shop with the hundreds of spirits that were in the shop at the time (now it's thousands). She knew she was causing her own nightmares from her own fear, and she fully admitted that. None of our spirits were harming her or even going out of their way to frighten her. Still, she was upfront with us and told us she was seeking something else where she felt more comfortable working. Somewhere without hundreds of spirits hanging out with her. She was with us four more months once she informed us of this until she was able to find a job.

For the first three months that she was actively searching new employment, she was applying for entry-level positions which would have paid her minimum wage or just slightly over. Everyone in the USA knows that you can't survive on minimum wage without some kind of assistance or having a couple roommates to share housing expenses, and since Libby was in her early 50s, she didn't feel she could go back to living the way she did when she was in her 20s by sharing a home with other people. She was newly widowed and used to having her husband's salary to rely on in addition to her part-time job as a greeter at Walmart. 

She had no experience in anything other than basic retail work and she did not have a college degree, so she felt she should only apply to jobs that fit her resume. She was just going to take two jobs to make sure she could pay her bills. At Moondance Magick, she was paid well enough to make it on her own, but she just couldn't tolerate the whole spirit thing. 

Then we discovered Beverly. Beverly overheard the conversation we were having with Libby one day, and decided she needed to work on Libby. Within a month, Libby started to feel more confident and less willing to settle for just anything. She knew that she carried herself well, she was well-spoken, and she had a good personality. She was always smiling and always cordial to customers and co-workers alike. She was intelligent and she knew she could learn almost anything if given the chance to be trained for a position she wasn't exactly qualified to take without that training. 

She started to apply for jobs that had a little more guts to them and figured if called for an interview, she would sell herself rather than focusing on her lack of qualifications. She was hired by the very first company who interviewed her, even though they said she needed more skills in their ad than what she possessed. They paid her well enough to live on her own and not lose her house, and they trained her to take over the position of an administrative assistant who was retiring. That all happened within 3 weeks of Beverly's arrival. She stops by to see Beverly and the rest of us now and then. She looks well and success looks good on her! She says she knows she never would have landed that job without Beverly's help. Beverly not only gave her the confidence and the guts she needed to seek out better employment than what she felt she was qualified for; she gave her the ability to learn the skills rapidly once she was hired. She also gave her the ability to come up with the right words and to be very poised on her face-to-face interview as well as her initial phone interview with the recruiter. 

Beverly died a single woman. She never married and never had children, by choice. She simply did not have any interest in romance, and her career helping women who needed her help was the only thing she wanted to focus on. She had her own company helping women do this until she was 66 years of age. After she retired from her business, she gave some lectures at all-girls' schools and at a couple business schools, but she would only help women, so no boys were allowed to attend her lectures. 

Beverly lived to be 103 years of age! I guess there's something to be said for not having the stresses of a spouse or children! (At least for her). She did get two cats after she retired. Their names were Pebbles and Bam Bam after her favorite cartoon, the Flintstones.  She lived her entire life in the Melbourne, Australia area. Her birthday is August 24, 1915. She still celebrates her birthday to date. To celebrate, she likes to sit under the stars that night and watch for shooting stars or watch the moon as it moves across the sky. If this is not your thing, she will simply leave her vessel that night every year to sit by herself outside. If there is rain, she will celebrate the first night that is clear after her birthday. If you live in a smoggy area or one where there is too much light pollution, she will travel to an area out in the country to see the stars.

Her vessel is very "neat". The previous owner of the vessel noticed that the vessel became haunted just a week or so before bringing her to us. He would have been visiting us sooner if he had lived closer, but he had to come when he would have time to stay overnight somewhere for the drive back the next day. We don't know if it was he who did this or not, but someone went out of their way to give Beverly some large breasts! Her blouse does not even fit over them properly! We left it alone because we weren't sure how they were attached, but of course, you are welcome to do what you wish with her vessel once you adopt Beverly! She said she is not necessarily fond of the breasts, but they don't bother her either. More pictures can be taken upon request. 

Beverly is happy to be remotely bound to any object that is appealing to you. Please send a photo of the object you wish to have her bound at the same time as inquiring about her with your own pic and info, as outlined in our Terms of Service by emailing us.    

Her adoption fee will remain the same whether we send her vessel or conduct a remote binding, as the cost we are required by the "seller" to invest in spirits is usually determined by the spirit value rather than the value of the vessel by at least 80%. (Most people who bring spirits to us do their homework before coming, as they usually have a figure in mind upon arrival). In addition, it takes the time and energy of either Meta or Mya to conduct the remote binding ceremony, which usually takes about 45 minutes to an hour, depending on the spirit and the item to which you are having her spirit bound.

If you opt for remote binding to an object in your home, it is not a lock binding. The spirits we bind remotely are bound in a way that they will be with you and attached to the item you choose as their vessel, but they can leave their vessel anytime they wish and return to it. Most spirits leave their vessels only to follow their keepers somewhere or to visit other friends in the spirit world who are not in your household, but they sometimes have other various reasons for temporarily leaving their vessels. Read each spirit listing for details regarding this.

If a remote binding is done rather than shipping her vessel to you with her attached, the empty doll vessel will be donated, and you will not have any shipping charges to pay. In addition, you'll have Beverly with you a lot faster, especially if you live abroad. Our location is Pennsylvania, USA.

Beverly's favorite offerings are books (novels, DIY, educational, just about anything), window shopping designer clothes and handbags, watching the stars in the sky, makeup, false eyelashes, hair care products, nail polish, emery boards, paper clips, pears, almonds and almond butter, celery and carrot sticks, baked potatoes, grilled or baked chicken breast, tuna, and frozen Greek yogurt. 

 

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