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Loss of a loved one

When we lose someone we love we go through 5 different emotions; Loneliness or isolation, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and then finally Acceptance. Often as we go through these emotions, we start to feel like we our in a downward spiral ourselves. Whether you have found me with intention, or have wandered onto my website by accident, you’re probably searching for a way to deal with the loss of a loved one. Maybe searching for answers or just trying to to get closure.

When someone is a medium, they are able to bridge the physical world and the spiritual world to engage in communication between the two. I am able to do this by using the gift given to me by God, connecting the spirits around you to you. I do this by praying and using all of my senses, sight, hearing, touch, taste, smell, emotions and intuition. In turn this reveals images, personality, and most importantly, messages that we often need communicate on both sides. Even beyond death, there is healing that is needed to be done, as emotions live on, and that healing happens on both sides.

In my work as a Empathic Medium, I am able to tap into the intensity of the feelings of the departed. I will feel what they feel, the ones who have passed, and the ones who I am reading for. Every reading is different, because every soul is unique, with a different set of needs and desires. Each time I give a reading, I don't know what will happen. Each reading is different, just as every individual is different.

I do not consider my self as having any "Magical" abilities. For some reason God has given me this venue and I am able to communicate with the spiritual world. This energy comes from the individuals, not from me. I am only a vessel.

There are so many terms used to describe this type of work: psychic, medium, clairvoyant, clairaudient. clairsentient, empathic medium. It’s amazing how many distinctions can be made about something that is basically undefinable. I am only a guide to help you understand situations and get some closure.

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