Welcome to my exciting new blog. 

This blog will be all about Mediumship and Healing.

So often people ask about my “Special Gift”.

Honestly, I don’t call it my “Special Gift”.  I truly believe we all have the ability or “Special Gift” as you may call it.

 

I truly believe, we as young children see spirit very clearly, but as we get older we get influenced by the adults in our lives.

Have you ever had your baby monitor on and could hear your child as if they were talking or playing with someone? 

Yes, children have great imaginations, but what if I told you that those imaginary friends could be a loved one who has passed visiting? 

The sad part is, as we get older we become more cynical about disbeliefs of unknown things, that our abilities, or “Special Gift”, disappears or we ignore them.

Lets’ face it.  It can be a mean world out there. Who as a young person want to be looked at as different?

As we get older, and we carry on into our adult lives, something tragic that happens to us, whether it be the loss of a loved one, an accident, or something else, we have what I call, “A Spiritual Reawakening”.

 

For me, my Spiritual Reawakening was a car accident that I had on May 22, 2002 and even though at the time I never knew this, I am forever grateful.  Everything happens for a reason.

At that point, I still kept it to myself.  I found a Mediumship Development Group in my area and reached out.  I always told my husband and son I was going to yoga, (LOL) because I didn’t want to be made fun of or looked at as crazy or weird.  After a couple of years of this, I finally felt that it was time to “Come Out of The Closet”, sort of speak.  I sat my husband and son down and told them what I was doing.

To this day, I will never forget their reply… Mom, if you are happy, we are happy. 

From that day forward, I felt as if I was free to be myself and help so many people.  This was the best gift I have ever been given.

I hope you enjoyed the beginning of this new journey with my blog as I am looking forward to what’s to come.

Thank you for taking your time. xoxo