I believe we’re all born with the ability to be mediums, but we forget how as we grow, like losing a language you never speak.
My memory of the beginning of this journey starts at 14, when the mother of a friend gave me Kahlil Gibran’s “The Prophet,” reading it confirmed a philosophy I didn’t even know I had developed. While I was in college studying psychology, I discovered a natural talent for reading people, but the professors wanted scientific reasoning for my correct interpretations and weren’t amused with my response of, “I just know.” When my children were growing up, the one reason I could give them for a “no” that they accepted without argument, was “I have a gut feeling it’s not OK.”
All those little pieces gradually fell into place as I read and read, and eventually started taking classes. I’ve spent the last seven years sitting in circle and studying with James van Praagh, Tony Stockwell, Debs & Paul Rees of Accolade in England, and others.
I always envied those people who just knew what they wanted to be when they grew up, since I didn’t have a clue. It now gives me great joy that not only do I know what I want to do, but I get to do it. And in doing it, I am able to help people find peace, joy and solace in connecting with their loved ones who have passed over.
Our loved one are around us all the time, and a medium provides the conduit for them to remind you of how much they love you. How cool is that!
- By Lynn Yvonne
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