The life of a medium isn’t about fame, celebrity clients, or social media likes.
Being a medium is about compassion, respect...honouring the journey that WE WILL ALL TAKE one day.
Being a medium isn’t about being trendy or cool, or being like the latest buzzword or tv show.
Being a medium is about listening and hearing people’s fears, apprehensions, and concerns as they or someone they love approaches death.
Being a medium is about informing, educating, and comforting people about the journey their loved one will experience, is experiencing, or did experience their transition from physical back to spiritual form.
Being a medium is about sitting with someone, holding space, and being a lighthouse during one of the saddest and greatest storms of their life...
Being a medium IS NOT about religion, religious beliefs, or doctrines. It is about the natural experience and transition from one part of who we are, into the other expression we are, that society doesn’t talk about or discuss much.
Being a medium gives me an opportunity to help, heal, and ease someone’s sadness over a loved one passing, and I take that responsibility very seriously.
For me, being a medium is about being there for others in the moment you ask the questions about what for most is the biggest, scarest, most misunderstood topic in life… What happens when we die?