The first psychic experience that I can recall in this lifetime took place at the age of five. It was in a classroom, that I saw my Kindergarten teacher’s father standing next to her on the first day of school. I told my new teacher that a man was standing next to her and that he was saying everything is OK. I did not realize who the man was at the time and before my teacher could respond, we were interrupted by the School Principal.
My new teacher hurriedly left the room after speaking briefly with the Principal. She did not return to the classroom for approximately 2 weeks. The next day, a substitute teacher explained that our regular teacher would be away for a time as her father had unexpectedly passed away the day before.
The next 30 years were full of such similar experiences comprised of mediumship and psychic nuances. In my early 40s, I decided to begin refining my natural gift of psychic awareness and spirit communications by enrolling at The Arthur Findlay College in London, the number one metaphysical college in the world.
This commitment came after researching – on my own – anything and everything I could get my hands on. I coupled my research with a lot of travel, trying to figure out this “gift” of being able to speak with people who have passed beyond the material plane. I wanted to know how to use it correctly to help others without harming.
At The Arthur Findlay College, I found the answers to so many of the questions I had been seeking. My first visit to England was literally and figuratively mind blowing. I came to realize the full dimension of the gifts I have been blessed with… and others saw it too.
I was raw and untutored, unaware of all the different areas of awareness that one can explore and cultivate. Some people have to work very hard to make progress and others are like an uncut diamond, full of light just waiting to be released. I definitely was a stand out, not realizing that I was immersed in classes with other far more experienced mediums from around the world.
First of all, I was a bit overwhelmed and relieved to discover that I was “normal,” in that there are others who can pierce the veil… there was nothing “wrong” with me. I was just a medium, a psychic person. Like so many people who don’t have a name for their capabilities, or who are not so fortunate as to be able to explore their talents, I realized what it is be comfortable “outside of the box.”
I now “fit” within this special box and it feels wonderful to understand that the metaphysical life I had been existing in since childhood was a safe place to “live.” At Findlay College, they teach students to read people with our eyes closed, so you learn to manifest a link between the spirit world and your client without “knowing” anything about them, including what they look like. This way, you are not reading their body language, eye movement or other subtle verbiage.
It truly blew my mind (the judge that chatters continuously) that I had no trouble excelling at the many tasks they teach. I was at home among my “peers” for the first time in my life. Now, I continue to further my experiential knowledge and training at The Arthur Findlay College, returning there each year. And, I continue to extend myself in order to be the best that I can.
Time spent studying and working to attain subtle new levels of awareness makes me more capable of serving my clients. I assist in healing their sense of loss by providing a bridge of knowledge to confirm that their loved ones are safe and settled in a beautiful, new existence of their own. And yet they remain available, free to visit when they wish to or as they are called upon by mediums to help in healing or solving problems here in the material world.
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