Where My Journey Began

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My journey began as a kid, I didn’t know it at the time what I was doing and wouldn’t understand what I was doing until 2010. I would always tell people that I had dreams and they came true or that I would know things without being told. I would hear people say oh, you’re psychic but I didn’t really put much thought into this. I just thought everyone could do what I did. I thought everyone had dreams and they came true or they could hear things or know things or see things the way that I did. But, in 2010, I found out that not everyone is the same.

Don’t get me wrong, we are all intuitive and we all have psychic abilities but not everyone is a medium and not everyone embraces their gifts. That doesn’t mean that I didn’t need to develop anything. I did have to develop my gifts, some of it was easy and some of it, well, it’s work. If you have a gift that just comes naturally to you, it’s easier to develop farther but when it’s one of your weaker spots you must work at it.

What happened in 2010? I will need to tell you a little about what happened in 2009 first, I began doing paranormal investigations and the location that I was at for the first time was quite interesting and basically opened the door to what would come next. I was investigating the old Blackford County hospital for the first time with a group out of Indy. My husband and I met them when we talked to them on our podcast that we had at the time. They invited us to go with them if they ever went to a public location. That call would come in November of 09. As we walked through the building, I was very calm, very open minded about what I would experience and just let whatever information came to me flow. I took note of things and kept moving. What I felt was my heart dropping to the floor, I knew that in 6 months something was going to happen, and this was connected to my family, I also could see an image of a little boy under the age of 1. This happened just while walking down a hallway. (There were other things that happened but I won’t go into this since I am writing a book and this location will be in there) After leaving this location there were other things that started to happen, I would know when someone was going to pass, I didn’t know the name only that we would be posting up an obituary (we do the funeral home’s website, my husband is a web designer). After a time, I did find out that it was a guide who wanted my attention. So, as I learned to cope with this new skill I was learning about guides, how to connect to them and other things too. I had always been fascinated with this as a kid. My mom never discouraged me from reading anything and everything that I wanted to read. Fast forward to May of 2010 we are heading back to the hospital and I knew something was going to happen before the end of the month. The investigation was quite interesting, and it is a night I won’t forget. Again, there are things that I won’t talk about here in this format. A name was picked up and that name was Michael, I didn’t understand it at the time but the next day I got a call saying he had passed. The connections, he is my cousin, he had a son under the age of 1 and it was 6 months later. It was that moment that I had to realize I was different than others and that not only was a psychic, but I was a medium.

It took time to get used to that but when I did, I embraced it and never looked back. I have connected to spirits from this very spot many times, I have had spirits to stand next to my bed to say goodbye or to say “Hey”. Do I fear this? No, not at all. The drumming and someone passing, at the time yes, I didn’t understand what was going on, but when I did, I have never feared that since. I know someone is being called home.

The above isn’t the only experiences that I have had, I have had them my whole life but as I said I just thought everyone was the same so saying that they needed to call home or anything else like this was very normal to me and I didn’t feel different or that I would be judged. Although looking back now at the reactions that I got, I realize they couldn’t do what I do.

If you find that you are different than others or you want to take the next step and embrace who you are, do it if you feel this is your calling, you won’t regret it. It’s not easy to walk this path. There are some who will think you’re weird (some of my family thinks this), you might lose friends (if they are a true friend, they will support you) or even family.

For me, personally I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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22 Comments

  1. Kristine

    I’m glad you have embraced this gift and I am sure your abilities have helped many families and friends in grief. Thank you for sharing your story

    1. admin

      I’m happy that I did too. You’re welcome and thank you for reading my post.

  2. Britt K

    This was really fascinating to read, I have always been intrigued by people’s stories and experiences. I’m glad that you are able to embrace your gift and see the positive side rather than fighting it.

    1. admin

      Thank you. I enjoy reading the same. I am really happy with that as well.

  3. Marisabel Park

    Thanks for sharing your story and how you embrace your gift.

    1. admin

      Thank you for reading. =)

  4. Nancy

    That is a very interesting story. Thanks for sharing !

    1. admin

      Thank you so much for reading.

  5. Nilakshi

    I really love how you embrace your gift. This is always great to read real inspirational stories. Thank you so much for sharing.

    1. admin

      Thank you! yes, that’s what inspires me too.

  6. Cristina Petrini

    Your story moved me, but also and above all for how you wanted to make your gift available to help others. You are precious.

    1. admin

      Thank you, yes, helping others is something that has always been important to me.

  7. Windy

    So glad you are embracing your gifts and telling your story.

    1. admin

      Thank you!! I am happy I am doing that also. =)

  8. Stephanie

    This is such an interesting read. I’m glad that you are able to embrace your gift and see the positive side rather than fighting it.

    – Stephanie | http://www.snippykit.com

    1. admin

      Thank you so much. I am happy I was able to as well. It has been a blessing to help others.

  9. rosemary | a hint of rosemary

    Thank you for sharing your very personal story. I find it fascinating and especially love it when those with your special gift are able to help people through difficult times.

    1. admin

      you’re welcome, thank you for reading. Yes, me too.

  10. Olufunke

    You are brave and strong to have embraced your gift. Especially knowing fully well that some might not accept you for who you are. I’m really happy for you.

    1. admin

      thank you. Yes, this is true, I have learned that we all have someone who doesn’t approve of something we do or say and I think it’s important to stand up for what we believe and what we follow. Thank you.

  11. Natalie

    Very interesting read! Glad you embraced your gift and utilize it as you can.

    1. admin

      thank you. I am as well, I have never looked back. =)

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