Melinda Mae Miller
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If you had told me when I was three that my invisible friends were spirit people I would have thought you were a weirdo.
I’ve been connected to the spirit world for as long as I can remember. It was around age eight, though, that I realized I was different. I wasn’t exactly a mainstream kid to start with–seeing and hearing things other people don’t see and hear just made me that much odder. So I kept it to myself.
I have spent most of my life pretending my mediumship doesn’t exist, but after my grandmother died it became so strong it couldn’t be ignored. I began taking classes to learn how to control it.
My quest to learn sent me to New Orleans, and, eventually, to Arthur Findlay College in Stansted, UK (the REAL Hogwarts!). I have studied with some of the best mediums in the world–John Holland (author and Discovery Channel personality), Janet Nohavec (nun-turned-Spiritualist-minister, author and teacher), Eileen Davies (trans-medium and director of Kingswell House, the center of physical mediumship development in the UK), Matthew Smith (renowned medium and coach)…and so many more–and more to come! I’ve had a “Harvard-level” education in mediumship development.
Not all mediums choose to share their mediumship by serving clients, but I do. Mediumship, for me, is a way to help facilitate the healing of grief and the sharing of love. I consider my ability to connect people to their loved ones in spirit a gift and a responsibility that I take very seriously.
My goal is for every client I serve to finish their reading feeling uplifted by the loving energy of their spirit family and knowing, without a doubt, they have experienced a true connection.
It’s the reason I exist.
I offer readings in-person, and via Skype or Facebook video chat