Karen Frances McCarthy
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Using the immense power of mediumship to heal the heart, progressive Irish medium, published author, and public speaker, Karen Frances McCarthy CSNU, strives to provide comfort in your time of need. She blends the Celtic mysticism of her upbringing with the loving kindness of her Buddhist practice to bring messages of joy, healing, and support from your loved ones in spirit form. She also offers healing mediumship and soul readings to restore harmony and well-being to your body, mind. and spirit. An advocate of the ethical practice and healing potential of mediumship, Karen underwent years of intensive training at the world-renowned Arthur Findlay College in England and holds three awards, Certificates of Recognition, in mediumship, spiritual healing and public speaking from its governing body, the Spiritualist National Union.
An international, progressive medium, published author, and public speaker, Karen grew up steeped in the Celtic mysticism and spiritual traditions of Ireland. As a child, she communicated with spirits. As an adult, her desire to be of service evolved into a passion for social justice and the pursuit of truth, which led her to a career as a major media political journalist and an embedded Iraq war correspondent. A tragic loss became the catalyst that brought her back to spirituality, particularly Eastern philosophy, and working with the mediumistic faculty she's had since childhood.
As an advocate of the ethical practice and healing potential of mediumship, she underwent years of intensive training at the world-renowned Arthur Findlay College in England and holds three awards, Certificates of Recognition, in mediumship, spiritual healing and public speaking from its governing body, the Spiritualist National Union. To further understand the complexities of grief, she obtained a Diploma in Bereavement Counselling from the Institute of Counselling in Scotland. She studied at the Edgar Cayce Center in Virginia and is a teacher and practitioner at its center in New York City.
Karen is passionate about writing for mindfulness and spiritual transformation. Her new book, Till Death Don't Us Part: A True Story of Awakening to Love After Life (White Crow Books, 2020) is a true and transformational story of a former journalist's extraordinary journey from skepticism, through tragedy, to awaken to the knowledge that her dead fiancé is communicating from the hereafter.
She has a keen interest in metaphysics, physics and consciousness theory and hosted the Science and Spiritualism iniative for the SNU international school online. In television, has written and produced documentaries, including producing Alchemy and The Crystal Cave with Deepak Chopra. She continues to write feature articles for Salon, Huffington Post Religion, Beliefnet, among other publications. Her first book The Other Irish was supported by Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs as a cultural outreach effort in Ireland's cross-border peace process. It received considerable media attention and resulted in her being named one of the the top Irish female broadcasters who have made an international impact.
Clients have described her mediumship sessions as: "an extraordinary experience," "very detailed and specific," "powerful," "accurate, thoughtful and wise," and "detailed information that no one else could have known." Her compassionate and detailed sessions are due to her passion about giving voice to those in spirit to bring messages of joy, upliftment and healing to loved ones still here in physical form. She is an advocate for palliative and afterlife education and how we can maintain relationships with those in spirit form in a healthy way. She also offers spiritual guidance and healing mediumship to empower you to resolve physical, mental or emotional issues, regain harmony and manifest the life you desire. Currently, she is a PhD candidate at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK, writing about cultural influences on contemporary ghost literature.