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A Prayer For Healing & Hope🙏🏼

Yesterday was unexpectedly an emotional day for me. As a psychic medium, I get a glimpse of people’s lives and sometimes this proves to be disturbing. A new client had a reading and in session, I saw that she had lost a pregnancy (a daughter) at the hands of an abusive ex-husband. It was all I could do to contain myself. I broke down crying, then my heart filled with anger. Then I saw the daughter in spirit, beautiful and resplendent feeling not a shred of anger towards her father. My heart still ached for her mother who sat in front of me sobbing. I had to find her a prayer to recite so she could start to heal from this horrible abuse and loss. I found the prayer above and gave a copy of it to her. I sincerely hope that it brings some comfort to her.


Yesterday I met with a young lady who has been a client of mine for several years. She was diagnosed with a brain tumor a few years ago and since then has made a recovery that is not short of miraculous. I saw this giant angel and her mother with her that has helped her in her recovery process. Although I believe that all of us have an angelic connection I do not see angels with all my clients. So when I do, it is a very special thing. This extraordinary angel had his right arm extended up where I could see he was receiving Divine healing energy from God and his left arm extended towards my client where the energy was being sent. I felt this was the reason her doctors said her recovery was a miracle.  May God, her mother and her special angel continue to send her healing energy!! 👼🏻❤️👼🏻❤️👼🏻❤️


Lately I’ve had many readings where clients have been very broken-hearted over the loss of a loved one or a broken relationship. I came across this prayer that really nailed it. I hope that it helps help those of you who are going to a very difficult time.



It is staggering the number of people who I have read for who have lost a loved one over the past 22 years. The insight  I have gained as a medium is secondary to the understanding I have gained about grief and loss. If there is anything that I have learned it’s that everyone grieves differently. And those who are placed in a a position to help such individuals, be it family or friends, must understand this truth. Well intended people may think that they know best when attempting to help a person who has recently lost a loved one. Well intentioned but misguided friends may want to show them a good time or even suggest support groups to help alleviate the grief. But in all honesty, if the individual is not ready to receive the help, it will only further alienate the individual. Never force the person to do something they are not emotionally ready for, no matter how strongly you believe it will help them.

Allow people to grieve in the manner they see fit. Give them their space. Of course if you suspect that the individual is severely depressed or suicidal, then it is best to involve close and trusted family members to help support him or her by suggesting they receive professional help. The passing of time offers it’s own healing. For those who have suffered the loss of a significant person in their lives, time will never fill the void, but it will allow for it to soften the emotional impact of the loss. The best that you can do is support them in whatever manner they will accept. Give them a chance to heal at their own pace and in their own time frame with the love, care and concern of family and friends.