Have any of you guys been to a medium?

A “medium” is defined as a person claiming to be in contact with the spirits of the dead and communicate between the dead and the living.

It’s been on my mind the last four years. I don’t think it can hurt and might make me feel good about the experience. What was your experience if you did go to one? Did you go in person or was it by phone or skype? How did you choose the one you went to? Do you think it’s all BS mumbo jumbo?

I am not sure my husband would be into this although if I asked him, he would go.

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Anne Moss Rogers

I am an emotionally naked TEDx speaker, and author of the Book, Diary of a Broken Mind and co-author with Kim O'Brien PhD, LICSW of Emotionally Naked: A Teacher's Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk. I raised two boys, Richard and Charles, and lost my younger son, Charles to substance use disorder and suicide on June 5, 2015. I help people foster a culture of connection to prevent suicide, reduce substance misuse and find life after loss. My motivational, training and workshop topics include suicide prevention, addiction, mental illness, coping strategies/resilience, and grief. As talented and funny as Charles was, letting other people know they matter was his greatest gift. And now the legacy I try and carry forward in my son's memory. Professional Speaker Website. Trained in ASIST and trainer for the evidence-based 4-hour training for everyone called safeTALK.

18 thoughts on “Have any of you guys been to a medium?”

  1. I saw a medium 15 years after I lost my husband to suicide. I wish I had done it much sooner, but maybe I wasn’t quite ready to hear his messages until then. The messages changed my life! While I didn’t get answers to many of my questions, I was reminded about how much he loved me and our children and how sorry he was for leaving us as he did. The best part was that he said that the next time he takes on the challenges he failed in this lifetime he knows he will be successful because he was able to see how I was able to raise our children in his absence. My strength and courage were such an inspiration to him.
    Another huge lesson for me is that he really IS always with us. I get signs frequently now that I know how to listen.
    I would caution folks to be sure to visit someone who is recommended by people who are in the know as I am sure there are many fakes out there. But if you can find a good one, go for it. They will only give you messages that are for your highest good. Be open to the experience and be sure to record the session. I wish I had!
    Ellen

  2. I’ve seen several since my daughter died. It was very comforting (after getting over the shock of it). You don’t need to see a medium in person- they all say it works just as well over the phone. The most details came from Ana Raimondi who is booked over a year in advance but who has a Facebook cancellation page which is how I got in. It’s an eye opener, knowing that there is an afterlife. I’ve received so many signs.

  3. I, too, am anxious to read others experiences with mediums. I’m thinking it might be a good thing for my sister to do. Not right now….but a little further down the road. I think it might bring her some peace. Thanks, Anne Moss.

  4. Please go, and tell us all about it. I’ve done it a few times and have mixed results. It’s compelling enough to keep me trying.

  5. Dearest Anne,

    This is Jana, Blake Pearce’s Mom. We found a wonderful Medium through another family who lost their son to an overdose. Her name is Sherrie Dillard. She is the real deal. When she tells us something Blake is saying, it sounds just like him. She has brought my daughter and I so much comfort and peace that Blake is free and thriving in heaven. She writes wonderful books also. Her website is : SherrieDillard.com. Alexandra and I go to see her in person. She is located in Durham, NC. She asked me one time if Blake has a friend there that he would be making music with and I said, yes his name is Charles Rogers. 🙏🙏 God Bless

  6. I cannot recommend anyone, but my late sister-in-law talked to one on Long Island, several times, to connect with her parents. It brought her much peace. I would love to talk to Whitten, in any way possible.

  7. A friend of mine went to Lily Dale in NY and shared her experience with me. She said it was accurate to the tiny details that a person could not have known without knowing her loved one. There was no way to “google” or get the information the medium shared. She said she left feeling a sense of connection and with answers she had longed to hear spoken.

  8. There are absolutely people who are able to communicate through the veil, some better than others. Often they merely validate what a person has been sensing themselves, but sometimes are able to share specific messages. Its also a state of being that can be cultivated in those who wish to do so. I personally ‘hear’ and ‘see’ pets that have passed, but not people. When I worked for a local metaphysical store they had a visiting author who gave readings. I had one and she communicated messages from my grandparents and my aunt who had passed, not so much for me but as information to relay to my mother. Unfortunately my mom was not and still isn’t able to accept the nature of this communication. An open heart and mind are somewhat of a prerequisite.
    I can say that the people I’ve known who have reached out through mediums who are practiced at channeling those who have passed over have had positive experiences for which they were very grateful.

  9. Thanks for putting this out to your audience. I would love to hear about the experiences of others with this. I know of one person who had a good experience and there were a lot of reasons it was believable. I actually reached out to the person she saw and that person was going to be having surgery and not seeing anyone for several months. I have never followed up.

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