The ‘Long Island Medium’ and Charleston Mediums Share What It Is Like to Talk to The Dead
“Everything in the spirit world is love.”
I’m always grateful for the opportunity to help people understand what mediumship is…and what it isn’t. So when reporter Kalyn Oyer of the Charleston Post & Courier, contacted me and asked if I’d be part of the article she was doing featuring the Long Island Medium, Teresa Caputo, I was onboard. Kalyn spoke to three mediums to get our perspective on what we do, and just like all people are different, every medium is different. We all have our own personalities and our own way of working, but all three of the mediums in the article have something in common; our work has taught us “there is nothing but joy, love, and forgiveness resonating from the spirits who have passed on.”
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As an intuitive medium, one of my greatest joys is in helping people understand mediumship, so when people ask me questions, I’m excited to share what I’ve learned through my own experiences. My goal is not to persuade people to believe what I believe, but only to offer a new perspective; one that feeds your curiosity, discredits the fear-based myths and helps people understand their own experiences.
Events + Classes
My classes offer another great way to feed your curiosity & understand your own experiences & ability. The Charleston-based Awaken Your Ability Class; An Introduction to Mediumship is offered three times a year, and I’m excited to announce the coming of the same class to be offered online. Keep an eye out for its early 2020 launch!
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