Susanne Wilson, AREI Director of Mediumship Research and Education, has a BA in management with an HR concentration, MA in public administration, and certification as a senior professional in human resources (SPHR). She has been a manager of compensation and benefits in a company, vice president of a company, founder and administrative director of the Center for Leadership and Innovation at Florida Gulf Coast University, analyst in the small business development center, and administrative manager of the Stanford University Medical Center. She is a member of the International Association of Reiki Professionals and is a Usui Reiki Master Teacher.
In 2007, Susanne had an allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis. She found herself surrounded by white light and heard beautiful spirit music that washed waves of peace through her. While in this wonderful state, she felt the arms of her grandfather enfolding her. She heard a voice say that she had to go back and start her work. Her near-death experience changed her life. As she wrote, “I found my calling.”
This session has something for everyone who is interested in good evidential mediumship and promoting high standards. Susanne will explain and demonstrate evidential mediumship.
An evidential medium is a mental medium who has developed the facility to receive and articulate details from the deceased: for example, personality; mannerisms; significant dates, places or objects; names or initials; and happy private memories.This evidence affirms that consciousness survives physical death.
Susanne will clarify that mediumship is a triadic communication, meaning that the energies of the deceased, the medium, and the sitter each take responsibility for the reading’s level of success. It is the spirit who is responsible to control which evidence is presented. The medium is responsible to relay the evidence in the clearest possible detail. The sitter’s role is to release preconceived notions about what the deceased “should say” and allow the reading to unfold naturally.
Although no one is guaranteed a message, please listen closely. As Susanne says, “You may find a golden gem in a message to someone else that really touches your heart.”