**TRIGGER WARNING** This episode covers sensitive subject matter and is not suitable for all listeners. If this topic could be a trigger for you, listen to this episode with a friend, a sibling, a loved one or a parent so you can talk about any emotions that come up for you. The contents of this episode are not intended to replace therapy and should not be taken as such. If you need immediate help, please call the crisis hotline listed below in our resources.

Have you ever wondered what grief and loss looks like through the eyes of someone who can get in touch with the other side? Is it as sad for them, as painful, as hard?

My guest Deborah Hanlon joins me on the podcast for this episode, where we talk all about what death and grief is like through the eyes of a medium.

Deborah was born in Brooklyn, NY, and is a mother of three boys. Deborah attributes most of her ability to events early on in her life, mainly the illness and death of her four-year-old brother, Christopher, when she was only three.  

Deborah believes that it was because she was so young and still so open that she knew very early on that her brother did not “die” as everyone else saw it. Somewhere in her little mind and heart she knew Christopher was always still around.

It was this event that made her question reality, death, life, religion and physics from a very young age. At age 12, after reading an article about an unborn baby in Time magazine, information regarding life and the nature of time was suddenly revealed to her.  She spoke of the past, present and future as being “One” – that essentially there was “no time”, other than that created in our minds. 

Listen in as we talk about:

  • Defining mediumship 
  • Understanding what a medium is
  • How Deborah realized she was a medium and was able to communicate messages
  • Grief as it relates to life and loss
  • How we all have medium capabilities within us

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