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THERE’S ONE IN EVERY CROWD

My brief stage career went absolutely fabulous, thank you, and I didn’t get one heckler. Truth to tell, that was my biggest concern – someone in the audience would give me trouble because s/he didn’t believe in mediumship or spiritualism. Thankfully, I only had one wild-eyed detractor, and he limited his ranting outside St. Vladamir’s Theatre before and after one of my shows.

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WHAT?! I’M A THEATRE STAR??

In my mind, I calmly told spirit, If you want me to do this, fine. And if not, then I’m okay with it. Then they called my name, and I jumped up and screamed. I couldn’t believe I made it!! I was going to be part of the 2016 Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival.

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YOUR HOMEWORK

When Jeanette sat down for our session, I felt nothing. That was odd, because usually I start to feel spirit the moment someone walks into my office – it’s as if my client’s spirit people are so overjoyed that they’ll be connecting with their loved ones on this side of life, they can’t wait to start yammering into my inner ear. But with Jeanette, I felt zilch. What was happening?

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UNDERSTANDING PHYLLIS’S CHILDREN

When Phyllis told me she’d like me to try to reach her children in spirit, I immediately felt a lump in my throat. There’s nothing more heartbreaking for a parent than losing a child. And, being a mother of two, I really feel that sorrow. But I have to put my feelings aside – I’m here to help, not share sadness with my clients. When faced with a distressing situation, I’ve learned it’s best to acknowledge my sitter’s grief.

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THE LAST VISITOR

The call display on Carla’s cell phone showed the hospital was calling. She thumbed the receive icon. “It’s your father,” the nurse said, a hint of sorrow in her voice. “I think you need to come back. And you might want to call your family.” Carla breathed deeply, thanked the nurse, then clicked off. She had spent six hours that afternoon at the hospital, and though her father, Guy – short for Giuseppe – had been conscious and alert, his breathing had been laboured. She considered her huge Italian family: brothers, sisters, cousins, cousins of cousins – too many people for one hospital room. And would anyone be able to reach her brother, Gianni, in time?

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Carolyn Molnar
Toronto Psychic Medium and Spiritual Teacher

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