For over 30 years, I’ve been giving evidential and compassionate psychic and mediumistic messages to clients all over the world. My confident, gracious and gentle presence puts people at ease, and I love when people tell me later how comfortable they felt with me. I understand the importance of how intuition, spirituality and love can help bring closure for those who wish to contact loved ones in spirit.
This website is dedicated to the life and work of my mentor, Reverend Sadie Nickerson and it was written with you in mind. So sit back, and enjoy my stories, pictures and valuable info to help make your life more fulfilling!
"Carolyn, thanks for all you have done. The gift you have is equal to John Edward: it was truly proven this weekend when you gave me a message on Saturday and on Sunday, I received the exact same message from John Edward. What you do represents truth and is guided by spirit. Thank you for accepting your life's purpose, healing others as you go." -- M.P., Milton, Ontario
"Each time you are honest and conduct yourself with honesty, a success force will drive you toward greater success. Each time you lie, even with a little white lie, there are strong forces pushing you toward failure." -- Joseph Sugarman
It was an interesting switch: Me being on the other side of the psychic’s desk (figuratively). For Christmas, my husband gifted me a telephone reading with Victoria Laurie – one of my favourite novelists, and a psychic to boot. One of the reasons I like Victoria’s Abby Cooper, Psychic Eye series is that the main character – a psychic detective – is written realistically, not played for laughs. Plus, the novels are filled with little nuggets of wisdom that explain things like meditation and clairsentience in ways that a reader who’s unfamiliar with the terms will understand.
I was visiting Paletta Lakefront Mansion in Burlington, which is supposedly haunted by the ghost of industrialist Cyrus Birge, the founding director of the Canadian Steel Company. I’d heard Birge, who built the mansion in the early 1900’s was a rough, hard-nosed businessman. When I walked into the room that was his library, I sensed a presence and saw in my mind how the room had been laid out when he had used it as an office. Of course, the books on the shelves now were more recent volumes than the tomes that must’ve lined the shelves more than a century ago.