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Mediums To The Rescue

Get a FREE psychic reading right now at PsychicAccess.comSometimes when people pass over to Spirit, they are taken by surprise and aren’t sure where they are or how they got there. These individuals find themselves stuck in their own environment unable to progress, and wondering where everyone else has gone.

How do people get unstuck and move forward? Well, that’s where rescue work comes in! Some of the most rewarding experiences in my mediumship career have occurred during the rescue sessions that I have been privileged to attend.

Once every month, a group of us would sit in a meditation circle and, with the aid of a facilitator, we would start the rescue process.  After sitting quietly for a few minutes, one of us would ‘take on the persona’ of someone who needed assistance in crossing over and getting to the light.

We cannot hold a torch to light another’s path without brightening our own ~ Ben Sweetland

There are several sessions that stand out in my mind, even after all these years. The first was a young woman about 35 years of age. She was sitting on her kitchen counter in Indiana, wondering where the rest of her family had gone. We discovered that they had all been killed in a car accident and only she had returned home to search for everyone. The facilitator encouraged her to look to the light, reach for their outstretched hands and join her husband and two children.

Another time, I took on the persona of a little boy about six years old. He was hiding under one end of his bed, which was on an angle forming a tent over him. He had perished in a house fire in Nebraska and couldn’t find his parents. He was told to look to the light and reach for his mother’s hand.

An unusual case was a young WWII soldier who had been killed in combat, but refused to leave his post. The facilitator gave him a direct order to look to the light and report to his commanding officer.

Dare to reach out your hand into the darkness, to pull another hand into the light ~ Norman B. Rice

One of the most humorous situations was the case of a rather rotund gentleman whose home was in the Ozark Mountains. He was sitting in a rocking chair on his porch with his hands clasped over his rather ample tummy and a big grin on his face. Out of the blue, as I assumed his persona, he started to chuckle. The laughter grew louder until he was totally delirious with joy. It turned out that he was completely inebriated. The facilitator had him look to the light and join his former drinking buddy.

These are just a few of the satisfying outcomes that I can remember. It’s a wonderful feeling to know that we were able to support those in spirit in their quest to move forward, after leaving the earth plane under frightening circumstances.

About The Author: Monica

"What you think about, you bring about; what you believe, you become." This is Monica's philosophy, derived from her twenty-five years of experience as a Clairvoyant, Light Worker and Medium, living in Ontario, Canada. Monica has been a guest speaker at various Spiritualist churches, conveying Spirit greetings and messages from loved ones during Sunday services, All Mediums Nights, Healing Services, Meditation Services and special fundraising events. She's been an advisor to several international business leaders and connects with all of her clients on a level of love light and empathy. She delivers messages containing ideal outcomes and positive solutions with the help of her guides. If you'd like Monica to help shape your destiny, you can find her at

One Response to Mediums To The Rescue

  • It’s wonderful to read about dedication to rescue work. We need more of it. And so few of us realize its importance. I do rescue work consciously and often spontaneously in dreams. And I believe nearly all of us rescue in dreams no matter what level of conscious psychic abilities we display. What I love about rescue work is how surprising it is. Situations and their solutions are never what I expected. Solutions happen out of nowhere, as though on automatic. Another surprising factor of rescue work for the departed is how corny it can be! So unlike my own thought process, beliefs or expectations. All to say, bravo and keep going!


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