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Solar Eclipse, So What

The eclipse is a beautiful and natural event in space. But could this eclipse mean anything to you personally?

Spirit guides say YES! This is a time of great possibilities, but because you have free will, you must choose whether to take advantage of the opportunity.

Many spirit guides are saying that the next 72 hours following the eclipse present an open portal or spiritual window for the betterment of humankind. With all the free-floating cosmic energies, each person on Earth now has the opportunity to align his or her personality with the soul’s purpose. And then we can manifest our wishes here on Earth.

Your spirit guides know how to leverage all the newly charged energies of the cosmos to help you release negative relationships, habits, and self-beliefs that don’t line-up with who you truly are as a soul.

Some people will feel so strongly about a new beginning that they will change their names. But for most people, the realignment will be more subtle yet still powerful. They may quit negative habits and “old friends” who hold them back.

“To thine own self be true.” That is your spirit guides’ affirmation for you. Anything you wish to change positively about your thoughts, words, and actions;  now is the right time.

Talk to your spiritual team. Say “hello” to your guides. Tell your guides that you are ready to be exactly who you are as a soul: unlimited, eternal, successful, loving, and beloved.

Susanne Wilson is an evidential medium, spiritual teacher, and author of Soul Smart: What The Dead Teach Us About Spirit Communication.



Angels Among Us

“Six hundred dollars a month?!” the woman gasped, explaining that she had no health insurance. “But why is the prescription so expensive?”

The doctor replied, “It’s because you have an antibiotic-resistant infection,” meaning she needed a special type of antibiotic: an expensive one.

“But what will happen if I don’t take the medicine?” she asked. As I was sitting in the next room, waiting for the doctor to see me in the Urgent-Care Center, I could hear every word of the conversation. My heart broke. I held my breath as the doctor in haled a big breath before answering the distraught woman.

“If you don’t take the medication, you could end up needing I.V. treatment. Or you might die from systemic infection if it spreads.”

Immediately I began praying. I asked for warrior angels of light to help. I heard the woman groan.

The doctor said he would “check on something” then I heard his footsteps in the hallway; but he walked right the room I was sitting in. He was headed towards the Urgent-Care Center’s administration office.

angelI took a big breath in and out. Then prayed louder. In my mind. We need angels here, Dear Creator. Please!

A moment later, the doctor returned with unexpected news. “I put in a call to the company that makes the drug. It looks like they will give you the antibiotic for free,” he said.

It was quiet for just a beat.  “Thank you, doctor,” the woman choked back a sob. “I am going to be okay. You really are an angel.”

If you have the opportunity to be someone’s “angel” on Earth, take it. As the saying goes, we are all just walking each other home!

Susanne Wilson is a medium, spiritual teacher, and author of Soul Smart: What The Dead Teach Us About Spirit Communication. Based in Carefree, Arizona, Susanne is known as the Carefree Medium.

“Dead” Isn’t a Four-Letter Word

Our loved ones in spirit already perfectly know our hearts, and thus there is no need to ever mince words.

Recently, my new book Soul Smart has received some criticism from a few readers who take offense at my use of the words “dead” and “death” throughout the book.

The vast majority of readers say they enjoyed the book and in fact, they had great results using its methods to connect. But there are detractors because of the use of the words “dead” and “death”. One woman referred to me saying that I “surely must be a vile person”. Another counted how many times the word “dead” was used in my book, as though penalties were about to be assessed. I empathize with all my heart. Those who are deeply grieving will indeed likely have difficulty using the word “dead” and I deeply respect the word choices of the individuals. I’m all about compassion! I have, by now, worked with a thousand or more grieving people. Often volunteering, I have given freely of my time and resources to the grieving, even when I had little for myself.

Frankly, I would have used the softer “loved ones in spirit” more often were it strictly up to me.

But my spiritual team of guides, angels, and loved ones insisted that I not shy away from the words “dead” and “death.” I asked why. Here goes! The more we can bring ourselves to say “dead” and “death”, the more we bear witness that death is nothing to be fearful or ashamed about. We can continue to live in the presence of our loved ones, not as scary ghosts but as our beloved family members who no longer have their physical bodies.

There actually is death; that is the reality. However, only the physicality of a person dies. Fortunately, as it turns out, the body is the least important part of us after we are returned to Heavenly home!

Words have power because of the emotions that our words carry. And we can choose the emotion with the words we say. The spirit world asserts that the more we fear and refuse to speak of death, the less we can accomplish on Earth. Fear and shame limit the progress of our souls’ growth.

My spiritual team insisted that I do my part, however small, to help erradicate our Earthly shame, fear, and dread over death and dying. If we say the words more, my team asserts, fear will morph into peace that surpasses all understanding. The truth is this: only our physical bodies will ever experience death. We exist forever!

This is not to make light of grief, but to bring The Light to heal our grief.

We can BEGIN to heal our dread and shame around death and dying, and now live fully, fearlessly, and joyfully while we are still here on Earth.

Don’t shoot the messenger!

Susanne Wilson is an evidential medium, spiritual teacher, and author of Soul Smart: What The Dead Teach Us About Spirit Communication. Susanne is known as the Carefree Medium. She is based in Carefree, Arizona near Phoenix and Scottsdale.

Where Was the Guardian Angel?

People often ask me, where was the guardian angel when a person they love, and especially a child, was killed?  Why didn’t the guardian angel save them?

Here is my own guardian angel’s answer! Her name is “Mariella.”

Mariella used a car accident as an example. Most of us have heard of someone who had a horrific car accident and walked away from it with not more than a scratch. People will say, “Your guardian angel was with you that day.” The reality is that your guardian angel is always with you, from birth until death and between lives.

Someone who walks away from a horrific car accident was spared because it wasn’t time for an exit point in the life plan. And most life plans have about three potential exit-points or deaths built into the plan. If the car accident doesn’t coincide with an exit point, and if an injury wouldn’t be in service to that soul’s growth or to the growth of someone in that person’s life, then the guardian angel’s job is to “wrap arms” around the person and cushion his body from harm.

angelBut what is the guardian angel’s job if the person is meant to die in the car accident?

Mariella explains that, in this case, the guardian angel would “wrap arms” around the person and take away all pain and fear, and help the soul slip from the body, so that person’s soul could then meet a beloved person or pet and cross over.

Remember that death itself is NOT painful, but pleasurable! It is a wonderful experience of light. All of our loved ones in spirit are happy, healthy, and whole.

You are cherished more than you can imagine.

And no one you love is ever really lost!

Soul Smart: What The Dead Teach Us About Spirit Communication

bookCommunication between the living and the dead is natural but still it is not easy. This book will help.

This is your backstage pass to find out what your beloved dead really need from you to make communication work between you. You can learn what it’s really like in the heavenly country where there is no sickness and no death.

In this book, the dead speak in their own words about what it’s like to communicate with the living. They tell us exactly how they do it. They work very hard at it.

For example, did you know that the dead community uses remote control devices to fuse their energy with a bird, dragonfly, or butterfly? They do this so they can send their beloved living people signs: “I continue to be part of your life today and always. I am doing great here. I love you!”

I’m delighted to share that attorney, author, and one of the most important afterlife researchers in the world, Roberta Grimes, wrote the foreword.

“Susanne Wilson is the greatest living medium in the world today,” said Roberta Grimes.

Well, I don’t know about that…Because I don’t compare myself to others…One thing I do know:  No one we love is ever really “lost.” Your guides, angels, and beloved people and pets in spirit are happy to help you remember that love lives forever!

Suzanne Giesemann: “The One Thing”


Suzanne Giesemann

This is a guest post written by my excellent colleague and dear friend, Suzanne Giesemann.

“I’m disappointed.”  Those were the first words out of my sitter’s mouth at the end of a session I did this morning.  I had just finished channeling her husband’s messages in his own words, answering the two questions she wanted own words, answering the two questions she wanted to know in words that were clearly not my own.  The husband in spirit had done an outstanding job of providing many details about himself along with things that are going on with the family now to show that his death was not the end of his existence.

So why was the sitter disappointed?  In spite of many pieces of accurate evidence that yes, I was indeed communicating with her husband, she had “prayed and prayed to hear ‘the one thing’” that would convince her that her husband was present.

Oh, my.  Deep breath time.  I have to remind myself that most people don’t understand how spirit communication works.  But wait!  Didn’t I have this clearly explained on my website under, “What to Expect in a Reading”?  Here’s an excerpt:

Those in spirit know the kind of evidence I hope to hear from them, including who they are, how they died, what kind of work they did, specific memories, and a long list of other details that will make it clear that they are with us in the room.  The information often comes through in scattered bits, and it can be like piecing together a puzzle.  Please do not let the outcome of the reading depend upon hearing “the one thing” that will convince you that your loved one is present.  It may not be possible for them to get certain details through.  Trust me that they will do their best to let you know they are with you, but expectations about specific things they can get through may be unrealistic and leave you disappointed.  Like a radio station, a medium is able to tune in to certain frequencies better than others.  Those on the other side will get through everything they are able to.  At times information is withheld if it serves a purpose not to share it or if they are not ready to share it. 

I sungave my all for that woman’s reading.  The husband did his part in spades.  My immediate reaction at her disappointment was intense irritation.  “Didn’t you hear all that evidence?  This is not like picking up a telephone!” and then I caught my human side rearing up due to my own disappointment that she would never be satisfied.  I took a few deep breaths and reminded myself that I was dealing with someone who was in great pain.

I sent the sitter my love, and then I sent a text and vented all over my friend, evidential medium Susanne Wilson.  It’s such a gift to have a sounding board who understands this unusual line of work that neither of us ever expected to be doing.  Susanne has been there/done that with sitters who weren’t going to be satisfied unless they heard “the one thing.”

Her reply immediately brought me back to center: “I think there were no instructions you could possibly have given up front that would have led to this person being satisfied.  Even if her husband went along and delivered the exact words she wanted, a week, or a month, or 6 months from now there would be a new “exact words” she needs to hear.  That’s why those in spirit often refuse to play the ‘code words’ game.”

Wow.  Instant “Aha!” moment.  Thank you, Susanne!  I’ve had numerous experiences of those on the other side withholding certain pieces of evidence for a reason.  Could it be, as Susanne added in a later text, that the spirit community does not want to create co-dependency or excessive emotional or psychological reliance on those in spirit?

I had agreed to do this session at no charge only six months after the initial session with this sitter because of the depths of her grief.  I usually ask people to wait at least a year for a repeat reading, if I do a repeat session at all, because so many others are waiting for the experience of connecting with their loved ones who have passed.  The goal of mediumship is to show the continuity of consciousness, and we had clearly done that in the first sitting.  I now see that I had enabled her.

Aabout Manifestation Divine pic butterflyt first I felt sorry for the husband in spirit who tried so hard, only to have his wife left disappointed that I couldn’t get “the one thing.”  Now I realize that he isn’t disappointed at all.  He made his presence known and expressed his love beautifully.  From his higher perspective in the spirit world, he knows that his wife is on her own soul’s journey.  Each of us grieves in our own way, and our challenges often lead to some of our soul’s greatest growth.

If “the one thing” a sitter wants to hear doesn’t come through in a session, is it the medium’s fault, a poor connection, or a deliberate act of love from the other side?  I don’t know.  There are many things I won’t know until I get to the other side.  All I can do is keep working on fine-tuning my antenna and overriding those reactions that come from being a soul in a human being’s suit.

When I recognize my ego flaring up (Ego is the default position in us humans, so it never completely goes away), and I rise above my human disappointment and irritation, what is left?  That’s easy:  compassion.  I feel the greatest compassion for my sitter’s pain, but I know that each of us grows through our trials.  Dealing with sitters’ expectations and not getting knocked off center is clearly a challenge for me to address with that pesky ego, so I will work on that.

I’m so very grateful for each piece of evidence that does come through this “instrument,” whether or not it’s “the one thing.”  It’s the most awesome, humbling feeling to sit with someone grieving the passing of a loved one and have that spirit say or show something through me that I couldn’t possibly know about them.  Those pieces of a puzzle that reveal a loved one’s presence bring healing and comfort beyond measure.  They say, “I’m right here with you.  I haven’t left you at all, and you will see me again.”  Taken all together, the evidence shows us that love never dies.

Wow.  That’s it: “Love never dies.”  That’s the ultimate message of this work as a medium, isn’t it?  So, Susanne and I, and every other medium who isn’t satisfied unless we get verifiable evidence when we serve spirit do, indeed, get “the one thing” every time.

I am so grateful.




Unexpected Tragic Death: What Happens Next

What happens after death? Is the Afterlife different for people who die in a horrible event or from suicide? Did your loved one make it to the Afterlife? Susanne Wilson, The Carefree Medium, has answers.

Thanatopsis: A View of Death by Chris Foote, Guest Blogger

I’m a funeral director in New Zealand working with families once death has occurred; I began the natural funeral company 16 years ago responding to deep urges in myself and with a desire to be alongside people and death in an organic and natural way. I have developed a non-embalming style of body-care and have held families in their grief in the first few days after death.

Here’s what I have learned.

lantern heartI believe the essence of a person cannot be fully felt until someone dies.

We then go into an altered state and realize their value and worth and the meaning of their life for us.

Several things unfold at these times that are worth paying attention to. I believe these provide meaningful insights into our spiritual lives.

Firstly, sadness and tears are a beautiful expression of love when someone we value has left our lives. This sadness can help us articulate our love in the first few days after death and can in turn be expressed as part of saying farewell. If you can catch the whispers of thoughts and feelings you can them formulate exactly what someone means to you.

While it is not necessary to have an elaborate funeral, I believe it is important to mark the ending of someone’s life with some form of farewell. To say thank you for your life, and all you have meant to us, is an important ritual of love and respect.

I believe one of our tasks is to discover what it is we believe happens at death and to allow this process to teach us. Experiencing a death can give us a glimpse through the door as we visit what it means to die.

sun haloIt has been my discovery that most people believe they will see the people they love again and that the ones they love will be together after death. People say this, even when they do not have a view of what may happen when we die.

It is a common belief in a number of cultures that we should allow three days for the processes of dying and separation to take place. It is a very special time when our everyday awareness alters.

It is a time when we can be visited by unusual experiences, synchronistic and symbolic events. It is important not to brush over these when you notice them and not be afraid to express them as many people have similar experiences.

The more comfortable we can be around death the more we can lighten the sense of morbidity.  It is OK to be uplifted and develop a confident presence around death.

hummingbirdGrief is not the easiest emotion to be comfortable with as there are many components to work through, including change, guilt, and loss. People in grief need our attention on relationship; it would be helpful for us to be comfortable with difficult emotions, and to allow others to be themselves – with both their strengths and weaknesses. Our attention is a gift to those experiencing a loss.

I know we can suffer from what to say and how to say it and how to help. But your presence can be the most helpful gift of all. There is no need to cover the feelings of loss or become solution based. Allow the other person to express their experience and tell their story.

Generally, as children and young adults, we have not been taught about the life-death-life cycle of our lives. That not only people die but relationships die, situations change, nature changes.

Chris Foote

What’s the hurry to get over someone anyway??
Carry them beside you in your waking day and sleeping night.
Use all those memories to access the love, the fun, and the times spent together.

You can reach Chris Foote at The Natural Funeral Company in New Zealand. Ph: (09) 361 6080

“Knowing” That A Child Will Have An Early Transition

Prior to the death of a child, some parents have experienced a phenomenon known as claircognizance (clear knowing). This means that one or both parents had a strong feeling that the child would die, even though there was no logical reason present to fear the child’s death.

compassionTo be clear, the experience of claircognizance about a child’s impending death goes far beyond the typical worrying of a parent for the child. Some parents describe the “knowing” as a realization that comes to them “like being struck by lightning” or “punched in the stomach.”

These are seemingly normal parents, most of whom report that they never experienced anything of a psychic nature previously.

Claircognizance about the death of a child may happen to the parent only once, shortly before the child’s unexpected death (and often within 24 hours prior). In other cases, claircognizance of the death of a child occurs several times, over the course of months or years.

compassion-500x333pxRecently, I did a medium reading for a mom whose eight-year-old son had died from a head injury he sustained while at school. The young boy said in the reading, “Mommy, remember I told you that I wouldn’t always be with you.” 

The boy’s mother responded, “That’s right! He was about 4 years old when he said that to me…Also, I had a sick feeling that morning that I could lose my son.” 

This parent, like many, asked me whether she was supposed to prevent her son’s death. Was that the reason she felt that her son was going to die?

Was the boy’s mother supposed to save him? She needed answers from me.

I explained claircognizance and why it happens. The experience of “knowing” is NOT intended to make the parent responsible to prevent the child’s death. The experience of “knowing” is an acknowledgement (on a soul level) that the child’s death is going to occur, and it’s part of a plan. Claircognizance doesn’t come with an exact time, date, or means of the impending death, because there is no prevention possible.

The parent who experienced the “knowing” of the impending death was being prepared (again, on a soul level) for the inevitable death of the child. 

The death of one’s child is the toughest and most raw life experience a human being can have. Yet we are told, in over 200 years of afterlife research, that there are reasons why this suffering is needed (although we won’t fully understand those reasons until after we return to heavenly home). The bottom line seems to be that each soul born on Earth arrives with a plan outlining the broad strokes of his or her life. Grief is a part of the plan, and in its wake, great spiritual growth is possible. Earth is where we come to have experiences that allow us to grow spiritually.

Liberating Jesus: Exclusive Story Behind the Book

Liberating Jesus by Roberta Grimes

Liberating Jesus

Attorney and author Roberta Grimes has liberated the teachings of Jesus from religious dogma.

Since this book was published in October 2015, Liberating Jesus has become an international bestseller. This book shows how the gospels line up with what we know about the Afterlife evidence and more.

“The whole medieval notion of a King on a glorious throne who is apparently meant to be Jesus, and having all the nations bowing before Him and separating the sheep from the goats, and the whole concept of God loving some a lot and others not so much: all of that is so inconsistent with the rest of the Gospels, the afterlife evidence, and even the culture in which Jesus lived that it has to have been added later,” said Roberta.

Leslie Flint

Leslie Flint

I am the medium in Liberating Jesus. It is my honor to have been a small part of this.

It began several months ago in a reading with Roberta. Her spirit guide told Roberta that she was charged with a mission. She was asked to write a book that would correct nearly 2,000 years of misinformation about what Jesus wants humanity to accomplish.

Roberta’s spirit guide could not bring this book to fruition while he was incarnate, for many reasons, including the culture at that time. Her spirit guide’s penultimate lifetime was spent as Thomas Jefferson. Yes, that Thomas Jefferson.

Two months after Liberating Jesus was published, Wendy and Victor Zammit sent me audio recordings of seances. These were seances held by the great physical medium, Leslie Flint.  The recordings were of Thomas Jefferson. He spoke clearly through Leslie Flint, who is said to be the greatest direct-voice medium who has ever lived.

Leslie’s physical mediumship was powerful, making Thomas’ voice quite clear. I immediately recognized Leslie Flint’s Thomas as the man whom I have come to know through my mental mediumship.

Same voice. Same Southern drawl and cadence. Same humility and reluctance to focus on himself as an important historical figure. (Thomas prefers to focus on the greater spiritual work.)

As an aside and with his permission, I can tell you that Thomas Jefferson was never sexually involved with Sally Hemings. Because Thomas is a gentleman to a fault, he will not divulge the identity of the man in question.

Who should read Liberating Jesus? Everyone! No church experience or bible knowledge is required. This is for truth seekers.

Jesus teaches that there is no judgment and we are loved more than we can possibly imagine. Read a free sample of the book: Free Sample Chapter, Liberating Jesus