Susanne Wilson: How to Contact Spirit Guides, Angels and Deceased Loved Ones

In this episode of The Flipside Podcast, I chat with Susanne Wilson. She’s a scientifically authenticated medium & spiritual teacher in Carefree, Arizona. Born gifted, Susanne hid in the “psychic closet” while working as a corporate executive and university director, until a near-death experience changed her mind about what matters most, in life, and afterlife.

Susanne’s mission is to teach people how to make their own connections with guides and loved ones in spirit and to trust their own intuition. She has participated in controlled scientific research with Dr. Gary Schwartz who states, “Susanne has been one of the best. Her skills as an evidential medium are complimented by her high integrity, credibility, and moral principles.”

Her book is Soul Smart: What the Dead Teach Us About Spirit Communication.


• What exactly is an evidential medium?• What’s the difference between a psychic and a medium?• Tell us about your near-death experience.• When you see dead people, is it something you can switch on and off?• What’s the difference between ghosts and “earthbound spirits”?• Where exactly is the so-called dead community?• Are spirit guides and guardian angels the same? And how many do we have?• Where were the guardian angels when someone was tragically killed?• What are some stories you can share that might get skeptics to consider that this stuff is real?• Isn’t there a dark side to this where it’s not always all light and love?• Is there a hell?• Are the lower levels eternal?• Does everyone have the ability to communicate with a dead loved one?• Can we communicate with our dead pets?• What happens when someone dies? Take us through some of the stages.• What do people look like when they cross over?• What happens during a person’s life review?• Why don’t we remember anything prior to this life?• What happens to suicides?• What happens to children after death?• Talk about dream visitations.• How can we get to know our spirit guides?

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