Energy Work, Spirituality
Lynn is a Psychic Medium born with clairvoyant, clairaudient and precognitive abilities. She first became aware of this gift at age five. As she grew older her abilities developed, receiving messages from the Other Side, first from family members who’d passed and then messages from loved ones of people around her. Lynn describes this gift of guidance from Spirit as “Second Sight.” This intrigued and compelled her to study the workings of the human mind. As a result, Lynn attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. A turning point in Lynn’s life occurred following the birth of her daughter. While acting upon a premonition regarding her daughter’s health, Lynn rushed her baby to the hospital and insisted that she be admitted. Despite opposition from the doctors, and facing the likelihood of undergoing a psychiatric evaluation, Lynn persisted. She even directed the doctors as to which tests to perform. Within several hours the doctors confirmed Lynn’s intuitive insights and as a result they perfectly diagnosed, treated and saved her baby’s life. In another situation, Lynn located a lost local child, and he was safely returned to his mother. Through her gift, Lynn was also instrumental in successfully reuniting siblings separated at an early age over 25 years ago.
During a reading, Lynn will take you on a journey from your past where she will peek into your childhood, to the present and offer you channeled guidance from Spirit as you continue on your Spiritual Path into your future.
Lynn has been featured on ABC’s 20/20, The Huffington Post, AOL, Yahoo News, The Oakland Press, The Detroit Jewish News, MY Metro You Magazine and Body, Mind, Spirit Radio, and the book “Everyday Oracles…Decoding the Divine Messages That Are All Around Us” by Ann Bolinger-McQuade (Tarcher/Penguin Press)
Want more from Lynn? She was recently featured on the Dr. Oz Show and contributed to the recently published "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Dreams and the Unexplainable" published by Amy Newmark and Kelly Sullivan Walden.
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