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08-02-18 The Art of Reconnecting to Loved Ones in Spirit with Psychic Artist and Medium Sandy Ingham
While teaching at Lilydale last weekend, I met Sandy Ingham, a medium and psychic artist from England. We hit it off immediately, and before long we were laughing like little girls as I began speaking to her in an impeccable British accent. While laughing, we talked about Sandy’s work and she showed me photos of her drawings of loved ones in spirit. I was so taken with her special gift that I asked her to join me for the Love Never Dies show.
Join me for what I know will be a wonderful interview with Sandy, who is extremely passionate about using her drawings to offer proof that we don’t die but rather move to a different and better place.
Bio: Psychic and mediumistic abilities have quite simply always been a part of Sandy’s life. For as long as she can remember she had ‘friends on the other side’ and as she grew and matured, this has become a more and more important aspect of her life.
It’s been a long and sometimes difficult path to tread between her early childhood (when she was told she would be carried off to the asylum if she carried on communicating with her‘friends’) and the present day, where she devotes much of her life to trying to reach and help people with her unusual gift wherever possible.
Her work as a medium has been evolving and developing for as long as she can remember. Sandy works through what is known as clairsentience, meaning she doesn’t hear voices. Instead, she receives messages, names, dates, places and pictures as thought forms. She relies on trust, as she gives words to what is put in her head as thought, continually being rewarded with confirmation that the names and the detailed messages she brings through have great meaning to the recipient.
Her work as a psychic artist is relatively new, and only became apparent to her in 2007 as she was approaching her 60th birthday. It was totally unexpected (particularly as she has absolutely no artistic ability) and it is fair to say that she’ discovered’ rather than ‘developed’ a talent for drawing loved ones in spirit.
Being able to demonstrate her gift in front of thousands of people as she tours the world with many wonderful mediums allows her to reach even more people, and to bring some comfort wherever she can. Sandy knows first-hand how cruel grief can be – the crushing loneliness, the heart-breaking reminders of loss when one is least prepared. Through her mediumship and psychic art she rejoices in being able to offer real, tangible proof of ‘life after life’ and give people the comfort of knowing that their loved ones are still there with them, guiding them and giving their love every step of the way.