Uncover Your True Path with The Nomadic Medium
Hey! I am Michelle, but most people call me
Thanks for joining me on this journey of life. You may have questions about how I uncovered my gifts as a Psychic Medium.
Well, many people will ask me. . .
So how did you find out that you were a Psychic Medium?
What do you feel?
Who taught you?
As a child, I always felt a little bit odd. I spent considerable time alone and was quite happy with my own company. I often spent my afternoons exploring the forest in my backyard, creating elaborate relationships between my Barbie dolls, or watching more movies than the average American child. I remember one film in particular that always caught my attention, Matilda. Based on the 1988 book by Roald Dahl, later directed and starred by Danny DeVito in the 1996 film, Matilda was a special girl with incredible powers. She never truly felt like she belonged in her family; therefore, she dove into the world of books and found purpose in reading, mathematics, and philosophy. Her teacher, Ms. Honey, was particularly interested in Matilda for her above-average academic skills and incredibly kind demeanor. Over time, Matilda confides in Ms. Honey about her unique abilities - she can shift physical items with the power of her mind. Ms. Honey was fascinated by Matilda for her incredible gifts.
Those incredible gifts fascinated me, too.
Although I could not move physical items with my mind, I might have some other superpower. But how do I find it?
At night time, I would always sense a presence in my room. They walked around my room, talked to me through the porcelain dolls that stood erect on my bureau, and entered the depths of my dreams. My parents always argued that I watched too many horror movies and had a wild imagination. I became highly fearful of the dead silence in the middle of the night, so I decided to sleep on the living room sofa for many years. Hearing people 'walking' through the kitchen in the middle of the night felt more settling.
Over time, the feelings faded away. I continued on as an adult studying Psychology and Sociology at Framingham State University. I enjoyed offering one-on-one counseling to vulnerable populations needing a non-judgmental listening ear. I wanted to give the world exactly what I wanted to receive. And this profession felt like a perfect match. Although in my spare time, I also dove deep into books detailing themes of astrology, birth charts, dream interpretations, tarot cards, and the effects of the cosmos. I became fascinated by these types of occult sciences.
It appeared to be a very long list of worries and anxieties, but I took this as a start to understanding the karma I carry with me. After this meeting, I knew I needed to pursue something more extraordinary. I left a career as a corporate travel agent. I ended my romantic relationship. I weaned myself off of the prescription medication that was meant to curb my depression. And I booked a one-way flight to Southeast Asia. I had no idea why; I just knew I had to be there.
Chiang Mai, Thailand - a small city in the Northern Thai highlands- became the epicenter of my spiritual journey. I attended a 2-day silent meditation retreat alongside 20 foreigners and 20 Thai Buddhist monks. The 2-day experience was filled with practicing meditation, conscious eating, purposeful silence, and present awareness. I always assumed meditation was relaxing after a yoga class, but this was an entirely different practice. This is the meditation you perform while eating, walking, standing, lying down, and any small moment that brings you back to the present moment. After this experience, I knew my meditative practice was integral to my being. The chaos that normally festered in my brain - seized to exist. I needed to learn to meditate by remaining in the present moment to deepen my practice.
And then, I met a special friend who gifted me the book that I still travel with today, 'The Power of Now' by Eckhart Tolle.
"As soon as you honor the present moment, all unhappiness and struggle dissolve, and life begins to flow with joy and ease. When you act out the present-moment awareness, whatever you do becomes imbued with a sense of quality, care, and love - even the simplest action."
The spiritual practice deepened. I am only living in the present moment. I accept all that happens to me as an experience FOR me, not TO me. I have become more self-aware of my persistent thoughts, deep-seated patterns, and negative self-talk. I accept all opportunities that present themselves to me. And then the next chance fell into my lap.
In October 2019, I flew to Iquitos, Peru, to meet a Shipibo tribe who introduced me to the powerful plant medicine known as Ayahuasca. Ayahuasca is a plant medicine indigenous to the Amazon Jungle. It grows throughout Peru, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and other surrounding countries of South America. Ayahuasca is a medicinal brew made from the ayahuasca vines, and chacruna leaves that, when brewed, will create a thick, mossy medicine used for spiritual and religious purposes by ancient Amazonian tribes. I was willing to embark on this journey to answer my question. . .
"What is my purpose in this human experience?"
And then, in 2017, I met with a Karma Doctor named John Wyrick. He specializes in karma healing, past-life regression, energy healing, and movement. After a recommendation from a friend, I decided to make the appointment. After 2-hour of deep analysis, he sent me a list of words related to my karmic makeup.
Some words included:
Orphan, Mystic, Philosopher, Dancer, Healer, Storyteller, Scholar, Misunderstood, Homeless, Writer, Astrologer, Priestess, Early Death, Primary Hunger - To Escape Bondage
I wish to refrain from explaining my ayahuasca experience in more detail, as the messages sent to me were only assigned for me to understand. But the best way to describe the journey with ayahuasca is the "most beautifully painful experience of my entire life." I starved on a plant diet consisting of only root vegetables and plants for two weeks and endured four hallucinogenic states of consciousness. I thought the answer would have been delivered to me during the ceremonies, but unfortunately, that was not the case. I was slightly frustrated and impatient - when do I find my superpowers?
But then, I receive a phone call from my sister, "Hey Shell, guess what? I'm a Psychic Medium!"
"Shut up. No, you're not. How do you know?" I asked her, clearly skeptical of her 'powers.'
She then explained that she connected with a spiritual mentor who helped her work within her gift. She even practiced sitting in this power with close friends and family. I couldn't believe it. She was so unbelievably accurate about information she could have never known. But how?
I thought, ' If you are a medium, I must have gifts too!
A few weeks later, in the jungle of Tulum, Mexico, I was holding my own plant medicine ceremony with a few close friends. In our guided meditation, I started getting that feeling again - that same feeling I had as a child. It was that feeling that someone else was in the room with us. One of my friends at this ceremony had lost his best friend a few years ago, and I felt this very presence connected to him. I asked him if he would be willing to receive the information and messages coming to me.
After another 2 hours of disbelief and revealing personal information, I had confirmed. . . .
I found my gift.
This is my purpose.
I called my closest friends and requested their permission to offer a psychic reading for free.
I shared moments of closure. I helped people reconnect with family and friends. I saw messages, memories, pictures, numbers, symbols, and colors. I felt physical, emotional, and spiritual sensations that were not mine. I was learning an entirely new language.
It has been nearly 2 years of sharing this gift with the public, and I have hosted readings for individuals around the globe - Colombia, Mexico, England, Spain, the United States, South Africa, and more.
The best has yet to come.
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