God's, and the soul's love for us, is unconditional.

God’s, and the soul’s love for us, is unconditional.

Before I do a session I never know whom I’m going to hear from, or what a soul is going to say.

When I first starting keeping a blog about this work I decided, to maintain confidentiality, not to blog about the readings I do.

If you consider the fact that I don’t usually remember the readings shortly afterwards to begin with, it takes something special to cause me to remember one anyway. Like the one I did yesterday.

I was doing a phone session with a woman during which her daughter came through. Her daughter gave her name, Kaitlin, her aunt’s name, talked about her aunt being her godmother, when she was baptized. She had difficulty breathing due to her lungs being underdeveloped. Her kidneys were fused together. Her brain was damaged as well.

Life wasn’t easy for Kaitlin, but she knew one thing with certainty. She was loved by her family.

She assured her mother that she did right thing, authorizing her doctor to “pull the plug” on her life support. She even talked about the conversation which her mother and her doctor had. Her doctor told her mother, correctly so, according to Kaitlin, that “there are worse things than dying.”

She talked about her siblings, and the events going on in their lives. She let her mother know that she was aware that her mother was dealing with her passing by drinking way too much alcohol.

Kaitlin crossed over 13 years ago, when she was 18 hours old.

One of the more memorable parts of the reading was when I told Kaitlin’s mother that Kaitlin was acknowledging her mother’s stepson. One thing I try to stress to sitters is that during a reading, the souls don’t use words like, “grand” as in “grandmother” and “grandfather.” They simply come across as a mother or father figure. The same goes for “in laws,” and “step children.”

But Kaitlin was talking about her brother who wasn’t a brother, and her mother having a son who wasn’t her son. “Do you have a stepson?” I asked her mother?

“No,” her mother said, looking shocked I would ask.

“Your daughter is saying that you’re dating someone. Does he have a son?”


“Do you think of him as your son?”

“Well, no, not really. I don’t know, maybe I do.”

“Don’t make it fit,” I told her. “I could be wrong here. I don’t have a problem with that, but your daughter is saying that she has a brother who’s ‘not really her brother,’ and that you have a son who’s ‘not really your son.’ That’s why I thought you have a stepson.”

“Oh my god! I know what she’s talking about! I have two daughters, but one of them is transgendered!”

“Please let her know that her sister says, ‘I love who you are.'”

That message, of course, is one that’s echoed in reading after reading.

I asked Kaitlin’s mother for permission to share this with you because the lesson in this reading wasn’t only for her, and her transgendered daughter, but for all of us. We are, each and every one of us,  loved and accepted for who we are by God, and the souls, and this love is unconditional.

We are here to learn how to do the same for ourselves, and each other.

If you liked this, you’ll love my book,

“Communications from the Other Side: Death is Not the End of Life, Love, or Relationships.”

Now I’m not one to read books that mediums put out because frankly, I think most of them are fake. But when my cousin said she had purchased the book and read it, I decided that I should take a look at it and see what it was all about. My curiosity got to the best of me. Let’s just say the book opened my eyes. It made me a believer in the afterlife again and in Anthony as a genuine medium. Melissa Pepples