If you could have one last conversation with someone dear to you who has passed on, would you? This may be your chance when psychic-medium Mollie Morning Star hosts a demonstration of mediumship entitled Denver: An Evening of Messages from Spirit, on April 27 in Golden at the Denver Marriott West.
Shows like Crossing Over and Long Island Medium starring popular psychic mediums like John Edward and Theresa Caputo have made the issue of psychic mediumship more mainstream. However, these popular mediums came into their psychic gifts at a young age, unlike Morning Star who found herself suddenly psychic in her 30s.
The commencement of Morning Star’s first entry into the world of communication with the deceased was exactly five short years ago. Previously, the medium worked as a mural painter, and on a Friday evening in March 2008 she was saying her routine prayers before turning in for the evening when she recalls clearly hearing the words,
“Love is the best tool for healing.”
Immediately, she could feel a sensation travel through her entire body. Oddly, the voice and feeling didn’t scare her. She woke up the next morning sensing the intensified energy around her. Painfully loud and overwhelming, the energy coming in prompted her friends to suggest she see a psychic. It was that psychic reading where she first learned she was a medium.
Desperate to somehow turn off all this extrasensory ability and noise, she researched and enrolled at Arthur Findlay College in England. The college is equivalent to a Hogwarts for adults in real life, not a movie.
Through her studies, back-to-back courses to learn how to shut off or control this gift and tests of her abilities with instructors, the medium instead found that she truly had a special gift. This caused a change of heart for Morning Star who decided then that she wanted to use this gift to help people heal.
“It became very clear to me, that what I was able to bring through without any trying or effort, was so much clearer and so much more accurate than what other people there were doing that I realized I had something really special and embraced what I could do with it.”
The medium has been reading the living and reuniting them with loved ones crossed-over ever since. Perhaps the oddest part of all in meeting Morning Star is that she is so “normal”. She’s the mother to two young-adult children whom she has raised as a single mom. Single, not because she hasn’t ventured into dating, but perhaps because of the odd response she seems to get everytime the familiar get-to-know-you question of “What do you do for a living?” comes up. Nonetheless, covered in vibrant and colorful feminine style that exudes a classy, vintage vibe, she can’t help but come across cheery and adorable in all of her “girl next door” glory.
What’s her best advice if you are interested in having a reading? Go from word of mouth of referrals from friends or people you know and check out sites like www.thebestpsychicdirectory.com, which is a directory of mediums and psychics as well as reviews unaffiliated with any of the psychics themselves. This she says, can assist you in finding an ethical psychic/medium.
“Mediumship needs to be used with great discretion… I limit people to twice a year and don’t ever encourage someone to develop a dependency on mediumship. It’s to help you through your grief, not to keep you in a certain place.”