March 2015

One month marks the start next week of my business in Wagga. A big thank to my clients for being guided to me, with out you I would not do what I love.

I would also like to thank the local Daily Advertiser for your article By the lovely Ella Smith in Saturday 28th March, 2015 paper.

Psychic medium opens doors in Wagga

FOCUSED: Wagga’s latest psychic medium Kerry Nelson believes her harnessed ability can help people grieve their loss of loved ones. Picture Kieren L Tilly
SHE smelled her mother’s scent after she died, sensed her husband’s death and felt her father’s heart attack.
A string of brushes with the spirit compelled psychic medium Kerry Nelson to harness her ability.
The mother of three threw in her corporate Sydney life to continue to develop the ability she shied away from for years after three of her loved ones passed away in quick sequence from 2006.
“I blocked it out for many years, it scared the hell out of me to be quite honest,” Ms Nelson said from her new Wagga studio.
It’s an ability she’s developed over the years – since her first gig conducting readings from a crystal shop in Sydney – but never once taken for granted.
“People scare me more than spirit,” she laughed.
“I might speak to dead people, but when it comes to modern technology, forget it.”
Don’t ask her to predict the winning lotto numbers or who’ll win today’s election because everything is pre-determined and she’ll only read those who are willing after a routine to open her up to the spirit.
It’s an ability she now uses to help people grieve, find closure or answer questions.
“Without knowing they’re in a good place, I don’t know where I’d be,” she said of her deceased family.
“I look at myself as a healer because grief is a horrible, horrible thing and we all need to do what we can to live and survive.
“It takes away the pain when we know our loved ones are okay.”
Ms Nelson has poured years of time and passion into developing her ability – and it hasn’t gone unnoticed.
She was the first of 10 chosen from across the world to undertake a Masters Teachers at the renowned Lisa Williams International School of Spiritual Development in New York, which will earn her the privilege of teaching others to harness their abilities.
Ms Nelson has now opened up her first business in Wagga.
She moved from Sydney to marry her fiance in a Tarcutta farmer after three years clocking up the miles in a long-distance relationship.
“It’s a privilege to be able to be here,” she said.
“I want my clients to walk out uplifted, but I’m always honest with them.
“I say this is giving you the choices, but it’s never, ever taking away your free will.”
Ms Nelson isn’t worried about the inevitable cynic in a small-town culture, explaining a psychic tells the future, while a medium brings over loved ones who have passed over.
“I’m not proving anything,” she said. “I don’t try to change them.
“I’m at peace with myself.”
Ms Nelson hopes to lift the profile of psychic mediumship in the area with classes starting next month.
“I want to just bring this out in people,” she said.

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