PHILOSOPHY Spiritualists believe in the continuity of life. We believe that we are all Spirit having a human experience. We also believe that We Cannot Die. When they leave the body, your loved ones generally try to let you know that they arrived safely and that they still know what is happening with the family. We believe that perceiving your loved ones in Spirit is a natural ability within us all; as we are all energetically connected, time and space do not factor in, either. We believe that this ability, like any skill, improves with practice or becomes rusty with disuse.   With sufficient training and practice, you contact your loved ones in Spirit too.

PHILOSOPHY

Spiritualists believe in the continuity of life.
We believe that we are all Spirit having a human experience.

We also believe that We Cannot Die.
When they leave the body, your loved ones generally try to let you
know that they arrived safely and that they still know what is happening
with the family.

We believe that perceiving your loved ones in Spirit is a natural ability within us all; as we are all energetically connected, time and space do not factor in, either.

We believe that this ability, like any skill, improves with practice or becomes rusty with disuse.  

With sufficient training and practice, you contact your loved ones in Spirit too.

Susan Averre is from Los Angeles, but has made Cleveland Ohio her home these past 25 years as a teacher and writer, while training under the best mediums in the US and Internationally. 
   Today, she is a medium, healer and teacher who hosted a popular radio show on Blogtalkradio.com- The Medium At Large, and co-hosted 2 Mediums At Large previously. 
   She is also a Medical Intuitive and a Spirit Portrait Artist who brings spirit through visually.
   
   Susan was aware of spirit early on without thinking anything of it until at age 19; her father appeared to her at the funeral home where her family was selecting his casket.  

   She was inadvertently left behind in the display room when the funeral director stepped out with rest of the family, closing and locking the door behind him. The lights went out and the music stopped. 
   Alone in a dark room with 40 open caskets, she ran to the door, pounding on it to be let out.  The terrified funeral director threw open the door immediately. 
   Behind her, Susan suddenly heard and saw her father laughing, his head thrown back, hand on his belly and tears rolling down his face.  Somewhat comforted by his appearance and a bit self conscious at his laughter, she was forced to re-evaluate her beliefs about the nature of life and death. This launched her spiritual journey.