Meet the Medium – Messages of Love

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Recently I had the pleasure of being involved with a live show called MEET THE MEDIUMS – MESSAGES OF LOVE very fitting I thought seeing my work is known as Carmel Wright’s Messages of Love. Many people bought along photos of their passed over loved ones, so I combined my part of the show with clairvoyant readings and messages from these photos. This work I do ‘speaking with the dead’ teaches me something new every week, but what I love most is how these spirit friends of mine (your relatives) still have such a great sense of humour. In this column I want to share with you a couple of messages that came through that night.
The first one was a lady in the audience called Sheila, she handed me a photo of her husband Patrick, and I asked if he had a message for his wife Sheila. Straight away he said ‘ask her does she remember the incident with the tumble drier?’ It took a few minutes then the penny dropped, I knew by the look on her face she knew something because she laughed and had this huge grin on her face. Sheila said ‘When we first came to Australia we rented a little house in Melbourne and there was this strange washing machine and drier all in one. The first time Patrick used it he pulled his new jumper out of the drier and it was only about 4 inches wide’ I found out later this woman had only lost Patrick six months earlier and was still very much in a state of grief and shock, but at least now she knows Patrick got a message back to her to say he was indeed okay and to let her know he still had his sense of humour.

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Another message that night well and truly touched my heart. There was a lady in the back row with a photo of a man. She was already crying when she handed me the photo. I asked her name which was Mavis, and the man in the photo was Reginald. He kept saying ‘ask May this, tell May that’ so I said to her he keeps calling you May, with tears streaming down her face she said ‘He always called you May.’ with tears streaming down her face she said ‘He always called me May.’ Reginald said ‘Tell May I’m still with her in the garden.’ and Mavis said ‘Carmel, we gardened together side by side for sixty years.’ This was her husband. Then he said to me ‘I wasn’t a good carver’ and he gave me the impression of carving up the Christmas turkey and making a real mess of it. When I told Mavis her eyes lit up like golf balls and she laughed and said ‘You can say that again. He was never asked to do the carving again.’


This show was put on just before Christmas and on Christmas day I had a sense of peace in my heart that these two women who had lost their loved ones now had the insight that their husbands were still watching over them. These shows can teach you how close by your loved ones in Spirit really are.

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