Tysa Goodrich - MEDIUMSHIP

The loss of a loved one is a time of tremendous sorrow. The undulating ripples of grief can lower us into a pit of despair, where we feel hopeless and helpless; we feel pain, sadness, guilt and anger, and even the feeling that we, too, are losing ourselves. Whether you have found me with intention, or have “wandered aimlessly” into my empathic medium pages, you’re probably searching for a way to deal with the loss of a loved one.

When someone is an empathic medium, that means she can tap into the emotions of the dearly departed, as well as the loved ones who are left behind. She can provide a bridge of psychic communication through these emotions, which in turn reveal images, personality, and most importantly, messages that so often need to be communicated on both sides. Much healing can happen beyond death, as emotions live on, and that healing can happen on both sides.

In my work as an empathic spirit medium, one of my strengths is being able to tap into the intensity of the feelings, without shrinking or shying away from them--to be fully present with them. I will feel what they feel, the ones who have passed, and the ones who I am reading for. It is how I receive and bridge the communication. Every reading is different, because every soul is unique, with a unique set of needs and desires. Each time it is unknown to me what it is I will talk about. There is no pat answer for any question that is asked of me.

I do not consider myself a fortune teller, and prefer not to use the term psychic, because that often implies telling someone what’s going to happen in the future. Sure, there are tendencies, blockages to dreams, resistances to change, but the future is malleable, and always changeable. The power is in the individual, whose destiny may perhaps be predetermined, but destiny is also ever-changing, and a tool of reality creation. Personal choice is key to the future. A good psychic, or psychic medium, does not hand your reality to you on a silver platter.

There are many terms used to describe this type of work: psychic, medium, clairvoyant, clairaudient, clairsentient, psychic medium, empathic medium. (It’s amazing how many distinctions can be made about something that is, for the greater part of it, indefinable.) Below is a link to a an article written by a fellow medium in the UK, Sharon Barnett, who eloquently defines all these terms in a way that is concise and easy to understand:
Mediums, Clairvoyants & Psychics article

I prefer to call myself an empathic spirit medium, because I, too, am unique in what I do. I work with the feelings, I sense spirit in many different ways, and I heal through my mediumship. It is an honor for me to work in this capacity.