Episode 62

Published on:

29th Mar 2023

A Message from Our Loved Ones Pt #2

Your parent or loved one has always been there for you but has now passed. Is there a way to still contact them?  Knowing what to do might help you manage through some tough days a bit easier. How do you attain guidance from your loved ones?  What might you be doing, unintentionally, to discourage them from reaching out to you?

You may learn some surprising facts including that spiritual guides have been around and involved (in and out) of traditional religions for centuries.  You might also be surprised to learn that there really is a college for spiritual mediums, similar to divinity universities. 

This is Part #2 of my discussion with spiritual medium Sloan Tate, who’s a  well-known third-generation medium.  She also shares how to find and identify a good medium to help us –one who has integrity and is qualified to help us tap into our own inner guides. 

P.S.  This episode releases on my birthday, so I hope my own mom and dad are listening too. 

Guest: Sloan Tate is a third-generation, spiritual medium and best-selling author of A Guide to Afterlife Communication. Born with natural mediumship gifts, she first learned the importance of using intuition while training horses on her family's farm. Sloan rediscovered the importance of developing this connection in everyday life through the study of meditation and yoga. Sloan is accredited with over 500hrs of yoga teacher training, is a Holy Fire ®  III Karuna Reiki ® Master, and has studied mediumship at the Arthur Findlay College and with several renowned mediums in the United States. Sloan is known for her unique spiritual humor and is an advocate for normalizing mediumship to support better practices in global mental health.

Host:  Nancy May, Author of How to Survive 911 Medical Emergencies, Step-by-Step Before, During, After!  is an expert in managing the path of step-by-step caring for aging parents, even from over 1200 miles away. For a free, fillable File-of-Life go to www.howtosurvive911.com. Nancy is also the Co-Founder of CareManity LLC, and the private FaceBook group, Eldercare Success.

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Doing It Best with Eldercare Success
Join us in Doing it Best with Eldercare Success where we explore ways to relieve the stress, exhaustion and overwhelm that we all face in caring for an aging parent, frail spouse, or partner. Fear, frustration, emotional and financial strain do not have to be your MO! In this show, we dive into unraveling the tricks, traps, and gotchas that create more questions than answers while caring for those we love.
Join Nancy May, and her guests as she helps relieve the pressures and delivers solid ways to find more joy and freedom as we care for those with those we love. Here you’ll learn how to find the ground under your feet again. Hang tight there’s a better road ahead.
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Nancy May

Nancy May is a corporate leader, business advisor, author, speaker, and nationally recognized podcast host. She has spent her career working with CEOs, Boards of Directors, and senior leaders in the public and private corporate sectors. These experiences gave her the strength and foundation to step in and provide her parents with guidance and support, both as their POA and Trustee, and diehard advocate as they aged. Nancy credits her father an entrepreneur, innovator of innovative eyewear design, and her mom for encouraging and preparing her to acquire the many skills needed to start, build, and lead several successful businesses. She has transitioned these competencies and life lessons to into her new business, CareManity, LLC, which focuses on providing family caregivers structured ways to obtain practical knowledge, resources, and access much-needed support.