Workshops Blog


The Workshops Blog is where you will find highlights of workshops; a list of practice circles (coming in 2023); and other content restricted to those who have taken a workshop.

ON 13 MAY 2023 - Evidential Medium Melitta Thorn offered a more Advanced Evidential Mediumship Workshop for the first time! People had been asking her about a continuation. The workshop was filled with several practice readings to develop the confidence and trust in the messages received and how to deliver them to the “Sitter” (person doing a reading for)..

This workshop was a lot of fun! The group was small and everybody contributed and participated! There were so many amazing talents. I felt blessed to be able to share what I have learned and in turn also hear their stories. Spirit let us know that we are . . .

This workshop was unique in its’ own way as I went unexpectedly into trance during a group reading. During the regular reading I could feel myself going deeper and all I could say was, “I am slipping into trance.” The message from my guide was for the audience as a whole, but also targeted specific people. ” There were several loved ones and a little dog that came through in the group reading. Someone’s sister had a profound message about how important it is to include them during the holidays . . .

What joy!  There were THREE sisters attending for the first time and it was a lively group!  When there are an uneven number in the group, as in this case, I join in the exercises and it is so much fun.  During the one-on-one psychic reading the young woman I was paired with was . . .

During the workshop some amazing things happened in the group reading.  One lady went into a deep trance for the first time and could not remember what was said.  She was stunned when she heard about the beautiful evidence she presented and asked me afterwards, “Now what do I do?” 

My very first workshop! What excitement! The room was filled with friends, and people I have never met before. Some came out of pure curiosity because I was doing something they never expected. . .