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Special Guest - Richard Schoeller on Mediumship

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Richard Schoeller always felt he was a little different—he sensed things more intensely than others around him. He tried to shrug it off and was fairly successful for awhile. One evening in 1997, something major happened: Richard Schoeller thought he was dying—he suddenly found himself surrounded by both sets of his deceased grandparents in his own home. They spoke to Richard and reassured him that he wasn’t dying. They told him that he now had the gift of sight to communicate with those who have passed on to the spirit side of life.

Today, Richard Schoeller is an ordained Spiritualist minister, certified medium, commissioned spiritualist healer and national spiritualist teacher. He is a National Spiritualist Association of Churches (NSAC) missionary; for six years he has served on their Board of Trustees. Formerly a licensed funeral director and massage therapist, his life now focuses on helping others receive messages from loved ones who have passed. With the help of colleagues, he started and chartered a Spiritualist Church called Summerland Church of Light.

Reverend Schoeller also has a healing practice in Huntington, NY and has served the Lily Dale Assembly for the past couple of years. He is a member of the International Spiritualist Federation and has served a number of Spiritualist churches, camps and centers across the United States and Europe. As an energy worker and healer, Richard assists clients with their beliefs, addictions and past lives. His workshops cover many topics including healing, mediumship, psychotherapy, spiritualism, trance and transfiguration.

Richard Schoeller believes that spiritual teaching and learning are a lifelong process. It is a tremendous responsibility—one that he takes very seriously. His hope is that his gifts will help as many people as possible cope with some of the strife in their lives.

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