I’m Melanie Jade Rummel, And This Is My Dharma
Location (Just city and country):
About five months ago, my husband and I put our belongings into storage so we could travel. We lived in Guanajuato, Mexico for three months, then Florida, and our next destination is South Carolina. Our home right now is wherever we feel led to go.
I am a medium and spiritual teacher, and I share positive messages from Spirit Guides and loved ones who have crossed over. I help people get clarity about the situations in their life and feel empowered to make the changes they want to make. For those who have lost a loved one, I help them find peace and healing with the reassurance that their loved one is doing well on the other side.
Your Personal or Professional Goals:
I asked my Spirit Guides once, “What belief is holding me back?” They told me to stop believing that I am only human. They said that we are all unlimited and capable of greatness. We are all here for a positive reason, and the best thing we can do for ourselves and the world is to be our true selves. With that in mind, my overall goal in everything I do is to be bigly, boldly me. My goal is to be so trusting of who I am that courage is no longer necessary. My goal is to just naturally, peacefully follow my joy in every moment.
My most heartfelt professional goal at the moment is to share my messages and readings with a larger audience. I love doing talks, workshops, and readings for large audiences. I love sharing stories that not only make people feel loved and inspired, but also make them laugh. I took a break from in-person events while we lived in Mexico, but now that we are back in the U.S., I’m looking forward to finding more avenues to speak and share these positive messages.
What’s your offering to the world:
I’m offering a different, more positive way of viewing life. I offer a way out of fear, along with the reassurance that we are all helped by a spiritual team as we journey through life. I offer tools to help people connect with their inner compass to find direction in every situation.
Who/What Inspires You:
My clients inspire me. They are people who are making positive changes in their lives, and that takes courage and trust. Being able to be part of their journey, to offer insight, encouragement, and be their cheerleader is a gift and a joy that I cherish.
I’m also blessed to be part of a family with courageous, kind people. My mom is the strongest woman I know. She encouraged my intuition as I was growing up and told me I can do anything I put my mind to. My husband is the most genuinely kind and loving person I know. He is my perfect partner and best friend, and he makes every day brighter. I am constantly inspired by his loving spirit.
In a world that is full of such diversity and beauty, I find it easy to be inspired every day.
My mission is to spread peace through my readings, talks, books, and other resources.
“When you have the choice to be right or to be kind, choose kindness.” – Wayne Dyer
What is the most surprising thing you’ve learned from your work as a medium?
I’ve been communicating with Spirit Guides and Angels since I was a child, and what has always struck me is their unwavering love and compassion.
Many of us are taught that there is judgment in the spiritual dimension. We hope that people who do “bad” things are punished in some way. But the underlying theme of every message I have received for the past 20 years is to have understanding, compassion, and love. I have never felt judgment or blame from the other side.
I have come to learn that judgment is a human concept. When people ask me how to tell the difference between messages from Spirit Guides and their own thoughts, I tell them that messages from Spirit Guides are always loving and compassionate. That’s how you tell the difference.
Humans judge. Spirit Guides, Angels, and other well-known spiritual teachers on the other side only emphasize understanding, compassion, and love.
Can you tell us about a reading you have done that was especially meaningful to you?
Every reading is meaningful to me, but there are some that stand out and stay with me. One of the most precious readings I’ve been able to do was for a mother whose son committed suicide. I did a reading for her on Christmas Eve. She had never been to a medium before and didn’t know if she believed it was even possible to communicate with loved ones on the other side.
Her son came through so strongly, showing me what he looked like, how he passed, the clothes he was wearing when he passed, and telling me about his family. The reading was supposed to last 30 minutes, but I kept going for an hour and a half because, how could I end this reunion? How could I break this link? I wanted to make it last as long as possible for her. There were many moments of laughter among the tears, and by the end of the reading a lot of healing had taken place.
After that reading, I sat in awe of what Love can do. I am in awe of the love between the mother and her son and the love that brought him through to me that day. She said it was the best Christmas gift she could have ever received. Just being able to be there for them and help the reunion happen was the greatest gift I could have received as well.
I’ve done many readings for people who have lost their loved ones to suicide, and one of the common fears is that they are lost or in hell on the other side. I want people to know that their loved one is doing well. They are just as loved and taken care of as everyone else who crosses over. No matter how a loved one passes, they are okay on the other side.
How has yoga been part of your journey?
I enjoy doing yoga before my daily meditation time. It calms my mind and puts me in the perfect receptive state to connect with my Spirit Guides and receive messages. At the end of each yoga session as I rest in corpse pose, I ask my Guides what they want me to know that day. I rest and gently notice any messages that come to my awareness.
When I started doing yoga many years ago, it was easy for me. I am a dancer, and I’ve always been naturally flexible. Then last year I had a back injury and felt like I was starting from scratch. It took months before I could even walk without pain, let alone try to do yoga.
I am at the point now where I am slowly incorporating yoga into my routine again. Instead of everything coming easily, I have to constantly monitor how my back and hips are feeling, avoid any twists, and try not get frustrated when the flexibility I once took for granted isn’t there. It’s a daily practice in feeling okay with what I am able to do each day and trusting that where I am is perfect.
I think that’s the best mindset for life, too. So many of us feel we should be farther along than we are. We compare ourselves to others, to who we once were, or to who we think we should be. Joy is found in appreciating where we are and who we are in this moment and knowing that it is perfect.
Website URL: http://MelanieTheMedium.com
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