What is a Spirit Portrait?
A spirit portrait is a drawing that proves your departed loved one is still with you even after passing away.
I can draw departed loved ones by opening myself up energetically to establish a connection. Once I do this, I can then sense, feel, and pick up messages from them.
Then, they work with me to draw an image of their appearance when they were alive. They do this to help prove that they are still with you because life is eternal, and their love never dies.
My pictures are a likeness, a resemblance of your loved one, and are not meant to be a photographic image.
Spirit Portrait Reading
A spirit portrait session lets you connect with your loved ones on the Other Side. Everyone has their own unique experience. No two sessions are ever alike. Working together, we create a sacred space for words of comfort, healing, support, encouragement, and closure to come through to help ease your grief.
You must be open-minded and not hold preconceived expectations for the session but instead allow what you need rather than what you want to unfold. This will bring the best results, and you will be pleasantly surprised by how Spirit will respond.
Once an appointment is scheduled and payment is made, a Zoom meeting link is emailed for our session.
All sessions are for adults 18 years or older.
All information is offered for personal and entertainment purposes and is not intended at any time to replace the advice, counsel, or recommendation of any medical, psychological, legal, or financial expert or any other professional service.
The information imparted during a session is experimental and open to interpretation.
Clients are advised that they have free will at all times to make their own choices, and Ellen Edmondson shall not be held responsible for the actions they may or may not take as a result of their session.
Messages From Heaven
Sunday, December 17
from 12pm - 3pm
"Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love."
I let the light of my love shine so that it comforts myself and others.
~Louise L. Hay~