Sharon McGregor Psychic MediumSpiritual Teacher
I was born in England to a close loving family and moved to Oakville, Ontario in 2000 with my husband William and son Matthew. I have always believed in life after death but that only “special people” had the gift of communicating with our loved ones on the other side. In 2010 our lives changed forever with the tragic death of Matthew, our only child, in a single car accident, he was just 17 years old. I had no purpose, I was angry and lost. I consulted with many mediums and received positive, validating messages, proving to me beyond doubt that Matthew was still “alive”, still loved us and was helping us from the other side. I began to realize that we all have the natural ability to communicate with our loved ones in spirit and that I too could become a medium. I felt that this was my destiny, and a way to make some sense out of my personal tragedy by helping others.
So, after years of training courses, meditation, practice and commitment, I now communicate with spirit and pass on messages to others who are asking the same questions “are our loved ones okay? and does life go on after death?” I consider serving spirit as a medium and giving readings to people who have lost a loved one, especially a child, to be honour that I will never take for granted. No parent should go through the pain of losing a child, and through my own loss when conducting a reading I can empathize with the feelings of grief and hopelessness of others. Our souls have lessons to learn, we all have a purpose to fulfil during this life, however hard and cruel it may seem. It took the death of my beloved son for me to find my purpose in life, which is to help spirit communicate with their loved ones on the earth plane and to help ease the pain of their loss and to affirm that ‘life’ goes on and that our loved ones will always be with us.
In October 2013 I took a guided spiritual journey to see John of God in Abadiania in Brazil and the experience was amazing. Being there only confirmed everything I already knew about my spiritual journey.
I am also very passionate about teaching others, especially children, about the dangers of drinking and driving. I did voluntary work with the Halton Regional Police from 2010-2013 giving talks in local schools about the dangers of drinking and driving and how it affects the families of those who have lost their lives. In 2012 I received the Chief’s Commendation in recognition of my volunteer work, and in 2013 the Community Relations team of the Regional Municipality of Halton, of which I was a part, received an Award of Merit from the 2013 Pinnacle Awards for the Halton’s Impaired Driving Campaign. Below is a link to a video that was played in the movie theatres around the Halton Region Christmas of 2012-2013