Dr. Debra Diamond, Ph.D. is a natural psychic/medium and medical intuitive who was gifted with her abilities as a child. She provides remarkable insights for her clients to assist in healing and expansion.
Debra earned an MBA from The George Washington University, a Masters Certificate in Contemporary Art from Christie’s Education and a Ph.D. from the Esoteric Interfaith Theological Seminary. She is a graduate of the Holistic Studies Institute of New York, has completed mediumship training at the Arthur Findlay College in the UK and trained at the Carl Jung Institute in Analytical Psychology in Zurich, Switzerland.
Today, I invited Debra back on the show to answer the question that so many are asking right now when they can’t be with a loved one in the hospital…Do We Really Die Alone?
So many people right now are left feeling like their loved ones are dying alone and it is awful. Debra provides her insights on this.
She also discusses how to energetically be with your loved one even though you can’t physically be there.
There is so much grief and sadness particularly when you can’t have a “goodbye.” From your experience in hospice and as a medium what can help with this?
If people do have an opportunity to say goodbye even if it is via a tablet or phone it still feels so unfinished and how do we even know our loved ones hear us.
What do you feel like as people are dying matters most in the end?
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