Moments of Mediumship with Helen

by Dana Taylor

I first met Helen Nibs in 2005 when I made an appointment for a Reiki treatment in her Oklahoma City office. The session literally changed my life, challenged my world view, and set me on a new path of exploration. You can read all about that in my book, Ever-Flowing Streams: Christ, Reiki, Reincarnation & Me. Beyond all the events that unfolded, I gained a life-long friend in Helen.

Through the years, I watched Helen constantly developing her natural, extraordinary healing and psychic gifts. Besides her energy healing work, she discovered an affinity for spirit communication. She learned the craft of mediumship with some of the top teachers of the day, including Mavis Pattilla and James Van Praagh. She also connects to the guides of Akashic Records for invaluable life counseling. What I’ve come to appreciate about Helen’s gift, is her ability to deliver messages from the spirit realm that are precisely what someone needs to hear at that particular moment in time.

A few months ago I attended one of Helen’s Evening with Spirit World Zoom events. She limits the sessions to 20 participants, with the hope that each person will receive a pertinent message. The expectation is that Helen will be functioning as a medium connecting to loved ones who have passed over. I signed up for the event mainly to support Helen and to see how it would go. Personally, there’s no one on the Otherside that I have much desire to hear from. No great unfinished business at this point. I didn’t expect a message for me.

The session started out with what appeared to be a “miss” on Helen’s part. She said a boy in a baseball uniform was coming through very strongly. No one in the group could claim a connection. She moved on. New people or information came through, appropriately matched to each participant. Interestingly, it wasn’t just a parade of the dearly departed, though a few showed up. The most moving one was a woman who had died from cancer and came to thank the friend who had cared for her. But in another instance, Helen appeared to be more visionary, relating the connection to animals and nature of another participant. She delivered a message of encouragement from Spirit.

a powerful message to me: your prayers make a difference

Then, the boy baseball player showed up again. He was persistent. At that point, I realized the ball player message was for me, which was mind boggling, because the boy is still very much alive. You may recall a boy named Easton Oliverson who suffered a major head injury in 2022 when he fell from a top bunk at the Little League World Series. The press always displayed him in his baseball uniform. While I had never met Easton, I’d been praying and sending him healing energy quite intensely in the weeks after his accident. Though I maintain a faithful daily practice of meditation and distance healing work, I sometimes wonder if I’m accomplishing anything at all. I might simply be a delusional, dotty woman spinning daydreams. Helen’s impression of Easton delivered a powerful message to me: your prayers make a difference. It was just what I needed to hear at the time.

Seeing Helen hone in on each person, catch a thread of connection and reel in a message was impressive to watch. Her lilting English accent and kind demeanor is a balm to the hurting and confused. Helen exudes a healing energy that comes through the ether like a warm hug.

Her next Evening with Spirit World is Thursday, March 16th, for the extremely modest price of $20. I understand she still has some spaces available. The participants will have an experience they will long remember. If you act now, you might be one of them. Sign up HERE.

Learn more about Helen Nibs at her website Ripples of Light

Bright Blessings, Dana

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