The grieving process and the roads it may lead us to. On this episode we are joined by Sara Beaupre, a powerful and dynamic Psychic Medium with deep roots in Northeast Wisconsin. Sara knows first-hand what it’s like to experience the depths of grief. In 2011, her only child of just four years old passed away in a tragic accident. Through the loss of her four-year-old son, she began her journey and embraced her remarkable ability to communicate with departed loved ones. In 2017, Sara was featured in YOU Magazine and is a credible and reputable member of Bob Olson’s Best Psychic Directory.

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Show Notes

  • Sara’s background – 1:22
  • Her son’s passing – 1:37
  • Hearing voices in her head – 4:12
  • Taking a mediumship class – 4:38
  • Her son’s visit – 7:11
  • Making mediumship a career – 9:19
  • Working with excellent teachers – 10:40
  • Stories about her readings – 12:03
  • The purpose of mediumship – 17:25
  • Opening people’s minds – 18:43
  • Skepticism about mediumship – 21:02
  • Lisa reads some cards for Sara – 25:08
  • Focusing on what you want to do – 26:07
  • Finding a mentor who supports you – 30:59
  • Lisa reads some cards about our lives – 31:51


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One Response to “Spirits Will Always Help You Go On The Right Direction with Sara Beaupre – Episode 63”

  1. Jenna

    I enjoyed Lisa’s interview with Sara Beaupre. The most devastating thing that can happen to a mother is to lose a child. It is always interesting to hear about someone who goes on a spiritual quest in response to a traumatic event occurs in their lives. Many times in these situations the seeker finds Jesus, but it makes sense that some of them would become psychic mediums instead. It is interesting how Sara had a teacher who was a big influence on her. I enjoyed it when Sara talks about how it is hard for her to delegate things to other people. I know that can be difficult, but sometimes it is the right thing for people to do so they can focus on their most important skills, and let other people take care of the rest. That is the beauty of specialization.

    It is always enlightening for me to hear about how people ended up where they are in life, so the interviews Lisa has been doing with other mediums are interesting to me. I am not as interested specifically in that these people became mediums like many of Lisa’s other listeners probably are, but I am interested in a broader sense of an event changing the direction of someone’s life. You never know what is going to happen, my life has certainly had several unexpected twists and turns. That is a big change when Sara went from being a dental hygienist to being a medium. I like how Lisa says people should seek out what they want to do in life, I agree that is very true.


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