Dr. Amy Robbins is a licensed clinical psychologist and medium. As a result of many years working clinically with patients and seeing them struggle with fears regarding their own deaths and difficulty working through loss, Dr. Robbins started “Life, Death and the Space Between podcast” as a way to bridge the worlds of psychology and spirituality. Through this podcast, Amy uses the lens of death to help illuminate people’s lives.

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  • How Amy became a medium – 2:30
  • Losing her aunt because of Diabetes – 3:11
  • Her aunt’s after-death visit – 5:00
  • Her grandfather’s passing – 5:40
  • Receiving messages from her patients – 6:28
  • Searching for help – 7:20
  • Starting as a medium – 8:00
  • Using intuition in meditation – 9:40
  • How death opened up Amy’s life – 10:16
  • Life Soul regression – 11:49
  • Psychologically connected with her aunt – 13:50
  • Walking through a threshold – 14:50
  • Why people go to therapy – 16:59
  • Talking about death and dying with patients – 17:18
  • Crisis brings you to therapy – 17:51
  • Being comfortable with the idea of death – 19:53
  • Our entire lives are filled with little deaths – 21:51
  • What is life? – 25:49
  • Lisa reads some cards for Amy – 27:11
  • The beautiful part of death – 28:20
  • Exploring the multiple ways of healing – 31:24
  • Lisa reads some cards about the idea of coming out the spiritual closet – 35:23

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One Response to “The Lens Of Death, Illuminating People’s Lives With Amy Robbins – Episode 74”

  1. Jenna

    I like how Amy describes her connection with her aunt who died and how she feels much more of a connection to her now than she did when her aunt was alive. I think once people have crossed over to the other side the more negative aspects of their personalities disappear and we can feel connection, love, and guidance from that person, even if we did not have a close relationship when the person was alive. I love Amy’s point that when we are 18 every decision seems like it has life and death importance, since we do not have good perspective about life yet at that age. I like how Lisa and Amy talk about intuition and understanding the difference between a message that is just from your own mind and a message from the Divine. I agree that it is a feeling of knowing that differentiates it, and I like how Amy describes it as a mind-based vs a soul-based thought.

    I also really like Amy’s discussion about why people go to therapy. I agree that in the immediate aftermath of a crisis, it is really all about survival and just getting through the difficult and painful experience. But afterwards, when things have calmed down and we are not controlled as much by our emotions and immediate circumstances, this allows us to have more perspective. We can then use our experience to help us improve ourselves going forward by reflecting on and learning from our memory of the experience.

    Amy has a great point that much of our unhappiness is caused by life not meeting our expectations of it. It is important that we don’t become stuck in unhappiness when something in life doesn’t go the way we think it should, since life is under no obligation to meet our expectations. If things go wrong, or don’t go as expected, we can adjust, and perhaps something new will show up that is even better than what we were expecting in the first place. Amy gives great advice when she says we should be open and curious, not just about death, but about life in general. Sometimes I think one of the most enjoyable things is learning about something new or different, and often our life experiences, even those experiences that do not match our expectations, are what lead us to different interests and learning.


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