By R. Scott Reedy
The Falmouth-born, Osterville-based Perry will be a lot closer to home, however, when she appears at Wicked Local’s Ladies Night Out — an evening of fun that includes pampering, shopping, a deejay, light hors d’oeuvres and a signature cocktail — on May 10 at the Westford Regency in Westford.
A: “I connect people to the world of spirits, proving the continuity of life. I do this by talking about the life lived, the life shared and the life reunited, so that healing can take place. Bringing through a spirit helps people heal from loss.”
A: “I’ve always been sensitive to spirit since childhood, so it has always felt very natural for me to connect. To me, connecting with the spirit world is like breathing. It is a skill and talent I can teach to others, too. I feel we all have the gift to connect to our departed loved ones. It is just a question of how we use it.”
A: “My goal is to show people that their true purpose in life is to express their radiant and true self as they were originally created. I’ll start by assessing the audience’s energy and then together we’ll relax, meditate and connect. It will be a three-way connection — between the spirit, the audience and me. Together, we will bring forth love, joy, harmony and peace, with the healing of spirit.”
Q: What’s needed for a successful group reading?
A: “First, you need an open mind and an open heart. You need to be able to trust, surrender and relax. And you can’t get fixated on connecting with only a single individual, because the messages can come from all different people. I build the energy, but I don’t pick and choose who comes through. Even if you don’t get a message, it will still touch your soul to see someone else make a spirit connection.”
A: “I’m very proud that I’ve learned to trust spirit and I can now show others how to feel that trust. When I allowed spirit to lead me, it changed my life dramatically. I found my power. I think we all need to listen to our inner voice more. That’s what spirit is all about.”