Jake is a dog who has moved around a lot in his life, but he's not a dog you're about to feel sorry for. He had many purposes and his stories are certain to teach you about what you value in life.
Mom and daughter came to receive sessions with Karen not too long ago, in the hopes that they would be individually supported through their respective marriages. What both of them received were absolute butt-kickings.
This is about a young man with Downs Syndrome delivering messages for his two sisters and their families. He is funny, kind and holding everyone in his family accountable to being the best versions of humans they can be.
In this week's episode of Coffee with the Sarlos Karen is sharing stories about 2 families who want to connect to deceased loved ones. The families aren't sure if timelines are important when it comes to seeking a medium, so they're giving it a shot and hoping for the best!
Today's episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is about a gentleman named Fred. Fred came to find out when his date of death would be and if his soul was ready to go.
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is a client-focused story that reveals the horrifying truth about sister’s death. Aggie books a session with Karen to hear from her sister, Wanda.
In this week’s unique episode of Coffee with the Sarlos Karen is weaving 4 stories together about children who have died and the families looking to connect with them. Each story shares its own lovely lesson about how families remember and how they are able to move forward with such grief.
On this week’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos Karen is facilitating a conversation between Darnell and his mom so that he can check in with her and get some solid tools to keep thriving in life!
(Dead)Jack apparated very early one sunny Saturday morning and told me I would have to be able to see him in different bodies. Then he disapparated as quickly as he had appeared. Time did not permit me to ask any questions of him. I filed this little piece of information in my memory and continued to get ready for my day. I should mention this happened in my washroom as I was putting on my make-up and doing my hair. My washroom is frequented by the spirit world often so today was no exception.
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos shares four stories of mediumship, all for parents who have lost their children. The common thread of these stories is the importance of uncovering cause of death.
On this week’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos Karen sits down with a 75 year old client named Maxine who is quite combative to say the very least! She comes in with a bull of a personality, determined to get what she wants and Karen isn’t skipping her dedication to process for anyone
The Universal Laws continue to be one of listeners’ favourite topics to hear and discuss, so back by popular demand is the Universal Law of Choice. This episode is based on a client story so that listeners can hear a real-life example of how this law plays out in decisions and actions. It’s playful, it’s kind and Janice is a trooper of a client for being able to digest this all and walk away ready to apply it all!
A remarkable ex-wife named Lynn came in one day for a session with Karen to check up on her deceased ex-husband. Here she was able to understand why her ex had created so much hardship in his own time on Earth and how that affected their relationship and it’s ultimate demise. This podcast allows listeners to hear the wonderful affirmations and relief that channeling can bring, even years after pain or trauma to the soul has occurred. <> You’re going to enjoy this one.
This week’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is no exception to the truthful, butt-kicking that the guides promise they’ll do in order to love us best!
The Universal Laws seem to consistently hit home with listeners of Coffee with the Sarlos, so this week Karen and Kelly are introducing yet another law- The Universal Law of Cycles. This podcast is sure to help you learn how to observe and evaluate your own personal cycles.
“Oh, my goodness I’m so excited Karen. I hope you get him. Can you? I mean do you always get them? What if he doesn’t want to talk to me?”Francine’s excitement and nervousness is common and understandable. We all feel it when we want something badly that is incredibly important to us. Our parent’s love can be one of those things. It can be a game changer in our lifetime to feel that we are deeply loved when they are alive and sometimes we still need reassurance of that love even after a parent has passed. This need for affirmation can mean the difference between self-confidence, self- sabotage or self-criticism.
Sue is a hypocrite and her dead husband Mitch isn’t sugarcoating a damned thing! In today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos Karen has the responsibility of delivering Mitch’s life-long confusion and frustration about his marriage and finally, Sue is in the right place to hear it.
Every single one of us experiences a disturbing thought that is passing. We “hear” it and we move on. But what happens when a disturbing thought is ruminated on? What happens when it creates a fear in us that we actively try to avoid? These are unwanted, intrusive thoughts and author, Sally Winston is on the show today to talk about what you can do to help yourself!
Today’s podcast is about two people who have known each other since childhood. Their families were friends, they became friends, then lovers and eventually one of them died.
Today’s episode of Coffee with the Sarlos is asking you to reconsider how you interact with and experience your deceased loved ones so that you can truly honour these relationships.
On Saturdays, beginning when I turned 12, I began working at my Dad’s funeral home doing the cleaning, answering the phone and babysitting my three younger siblings. They came over to the funeral home once my chores were done, usually just in time for lunch. I loved it so much, as they gave me some company to play cards, cribbage and hide and seek with.
Coffee with the Sarlos has been host to several beautiful horse stories throughout the years, and today’s episode is another one for the books! Did you know that you can learn much about emotional intelligence from working and interacting with horses? Carmen Theobald knows this for certain!
Asha is a bully and the guides aren’t letting her get away with a thing. During her personal session with Karen, Asha has the chance to hear how her mean, bullying behaviour is affecting not only her staff, but the deepest level of her soul. How does that become a retirement plan, you’re wondering? Find out on this week’s Coffee with the Sarlos
Today Karen and Kelly are welcoming both MJ Forget and Dr. Katrina Neil to Coffee with the Sarlos to discuss the fundamental education points about the pelvis. In what they hope to be part one of a series, these women are making the conversation more safe and accessible to listeners.
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