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Life Beyond Physical Death & The Non-Binary-ness Of Spirit

Broadcast on October 14, 2021
With Ash Canty
Hosted by Lisa Bonnice

Based on what they have learned as a medium traveling to the other side, there is so much beyond this physical life form — and that knowledge can lessen fear around physical death. Ash Canty also shares about the non-binary-ness of the spirit world, as it has been showed to them in different realms. This inspiration gives so much active hope for what is actually possible here in this physical realm.

In this session, you'll discover:

  • How being connected to the spirit world can lessen fear of physical death
  • How the non-binary-ness of spirit can serve as liberation for our souls in physical form
  • How profound healing can happen both here in the physical world and on the other side
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Ash Canty

Death Walker & Psychic Medium

Ash Canty (they/he) is a queer, black, non-binary death walker, and psychic medium. Their ancestors are Indigenous peoples of West Africa, Indigenous tribes of Mexico, and white European colonizers. They support and walk others through the threshold of death in ritual and radical presence, and they are led by spirit and their ancestors in all the work they do.

They offer private mediumship readings where they serve as a channel between the physical world and the spirit world. They hold deep space and deliver profound, direct, and clear messages from loved ones on the other side. They create deep spaciousness in their deathcare work for others, aiding them in stepping into a non-linear time-space to hold conversations around being with the grief, and praise of being alive. They provide virtual one-on-one death mentoring services to families and loved ones who are in the active stages of dying, and also to those still living who are are in need of support in grappling with leaving this physical existance for the next one.

Ash Canty