Consultations for Caregivers

In consultations, Louise often initiates telepathic conversations with the higher self of clients’ partners (+ ‘exes’), relatives, friends, employers — souls existing in the physical or ‘non-physical.’ This process of coming together on a higher frequency of truth and authenticity promotes healing, resolution, and powerful shifts in people's lives.

Louise accomplishes this by ‘merging’ (remotely) with that aspect of another’s consciousness that overrides the personality-self, engaged in earthly drama, ego-driven agendas, or a karmic cycle of repeating themes. This process also demonstrates the existence of a 'continuum of consciousness' that exists — beyond time and death.

Over the years, Louise has also interpreted (telepathically) the thoughts of clients’ loved ones whose lives are being sustained on life-support or in a coma. The remarkable accessibility of ‘nonlocal’ consciousness enables her to communicate with those souls on a level where they're unaffected by the restrictions and limitations of the physical self — and in some cases, the brain's diminished capacity.

More recently, she has been utilizing this higher self communication to reach those afflicted with the effects of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, autism and stroke. Similar to the way the game of Charades is played, souls pantomime for Louise certain scenes and transmit clear thoughts concerning their needs and preferences, fears or troublesome issues. They also convey their awareness of moments occurring with family members and others around them.

At the conclusion of these higher self conversations, Louise routinely asks the soul to give her a ‘sneak preview of a cosmic wink,' some sort of signal they'll send along to her client (the caregiver) in the following days to confirm that their telepathic conversation with Louise did, indeed, occur. Clients report finding the coins (pennies, nickels and quarters “from heaven”), discernible gestures, or actual spontaneous winks they've previewed for Louise.

Gift to Caregivers

Louise is offering 1/2 hour phone consultations (at a special $75 rate) to dedicated caregivers tending to loved ones and patients who are unable to communicate, verbally. (The afflicted one does not need to be in your physical proximity at the time of the scheduled session — Louise gets the best results working remotely!) Louise is interested in collecting evidence of positive behavioral changes observed in the aftermath of these sessions, where some report a decrease in agitated or belligerent behavior, and/or an overall sense of peace and calm in the subject, which they attribute to the afflicted one having been heard. Everyone has a need to be heard.

I had a complementary reading from you to assist with my caregiving for my mother which has been quite intense and demanding. Mom passed away just a couple of weeks after I spoke to you - very sad and very hurtful for me, but it has been, to a significant degree, alleviated by your words and your counsel. Thank you, Louise.

Support from Dr. Larry Dossey:

Mon, Apr 23, 2018

Dear Louise,

Your work with telepathic communication with Alzheimer's and similar individuals strikes me as very important and portends a fruitful direction neglected in modern medicine. I've long been fascinated by research in "terminal lucidity," in which brain-compromised people seem to "wake up" and communicate normally shortly before dying. How the heck does that happen? It suggests that's there's a lot going on in these compromised brains we are not aware of -- and your approach is a way of encouraging that hidden intelligence to surface.

As to getting this information into public awareness: keep doing what you are doing -- writing, speaking, "telling about it," as Pulitzer-winning poet Mary Oliver says in her poem "Sometimes":

Instructions for living a life:
Pay attention.
Be astonished.
Tell about it.

I don't have any sure-fire methods beyond what you're already doing. I struggle with these questions myself, as do most of my colleagues in the consciousness-raising community. We need always to be aware of the fact that, although progress seems slow, we are making astonishing progress, moving from a materialistic to a nonlocal view of consciousness as fundamental, unitary, eternal, immortal. What you are doing counts!

Much love,

~ Larry
Author: One Mind: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters

TESTIMONIALS FROM CAREGIVERS

From mother with daughters suffering from autism:

Louise, you’re so talented, pleasant to speak with and provide such a beautiful service!!! This really brought such a sense of peace to [my husband] and myself and I know to the girls!
Things used to get so wild and crazy, we sometimes got distracted from the fact that there’s a really good reason for all the chaos. You even touched on past lives of the girls that just made a ton of sense and was super helpful in understanding why we’re going through this now. Thank you thank you thank you so so much!!! ~ AZ

From caregiver who was tending to his 95-year-old mother with dementia:

My mom passed away, just a couple of weeks after I spoke to you — very sad and hurtful to me, but it has been to o a significant degree, alleviated by your words and your counsel. Thank you, Louise. ~ SM

From caregiver whose mothers diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2016, "She is still verbal but mostly delusional so rarely can I have conversations that make any kind of sense anymore."

Just to share with you some confirmation that came recently when I worked with you in the 2019 group reading, you told me that my mom was going to be excited to be attending classes with me (in the non-physical) when I started teaching online. You said to look for a sign of her pointing to a window where there are red flowers and bringing my attention to the view as confirmation that you are connecting with her higher Self. The day after the session with you when I saw my mom the first thing she said to me was, “I’ve been at school.” And “you were the teacher.” I just had to laugh. Then after we spent the afternoon together we went down to her room and she asked me to “ open the windows because she wanted to take a look at the view.” (Something that she never does.) She said that she liked the view because “she could see all the levels from there.” LOL. That happened just the day after our mini-reading together.

— Also, I don't know if I ever shared this story with you:

In one of the sessions right after my dad passed 20 years ago you shared that my dad would be communicating with me through a bird or something about a bird. And you asked if there had been any "close encounters" with birds and told me to keep an eye out for one. Well it wasn't until later that I started to recognize what you were talking about. When my dad was passing I had a few moments alone with him and was singing the Beatles song "Blackbird" to him. You know, "Take these broken wings and learn to fly..." That has become one of the ways he communicates with me over the years since his passing.

An especially poignant moment happened two Christmases ago when I took my mom out to a resort on Christmas eve after she was already progressing into Alzheimer's. I had never told her about these communications and we were sitting together having dinner when she said to me, "Del (my dad's name) was telling me today about...," and she stopped herself and asked me if my dad was still alive. I said he wasn't alive, but added that, "that doesn't mean he wasn't talking to you." She said that she could swear that he was with her all day. And I said maybe he came to help us celebrate the holidays! Then I decided to tell her for the first time about how he communicates to me at special times through the song "Blackbird" to let me know that he is still around. Well as it happens there was a live musician in the lounge where we were eating and literally the next song he played was "Blackbird." She couldn't believe it, and well I absolutely knew he was there with us that night to help us celebrate the holidays! ~ DT