I’m Pam Coronado
and you’ve definitely come to the right place if you are looking for answers to some of life’s difficult decisions.
intuition is a powerful and unlimited resource in problem solving to provide answers to a whole host of issues, such as:
Am I on the right track in my career?
Should I buy the house I am considering?
How can I improve my love, family, and work relationships?
How do I develop my own intuition?
I have a missing loved one. Can you help me?
Daily Psychic Challenge
Practice sensing colors, shapes, textures, smells, and sounds. These are the basic building blocks of intuitive perception and are fun to work with. A random card will show telling you which perception you are practicing: Color, Shape, Texture, Smell, or Sound. Then, focus internally before clicking on the card to reveal your answer and feedback. For more complex challenges, visit the Resources page.
Pick Random Card
Quiet the mind and the soul will speak.
Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati
Teaching others to step into their own unlimited potential is an important part of my work.
I love teaching all aspects of intuitive development, the basics, forensics, remote viewing, and mediumship. After all, we are all intuitive beings.
Pam has demonstrated her skills on live
television for several networks, including:
A&E, Biography Channel, and Discovery Channel.
SATURDAY JuLY 16th 3:30 PM Pacific
How to Support the Grieving and Understand Ambiguous Loss
“Some things can’t be fixed, but they can be carried.” –Megan Devine
If you have never suffered the loss of someone close, count yourself very fortunate. Regrettably, that day will come for all of us. However, if you haven’t been in those painful shoes, it’s easy to unintentionally make a misstep when trying to support others who are. When someone is in the early stages of grief, the world seems to move in slow motion and everything is amplified. They are so open and vulnerable in that moment that your actions and words will make a deeper imprint, for good or bad, than you ever imagined. Knowing how to navigate this complex time and bring real comfort is a skill we all need.
For those who want to work in forensics and assist the families of victims, there is the additional trauma of violence or the never ending slog of the unknown, also called ambiguous loss, that we need to know how to navigate. You will hopefully never know exactly what it feels like to live through this experience but you can learn to be a healing force for those who need help finding meaning and discovering hope in the face of ambiguous losses.