Who are we?

The Channeling Erik Mediums website is more than just a website for mediums. We are a community of mediums, energy healers, and spiritual and life coaches that have been inspired and helped through the Channeling Erik blog. We not only showcase experienced mediums, energy healers, and spiritual and life coaches, but we also showcase those that are still practicing on honing their skills and figuring out who they are as a lightworker. You can request services and contact mediums, energy healers, and coaches through their profile under the appropriate tab. This website is more than a place for mediums, healers, and coaches to gain exposure and clients. It’s a place of growth for both the mediums/healers/coaches and for the sitter. This is what makes our website unique because we cater to both experienced and those practicing to become experienced

Who is Erik?

Erik Medhus is the very reason for the existence of the Channeling Erik blog. He is a young man in spirit who speaks to his mother through the use of mediums to relay messages of what life is like in the afterlife, what life means for us here in the physical, what the human experience is, what reality is, and the list goes on and on. He has helped many of us who have felt lost, grief-stricken, and depressed by giving us something we were all looking for, and that is hope. The following is a text taken directly from the Channeling Erik blog written by Erik’s mother, Dr. Elisa Medhus:

Erik would be the first to admit that he is no Oracle of Delphi. He does not claim to be a Dalai Lama, the Great Messiah, a mountaintop guru, or even a wise sage. No, he is a flawed human being who, like many of us, has battled his own dragons both inward and outward. He has stumbled and failed time and time again. But perhaps because of his foibles, he has a deep understanding of the human experience. He knows what it’s like to be neck deep in a foxhole of misery clawing desperately in the mud to pull himself out. He also knows what it’s like to feel hopelessness, to give up, to believe that life is not worth the pain, the trouble and the setbacks. But these attributes, these trials and tribulations offer another type of wisdom. One we can relate to in the shadow of our own hardships. That said, however young, flawed and imperfect, Erik is a voice worth hearing. He is one of us.

I hope that better explains who Erik is because my mere words could not do him justice. Please check out the Channeling Erik blog and Facebook Page in our links tab!