Charmaine Wilson has experienced her own unhappy tragedies.
Charmaine Wilson has experienced her own unhappy tragedies.

Spirit medium visits Gladstone to bridge life-death divide

BRIDGING the divide between worlds is task most would shirk away from.

For internationally renowned spirit medium Charmaine Wilson, it is a calling she is unable to turn her back on.

Appearing at the Gladstone Entertainment and Convention Centre on May 3, she hopes to deliver messages of love and healing to her audience.

"I get so much out of sharing messages with those searching for answers," she said. If I can help one person in a small way, I have done my job.

"Death often just doesn't make sense, and we can get caught in focusing on the tragedy, rather than finding the reason to keep living.

I think I help bridge that gap… just a bit".

And more than just uniting people with the other side, Charmaine brings something unique through sharing her own personal tragedies.

She draws on the wisdom she has learnt from those experiences to offer practical steps on keeping your head above water after a heart-breaking death.

For nine successful years, the first series winner of Seven Network's show The One has travelled around Australia reaching out to those in need.

Now Charmaine is back on the tour bus to continue her mission of assisting to heal the hearts of those searching for a way out of their darkness.

With her third book of guidance out this year, Charmaine connects on a real level with her audiences.

Tickets to Charmaine's show cost $50. The show, from 7.30-9.30pm, is restricted to people aged 16 years and older.

More details and bookings here.



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