Lyndall A. Demere, Ph.D., Msc.D. is a gifted psychic medium. She is a Member Healer and Trainer of the World Federation of Healers, since 1991. Lyndall is a Harry Edwards Healing Sanctuary registered Healer. She has been leading Mastery Seminars in Spiritual and Psychic Development on the West Coast and in Washington, D.C. since 1987. Lyndall has appeared on TV News Shows on both coasts of the US.
Lyndall was Ordained as a Minister in the International Metaphysical Ministry in 1993. She became a Doctor of Metaphysical Science in 1995. Lyndall received a Ph.D., Metaphysical Counseling in 1996 from the University of Metaphysics. Lyndall has been devoted to the study of Metaphysics since she was an adolescent. She also has earned advanced degrees from Temple University in Philadelphia.
Lyndall is a gifted Psychic and Spiritual Healer. She has facilitated many diverse groups in Spiritual Development. She is available for consultations in Spiritual Direction by phone, Skype,
and in her office in Carmel, California.
Lyndall has published: THE WAY OF LOVE MAGDALENE SONGS OF TRANSFORMATION, a metaphysical novel that includes guided meditations, creative intimacy, spiritual development and the benefits of spiritual practice: http://www.amazon.com/The-Way-Love-Magdalene-Transformation/dp/148340076X/
Lyndall’s website: internationalassociationofmetaphysicians.com
Review of Lyndall Demere’s book, The Way of Love: Magdalene Songs of Transformation.
Lyndall Demere seems to have an extraordinary link with the holy figure of Mary Magdalene. Reading her book on the mother of the Roman Catholic faith, I could feel the emotionally- charged rapturous connection in waves. It is a very unusual book in that it is so much more than “just” a book. If you want to experience how it feels and what it means to have a strong spiritual connection with a divine figure read this book. The concepts of devotion and adoration are pretty abstract but this book will communicate what it means to experience these states of grace. It is not a dusty, remote read which leaves you bemused, it is immersive and extremely moving. If I were to recommend some accompanying music, it would have to be Hildegard Von Bingen, the 13th century nun who was the first woman on record to write music for devotional purposes. Add a little Gregorian chant and some Monteverdi and you will enjoy the most hypnotic and blissful reading experience imaginable. I couldn’t recommend Lyndall’s book more.
— S. Ludgate, Filmmaker