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Interview With Clairvoyant & Animal Communicator – Nancy Mello

The amazing Nancy Mello has used her gift of psychic awareness not just for the benefit of human society, but also as an aid of animals and the animal kingdom. Her life’s story is amazing and equally filled with hardship and triumph. Recently, I had the distinct honor of speaking with Nancy, and I’m sure you will find her words inspirational.



Warlock Asylum: Thanks so much for taking the time to share a glimpse into her amazing work with our readers. Please introduce yourself. Who is Nancy Mello?

Nancy Mello: I am a psychic, medium, clairvoyant, and animal communicator that currently lives in Mystic, CT. I have two living children and one that passed away eight years ago. I am a military spouse to a U.S. Navy Sailor, who is currently deployed in the Middle East. I have two rescue cats and two rescue dogs. I plan on getting another pet while my husband is deployed because he specifically told me, “no more pets” (but that was clearly just a suggestion on his part.)

Warlock Asylum: What was your environment like during your formative years?

Nancy Mello: I grew up very introverted and an outcast in Northern California. My parents divorced when I was young. I was bullied relentlessly through elementary, middle, and high school. This was the 80s-90s and I don’t think adults really understood the impact that bullying had on children. I had no friends, and no matter how hard I tried to fit in – I stuck out. I was the “weird girl” and kids stayed away from me.

Warlock. Asylum: When did you become aware of your intuitive abilities?

Nancy Mello: When I was little I had imaginary friends that I couldn’t see but always hear in my head like a stream of consciousness. They played with me, and I felt, kept me safe. When I was six years old my grandmother came to me in my head to give my mom a message, and around that same time, the pigs we had on our farm also seemed to be able to communicate with me.

It wasn’t until my late teens that I actually understood the depth of my abilities, and that they weren’t meant to hurt me.

Warlock Asylum: How has your relationship with the world around you evolved because of your unique abilities?

Nancy Mello: I have gained a tremendous amount of empathy. I have spoken to people actively in jail, on the street that hasn’t led the most honorable life. It is amazing how similar we all are, and that such a thin thread separates the addict from the mom just trying to hang on. I stop in wonder a lot- whether it’s watching my evergreen plant struggle to grow or the caterpillar crossing the rock. The energy that emotes from every living thing is just incredible.

Warlock Asylum: Oftentimes, we hear words like “psychic” and mediumship” being sensationalized in the media. Can you share your definition of these terms with our readers?

Nancy Mello: For me, “psychic” is a catch-all word for someone that knows things that can’t be explained. “Gypsy”, “Soothsayer” “Intuitive” are all used interchangeably. Mediumship seemed to get lumped in with the other words as well, but it essentially means I can talk to dead people, (or in my case, dead people and animals.)

Warlock Asylum: What inspired you to help others with the abilities that you have?

Nancy Mello: My deep depression and anxiety that seemed to never leave me led me to search for my purpose and meaning. I had a breakthrough after a particularly serious bout with depression where I realized that I just wanted someone to tell me it was going to be okay. If someone could tell me that, it was easier to put one foot in front of the other and continue on. I realized that I was that person I was searching for and that I could help people and pets get the peace that I was so desperately craving myself. By starting to use my abilities, I was able to find that peace.

Warlock Asylum: What were some of the challenges that you had to overcome in order to make a career path of healing and mediumship?

Nancy Mello: Trusting that I wasn’t crazy- that what I was hearing what in fact, happening and that I wasn’t “making it up.” I had to get past the dogma of religion that told me I was going to hell if I practiced it, and that I had demons inside of me. It was a lot to overcome. Ultimately, I realized I had a calling, and I could either ignore it and not help people, or help people and let people think I was crazy.

Warlock Asylum: Specifically, as a clairvoyant, what are some of the services you offer?

Nancy Mello: I really enjoy helping with real estate- either buying, selling, or renting. Being able to pinpoint what needs to be done to get a place sold, or what an inspection might not show in a report. I also enjoy helping with business opportunities and ventures. It’s really exciting for me to see what people are capable of, and being able to give them that boost of confidence. I can also help with health-related matters, for instance, what is something the client needs to look out for, what can they do to improve their diet.

Warlock Asylum: One distinct feature of the services that you provide is your care and concern for animals. How did your profound love you have for animals develop?

Nancy Mello: Growing up on an agricultural farm in Northern California, the pets we had become my friends. I was aware I was neurologically atypical, and I had a hard time relating to kids my age.

My brother had pigs for 4-H “Poker, Smoker, and Joker” and I would go and cuddle with them in their pen. They seemed to understand me in a way that others couldn’t. We would get stray cats and dogs that would find their way to our house, and they were lost and lonely. My family would take them in if we could. I could relate to them. It was a kinship that hasn’t gone away.

Warlock Asylum: What are some of the things that you’ve learned about animals that you feel the world at large has yet to uncover?

Nancy Mello: Every single animal- from a fish to a whale- feels emotionally. They feel pain. They feel sadness. They feel lonely. They need love. To reject the notion that animals feel emotions is like rejecting that air exists because we can’t see it. I get emails that ask, “Can you talk to my fish? Can you talk to my lizard? My snake?” and I always go into it with an open mind. I have been amazed at what I have been able to pick up from animals (such as snakes) that as humans we often disregard. If we start to acknowledge that all animals feel emotion, however, then we would have to confront what we are doing to destroy their environment, factory farming, etc.

Warlock Asylum: How has your work as a clairvoyant shaped your life’s perspective?

Nancy Mello: I have a lot less fear about the future than I used to. Everything that happens (good or bad) I know there is a plan to it. My husband recently deployed to the Middle East (as an Active Duty US Navy sailor.) It was a hard goodbye. I was sad because he was leaving, but at the same time, I felt content knowing the Universe (God) has something wonderful in store for me while he is gone. I also have a lot more joy, because I know everything is part of a beautiful plan.

Warlock Asylum: In regards to working with others, what is one of your most memorable experiences, you’ve encountered to date?

Nancy Mello: I was speaking with a widow once of a man who had passed but was very present. I had spoken to several of his kids before, and he had actually come to me in a dream to give me more information. I sat down with her and I recall specifically putting my phone down between us, face down. I said this man’s name and “Siri” from my iPhone automatically replied, “I’m here!” Both of us just stared at my phone for a good thirty seconds silently in disbelief.

Last night I had a grandmother who had passed continue to show visible signs with both her granddaughter and daughter during the session. Apparently, she was quite the jokester in life. I was mentioning something about ghosts and a bag behind both of them flew across the room. I was hearing her talk about how she loved family get-togethers with food, and the granddaughter’s phone went off and the McDonald’s theme song played. (Apparently, the Grandmother loved McDonalds!) All of this is not out of the norm, however. It is wonderful to see signs during the session of loved ones who have passed over and be very present.

Warlock Asylum: What are some of the valuable life lessons that you’ve learned thus far?

Nancy Mello: Every single thing is out of our control. Control is an illusion, yet so many of us run around trying to control things- whether our schedules, our body, how our kids act. It’s out of our hands. Louise Hay (founder of Hay House) said, “Let the river flow” and I try to live by that. I actually will lift my hands up in the air sometimes when I notice I’m anxious or worried about something. Lifting my hands up (as you would on a roller coaster) signals to myself to let go- and let it flow. My life seems to sync so much easier when my hands are in the air than when I’m gripping the oars/handlebars.

Warlock Asylum: How can our readers take advantage of the services that you provide? What steps would be involved?

Nancy Mello: You can book a reading directly on my website: nancymello.com Where you can also read reviews and read my blog. If you want to find out more about me, you can find me on Instagram: Nancy.Mello.Psychic.Medium You can check out my cool dance moves or see my lip-syncing to Spice Girls on Tik Tok: nancy.mello, Facebook: facebook.com/nancymellopsychicmedium

Warlock Asylum: Where can we expect to see Nancy Mello in the near future? Any final thoughts?

Nancy Mello: I hope to continue to work with people and pets around the world. I would love to travel around the U.S. and Canada and do in-person readings, and I hope to continue my work with finding lost animals. My ultimate goal is to fund scientific research to specifically study the brain of people like myself who are psychics and animal communicators. I would love to be able to explain from a scientific standpoint how this is possible and how we can use this on a grander scale to help more people and animals.



 
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