About Manon

From an early age Manon experienced the spirit world around him. Without knowing the ins and outs of this area, she intuitively knew they were special. Looking back, she always felt a kind of connection and emotional protection that made her feel safe at the time.


During an 'out of body' experience that occurred in her teenage years, she was given glimpses of the unseen world in all its forms and facets. A similar experience, only more intense, was repeated in her student days.


"Both experiences were special moments that left an unforgettable impression. Through these experiences I developed my own vision about the unseen world and life after death without being influenced by it from the outside. In hindsight, this has helped me immensely in discerning what my path would become within a world where so many theories are being found about the subject of the unseen world."


Raised in a musical family, Manon went to study at the conservatory at the age of 18. First as an oboist and later as a classical singer. After completing her studies, she worked passionately in the music world for years.


"When rehearsing an opera role, the challenge is to sing from your own emotional experience, while at the same time the focus must also be on the music and the singing technique as well as sensing and portraying the character and emotions of the character to be played. .


During this process I often felt a connection and source of inspiration that was still unknown to me at the time. Now  it has been these experiences that developed my mediumship naturally without my being aware of it at the time."


During Manon's work as a singer, her earlier spiritual experiences remained clear to her and she continued to feel attracted to this matter. The blood flows where it cannot go and she decided, in addition to singing, to delve into mediumship at the famous Arthur Findlay College in Stansted, where she developed under the guidance of leading mediums. Mediumship not only became her passion, but at the same time felt like a calling.


"The years that followed I researched and learned as much as possible in the field of mediumship. It not only brought more knowledge and experience as a medium, but at the same time I also went through a transformation myself. Of course this went through trial and error."  


After completing Gordon Smith's School of Intuitive Studies Advanced at the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Center in Edinburgh  Manon now works as a medium herself, giving consultations and demonstrations both at home and abroad, including at the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Center in Edinburgh

It is Manon's passion to pass on her acquired knowledge to others. To make people aware of how they can get closer to their sensitivity, as well as how they can develop and deepen their mediumistic abilities. If necessary, she uses her stage experience during lessons when students tend to clap when they have to stand in front of a group. Also, if a student is too much in the head during a mediumistic contact, instead of becoming the character as much as possible, what she likes to work on during a workshop demonstration mediumship. 


"Seeing the blossoming of the natural intuitive and mediumistic abilities that every person possesses in combination with personal development, such as tackling self-limiting thoughts that hinder the feeling of freedom within oneself, is what makes this whole process so special to experience."   Manon

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"Be not the slave of your own past. Plunge into the sublime seas, dive deep and swim far, so you shall come back with self-respect, with new power, with an advanced experience that shall explain and overlook the old."


                                                                                                                                                      Ralph Waldo Emerson