Science and spirituality are often pitted against one-another as enemies that contradict each other. However, a more nuanced view may reveal that science and spirituality can co-exist and that people can incorporate the benefits of both in their lives.
Nancy Mello is someone who advocates for this viewpoint. As a psychic medium, animal intuitive, and clairvoyant, Nancy has seen firsthand the benefits that embracing aspects of spirituality can have.
While science gives us wonderful things like toasters and smartphones, tapping into the spiritual side of life can bring benefits that you can’t create in a laboratory. Nancy’s past clients who have engaged her to speak with deceased pets and loved ones cite the incredible sense of closure and relief that they get from being able to hear from those that are no longer physically present with them.
Nancy has even used her abilities to assist with the finding of lost pets – there’s nothing quite like seeing an animal reunited with their loving owner. Her readings with pets can also help diagnose behavioral issues and lead to better outcomes for both them and their owner.
In all of her work, Nancy is focused on making people happier by connecting them with those they love dearly but can no longer speak to directly. It’s not something that needs a scientific explanation, but Nancy is, to her credit, interested in exploring her brain chemistry in comparison to someone who is not a psychic and clairvoyant.
One of Nancy’s goals is to actually fund research into studying way the minds of people like her work. Through this research, Nancy hopes that a greater understanding of the brain can be reached, allowing everyone to benefit from this new knowledge.
Ultimately, Nancy is living proof of the fact that spirituality can provide real value to people when it is given a chance.
Fergus Murray is the lead editor for Business News Ledger. Fergus has been working as a freelance journalist for nearly a decade having published stories in the New York Times, The Plain Dealer, The Daily Mail and many others. Fergus is based in Detroit and covers issues affecting his city and New York State. When he is not busy writing, Fergus enjoys jogging.