I stumbled on Rannie through Stories with Sapphire and let me tell you, it was definitely divine timing. When I listened to Sapphire’s podcast, there was something that attracted me to Rannie. I’ve always listened to my gut so I remembered right after I was done with the podcast, I scheduled what I thought would be general intuitive medium session (boy, was I wrong). It ended up being so much more than that.
I scheduled my session with Rannie on March 16th for April 1st. My Lolo passed away on March 25th and we were working on Logistics for his funeral. His funeral ended up being on the same day as my session with Rannie. We had the funeral all configured to a virtual ceremony where my family would be able to watch in the US. I battled with myself on keeping the session with Rannie because I didn’t want to miss a thing, but my gut kept telling me to keep this session because it was needed. I still get goosebumps to this day but I wholly believe that it was divine intervention that brought me to Rannie, and I am so appreciative of it.
When the session started, I thought it’d be a normal medium reading where I was hoping to connect with my Lolo to say goodbye and tell him I love him and that everything I did, was to make him proud. Yeezus, I was wrong, Rannie felt it too lol. We ended up doing an ancestor healing and it was much needed, there was a dark entity that was present and had been negatively affecting my lineage for quite some time. Rannie took the steps to move that energy away from my family. I cannot tell you how much lighter things have been with my family since and I no longer feel the darkness that I would often feel. My Lolo is at peace and my ancestors are healed. When she did the healing for my ancestors and myself – it felt like such a huge weight off my shoulders. She truly worked wonders and I fully believe she was put in my path at the time my family needed it the most.
I cannot thank her enough for being so warm and embracing
and am looking forward to our future connections. Her work is amazing and I am so happy I listened to my gut.
Agyamanak unay, Rannie.”