Hannah Velten met her grief in 2003 when her brother, Christian disappeared on a solo expedition to Mali, Africa while retracing the footsteps of the Scottish explorer, Mungo Park. Christian vanished without a trace: no hard evidence, very few clues, no closure. His story and his future were lost with him. For more than a decade, Hannah lived in the stagnant waters of grief, unable to speak about Christian. His disappearance consciously and subconsciously consumed every aspect of her life until she hit a point where she had no choice but to surrender. To find the courage to look inwards for what was missing.
Hannah connected with Christian in spirit, and together they embarked on a new expedition to find all that was lost to them and heal their grief. She was able to retrace his last steps through trance-mediumship, finding the missing pieces of his story and along the way finding the missing pieces of herself. In their remarkable journey together, Hannah and Christian discovered an eight-step healing process that completely transformed Hannah’s life.
Amidst today’s trying times, the world is faced with the relentless challenge of overcoming the chaos and pain brought on by Covid-19 and social division. As a result, we are met with a second pandemic, one of individual and collective loss. This grief is real. The pain is valid. But this is the perfect time for wholeness to be found. Hannah has been called to share her story now, in a time when people have little choice but to sit in stillness with their loss.
Join Hannah (and Christian and guests!) as she tells her incredibly uplifting story and learn how you too can find your lost things. You can heal your grief and bring back joy and purpose to your life by looking inward, receiving support, and trusting deeply in yourself.
Full show notes: www.finderoflostthingspodcast.com
Hannah's private website: www.hannahvelten.online