Meet Michele!

Michele Sammons is an inspirational author, spiritual teacher, and highly-attuned guide who works with clients worldwide helping them transform their lives through divine guidance.

As an empath and intuitive, Michele’s light-hearted, joyful approach embraces her clients right where they are on their spiritual path and gently guides them to personal clarity and understanding. She is passionate about working with Spirit to uplift others while spreading love and joy along the way.

Michele makes her home in Memphis, Tennessee, with her husband Scott and chocolate Labrador, Dewey. Michele is the author of The Little Book of Big Knowing: Tiny Bursts of Insight to Wake Up Your Soul and Intuitive Companion: Consult Your Inner Guru for Everyday Guidance.

Michele’s work is featured in Authority Magazine, Thrive Global, and Well Defined.

Her intuition is amazing, she can often spot what I can’t quite uncover. Crystal Roberts, Il

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