Tammy Lee Anderson
Tammy Lee’s academic journey is closely intertwined with her spiritual journey, influenced by near-death experiences, extended time in monastic communities, and martial arts training. Experiencing three near-death experiences, two at under a year old and another at twenty-three, ignited a profound curiosity about life’s mysteries and the unseen realms. These encounters prompted her to explore spirituality and dedicate her life to service and healing.
At the age of 17, Tammy’s friendship with a priest gifted in healing exposed her to the world of spiritual healing. She became aware of her own healing and spiritual mediumship abilities after witnessing thousands of healings. However, it would be many years before she fully embraced this path. Instead, she sought to explore religious life and deepening her connection through prayer, drawing inspiration from mystics like Thomas Merton, Br. Roger of Taize, St. John of the Cross, Thich Nhat Hahn, the Dalai Lama and many more.
Her journey led to a Benedictine Monastery hermitage, where she spent a year in the quiet silence of the desert, delving into prayer and contemplative practices. Afterward, she pursued academic studies in Theology and Philosophy, broadening her understanding of diverse religious perspectives. Following her studies, she immersed herself in various U.S. and European religious communities, delving into comparative religious studies. Her exploration encompassed meditation practices like Zen Meditation and Vipassana.
Her spiritual development and connection to Spirit continue to evolve with guidance from respected mentor, the esteemed Spiritual Medium Eileen Davies, teachings from Spiritual Teacher Suzanne Giesemann, two years and over 500 readings on the VerySoul platform, education at the prestigious Arthur Findlay College in the U.K., and immersion in the teachings of the Monroe Institute. Her spiritual development and connection to Spirit continue to evolve.