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Episode: 56 My Queen And I – Was She Your Queen Too?

EP: 56 Transcript


My Queen and I. Was she your Queen too? Find out in the next episode of Medium Well with Psychic Sharyn Rose. Of course, we have all witnessed the end of an era a few weeks ago when Queen Elizabeth passed away. Sharyn has been alive as long as the Queen has reigned – for 70 years! So how has this monarch’s presence affected the story of our very own Sharyn Rose? Find out now.

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How the passing of Queen Elizabeth has affected the story of psychic Sharyn Rose

Hello again. And welcome back to Medium Well with Psychic Sharyn Rose. Welcome to Episode 55. And the topic of this episode is My queen and me. And the relationship I had with her for 70 years. We’re in the position right now; I’m in the timeline because you’ll also listen to this. But right now, it is September 16th, 2022. And the Queen will be buried three days from now on Monday, the 19th of September. And when the Queen passed, I felt so very, very sad. It is true; she made a massive difference in the world, to many different countries, and many different people for many other reasons. And the reason that I wanted to share. I wanted to talk to you about her today and her story. And my story because of the impact she had on me.

When I was young, we had a picture of Queen Elizabeth on the classroom wall.

When I was a little girl, I went to a small school. From grade 1 to grade 7. We had three classrooms. Now, I want, first of all, I need to let you know that as the Queen was doing her 70th year of duty as a Queen, I am turning 70 This year, she became Queen, the year I was born and coronated, of course, in 1953. But I was born in ’52. So I started school in the ’50s. And through the ’60s is my most of my schooling. And in the preceding years of 1 to 7, we had one school with three schoolrooms and three classes. And it was small, and we were greats 1’s and 2’s in one class and 2’s and 3’s and part 4’s in the other. And then part of the other part of fours and fives and sixes. So anyways, and the teachers managed to, I don’t know how they did it, but they did it. Anyways, one of the things that, and for those of you that haven’t heard any of the other podcasts that don’t know about any other podcasts, and by the way, I am going to be pulling a card and affirmation card from Cheryl Richardson’s affirmation deck at the end of this episode. So stick around, don’t go away. When we were young, one of the things that we did, as we had a picture of the Queen. Of Queen Elizabeth in our classroom. And every classroom had a picture of the Queen on their wall, and we always stood beside our desks. And we would pledge allegiance to the Queen. And we did this every day. And I can remember because my childhood, when I was younger, was just not happy. I was never pleased. I was always sad and scared a lot of the time. And I used to look at the picture of the Queen. And I had a great imagination as a kid. And fairy tales were my thing. So princesses, princes, queens, and kings were part of my imaginary world. And the Queen, I knew she was real. I knew she was a real person because it wasn’t a cartoon. And it wasn’t animated. And it wasn’t just a drawing. It was a picture of her. And she had this beautiful blue sash, crown, and dark hair. She was beautiful, her gorgeous gown. And I looked at her every day from grade 1 to grade 7. Now that’s a long time to look at somebody and feel like you’re a part of their story. Or better yet, they’re a part of your story. Because things were difficult and got increasingly difficult as the school years went on. The Queen, the Queen’s image, the Queen’s impact, the Queen’s meaning, and the Queen’s power became a very, very real part of my life and my story. I believed that if the Queen could be the Queen, I could be whatever I wanted because she was the Queen, and I knew she was a person, a real person just like me. She was the Queen, and I could be and do and have whatever it is I would choose to be done and have no matter what. I was told at home or other environments where things weren’t quite optimistic. The fact is that today I watched the other day when she was lying in state in Edinburgh, Scotland, and I saw the royal, the Princess, standing vigil with Princess Anne Princess Royal standing vigil. And today, again, she’s now lying in state in Westminster Abbey. And she has again; the Princes and Princess Royal are again standing in vigil for her and honouring her as she lies in state.

She was the Queen and impacted everyone, from the public to her grandchildren.

And it made me understand there’s been a lot of controversy around the royal family in the last few years. There’s been a lot of discussion about the royal family always. If you go back to the past years at the Tudors, wow. I mean, all kinds of stuff were being done that, you know, King Henry, divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived. That’s the story of his wives, six wives, and one lived, and there’s divorce too. Divorce, but they weren’t necessarily, you know, back in the day. And the same with our kings and queens of this day and era. And the same with Queen Elizabeth II. She’s had her share of sadnesses and grief. She had her share of stories and trauma, and drama. She had her share of challenges. And, yet, no matter what happens, no matter what happens, her family is there. Her sons and her daughter are there for her, as are her grandsons and her granddaughters. She has eight grandchildren, and they will all be standing vigil. I believe tomorrow night on Saturday, the 17th; they’re going to be standing guard. So by the time you hear this, that will already all have been done. She will also have already been buried alongside Prince Philip. But I guess what I’m trying to say is all the controversy of the last couple of years has shaken the Royals to their core and Royalists, like me, who respect the royal family. And honour everything they’ve done. She was a woman of integrity, honour and love. She represented precisely what we would like to be at our best selves. And when you look at the controversy that’s gone on, all the things that have happened, the scandals, the stories, the tabloids in the media, and all the stuff that’s taken over the story of the royal family. They overcame all of them, and they’re still crushing it. King Charles III allowed Harry and Edward to wear their uniforms while they stood vigil. That’s important. They’ve also all come together. There was a time when we saw just yesterday of the heir apparent, which of course is now Prince William, and Harry, his brother, and their wives walking together as the crowds were leaving flowers and notes and letters and letters and Paddington bears outside the gates. They were going in; they were greeting the people in the group. And they were shaking hands and, and sharing conversation with some of them. And they were doing it together, the four of them. And I know, I know that this is a time when they’re grieving. They’re all suffering. And I know it’s a time when we want families to come together. And we want the family to see the family united and unified. And will it last? I don’t know. But it doesn’t matter. What they’re doing for the world right now, what she did for the world for 70 years, the family continues to do for the world. They show unity. They show family. They show love. They show respect. They offer a ceremony. They share their pain; they’re sharing their sadness. They’re allowing the rest of the world to grieve right alongside them.

Grief is meant to be a moment of loss and sadness that will eventually fade.

And as a medium, I understand grief. And I know how grief can get a hold of somebody and hang on to them for a long time. And suffering isn’t meant to be like that. Grief is meant to be a moment of loss, a moment of sadness, and it will eventually fade so that you don’t forget the person you lost. You still love the person you lost. You still care for them, and you still have memories of them. And you still remember some of the sadness and joys, but mostly the joys. And as grief lessens and time passes, you carry on with your life and your story because it’s not your time to go. It’s not your journey yet. You’re not on that mission.

The family is united in their sadness and standing vigil.

So for the royal family, what they’re doing is, they’re very staunch and very courageous. And they learned how to be that way from the Queen. And some people would love to see the royal family collapse. They’d love to see a dynasty destroyed because there are just people like that, but it won’t be destroyed; it’s not going to collapse is going to survive; it’s going to thrive! There will be change; of course, there will. But for those connected to the Queen, I want you to know that it’s okay to be sad, no matter what anybody else says. She was a huge influence, and the world has now shifted. And it’s okay if others don’t agree with you. That’s alright too. Everybody has a different opinion. And I know many people disagree with me on this. I know they don’t. But the families are united in their sadness, and the families are united in their grief; we can see that as an example of how we can move forward in our lives to be the best we can be. I believe the Queen became empowered through all the challenges, conflicts, shadows, and stories around her. And as you know, I think that we learn and grow through conflict, calm, contrast and challenge. And she did; she became a magnificent figure, and to all the little girls that watched her as they were growing up, all the children who were influenced by her and by Prince Philip. And by watching Charles grow up, Andrew, the princess, Harry and William, and just watching them all grow. We’ve all adored them. At some point, we’ve admired them through their pomp and ceremony, and we’ve admired the work that they’ve been able to do. So I’m here to say to all the young people out there that I was having a conversation today with my producer, and she said, You know, I don’t remember the Queen having that big of an impact on my life. Because I mean, she wasn’t born until after Elvis died. My goodness sake, we talked about that today, too. And so my generation, those of us baby boomers, feel the effect of the Queen’s passing. And we feel the love she had for the world. And we feel the strength she had. And she guided many of us. But this girl, she helped me survive. She helped me be who I am today. She helped me reach beyond adversity, beyond pain, beyond sadness, and go for the best of me. And I’m still running, I’m still getting, but she helped me so very much become who I was supposed to become. Just like she became who she was supposed to become. And we come from two different worlds. I’ve never actually sat at a table with Queen Elizabeth II. But I knew her. I knew her in my heart. And just like she knew every community member

in her heart, she loved the people. And she was a true Queen.

The Queen’s impact on me

So I just wanted to say that we would be different ourselves without somebody like her in our existence, in our stories, at least for people like me. We would have different experiences in life. She was my focus. For seven years, I focused on the everyday – the Queen – so that I could do what she could do. And I could become somebody unique and essential. And I could make a difference in the world. And I could have integrity, and I could be honest, and I could love, and it was okay to be sad. And I could have my feelings, and I could be substantial, even though I was a girl because that was something we were up against in the 50s and ’60s. Very much so. So I want to share that with you guys. I just wanted to say, you know, rest in peace, Your Majesty; we love you.

Be prosperous and allow yourself to connect to people that you feel you have a connection to

And now I’m going to pull a card. As I mentioned, I will draw a card from Shelley Richardson’s deck. I also want to share something else with you. We have started a new YouTube channel! Woo hoo! We have, and I’m going to have the link here, and you’ll be able to go to the YouTube channel, and you’ll be able to subscribe to it, and we invite you to do that. That would be nice. We’d appreciate it so that you’re going to be notified. Or you’ll notice when new episodes come up, and you’ll be able to listen to them on YouTube. It also gives us a format to start interviews, which I’m encouraged to do. Here’s an affirmation. Here’s the card I pulled. And it’s out of the Prosperity section of the deck. And the claim is, “I am worthy of more prosperity, and I opened my heart and my hands to receive it now.” I am worthy of more prosperity and opened my heart and hands to receive it now. I repeated that because worth is not only about money, it’s about capital: I prosper in love, I grow, and in health, I prosper. In my wealth, I flourish; in my work, I thrive; with my friends and family and go forth and grow. Is that not the expression right directly from the Bible? Well, sure, I think so. I’m not a biblical feel. I don’t have a lot of information about the Bible. But anyways, so be prosperous, and allow yourself to connect to people you feel you have a connection to that will help you overcome the challenges and difficulties like my queen did for me. Thanks for less than this time, guys. Thank you very much. I appreciate you. And I will see you next time. Bye-bye for now.


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