Amanda Linette Meder is a writer, teacher, naturalist, psychic medium, and lover of all things natural and supernatural.
After nearly ten years of building a career in the natural sciences field–while studying and interacting with the Spirit World during her down times–Amanda began to feel as though she was leading two separate lives.
That all changed when she–a total science nerd and a spirit nerd–fused the two worlds together and started sharing all that she has learned on her journey to help educate others on spiritual development through her writings, education seminars and programs.
Amanda’s professional experience in teaching comes from her work with: Project Wet, Project Wild, City of Lincoln, Nebraska, USEPA, Nebraska Environmental Trust, Grid Alternatives, San Diego Zoo – Safari Park, and Auburn University among others. She completed her spiritual training from Dianne Thomas with the International Center for Reiki Training, Debra Katz and the International School of Clairvoyance, the Horizon Center of Intuitive Awareness and Spiritual Healing in Atlanta, GA, and others.
Amanda holds a Bachelors of Science from the University of Nebraska and a Masters of Science from Auburn University, as well as various certifications in permaculture, wilderness first aid, and natural homestedding techniques.