A Conversation with Anthony William
by Sydney L. Murray
I have been privileged to have had the opportunity to work with Anthony William. He is a medical psychic and is committed to helping those that have either physical or emotional issues or illnesses. When I first spoke to him, his commitment to many ill children truly touched my heart. After two and a half decades of helping people, he is ready to step out into the proverbial spotlight.
Vision Magazine: What is a medical psychic?
Anthony William: It has everything to do with accuracy. And that's the difference. It may sound overconfident or however you want to look at it, but it's about accuracy. And a medical psychic handles different things than other types of healers or intuitives—in a nutshell, if someone needs answers and they are desperate for these answers, and they've been everywhere, they've done everything. (Most of the people that come to me have seen at least 20 different practitioners, whether it be allopathic or alternative.) A lot of people are down on their knees, they've lost all hope, they've lost all faith in their ability to heal, and they need something more than what the usual information is, information that is constantly going around between all the different practitioners and doctors and healers. Because a medical psychic has to know more than what a man [or woman] knows.
So the information that I get…comes from Spirit of the Holy Source. It can't be mistaken or it can't be wrong information when it comes to important matters concerning health.
I didn't discover this a few years ago. I didn't do a healers course or anything like that, which is all great, I support that a million percent. I want people to explore, I want them to find different avenues, I want people to become their gift inside and explore that gift. But what happened with me turned out to be a lot different. I got the message at age 4, but in a way that was so concrete and so obvious: I discovered my grandmother's lung cancer at age 4.
I guess basically the bottom line is, at two o'clock in the morning, when someone calls me or a mom's calling me, and a child has a bellyache, and the mother really needs to know what it is, it's really comforting to know that that the information from Spirit is going to be correct.
VM: When did you actually decide to utilize it and help people?
AW: I was utilizing it at age 8. I remember being at a convention with my father, and it was a convention for historians. Every now and then—as an 8-year-old—I would tend to say something to an adult next to me if I was getting the message from Spirit that there was something wrong with that person. So I did that; I yanked on an adult's arm and said, "You have to be careful with the diabetes that you have, so you should stop eating so much sugar." At first they were usually taken aback, but more times than not, they would become intrigued, start asking a lot of questions, and then suddenly there would be a group of people surrounding us.
When I was 14 years old, I started working at a local grocery store as a stock boy. People would come up to me to ask where they could find a product and Spirit would always give me a scan of them and suddenly I would be leading them down a whole different aisle and telling them they should really be eating this or that for their health problem. The amazing thing about Spirit of the Holy Source is that he always tells me which food will be the person's "medicine" and help them heal and feel better fast.
VM: Our theme for July is "No Time Like the Present." What does that term mean to you?
AW: The present moment is something that you want to live in. But in order to enjoy the present moment and to be right here, right now, you still have to venture into your past. You want to think about your future and you want to go into your past a bit. People are saying, well, you can't live in your past, you want to be in the present moment and only in the present moment. But Spirit says we have to be careful, that we don't want to continue to make mistakes in the present and in the future because you're pushing away your past. You want to learn from the mistakes you've made in the past. You want to be familiar with the past and be attached to that to some degree. And at the same time, you want to be inspired about the future. People right now are actually looking for direction. They're looking for things to soothe their woes and their sorrows. And thinking about the future of your direction, the inspiration, of looking at where you need to aspire to, is really important, too.
But as far as why is it important to be in the present moment now, there is a huge, huge awakening right now, in the consciousness of humankind, more so than ever before in history. So, "no time like the present" is for sure, because we need to take advantage of that. We shouldn't be asleep in this very moment of time that we're in; we should be awake and experiencing how we're feeling, experiencing what's happening in the future to come.
Right now, it's about the quickening. Everything is moving very quickly. We're heading into the quickening—that's what Spirit always tells me—and if we don't prepare right now, in the present, then we're going to miss out on what's to come.
VM: How has the last year changed your life?
AW: I think overall this whole last year has changed my life in a way that's different than any other, because it's come to a certain point of how many years I've been doing this and how many people I've helped. I've actually saved thousands of lives over the years and have dedicated myself to the health and wellbeing of humankind. Women's health, in particular, is one of the major things that I'm actually concerned about for the future. It's one of the big things I'm concerned about right now. In this year, I've come to a point of seeing women's health deteriorate, in a unprecedented way, more than ever before in recent history and it's being hidden and it's being swept under the carpet. I've come to the conclusion at this point that the future and health womankind is actually in danger.
For the last ten years I've been watching women actually get all these different ailments, and all these problems, and all these health issues, and now I'm watching it get out of control to such an extent that now this is the year something has to be done.
VM: You talk about when you're working with someone that has an illness, you call it "rewiring." Could you expand upon that point?
AW: Rewiring is about getting the person past post-traumatic stress syndrome. If we have experiences that are challenging or compromising, a certain amount of emotional injury begins to build up and become disabling. So if someone's sick for a very long time, it's not just the sickness that they're dealing with; they're dealing with the PTSD. And then they're struggling with doctors telling them there's nothing wrong with them at first. So they're being told they're crazy, which women have been told for actually decades, that their ailments are all in their head. And it's still happening now, today.
It's critical to rewire to heal. Even if you're getting better physically, you can still have that PTSD. So what I offer is, through Spirit's abilities, to figure out in each individual person how to rewire them, how to get them past their post-traumatic stress disorder.
VM: Are you still doing pro bono work for kids?
AW: I offer my services in different ways for moms and kids. I'm responsible for hundreds of children, and it's pretty intense. It means 24 hours, 7 days a week.
VM: What's the greatest lesson you've learned so far in this lifetime?
AW: The greatest lesson I've learned in this lifetime is the disappearance of one's soul. And I know this probably is going to sound really complicated, but its the breakdown of the human soul. And that's the biggest lesson I've learned in this lifetime, is witnessing the soul fractures and witnessing the degenerative soul energy that's happening. And basically what I'm trying to say is, we're elevating to a higher conscious state, and as we're trying to grow, we're trying to have this awakening. The biggest lesson I've learned is also, at the same time, souls are definitely getting injured in a way that I've never seen before.
What happens with being a medical psychic and working with Spirit is I can actually see someone's soul. I can actually see the conditions a soul is in and see the condition a heart is in as well as the heart and soul connection.
In the past, I'd see souls and I wouldn't see so many broken or injured souls, and now I see a lot more. It doesn't mean that the person's not elevating or getting wiser or getting more conscious.
Starting out and seeing people's souls at age 4 and then seeing people's souls now, every day, I'm noticing now that most everybody's has a soul injury and more than one soul injury.
What it is that I'm talking about is the fragility. I'm seeing that we're going forward in so many ways, everything from technology to consciousness, awakening, and yet we get more fragile than ever before.
We have great technology. For example, you're sitting in a car and it's totally rigged and it has everything under the sun—everything from a computer to a TV and the best technology. And then you run over a nail and you're stuck, because you still have four rubber tires that we've had for 100 years now, filled with air. There's something about how fast we're going and how the conscious level is elevating, but yet we're more fragile than ever.
VM: A new thing that you're offering is Daily Readings or Daily Inspirational. What is that?
AW: I'm putting out a daily inspiration on Facebook and Twitter. That's coming from Spirit, direct, every single day. And I'm putting that out there for my clients to give them a little extra inspiration throughout the day.
I just have to ask; it comes instantaneously. When you're reading someone, that person shouldn't have to take off their jewelry so you can get a better read. That person's not supposed to be in a meditative state so you can get a better read. It doesn't matter if I'm exhausted or worn out from the day; I will be able to get the read no matter what.
VM: Where do you think we're headed as a human race?
AW: Well, there's a lot of worry and concern out there. I hear it all the time. I like to stay in the positive frame of mind. I know that if you look back in our history, there were major waves of turmoil, hardship, and strife, everything from wars to famine to earthquakes to tidal waves. It's never been easy to live here on planet earth.
I think as humans, we're also trying to keep up with the sources above, with the energy above, with God, with the angels, and with other humans. And instead of worrying so much about where we're heading, I think as a human race we should be focused on the daily actions that each of us take, from our communications with co-workers, family members and friends, to the good work that so many of us are striving to accomplish. We need to make every effort that our interactions with others are sincere, compassionate, loving, and kind and that our work is focused, meaningful, and for the betterment of all.
So where are we heading as a human race? On one end, things don't look very promising and at the core of this problem is the exploitation of our natural resources and our relationship with earth itself. We need to be thinking about the well-being of earth itself. In order for a human race to survive and be in the moment, and to live life in the moment, we have to be in that space where Mother Earth is. I really believe that we can't even think about where we're heading unless we make that Earthly Mother connection and learn how to live symbiotically with her. Basically, we're sitting on a female planet—that's what the Spirit tells me anyway—and that humankind as a whole should be concerned about her and trying to nurture her, and at the same time, just letting her nurture us, and then everything will be fine in the future. Ultimately, this connection and vital relationship is the foundation to the health and well being of our future.
Anthony William offers phone consultations seven days a week.
To schedule a consultation, visit www.medicalmedium.net or call 941.429.8384.