Grace Kredell is an interdisciplinary artist, intuitive, and cultural organizer based in New York City. When she was a young child, she struggled with past life memories and other information she found challenging to know what to do with. Luckily, she had a grandmother with a vast metaphysical library. In her Baby Book it was noted that she asked her sister, “How do you like Earth so far?”, a question she finds relevant to this day. 

It wasn’t until the right creative writing class lead by the inestimable Dr. Laurie Weeks, that she began to gain a clearer picture of what she’d always known. Inspired to give readings, she threw out a Rider-Waite tarot deck, replacing it with a personal collection of movie ticket stubs, finding the tiny papers to be powerful memory triggers and reflection sites.

In 2014, she started training with Liliana Barzola, Founder of Lotus Lantern Healing Arts in energy healing and clairvoyance. She also studied ritual magic and the sacred arts with Briana Saussy and has completed a two year apprenticeship with Adam Elenbaas learning Traditional Astrology. Grace was attuned to Reiki I and II (Usui System) at Maha Rose Center for Healing by Padma Gonzalez and Lyndsay Harrington. In 2017, she was certified by The Weiss Institute, where she learned hypnotherapy practices in support of past life healing, under teachers Dr. Brian Weiss and Carole Weiss. Later in 2017, she went through "mediumship bootcamp" or Spiritual Insight Training I & II at Fellowships of the Spirit School of Spiritual Healing and Prophecy in Lily Dale, New York. It was also there that she took a Medical Intuition training with Tina Zion.

Grace is a program organizer and on the board of The Golden Dome School, an autonomous educational and curatorial platform dedicated to studying intersections of art, metaphysics, and ecology.

Grace received a BA in Film Studies and Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies Phi Beta Kappa from Wesleyan University.

As a committed mystic, Grace uses multi medium approaches to tune in and creatively engage with the power of active imagination in DIY problem solving. 

For as long as she can remember...