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So You Wanna be a Medium?

Medium So You Wanna be a Medium? Ask yourself why? Everyone has the innate ability to develop their abilities as a Medium. What is your motivation for doing so?

Each one of us through meditation and practice can develop as a Medium. This means that each of us can communicate with those on the Other Side or the Afterlife. For the right intentioned individual, this means linking with their loved ones but also with the Infinite.

It means that one can alleviate much of the pain and suffering accompanying the loss of a loved one. It can bring more meaning and understanding to life as it relates to the greater scheme of things. It can teach us what is really important in life. One can still keep in touch with those in the Afterlife. It also provides proof via mediumship that there is an Afterlife.

As I said, each one of us has the ability to be a medium or a psychic for that matter. For those who don’t have the right motivation, it can be a frustrating and unfulfilling pursuit. What holds people back consists of a few things. Having the motivation to be a help to someone and to do good will attract the higher evolved Spirits. The opposite will occur if you are motivated by greed, cheating etc. Being badly motivated will also trigger the Laws of Cause and Effect (Karma) and Attraction(as you are so you attract) to take effect.

Many people think that becoming a Medium will make them immune from life’s challenges. Many also think that they will be able to channel winning lottery numbers. That is not the case I’m afraid. You’ll win the lottery if you’re destined to do so, not because you’re a Medium. Nor is it the case that mediumship will cure all the world’s ills. Everyone is on their own path, growing at a pace that’s necessary for them. One can, however, have many things in life so long as they don’t interfere with an individual’s spiritual growth.

Many people also think that their mediumship will bring through profound knowledge. That may or may not happen. The wisdom teachers throughout the ages have already brought the information through. Humanity as a general rule is not following it. I’m speaking about the Golden Rule. However, genuine mediumship will bring through information that is helpful and beneficial to the recipient of the communication. It can help make life a little easier.

Something I can tell you is that loved ones from the Afterlife don’t talk about material things they miss. They talk about love and positive emotions and sometimes regrets about how they’ve interacted with those they’ve left behind. They may regret: that they didn’t spend enough time with you when you were a child; that they were unkind to you; that they didn’t tell you they were proud of you; or they didn’t tell you they loved you enough. Those are the things that are important, not unbounded greed and materialism.

Another area that hinders proper psychic and medium development is holding onto old notions, misconceptions and erroneous information about how this is done. One of the biggest mistakes anyone can make is to visualize and believe that a visualization that your own mind has created is either a message from a loved one from the Afterlife or some psychic prediction or answer. Visualize enough and a delusion is created, not a spiritual experience.

Visualization is pervasive in most psychic-medium development classes. It’s been going on for as long as I can remember. One of the reasons there are very few really accurate psychic-mediums in my opinion is this pervasiveness of visualizing. My Spirit Guides do not recommend it.

I did a little research after receiving guidance against visualization being equated with mediumship and psychic phenomena. The historical books that I researched on how to develop psychic-medium abilities do not talk about visualization as a means of development of those abilities. There may be other sources that recommend visualizing. But, it seems like this is today’s and modern day, I want it instantly solution.

Let’s talk about the good old Ego. In my travels I have seen too many people who purport to be mediums who talk endlessly when doing public messages. They’ll go on for 15 minutes giving their own advice to someone passing it off as a psychic medium message.

Then of course, there are those who pass off what the current book they’re reading about the latest spiritual fad as messages. This also applies to whatever someone is interested in at the time and foisting it upon a seeker as if it were coming from the Spirits. No one’s perfect, but it’s sad when people come up to you in various venues and say you’re the only one who’s ever given me an accurate message.

Finally, it’s up to each individual to be a good student. No one waves a magic wand and transforms you into an accurate psychic-medium. If you do not apply yourself, learn, practice….. You get the idea.

All my classes and workshops teach how to overcome what I’ve been talking about. I teach how to recognize a real communication, not something that one has either created or random thoughts that are floating around in a very busy mind. I am very particular about making sure students recognize what is and what is not a psychic-medium communication/experience. I also provide students with a methodology to verify the accuracy of what they receive. A good teacher always corrects and guides the student. A good student listens and learns with an open mind.

It’s only through careful study and practice along with the right motivation that we become good, accurate and compassionate psychic-mediums.

2 Responses to “So You Wanna be a Medium?”

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