Opening to the Other Side - How to become a Psychic or Medium
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Don't join any circle only sit in a circle that you feel comfortable with, unfortunately mediumship is the most jealous gift there is even most working mediums will not tell you what you can do because if you have the ability to be clairvoyant (which is what all mediums want to be) you will never be told this because the envy is rife.
Numerology is the study of numbers and, practitioners believe, their use in discovering their application to someone’s life.NOTE: every medium is a psychic, not every psychic is a medium; we are not all mediums, unfortunately. You don’t have to work harder; you have to become wiser and stand by what is in your heart and soul with conviction. So, whether you want to blaze a trail like Tyler Henry andTheresa Caputo, or would simply like to learn an incredible skill that will serve you for the rest of your life, you just need to put in the practice – and plenty of patience.
When you are finished, talk to your friend about the items, and compare your notes with what they tell you. Open your mind to the possibility of receiving communications from energies generated outside yourself. Again, the physical medium works cooperatively with Spirit to perform these feats, and everyone can witness these feats.
All of these psychic abilities involve being able to receive messages through extrasensory perception. A simple word of warning: mediums need to understand and develop the skill-set, rather than to just hold a séance and see what manifests. And of course, while they might have access to a wealth of information from Spirit, then comes the challenge of being able to interpret the information that they receive.
Allow yourself to receive images, words, feelings, smells - whatever the spirits wish to communicate. The more we develop that self-trust, the more information, guidance and insight will come to you from your guides and helpers.You might get a feeling that the ball “belongs” to you, or you might see your name reflected in the surface of the ball.