Sharing knowledge has always been something that is really important to me. Over the years, I have been fortunate enough to study Religion, Philosophy and Ethics at King's College London, and more recently Nineteenth-Century History at Birkbeck College, both of which are part of The University of London. My academic research into these areas have helped to underpin my understanding of the philosophy and history of mediumship and spiritualism.
Over the coming months I will be posting various different short-talks, lectures and articles related to mediumship, spiritualism, philosophy and history. While these will primarily be focused on the history and philosophy of mediumship, I will also touch on other related subjects.
The first instalment is a short article (around 1,000 words), which looks at the nature of mediumistic communication, and touches on some of the common difficulties practitioners of mediumship face within their development.
I hope you enjoy the article! Just click on the image below, or here,to be taken to the free download.
If you are interested in developing, in a practial way, the style of mediumship outlined in the article, then this course may be of interest to you.