Seattle is an Amazing city. I started my trip to Seattle with a demonstration at Seattle's Tower Memorial Spiritualist Church. It was an honour to serve the Spiritualist church, and it was great to see the church full for the demonstration. I have to say a massive thank you to Denise for organising the demonstration. After the demonstration I then taught a three-day mediumship seminar, with a wonderful group of people. I really do love opening people's minds up to new ways of working with the spirit world, and, although it is hard work, seeing people have their breakthroughs is humbling. It was a really great group of students, and I look forward to seeing everybody at some point in the future. Keep up the good work!
After having lunch on top of Seattle's Space Needle, and having coffee at the first ever Starbucks, we then flew back down to Santa Barbara to demonstrate at the Spiritualist Church of the Comforter. I shared the demonstration with Colby Psychic Rebel, and I thoroughly enjoyed working with her. Colby is a great person and it is always a pleasure to work together. The congregation at Santa Barbara were lively, and there were tears and laughter, as communicator after communicator came forward to share with their loved ones. A massive thank you to the church's president, Pamela, for looking after Colby and I, and working hard to fill the church. A really great church that I would recommend everybody support if they are ever in the area.
My last night in LA was spent demonstrating with Medium Cindy Kaza, in Oxnard. There was a real buzz at the club where we demonstrated, and it was fantastic to see so many young people in the audience, as well as some of the students from the trip, and mediums from the LA area. I thoroughly enjoyed the demonstration, and it was a fantastic way to finish what had been a most enjoyable, although exhausting, trip. I need to say thanks to Cindy for organising the demonstrations in Oxnard and Brea and LA, and for being great fun to be with. Looking forward to next time!
Finally, I have to say a massive thank you to Alyson for organising the trip. Alyson works tirelessly and does an absolutely fantastic job organising me, the students, and the venues. Without Alyson none of this would be possible so thank you, thank you thank you!
After landing back in UK on Friday evening, I made my way down to the Arthur Findlay College on Saturday for Open Week. Always a great week, it was fantastic to see so many people (over 1,000 over the course of the four days) in the college. I delivered a series of lectures and debates over the four days, and it was an honour to debate with both
Chris Roe of Northampton University on the relationship between science and philosophy, and Leslie Price the archivist of the College for Psychic Studies in London. As always it was enjoyable to see colleagues, spend time with friends and students, and to be part of what was a fantastic week.