5 tips for budding mediums

Patience. There is no fast route to being a true honest medium. It is tried and true, slow and steady. Be wary of any advertisement or teacher whom preaches otherwise.

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Look after your body. If you are a medium for service as opposed to money, wouldn’t you want to be a healthy vessel in which to work closely to spirit? We owe it to our team to play our part, that is, keep our psychical body in tip top shape.

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Being wrong – actually one of my teachers says you have to let the ego go, allow yourself to be vulnerable. This is actually quite difficult to do in the beginning.

Be gentle on yourself. So many times we beat ourselves up for getting one or two things ‘wrong’ instead of the 6 /7 things we got right. Relax. This is about serving the spirit world, sometimes we interpret the impressions a certain way when we need to learn to ‘give what we get’.

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Have fun! Be willing to have a go. Be willing to fail, only then are you closer to strengthening your link! Sitting in meditation or quietude mode, being part of a circle, learning your craft takes time. Allow the process.

                     And as another teacher says ‘Surrender to the Blender’ 

Why I love Mediumship

There is one thing I’m passionate about and that is mediumship. My interest in this field began when my brother died at 24.  I had been staying at Bribie Island in a hut with friends and was woken up in the middle of the night. I couldn’t figure out ‘what’ I was hearing, as it sounded like a swarm of invisible bee’s buzzing around me. The next day I was told the devastating news. I was 19 and felt like the rug was pulled out from under me.  Watching my spiral downward, a nursing colleague gave me a book on Doris Stokes. That book turned my life around. I couldn’t put it down and read it over night. Imagine my surprise when this same colleague told me ‘Doris is coming to Brisbane, let’s go see her’.

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3 months slipped by and as I drove to see Doris perform on stage, once again, those invisible bees were in my car. It HAD to be my bother. I began to talk to him ‘if this really is YOU please come through tonight’. Imagine my utter surprise when Doris chose me from the audience and began a 20 minute reading, describing my brother, in detail, giving message after message that he wasn’t ‘dead’ his spirit was very much alive.

This experience impacted me on a very deep level. I left Doris that night with an inner peace that I cannot begin to convey. It changed the course of my life. Helped me to begin to heal my grief. It was that powerful. 

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My own mediumship development crept up on me slowly, whilst massaging people in my 30’s. I suddenly began to ‘sense’ sometimes ‘hear’ messages for the person. This slow and gentle unfoldment has continued to this day 25 plus years later. I have encountered many incredible experiences working with this gentle energy which is the spirit world.

It’s true when they say mediumship takes many years to develop and we never stop learning or growing. Occasionally, someone will show they have the gift early on, but that seems to be a rarity. However, it does occur. I feel they are picking up where they left off in a past life. For most of us, this is a development that you cannot rush. One learns many lessons, one of which is patience. Martin Twycross says in his wonderful course ‘The Confident Medium” that sitting in meditation/ quiet contemplation is the one route towards developing your gift. You need to have a relationship with your own spirit first, before you can touch anyone else. He also says that no effort to sit in the quiet  is every wasted. The spirit world are very busy on the other side attuning to our vibration.

Words cannot possibly convey the feeling one has during times when you connect with a spirit person. It is like nothing I’ve ever experienced and I’m always so grateful and humbled that this truly magical experience has occurred, yet again. Bless you all.

Til next blog, Love Loni x

Featuring Martin Twycross

I have decided to write some featured articles about working mediums and teachers whom I admire. The first one is Martin Twycross. I’m so excited that I decided to bite the bullet and en-roll in ‘The Confident Medium’ online course because I can tell you, mediumship is far from easy and confidence is something many of us struggle with. https://www.martintwycross.com

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Martin Twycross hails from the UK and is a working medium and Arthur Findlay Trained and Accredited teacher. I loved hearing his personal story because he came to mediumship as an atheist! He wanted proof and he wasn’t about to settle lightly. As such, the world is now blessed with a truly authentic reliable medium and knowledgeable teacher. He explains how important it is, when we first begin on this journey to find a reliable teacher, (online and offline) one whom we can sit in circle who can guide and help us along the way, as well as offering valuable feedback. https://www.arthurfindlaycollege.org

 We need to find some way of attuning, through meditation, contemplation, call it what you will, sitting in the power is a mediation practise but basically it is where we attune to our own SOUL so we can then spend time with the spirit world -its a pre requisite – to touch our own spirit and it’s a extremely valuable thing – but at the end of the day, you have to find what works for you. 

The first module of his course reminded me of a a few truths such as:

We have to fail a huge amount of times before we succeed, once we learn to move and shift and blend…. we know we can repeat it because we have done it before.  We need these mistakes to help us to progress so – embrace mistakes, challenges and problems because it’s ALL part of the learning process.’

And  “the better mediums keep pushing forward, there is always so much more within ourselves to be developed. Our confidence grows the more we believe we can do it, the more trust we show, which comes with experience and practise.”

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Martin also talks about the ‘imposter’ syndrome where we tell ourselves that mediumship seems to work “every now and then” but we don’t really KNOW if it’s us doing it and we feel sure one day someone will say “your a fraud” and we will think about giving it up….  many (sadly) have given up due to this pressure and internal dialogue. Martin explains it is because we are so sensitive we get easily demoralised and don’t focus on the 10 things that were taken instead we focus on the 2 things that weren’t!

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Martin also advises us to : Move to a place of peace with your past. Accept exactly where you are in this point in time, through pure self acceptance. Remember that ever experience contains value, we can look at our past and take the benefits then release it, in so doing we create a space for a new positive future which starts now…. 

All up, I thoroughly recommend any courses by Martin online, the convenience of this is fantastic, you can lay in bed in your PJ’s listening to a class! He is also extremely affordable which in this arena can sometimes be hard to find. So, if you are interested in developing your psychic or mediumistic gifts, check out the link Martin Twycross. com. Also, I am including a fantastic u tube clip with Martin speaking about the spirit world an interview from the podcast WE DON’T DIE ….. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrUieeHROPs

Til next post, Love Loni x