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Exploring the Mysteries of Mediumship


Mediumship is the ability to establish communication with spirits or entities from other planes or dimensions. Some consider it a gift, while others may view it less favourably, but undoubtedly, it has been a source of intrigue and fascination throughout the centuries. Whether you are a skeptic or a believer, it is undeniable the impact that mediumship has had on the cultural and spiritual history of the world.


Where Does Mediumship Come From?


Mediumship is not a recent phenomenon. In fact, it has been practiced in various forms throughout history and in different cultures. From ancient shamans from different corners of the world, who established contact with both nature and the spiritual realm, to healers, sorcerers, or witches (depending on the era), and now contemporary psychic mediums, there have always been individuals who claim to have the ability to bridge the gap between the world of the living and the deceased.


But what exactly does mediumship entail, and how does it work?


It is believed that mediumship is inherently present in all human beings, although it manifests or develops in different forms and levels in each individual. The ability to communicate with other planes is influenced by the physical, energetic, and astral structure of each person, which defines the depth of their mediumistic ability.

In addition to these aspects, other crucial elements to reach this potential include the mental disposition, the level of consciousness, and the personal beliefs of the person who wishes to act as a mediator

between dimensions.

Thus, the person who manages to establish this contact, who becomes the medium, is capable of perceiving the influence of the spirits, serving as an intermediary between the physical plane and the astral plane. This means that the medium facilitates communication between the living and those who have already transcended to the beyond.


Types of Mediumships


There are various types of mediumships, each with its distinctive characteristics. To name a few, there is pictographic mediumship, which manifests through images; clairvoyance, which is expressed through visions of both the past and the present; olfactory and gustatory mediumship; clairaudience, in which the medium can hear the voices of spirits; psychography, which involves written communication with spirits; and xenoglossy, which entails conveying messages from other planes in different languages.


Is a Spiritist or Spiritualist the Same as a Medium?


No, being a spiritist or spiritualist is not the same as being a medium. While mediumship refers to the ability to communicate with beings from other planes through the development of the predispositions mentioned earlier, spiritualism focuses on the study of the nature, origin, and destiny of spirits, as well as their relationship with the world of the living.

It's worth noting that mediumship is an ancient practice dating back to very early times and doesn't manifest in everyone. In contrast, the study of spiritualism did not begin until the 1950s, when research in this field started.


What can Juan the Psychic Offer You Through His Mediumship?

Juan has honed the essential qualities to harness his energy and create a receptive space for yours. His profound clarity, sincere compassion, and non-judgmental approach make you feel comfortable and secure while seeking answers.

His expertise includes psychic/paranormal reading, psychometry, photo reading, love compatibility, general readings, palmistry, energy readings, energy healing, psychic cleansing, and life coaching. Juan the Psychic offers private sessions in person, over the phone, via Skype/FaceTime, by email, or through mail, ensuring access to his services worldwide.


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fasteazzzy
Sep 19, 2023

Do mediums ever get forced to lie?

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