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Who are the different mediums and what are their specialities? An overview of all those people who say they communicate with the spirits to provide answers to the questions that are asked.
- 1 First Of All, What Is A Medium?
- 2 The Different Mediums
- 3 Medium And Psychic, What’s The Difference?
- 4 The Different Faculties Of Mediums:
- 5 The Future-Get Accurate Predictions From Medium Readers
First Of All, What Is A Medium?
Medium means in the middle. The medium is therefore an intermediary person between two worlds, that of heaven and earth, that of the material and the spirit, that of the living and the dead. She communicates with spiritual entities, guides who put her on a spiritual path of generosity, elevation and perfection.
If this is not the case and the person is put on the path of evil, he or she is in phase with so-called black entities that he or she must evacuate from his or her mind and cease at least for a period of time all mediatic activity.
Normally, the medium is strong enough, i. e. lucid and discerning, only tending towards the good that it has to give to others, so as not to encounter this kind of negative manifestation.
Being a medium does not give any power, the medium is a man or a woman like each of us. His natural empathy, sensitivity and great psychic strength allow him to see what others do not see or hear what others do not hear.
The medium is the one who leaves his free will to his interlocutor, he is there to tell him what the entities transmit to him, he does not have to advise to do this or that. He is an intermediary and receives and repeats the messages transmitted to him by the spirits.
The medium captures the energetic fluid of others, it exercises its art without any material support such as cards, pendulum, tarots, etc. It can during certain sessions enter in trance for a few minutes and describe things, events of the past or future. He can also transcribe messages from the hereafter intended for this person.
The Different Mediums
The psychic clairvoyant medium
The clairvoyant medium sees what no one else can see: a mind, scenes of situations. Sometimes he perceives messages that he will have to interpret in order to transmit them. This happens during the state of awakening but also during premonitory dreams.
The auditory medium (or clairaudient)
The auditory medium hears the entities speak, he hears distinctly first names, names of persons or places, he receives very clear and precise messages, which he does not always know how to interpret himself but which he has the duty to retranscribe faithfully to the consultant.
The talking psychic
The speaking medium lends his voice to a spirit. The voice of the medium can be transformed and the medium can speak a language that he does not know but which was the language of the mind with which he came into contact.
The writer’s medium
As its name suggests, this type of medium enters a state of trance during which it lends its hand to a spiritual entity, with which it engages a written dialogue.
The sensitive medium
Unlike visual or auditory mediums (who see and hear), sensory mediums feel things. They are overwhelmed by emotions, fears and sensations that correspond to messages that the spirits want to convey.
The rotary table medium
This type of medium owes its popularity to spiritualism sessions. In the case of a rotary table medium
The mind uses the energy and sensitivity of the medium to manifest itself and express itself by moving a piece of furniture (or making sounds from a piece of furniture).
Medium And Psychic, What’s The Difference?
The difference does not necessarily jump to the games of our initiates, and yet the medium and the seer do not have the same faculties.
The medium is an intermediary, a messenger between our world and that of spirits. It communicates with entities and deceased persons. It feels things that we are not usually able to perceive and feel with the five senses. The medium does not practice divination (sight), which is something else.
For the seer, for his part, does not come into contact with the deceased, but has highly developed capacities of perception and intuition that enable him to perceive events related to the past, present and future of the person who consults. Certain tools of divination, such as oracles or tarots, help the seer to clarify his perceptions. A psychic is therefore not a medium, just as a psychic is not a psychic.
The Different Faculties Of Mediums:
All mediums are therefore sensitive to energies, to those of spirits of course, but also, for some, to those of places and objects, which allows them to come into contact with spirits related to these places or objects.
For example, a medium may come into contact with a spirit by holding his picture, or an object that has belonged to him, such as a watch or a necklace.
Some psychics are clairvoyant, which means that they can see the spirits, with the sense of sight, mostly in the form of a white silhouette, sometimes black, sometimes they see only a slight outline having a humanoid form, and, in very rare cases, they see certain spirits with the appearance of their last incarnation.
However, the most widespread case of clairvoyance is the fact of seeing spirits with their incarnated appearance, in the form of a flash that imposes itself on the spirit of the medium and not on his sight.
Clairaudient mediums (or hearing-impaired) hear the spirits most often telepathically (in their minds). This faculty can be very confusing at first because it can be reminiscent of the symptoms of a mental illness.
It is then necessary to learn to manage this faculty, and in general the dialogues which settle with the spirits very quickly end up erasing any possibility of a mental illness, because of their veracity and the accuracy of the revealed details.
Spirits can also come into contact with the mediums through thought. They send them thoughts, feelings, sometimes even words that the medium will repeat as if it were his own words, and even sometimes melodies that will be hummed naturally.
It is a faculty difficult to detect because the medium receives all this as it belonged to him, it is then his intuition that will tell him that it is not his. He must therefore pay a lot of attention to his feelings. It is also possible to detect this kind of phenomenon when we think with words that we do not usually use or when feelings are out of context and have no reason to be.
Spirits can also use dreams to communicate. This form of communication can be established with a lambda person as well as a medium, however it is much more common among mediums because they will know, with their feelings and their practice, to detect a dream of that type.
It should also be noted that the mediums have a perisprit (energy envelope which is located between the mind and the material body and whose seat is in the pineal gland) much denser than the average, which favors the manifestations since the The spirit will be able to tap into this energetic envelope with much more ease to manifest itself by means of blows or displaced objects.
Apart from what has been said previously, a medium may, in the context of the practice of spiritualism, communicate in different ways. For example, he may ask the present spirit to answer his questions by knocking on a piece of furniture.
Everyone has already heard about this technique, it is the famous one shot for yes and two shots for no. But this method knows an adaptation less famous because of its complexity, it is to give the number of blow which corresponds to a letter of the alphabet (1 = a, 2 = b etc).
This method makes it possible to train sentences little by little, however this mode of communication is extremely long, and it sometimes takes several sessions of spiritism to obtain a complete message.
Mediums using this kind of practice are called “turntable mediums” because they also use the moving of objects to communicate, for example by asking the spirit to raise a table to manifest.
The method of blows, although very popular in the 19th century, quickly gave way to a much faster practice of communication: automatic writing. This method consists of lending his hand (and often his forearm) to the mind, who, by seizing it, can write his message directly.
Mediums that use this technique are called “medium writers” . There is also a different version of automatic writing that involves lending one’s hand to a mind to draw.
However this practice pertaining to spiritualism can also be used by people who are not psychic, but not without a minimum of knowledge and practice! Never get into it without experience, it can be dangerous! When one wants to start in spiritualism, one asks the
Beyond automatic writing, some mediums use intuitive writing. The latter has the advantage of not needing to lend his hand to the mind, since as the name suggests, everything goes through intuition. The medium will write what he feels, what he hears and the words that pass through his head (sometimes in the form of flash).
Some mediums, referred to as “talking mediums , “ also use a very impressive method of communication that involves lining up the vocal cords and larynx so that it speaks out loud through the body of the medium.
When the mind takes possession of the vocal cords and the larynx, it creates a sort of oppression or even a feeling of choking that is perfectly unpleasant and must be overcome before the communication can be done. This practice can be very dangerous, I strongly recommend it!
Finally, there are mediums called “mediums healers” . These have nothing to do with magnetizers, they do not heal themselves, but appeal to a high spirit that will heal the patient through the medium.
Here we are at the end of this article on mediumship and the different ways of communicating with the spirits that psychics can use.