What is mediumship?
Mediumship is when an embodied person communicates with recognizable spirits of those who are considered dead. We spend our physical lifetime on earth with a body. When that life is over, our consciousness survives and passes into the world of spirit. The spirit world is separated from the physical world by dimension and frequency, but not location. Our loved ones in spirit are near us, and can be reached when we adjust to their vibration. The process is similar to changing stations on a radio; you need to tune in to the correct frequency to choose whom or what you listen to. Mediums raise their vibration and use their intention to connect with spirit people who intentionally lower their vibration to connect with us. The innate ability to shift your energy to connect with those in spirit varies with individuals and can be purposefully developed. Evidential mediumship proves that our loved ones still exist on this other plane, and continue to be a part of our lives. Mediums receive information from spirit people that identifies who they are, how they are connected to the living person, and often relay messages of love, support, and healing. This process can help the bereaved come to terms with their loss and help all of us lose our fear of death. It can also be helpful for the spiritual growth of the deceased.
Effective mediumship requires the cooperation of the medium, the communicator (spirit person), and the sitter (person receiving the reading). The medium quiets their conscious mind to access a higher vibration and receives information in ways which may include pictures, symbols, names, sounds, tastes and smells. Ethical, responsible mediums will not relay information that creates fear or distress. They are sensitive and compassionate, and work to provide comfort and healing for the highest good of all.
Mediumship has been practiced since the beginning of recorded history and by all known ancient civilizations. It was an accepted and normal occurrence for many societies. People do not need to have a specific religious faith to believe in or practice mediumship.