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Intuitive Studies A Complete Course In Mediumship Book Review



I enjoyed reading Gordon Smith's latest book, Intuitive Studies A Complete Course In Mediumship because it took me into a whole new world I had never considered exploring before.

I have been meditating for several months now on a daily basis. In my journey to learn more about meditation, I also have come across different websites that warn about the dangers or startling revelations that can occur as a result of opening up to the spirit world when you are under certain states such as deep meditation.

I decided to read Intuitive Studies A Course In Mediumship in order to learn what to avoid so that I don't accidentally fall into some trance and inadvertently become a medium, like if that was even possible.

From the Intuitive Studies, I learned becoming a medium takes much patience and practice.  I appreciate that Smith takes the readers step by step through each exercise, and walks them through being able to distinguish the calling card to ensure you are making the right contact. I thought this advice to readers is being responsible considering things that can happen when you open to the spirit world.

While reading Smith's book, I had two new insightful ideas for communicating with my subconscious that I want to write more about in a later posts. A good book will do that, fill your head with ideas.

Gordon Smith's new book Intuitive Studies A Complete Course In Mediumship provides a wealth of honest step by step guidance on how a person can begin to develop their mediumship abilities. After reading his book, I feel confident that if I wanted to pursue mediumship, which I still don't, I would be well informed enough to know how to pursue it.

Intuitive Studies A Complete Course In Mediumship was sent to me by Hay House for my honest review.



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