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PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2010 10:35 am 
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Interested to know peoples opinions.........

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Hmmm that's a tricky one. As I'm still a bit undecided on the whole medium thing anyway I would have to say that it is someone who I can get along with and that seems to give good advice (whether it is from the spirit world or not).

I can't stand flowery love and light stuff but that's just me, I prefer a straight talking medium and one that isn't afraid to answer questions. I also like it when you can have an intelligent debate with one without it turning into a playground slagging match. I can't prove that they are not talking to the dead, and until I can I will offer them respect (if they deserve it) but at the same time they should respect the fact that I cannot bring myself to blindly go along with everything they say.

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good medium, is someone that can take critisiam and not moan about it,, who can come up with lots that would blend into the place there at


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or possibly one who has the guts just to say they not getting anything in some locations rather than going off on a tangent randomly and spouting some garbage to stay the centre of attention. :evil:

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correct. and one that does not make things up, just for the sheer hell of it :D


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hmmm...........a dead one????hehehehehehehehhehhhhhehehe only kidding hehehehehehhhehe xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

For me personally:
1. its one that I dont have to have anything to do with regarding thier 'mediumship' hehehehe!

2.When organising invos its someone whos practical and reliable.

3.Someone who's interesting to talk to about their views, and doesnt stink of 'development' circles and churches.
And one who refuses to do 'messages' ideally!

But as people seem to want mediums,what I'd say a good medium for others is someone who is skilled at reading people and situations ,is empathic and can show people how to help themselves,and discourage further 'spirit communication' as much as possible!

For invos someone who comes,explains what they get as clearly as possible and would rather be used as a 'tool' than have the investigation centred around them.

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You calling John and me tools missus? Sometimes might not be the quickest out of the traps but am not that dense thank you very much. And anyway I prefer the term empathic sensitive "huff"

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I never mentioned your or Johns tools?????????!!!!!!

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hehehehe see dont get wound up, take it as fun ,, i do .but then i dont do readings, i read people,


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Think its best leaving our tools alone missus thank you. Tho john might want to speak for himself!

Doesn't Derren Brown read people too?

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always got me that,the clues in the word innit.........'reading'.....????

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but then everyone reads people, just i go that extra mile :D


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correct.....we all read each other all of the time (and make assumptions based on that,the map is not the territory and all that hehehehe!)...........and you always go the extra mile.....or million in everything you do Pam (thats a compliment!).....but is that what mediums do.....do they take that 'reading' to another 'dimension...???Or are they just badly trained (usually!) or naturally talented at reading people full stop?

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from my point of veiw, i belive that alot of people are born with some form of extreme sencativity,alot with some, and most with only a bit, those born with alot of whatever it is , over sensitive minds? pick up more, tap in to whatever is around them, call it acute esp, or what ever, but dont you think that its strange that as kids we all have the same ability , then loose it as we grow older? :shock:


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maybe thinking patterns are formed which disengage the concious awareness of it?
I think we all take in and pick up everything about everything,we all recieve interpret and transmit it seems to be fundementally agreed upon......so therefore we do what is exactly right for us at the time according to whatever 'governs' that in us..........

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agree, but some mediums are just pure crap, i have sat and watched alot and thought,what on earth are they talking about, that one on derron brown wanted shot :wink:


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'trained' mediums..........dont get me started hehehehehehehe!!!

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come on veiws on them,, as i cannot stand them, :mrgreen: hehehehhe


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As I have said from the outset I do not class myself as a medium but as an empathic sensitive in that I pick up on feelings, physical states althoiugh do pick up gender and sometimes words. As claire is aware from a recent pvt visit I can be very strongly affected by these and occasionally can do transfig. Have had no training tho I think sometimes it could be useful

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