Channeling or Mediumship

Many professional channelers don’t consider themselves to be “mediums.” But what is the difference between a channeler and a medium? For some, only the name. For others, each focuses on a different source for their messages. Mediums are specially trained to contact the spirits of the dead.

They come through the medium to give reassurance and proof of their survival to loved ones still living. A channeler’s sources are often beings from greater dimensions such as guides, angels, interdimensional intelligences, or other expanded consciousness beings. Channeled messages are less about personal relationships, money and family, and more on spiritual growth, karma, reincarnation, and advice on how to live a successful life.

The ebbing of the Piscean age and Kali Yuga (age of darkness according to ancient Vedic texts), and the dawning of the Aquarian Age is stimulating more and more seekers to find answers. But with so many channelers available, all claiming to have the “keys to heaven,” how do you know who is genuine?

How much they charge is one clue. It’s okay for channelers to charge for services. After all, it is his or her job and channelers have bills too. But be on guard for obvious greed. Get a reference from someone else. Read about channeling and channeled books to become familiar with the different types of channeling.

After you have been to the channeler, determine whether the information was useful. Never swallow whole, everything a channeler says. Use your own inner guidance as to whether your session was helpful or not.

A channel isn’t a fortune teller so don’t expect specific answers about your future. Beware of depressing messages of doom and destruction, or outlandish statements of obvious bias such as “Only Christians have the truth.” Be intelligent about choosing a channeler. Do your homework and you could form a long and beneficial relationship with a channel who can guide you through life.


Anita Burns

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