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Advice To Discouraged Mediums
Advice To Writing Mediums
Appearance Of Materialized Substance
Automatic Writing Vs Inspirational Writing
Avoid Cross-magnetism
Avoid Psychic Absorption
Developing Writing Mediumship
Drawing Mediumship
Fraudulent Slate Writing
Healing Mediumship
How To Conduct A Materializing Seance
How To Heal By Spirit Power
How To Make The Spirit Cabinet
How To Use The Planchette
How To Use The Spirit Cabinet
Identifying Historical Personages
Incidents Of Writing Mediumship
Independent Slate Writing
Materialization Mediumship
Materialized Spirit Forms
Need Of Special Development
Practical Advice To Developing Mediums
Scientific Proof Of Materialization
Spirit Paintings
Spirit Phosphorescence
Spirit Playing On Musical Instruments Etc
Spirit Psychic Assistance
Spirit Psychometry And Clairvoyance
Stead's Method And Results
The Planchette
The Slate Writing Circle
The Stewardship Of Great Powers
Trumpet Mediumship
Use And Abuse Of Automatic Writing
Why The Cabinet Is Necessary
Writing Mediumship

Advice To Writing Mediums

A French medium says: "We urge beginners in their own interest not to
take up the pencil for automatic writing, or to sit at a table for
communications at any free moment, without rhyme or reason, for disorder
in experiment is one of the first and most serious dangers to be
avoided. An absolutely strict rule should be made not to attempt the
effort more than once every other day." Another writer says: "The
communications that are received by the various forms of passive,
impressional, automatic, and inspirational writing must not be regarded
as valuable merely because of the conditions under which they were
obtained, nor because of their spirit origin, real or supposed. Under
all circumstances receive with the utmost reserve and caution
long-winded communications from notable characters who claim to be
'Napoleon Bonaparte,' 'Lord Bacon,' 'Socrates,' or other great
personages; for in the majority of cases, the value of the communication
is exactly the reverse of the importance of the name attached. This
applies to automatic writings quite as much as to spoken messages. Judge
the statement made by the ordinary standards, apart from their claimed
exalted origin. If rational, beautiful, and spiritually helpful and
enlightening, they are worth having on their own merits; but if they
are unreasonable, wild or dogmatic, or pretentious and flattering, they
should be discarded; and, unless you change their character after
repeated experiments, your attention should be turned in some other

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