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Adding A Medium
Building Lines Of Communication
Changing The Sitters
Developing A Medium
Developing Concentration
Developing The Natural Power
Forcing Tests
Forming The Development Circle
Is Mediumship Desirable?
Mediumistic Flashes
Mediumship And Genius
Mediumship And The Bible
Natural Unfoldment
Opening Of The Seance
Persistent Watchful Waiting
Pre-test Manifestations
Premature Tests
Psychic Attunement
Questioning The Spirits
Reasons For Changes
Spirit Directions
Spontaneous Mediumship
Systematic Development
The Aspirational Attitude
The Attainment Of Excellence
The Call For Illumination
The Development Circle
The Jacob's Ladder Of Communion
The Matter Of Time Conditions
The Mediumistic Temperament
The Personnel Of The Circle
The Sitters In The Circle
The Spirit Communication Code
What A Development Circle Is
Who Are Mediumistic?

Developing A Medium

If the circle be one devoted chiefly to the development of mediumistic
powers in some one of its members, then it will perhaps be best to have
only that particular medium present. The remainder of the sitters should
be highly sympathetic toward the developing medium, and should assume
the mental attitude of help and aid toward him. While the early results
of such a circle may not be so interesting as those at which a fully
developed medium is present, nevertheless the gradual unfoldment of the
powers of the medium will be found highly interesting, and the gradual
evolution of the character of the phenomena produced will be a liberal
education in itself. In case that in the circle there are no particular
persons regarded as being mediums, and where there is a general desire
to develop mediumistic powers among many or all of the sitters, there
must be carefully avoided anything approaching a rivalry between the
members of the circle; and at the same time a strong desire and perfect
willingness for the spirit power to manifest through whomsoever it may
prefer, without regard to the personal ambitions of the individual
sitters. Most certainly there must be no spirit of "competition" among
the sitters in the circle.

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