Tommy Fox kept a sharp look-out to see what he could capture to eat. But he could discover nothing at all. To be sure, there were birds in the trees, and birds' nests too, and Tommy was very fond of birds' eggs. But he couldn't climb trees. T... Read more of TOMMY FOX IS HUNGRY at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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HOW TO DEVELOP MEDIUMSHIP

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?



Mediumistic Flashes








A writer has the following to say concerning this class of mediumistic
persons: "Those persons who are naturally sensitive sometimes
experience strange and sudden impulses. Thoughts come to them 'in a
flash,' so to speak. They say things spontaneously which they had not
intended to say--the words seem to burst from them and 'say themselves.'
Others have equally sudden and fugitive clairvoyant experiences; they
see spirits where they least expect, and when they are absorbed in
something else; but when they strongly desire to 'see' or to receive
guidance, they get nothing. This state of affairs, in all probability,
is due to the fact that their susceptibility is not sufficiently
developed; their psychical impressibility can only be reached and acted
upon under specially favorable conditions, which are disturbed and
dissipated when the ordinary intellectual self is aroused.





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