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Ancient Mediumship
Co-operation Of Medium And Spirits
Immortality Demonstrated Through Mediumship
Mediumistic Sensitivity
Mediumship And Individuality
Mediumship And Religious Belief
Mediumship Not Dangerous
Psychic Attunement
Rational Mediumship
The Cure For Fraudulent Mediumship
The Development Of Mediumship
The Eternal Verities
The Gateway Of Mediumship
The Higher Vibratory Forces
The Home Circle
The Ideals Of Modern Spiritualism
The Mediumistic Character
The Truth Of Personal Survival
Unconscious Mediumship
What Is Mediumship?

Rational Mediumship

Wallis says: "The rational course for mediums and inquirers to follow is
assuredly that of avoiding the extremes alike of credulity and sceptical
incredulity, by letting the spirits do their best and then collating the
facts observed and drawing conclusions. Care, patience, and perseverance
will save both mediums and inquirers from many misconceptions and enable
them to avoid the errors of others. Above all, mediums should observe
their own feelings, study their own experiences, try to understand and
co-operate with the spirits, but never yield servile or slavish service,
nor permit themselves to be swayed by flattery nor dominated by any
spirit (in the circle or on the spirit side) who claims obedience, poses
as an 'authority,' or refuses to recognize the rights of others. No
medium should remain ignorant, or refrain from giving effect to his (or
her) natural desire for knowledge and self-improvement under the
erroneous idea that he does not need to think, study, or learn, because
he is a medium; and that the spirits will provide and teach through him
all that is required. On the other hand, while thoughtfully observant of
favorable conditions, and intelligent in self-study and culture, the
medium should avoid 'getting up' certain subjects, or thinking along
certain lines with the purpose and expectation that such information
will be employed while under control. Such action, proceeding from a
wrong motive, cannot fail to injure the psychic relations between the
spirit and the medium, and will render the work of control doubly hard,
because such thoughts will have to be cleared away before those of the
spirit can be transferred to, and have free course through, the medium."

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