These 4 questions are the key to Mediumship
Does our brain create consciousness or filter it?
Does consciousness survive the death of the brain?
Does surviving consciousness retain individuality?
Does mediumship communication open dialog with surviving consciousness?
Objective [unbiased and factual]
Authentic [genuine and committed]
Transparent [clear and principled]
Honest [trustworthy and ethical]
I believe that what we call the soul (consciousness) can be understood and defined by the laws of nature.
I believe that scientific theories that predict extra dimensions of reality are correct, and what we call the afterlife must be a property of one of these dimensions.
I believe that when the brain dies, it's only the mirror of 'self' that is broken, but that our consciousness continues to be reflected in another dimension of reality.
I believe that mediums are simply "decoding" transmissions from this consciousness dimension, and those we consider dead are merely continuing to exist in that other reality.
I believe that mediumship is a "skill" not a "gift," and like all skills, it can be nurtured and crafted...
Yes, I believe this, and more.
An Honest Medium
Should NOT ask you who you want to hear from
Will provide evidential proof of survival of consciousness
Should NOT engage in psychic predictions or fortune telling
Will be 100% honest, even when they are 100% wrong
Should NOT turn you into a psychic junkie
Marcel's Soul Catcher
Life After Death