Exercise for Intermediate

 

 

The following 4 exercises can be used individually or as a progressive collective. Suitable for one-to-one exercises, platform work or group sessions.

Exercise 1

Put yourselves into groups of 2 (one-to-one sitting) and decide which student is working first.

The student who is working first will focus on the auric field of their partner (which can be found emanating approximately 2 inches from the physical body).

As the student perceives the auric field of their partner, do remember you may see, sense or hear the auric field through your sensitivity. It is important that you have in mind that you will perceive an event or subject within the auric field relating to your partners life.

When you perceive either the subject or the event I would like you to verbally express that that you are aware of to your partner, filling approximately 10 minutes with your findings.

The easiest way to fill the 10 minutes is to stay focused on your findings within the auric field and move your awareness further into those findings i.e. explore in depth the information within the subject or event.

After the 10 minutes has lapsed you can bring the exercise to a close and discuss your findings. After which you can change roles repeating the exercise.

Exercise 2

Exercise 2 is exactly the same as exercise 1 but instead of taking 10 minutes to express your finding to your partner, you will limit this to 5 minutes.

After which, you will bring your awareness away from your partner’s auric field, and focus on getting a link with somebody from the spirit world who is connected in one form or another to your partner.

After you have proven survival of the individual from the spirit world (your partner knows who the communicator is) I would like you to ask the individual in the spirit world to give some evidence- a memory or a family story on the exact same subject that you have perceived through your partners auric field.

This should take a further 10 minutes. Once the spirit communicator has exhausted that of which they wish to express on the chosen subject you can bring the exercise to a close. Discuss your findings, change roles and repeat.

Exercise 3

Exercise 3 requires a set of inspirational cards. It may be advisable for you to make these cards yourself because of the subjects you want on these cards.

I would suggest approximately 20 cards. Each card will have 1 simple word on it, for example – holiday, vehicles, home, family, work, entertainment, education, dates, names or hobbies (one worded statements that suggest a particular subject).

These must be placed face down on a table or floor so the student who is working cannot see what is written on them. This exercise is suitable for either one-to-one sittings, platform work or group work.

Decide who is going first. The student who is working first should make a link with an individual from the spirit world, somebody who is connected to one of your fellow students and proceed with the mediumship.

Once you have a recipient (somebody who understands the individual from the spirit world) I would like you to pick up one of the inspirational cards whilst holding on to the company of the individual from the spirit world, then I would like the student to invite the individual from the spirit world to give the medium evidence, memories or family stories relating to the subject expressed on the card.

I would like the student to spend at least 5 minutes on the chosen subject. After which the student can bring the exercise to a close. Discuss your findings, change roles and repeat the exercise.

Exercise 4

Exercise 4 is very similar in its structure to exercise 3 however instead of finding the subject expressed through the mediumship from an inspirational card, once the student has established their link with an individual from the spirit world and has a recipient who understands who the communicator is, I would like the student to ask the communicator for their chosen subject they wish to talk about.

Once the student working becomes aware of the subject the communicator wishes to explore, the student must verbalise to his or her recipient what the subject is the spirit world wishes to discuss, then continue with the mediumship for approximately another 10 minutes whilst focusing on the spirit communicator chosen subject.

When the spirit communicator has exhausted the said subject, the student can bring the exercise to a close. Discuss your findings, change roles and repeat.