Saturday, 22 August 2015

Psychic Mediumship with Geoffrey Beitz

By now I've probably taken a dozen courses at The College of Psychic Studies. It never ceases to surprise me how fun and effective they can be. Most of my lessons have so far have been on how to channel angels and spirit guides, but every now and then I take a break from the angels and try something different. The tutors have different styles as well, so mixing it up pushes you out of your comfort zone.This summer I took a wonderful class with psychic medium Geoffrey Beitz, where we used different tools every week to unlock our intuition. Everything you can think of from flowers, to toys, oracle cards and even chairs (a great way to practice psychometry!

The only thing your intuition needs is a focus point and a moment of calm (as well as a good opening up meditation) to get going. So for example, the first week we were given blocks of wood with letters painted on them, the kind children use to spell out words. We sat in pairs and tuned into our classmate's letters, asking our intuition to give us a word. My classmate had the letter T and as soon as I saw it, I thought train. Clairvoyantly, I saw a locomotive pulling over for maintenance, before embarking on a journey around the world. It was a  metaphor for a much needed rest stop. Then it was my turn to get a reading: you're needed at home (or maybe that my healing work was needed at home), meaning home country as I've been a globe trotter for a while. The funny thing is we played musical chairs and worked with 3 or 4 different partners, and at each stop I got a variation of the same message: go home, go home, go home and its time to teach healing. Eventually I asked when I had to go home, as I had barely landed in London and I was there for a summer of teacher trainings. 

The class was really cool and a complete surprise every week. My favourite was the last class, where Geoffrey walked in with a bouquet of thorny roses. We each chose a rose and were tasked with giving life readings based on the flower stem, the leaves, the thorns and the flower itself. So imagine that the base of the stem represents childhood. Was it straight or curvy and what did that mean. We used our fingertips to trace the length of the stem, asking what the leaves, thorns and outgrowths represented. It might be a big relationship, the birth of a child and sometimes a divorce (or a second marriage). Your intuition fills in the blanks in ways that you'd never expect. I kept getting a visual of my classmate as a young girl in a particular decade, but was confused because she looks ten or fifteen years younger than her age. So logically, I referenced events that had transpired (I thought) before her birth, only to realise that they happened during her childhood. It was a reminder to trust the information and pass it on. 

We also explored mediumship, as Geoffrey is a Psychic Medium. People often confuse psychics with mediums. Labels can be confusing and I think its easier to explain where the information comes from. Some psychics read a person's aura and use those impressions to tell them what might be going on. I tend to work this way during energy healing sessions where I'm clearing a person's Aura or their Chakras. Psychics can also open up to receive insight from angels, or from spirit guides though these tend not to be people that we know personally. We can all learn to connect with our angels or guides in meditation (see here). Mediumship (as defined at the College) is when you pass on messages from loved one who have passed away. I tend to get the great, great aunt that isn't recognized even though the advice is usually relevant for the sitter. I'm not sure why this happens, maybe we just have more people looking out for us than we know. All things considered, I'd rather do psychic readings than mediumship right now. The College is known for its talented mediums. If you would like to book a reading with Geoffrey please visit www.westkentpsychic.co.uk. 

For those of you in London, Geoffrey is teaching a 7 week class next term on the Lenormand Oracle Cards. We used them twice this term, they're easy to read and quicker to learn than Tarot. 


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Reiki hugs, Regina


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