Psychology of Mediumship with Tim Abbott

This is a 90-minute lecture where we look at the effect our thoughts have upon the quality of our Mediumship and how through the correct thoughts we can empower our Mediumship. We will also be looking at a particular technique within Psychology that will help improve the quality of our Mediumship and help sustain our relationship with the Spirit World. We will also be looking at Neuroscience to support these claims. The goal of this lecture is to give the student a greater understanding of where their thoughts and mind should be during the act of mediumship thus giving a greater clarity and quality to the mediumship.

Tim Abbot spent most of his childhood in London where his mother introduced him as a young boy to Spiritualism. They used to attend the Fulham Spiritualist Church and from the back of the church he would observe the spirit world working with the mediums clairvoyantly. At the age of 19 he began to develop his mystical abilities and at the age of 26 conducted his first public service. He started attending the Arthur Findlay college, taking their teacher’s training. He qualified as a teacher and then as a course organizer. He ran a successful course for several years before parting company with the college. He has had the pleasure of teaching in many different countries throughout Europe and has taught in Canada twice. Tim holds the diploma within SNU for both teaching and demonstrating mediumship. He’s also written two practical exercise books on mediumship.

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Date

Jun 18 2022

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10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Jun 18 2022
  • Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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