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Light the Way: A Guide to Becoming a Rescue Medium

Amy Major

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Rescue mediums make up the rarest form of mediumship and are highly trained in the art of spirit rescue—fighting to free souls separated from the light. With constant conflict between positive and negative forces, rescue mediums work with spiritual teams to provide guidance to the lost. Written in an easy-to-understand style, this comprehensive and instructive guide provides an in-depth supplementary process for mastering what is required to enhance your mediumship skill in rescue situations, which consists of four main components when interacting with earthbound spirits—communication, counseling, clearing, and guidance—these abilities, and more, must be developed and enhanced to form a strong link with spirits. Some of the topics covered are how to assist direct and indirect rescue techniques, spirit attachment detection and removal, spiritual doors and vortexes, residual energy clearing, how to build your spiritual team, and differences between negative spirits and demonic entities. Rescue mediumship is not easy, but now you have another tool to light your way!

Size: 6" x 9" | 176 pp
ISBN13: 9780764355080

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Amy Major is a trained psychic, medium, rescue medium, healer, teacher, lecturer, and author of the book Toward the Light. She has been interviewed by over thirty national, local, and Internet radio programs as well as appearing as a regular guest on local cable access television programs. Amy has studied and worked at the New Millennium Psychic Center in Derry, NH, for many years and became the lead medium in the Psychic Ghostbusters Team, which has conducted many spirit investigations and rescues. She is an active member of a Spiritualist Church, The Church of Spiritual Life in Derry, NH, where she has been a member for over twelve years. She routinely provides mediumship readings and gallery readings at the church, as well as conducting workshops and lectures on Spirit Rescue in her area.