Body, Mind & Spirit

Giving Spirit A Voice: The Mechanics of Mediumship

Author: Ioanna Serpanos

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 220

View: 800

I think I am a medium but how do I know? I don't see Spirit ...am I still a medium? How do I develop my ability? If you have asked yourself these very questions then this is the book for you. Renowned medium and mentor, Ioanna Serpanos, through her stories and practical exercises, outlines the mechanics of mediumship giving you, the reader, a strong foundation to build and hone your confidence in yourself and your abilities. You will uncover: The difference between being a psychic or a medium The different styles of mediumship How to open your mediumship Overcoming barriers to your development Signs that Spirit is communicating with you How to give professional readings Nurturing a young or child medium The healing power of mediumship This book is a practical, informative and instructive manual and guidebook that reveals the fundamentals of mediumship practice. By understanding the mechanics of mediumship and putting into practice the exercises at the end of each chapter you will be able to hone and master your own abilities. This book suits all levels of ability, from the curious to practicing mediums and even parents of young mediums. Ioanna Serpanos, shares her wisdom, knowledge and techniques honed over 15 years of professional practice. She invites you to place your trust in Spirit and in yourself. To become a messenger for Spirit - to give Spirit a voice. If you would like to find out more about Ioanna then please visit www.ioannaserpanos.com
Religion

Life-Giving Spirit

Author: Dave Thomas

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Category: Religion

Page: 186

View: 813

A Christian teaching book dealing with the transformation that takes place when Christ Jesus, the life-giving Spirit, enters our life when we are born again.
Christianity

Lux Mundi

Author: Charles Gore

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Category: Christianity

Page: 525

View: 244

Religion

Beyond Evangelicalism

Author: Steven Knowles

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

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Category: Religion

Page: 213

View: 520

A prolific author and thinker, Stanley J. Grenz was a respected and influential figure, not only within evangelicalism but in the wider theological world. Amongst the many issues tackled by him it is perhaps his revisioning of evangelical theology in the light of the postmodern challenge that has caused the biggest stir in the theological world. Advocating a nonfoundationalist methodology, Grenz attempts to re-position evangelical theology in line with postmodern concerns. This will be the first book length treatment on Grenz's work on theological methodology and therefore will break new ground in this important area of study.
Body, Mind & Spirit

Surrounded By Spirits

Author: D. J. Turk

Publisher: FriesenPress

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 174

View: 464

JOURNEY THROUGH TERROR Ghostly images caught on camera - spirit voices calling her name - everywhere Dorothy Turk went the spirits of the dead would find and torment her. She tried to ignore them, but that only forced them to use more aggressive behavior in their attempt to communicate. Why her? What do they want? The answers to those questions may shock you ...