The Art of Managing Self Limiting Beliefs in Mediumship.

The Art of Managing Self Limiting Beliefs in Mediumship

Nurturing Growth Through Communication

Just as in coaching soccer or any other sport, effective communication is key to nurturing the growth and development of mediums. As tutors of mediumship, we understand the importance of creating a supportive and encouraging environment where students feel empowered to explore and expand their abilities.

Verbal communication plays a significant role in conveying knowledge, techniques, and insights to students. However, it’s not just about what is said but how it is said. A nurturing and compassionate tone can make all the difference in helping students overcome self-limiting beliefs, insecurities, and wobbles in their mediumship journey.

Moreover, verbal communication is complemented by visual and physical cues. Demonstrating techniques, presence, not using jargon, using down to earth language and demystifying mediumship can enhance understanding and facilitate an experience that is spiritual for both the medium, the tutor and the spirit world. We know the different learning styles of mediums and therefore we use a mixture of verbal, visual, and physical communication, to create a rich and immersive learning experience that resonates with students on multiple levels.

From Student to Publicly Working Medium

Transitioning from student to demonstrating mediumship to the public requires a different set of communication skills. It’s not just about conveying messages from the spirit world but also about establishing a connection with the audience and building trust and rapport.

Effective communication as a medium involves more than just verbalising messages from spirit communicators. It requires authenticity, empathy, and sensitivity to the needs and emotions of the audience. Just as a soccer coach communicates enthusiasm and commitment through body language and gestures, mediums convey their connection to the spirit world through their presence and demeanor.

However, the journey from student to publicly working medium is often fraught with self-doubt, insecurities, and fear of judgment. Many mediums grapple with self-limiting beliefs and wobbles in their confidence, especially when faced with the expectations and opinions of others.

Managing Self-Limiting Beliefs and Wobbles: The Role of Coaching

Through our unique training, we understand the importance of addressing self-limiting beliefs and wobbles in mediumship. These beliefs, often rooted in fears of not being good enough or concerns about the opinions of others, can hinder mediums from fully embracing their potential.

Just as a soccer coach helps players overcome mental barriers and build confidence on the field, we are specifically trained to assist mediums in managing their insecurities and self-limiting beliefs. By providing guidance, support, and practical strategies, we empower mediums to cultivate a mindset of resilience, self-belief, and authenticity.

Through effective communication and coaching, mediums can navigate the challenges of managing change in their mediumship journey, embrace their unique gifts, and confidently share their abilities with the world.
With a nurturing environment and the right support, every medium has the potential to shine brightly and make a profound impact through their communication with the spirit world.

Join us on our next training opportunity, whether weekly classes, speciality courses or face to face events and courses, so that we can share with you advanced mediumship training with an advanced level of being, to allow the potential of your mediumship to soar.

Kerry McLeod and Philip Dykes

February 2024 

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