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- Publisher: psychics.co.uk Publishing (September 29, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 29, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B015ZNFCZ4
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I read a book about Doris Stokes an excellent now deceased medium from the UK. Mediumship in the UK is very well established and has a different flavor than America where you are more likely to see mediums on TV and all the bad and good that entails. So he's been trained by good people. And if you want to become a medium you should look at his books telling you how to do this. I never had in aspirations in that direction but it is interesting to see all the negatives in the mediumship and psychic business just about like everything field of endeavor nowadays. We have become a world without dharma and all the negative implications that that entails. It is interesting to read about his take on the Kali Yuga and astrology. All this extreme Christian stuff about astrology being the devil's business is just a bunch of bunk. Astrology is a tool and like anything else can be used for good or bad it depends upon the intent of the individual practising it. He has some interesting points about astrology.
He and his wife investigated Diana's death on British TV and it was interesting to read about that because even in the states we had such an interest and respect for Diana. I haven't gotten all the way through the whole book yet but have enjoyed what I have read.
I do have to say this guy is in danger of falling into the pit of egoism. There's such a drive here to be a great communicator and a great evolved soul realizing his potential and manifesting his fabulous Naadi destiny that it gets really old reading about all that. Dial it back a bit Craig.. What will be will be. It would be nice to see him back off his obsession with his great future destiny for the reader's sake and his own sake. That's about the only negative I see in the book.
This book will appeal more to those who follow eastern gurus and teachers and especially Sai Baba people. This book will appeal to individual interested in mediumship and psychic work. This book will appeal to those interested in the entertainment industry and how it interrelates with psychic and mediumship work. This book will appeal to astrologers particularly vedic astrologers.
With a skeptical mind I read it hoping it would give me a good idea as to whether or not he was the real deal. It can be such a crap shoot when it comes to this particular subject. I found the book quite convincing. The author makes it clear his intentions are to provide solid evidence gathered over many years of hands on research and practical experience in the spiritual realm. He managed to weave or merge Eastern and Western beliefs and practices in laymen terms throughout, something I was not expecting but found very intriguing. I have been exploring these concepts a bit further as a result.
Additionally, the book is written in a way that weaves interesting stories throughout that include humor and suspense. The book delivers what it promises; messages from the universe.