I can walk into a room and the people in there will start reacting to me in a negative way, without me having uttered a word – even with people that I have never met before. My mere presence seems to be awakening things within them. In some cases, people have even shown aggression. It is as if they think they will be exposed, and it is very frightening for people to be exposed; their true nature cannot be hidden any longer. That is also why people often start bullying others. They try to hide.

Another reason is that if you are different it can be frightening for people, because they do not understand how people like me function. It is a sad thing to say, but mediums are often attacked or criticised.

As everybody know, this can also happen with children in school. Those who are a little bit different or odd will be attacked. People attack what makes them feel vulnerable and they will grab on to anything that will give them a reason to project their own insecurity. It is as sad dilemma, but it is part of human nature.

Mediums become victimised because people are afraid. We do not fit in to the norm of thinking and being. Anything that is different or does not fall into the scheme of things are often difficult to accept socially. I have systematically been attacked, because I am a medium. It is all about fear, because what I do is not logical.

I am a great advocate of personal development. To get to know myself has been really helpful for me. I do not fall in to the same traps any longer. Luckily people of today are more and more finding their own identity, what the meaning of life is for them. They are leaving outmoded ways of thinking. They want a truth that works for them. This is bringing about a lot of changes.

Down through the years my experience has given me more insight into people and made me stronger. I have discovered tools that helps me. It is other people’s choice whether they wish to accept me. No one has the license on truth. I have understood that mob mentality is based on other people’s issues with themselves.

An ardent sceptic said to not long ago: “You are a person who preys on other people and make a lot of money on them.” I said to him: “What I believe in, what is the truth for me, if I gave it up and allowed your thoughts to break me down that would be the end of my life.” If I give my truth away, I am denying who I am and I could most certainly not live like that. My philosophy gives me so much positivity and hopefully I have helped some people throughout my life.

Never let anybody make you deny the essence of who you really are. Whoever you are, whatever you are, do not let anybody take your truth away from you! I know people that have been bullied or attacked, in the end they have given up. Someone else has forced them to change their identity.

As long as you do not hurt anyone else, stick to who you are. Be who you are meant to be.

I send this message to all of you who are on the receiving end of other people’s insecurities.

/Terry Evans

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Terry Evans interest in parapsychology and mediumship began at an early age. His first encounter with an actual spiritualist medium came at the age of 22, when he was given his first private consultation by a medium. The effects of that experience were to prove to be a turning point in his life, offering new realisations. These realisations motivated Terry to develop his own inner potential of mediumship and intuition.


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