What I write about today is about the human fragility, taking so much for granted, expecting it always to be there.

When something comes to an end or something hinders us from moving forward, we have to turn inwardly and ask ourselves: What is the meaning of all this? I have been there many times, going into a new phase, having to let things go that no longer serve me thinking: My God, what is happening!? What do I do next? We can become so comfortable living in a situation that we become complacent and do not acknowledge what we actually do have in our lives. When something is being taken for granted it is being ignored and when it is taken away, whose responsibility is it?

The world as we know it is currently in chaos. It is terrible when we do not know what to do? It is tragic and heart breaking to lose a loved one that you might not even have the opportunity to visit in hospital, but having said that, could not the purpose of what we are going thorough right now be to teach humanity that we take things for granted, not appreciating what we have? For example, love of a way of life, a family, an animal etcetera. I cannot judge anyone, but one thing I have learned in life is when I take something for granted, that the responsibility is mine. I have not valued or appreciated what I have now lost.

What has this period with the Covid-19 done for me? It has affected my work as a medium and I have had to keep myself much to myself. And I have realised how much I have taken for granted. Now I have had a chance to catch up with myself and reach new realisations. I have been taken back to myself and I have understood that I have to be true to myself no matter what is going on in my life. This year has been a real eye opener for me; a time to learn to appreciate and not getting stuck in old outmoded ways of doing things in life, in our work etcetera.

Covid-19 has affected everything, but all of this is hopefully going to offer mankind an opportunity to find ways forward with an open mind. We have to leave behind old structures that are no longer compatible in this day and age.

Yes, we can get stuck in blaming others for the things happening in our lives, but I do hope that this will bring in a new kind of philosophy. Of course, this is causing a lot of hardship for millions of people and my heart goes out to them. For whatever this may be worth the biggest lesson I have had to learn is to tell myself the truth and following that truth. To change my level of consciousness as a medium I have had to let go of many things that no longer serve me or my development.

I do not have all the answers, but perhaps I can touch those who are ready to hear what I have to say. When my mind is open and I am not impeded by my mindsets then there is hope for me, hope for change and for a future.

To be aware is the lesson for every human being, leaders and ordinary people. With an open mind – hopefully – we can create a new order that is more open minded and not as selfish. All the time my mind is open and I keep in touch with myself, that is what takes me forward.

/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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