As I write on my blog, I receive comments and questions from people. Some share from themselves. It is as if everybody around me is asking questions, as if a huge shift is going on. I am experiencing a migration of opportunities and new things. Everything is awakening within me, but I have to wait a little while to plant the seeds. I have not found the right ground yet.

Sometimes we have to give a part of our mind a rest and move on to another part of our mind where we can plant these new seeds. I have had this experience in life a few times. We sow and we reap. Just like the farmer we have to wait until the field is ready for harvest. I have realised that I cannot make this go any quicker, because then I would be missing out on some very important points. Yes, I know, I have said it many times before, but it is worth repeating.

All this takes so much patience. In my work as a medium so many people come to see me, because they are kind of stuck and do not know how to move forward with their ideas. That is a procedure that needs to take time in order to create a solid foundation. In this world nothing can be forced. The result will not be good if we do that.

Spirit works with me by giving me pieces of a puzzle. As I place the pieces of the puzzle, suddenly colours and formations will start giving me ideas, and a beautiful picture starts to emerge that encourages me to take the next step, but the waiting game is never an easy one. Then all of a sudden, I can see the full picture. I meet something completely new that I have not thought of before or have not given the attention it needed.

Learning is to have the discipline of a Buddhist monk. Once again – patience. Ascala often reminds me about my past mistakes and how I have tripped over myself. I had to learn from it and take responsibility for what I had created. It is all part of my personal learning experience and my projects. It will never end. It makes me more thoughtful. When I am in that mode of contemplation, I can pause and wait a little longer to see what will happen.

The human mind is a powerful computer with endless resources. If we open the door to our mind and put to one side all of our preconceived ideas and mindsets things will finally start to synchronise and sink in. It will give us a new foundation in which to move forward.

To all of you asking what is my purpose, I challenge you to use the techniques that I use. It would be very interesting to hear about your journey. Good luck!

/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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