When a prediction has been made through me as a medium, at that moment in time it is an event that has not yet happened. It is not a part of our everyday consciousness, but it is something to be remembered. Everything has its’ time and for me predictions are a preparation for the future, so personally I just put it onto a shelf within the archives of my mind, with the attitude: we shall see. A danger with predictions can be that we can fall into the trap of living for the future, but not realising what we have in the moment. I have known many who, once a prediction has been given to them, have gone out into the world to make it happen straight away.

I have never planned my life based on the future, perhaps in a practical way, but not in a way that I have decided it will be in the future. As maybe most of you know I have the philosophy: the most important moment in our lives is the here and now. That should be the most important focus in our lives. Predictions are signposts for the future and once I reach that point in the signpost will reveal itself, either by a chance meeting or an unexpected invite. A prediction can even help me handle conflict in a way that was never expected, but a prediction is not a reality until we meet that moment as we walk our life’s pathway.

I was informed about my mother’s sickness and passing before she knew about it herself. The information came to me through a prediction. So, from the time of the prediction and once the diagnose was made it gave me time to prepare myself mentally. Before I began to work for Nordisk Film I heard the voice of my guide and he said: “Soon you will be hearing from Nordisk Film.” When I was invited to do the test to see if I could do the work my mind then was open and I was ready to accept the challenge.

‘Predictions can be our friend or our enemy, positive or negative. It depends on how we personally decide to receive them.

I could go on and on, but few points I have made are just an indication on how I handle predictions. They have certainly proven to be of great help, an excellent preparation in recognising opportunities. Once accepting those opportunities I also discovered a potential that I never realised I had. Predictions have also been a great help in difficult situations on my life’s journey, in finding the right way to resolve that situation in an emotionally intelligent way.

Predictions can be our friend or our enemy, positive or negative. It depends on how we personally decide to receive them. I continue to be given predictions about the future from my spirit guides. Sometimes I believe them and sometimes I am sceptical, but for me to be sceptical with an open mind is healthy. A little scepticism sharpens the mind and tells us not to be naive and accept everything that we are given. When a prediction is made I am now very quickly able to discover whether it comes from my guide Ascala, or the voice of my ego, but I am glad I put the predictions on a shelf and wait to see if it will materialise in the future.

I would like to hear your voice about this.

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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