Sensations of Channeling
Channeling or mediumship can cause many sensations as you open your mind to it.
This book discusses some of those sensations. There are many more that may happen to mediums that are not covered in this book.
The most widely felt sensation is just the same as breathing. It is a bodily function just as taking a breath is. Channeling is so simple that it goes hardly noticed, such as in daydreaming or dreams at night. A medium's body might not change in any manner other than the fact that he or she is channeling. This generally occurs to people who are unaware that they are mediums. Using their resources as an everyday occurrence they have no idea they should feel any differently.
Upon discovering that mediumship is a viable event- and an important one at that - people tend to believe that channeling should create some extraordinary change in their bodies. As you go further into the study of channeling, it might.
Some sensations you might experience during channeling are dry mouth, tingling in localized areas, localized pain, extreme heat or cold body temperatures, uncontrollable shaking, body color change, itching, ringing or buzzing in the ears, hearing someone speak who is dead, smelling odors foreign to the area, chills and chill bumps in localized areas, tasting a foreign taste, and crying. None or all of these symptoms can apply and might be totally unexpected.
For the trance medium, other spirits may be invited into the body for a limited amount of time in order to supply their message. This medium may allow partial or total body control with which the spirits may work.
You don't have to worry about a spirit keeping possession of your body. It cannot without permission. Channels, or mediums, have complete control and authority over their bodies.
It is not uncommon for a medium to feel different vibrations when channeling. This assists the medium in understanding that the information is coming from an outside source. Without this feeling they could not be sure. Family or friends of the dead give confirmation of data received, but
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