Psychic Mediums Scottish Highlands

Psychic Mediums Scottish Highlands

 Psychic Readings in Your Area

Psychic Readings in Your Area Robin Foy

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Photograph right:  Mrs J H (Fanny) Conant, photographed by William H Mumler, showing a spirit portrait of her brother, Charles H Crowell.

Aberfeldy – Aultbea – Altnaharra – Applecross – Aviemore Back of Keppoch – Ballachulish – Beauly – Blair Atholl – Braemar Cannich – Coldbackie – Crianlarich – Cromarty Culbokie Dalwhinnie – Dingwall – Dornie – Dornoch – Durness Fort Augustus – Fort William Gairloch – Glencoe – Glenelg Inveraray – Invermoriston – Inverness Killin – Kingussie – Kinlochleven – Kinlochewe – Kinloch Rannoch – Kyle of Lochalsh – Lochinver Mallaig Nairn – Newtonmore – North Ballachulish – Nethy Bridge Oban – Plockton – Poolewe Shieldaig – South Ballachulish – Strathpeffer – Strathy Taynuilt – Thurso – Tobermory – Tomintoul – Tongue – Torridon Ullapool Wick –

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Readings 4u is committed to promoting Psychic Mediums.  Over the coming months we intend to expand the website to include articles on Psychic mediums, some well known, for example ]]> , and other mediums, less well know.

These county pages will be devoted to local groups where Psychic Mediums is of interest, and also provide a place for publication of Psychic circle activity.

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Nothing to post for this area as yet.  In the meantime here is an extract from one of my favorite books, “The Power of Now”.


Short of this perfect prevision we find, as in the previous cases, that all degrees of this type of clairvoyance exist, from the occasional vague premonitions which cannot in any true sense be called sight at  all, up to frequent and fairly complete second-sight. The faculty to which this latter somewhat misleading name has been given is an extremely interesting one and would well repay more careful and systematic study than has ever higher to been given to it.

It is best know to us as a not infrequent possession of the Scottish Highlanders, though it is by no means confirmed to them. Occasional instances of it have appeared in almost every nation, but it has always been commonest among mountaineers and men of lonely life. With us in England it is often spoken of as though it were the exclusive appanage of the Celtic race, but in reality it has appeared among similarly situated peoples the world over. It is stated, for example, to be very common among the Westphalian peasantry.

Sometimes the second-sight consists of a picture clearly foreshowing some coming event; more frequently, perhaps, the glimpse of the future is given by some symbolical appearance. It is noteworthy that the events foreseen are invariably unpleasant ones – death being the commonest of all; I do not recollect a single instance in which the second-sight has shown anything which was not of the most gloomy nature. It has a ghastly symbolism which is all its own – a symbolism of shrouds and corpse-candles, and other funeral horrors. In some cases it appears to be to a certain extent dependent on locality, for it is stated that inhabitants of the Isle of Skye who possess the faculty often lose it when they leave the island, even though it be  only to cross to the mainland. The gift of such sight is sometimes hereditary in a family for generations, but this is not an invariable rule, for it often appears sporadically in one member of a family otherwise free from its lugubrious influence.


Extracts from Robert Monroe’s Journey’s out of the Body

However, as long as you are in the Psychic dimension and linked to the collective human psyche, Psychic pain – although rare – is still possible. This is not to be confused with suffering, with mental emotional pain. All suffering is ego-created and is due to resistance. Also, as long as you are in this dimension, you are still subject to its cyclical nature and to the law of impermanence of all things, but you no longer perceive this as “bad” – it just is. Through allowing the “isness” of all things, a deeper dimension underneath the play of opposites reveals itself to you as an abiding presence, an unchanging deep stillness, an uncaused joy beyond good and bad. This is the joy of Being, the peace of God. On the level of form, there is birth and death, creation and destruction, growth and dissolution, of seemingly separate forms. This is reflected everywhere: in the life cycle of a star or a planet, a Psychic body, a tree, a flower; in the rise and fall of nations, political systems, civilizations; and in the inevitable cycles of gain and loss in the life of an individual.

There are cycles of success, when things come to you and thrive, and cycles of failure, when they wither or disintegrate and you have to let them go in order to make room for new things to arise, or for transformation to happen. If you cling and resist at that point, it means you are refusing to go with the flow of life, and you will suffer. It is not true that the up cycle is good and the down cycle bad, except in the mind’s judgment. Growth is usually considered positive, but nothing can grow forever. If growth, of whatever kind, were to go on and on, it would eventually become monstrous and destructive. Dissolution is needed for new growth to happen. One cannot exist without the other. The down cycle is absolutely essential for spiritual realization. You must have failed deeply on some level or experienced some deep loss or pain to be drawn to the spiritual dimension. Or perhaps your very success became empty and meaningless and so turned out to be failure. Failure lies concealed in every success, and success in every failure. In this world, which is to say on the level of form, everybody “fails” sooner or later, of course, and every achievement eventually comes to naught. All forms are impermanent. You can still be active and enjoy manifesting and creating new forms and circumstances, but you won’t be identified with them. You do not need them to give you a sense of self. They are not your life – only your life situation. Your Psychic energy is also subject to cycles. It cannot always be at a peak. There will be times of low as well as high energy. There will be periods when you are highly active and creative, but there may also be times when everything seems stagnant, when it seems that you are not getting anywhere, not achieving anything. A cycle can last for anything from a few hours to a few years. There are large cycles and small cycles within these large ones. Many illnesses are created through fighting against the cycles of low energy, which are vital for regeneration. The compulsion to do, and the tendency to derive your sense of self worth and identity from external factors such as achievement, is an inevitable illusion as long as you are identified with the mind. This makes it hard or impossible for you to accept the low cycles and allow them to be. Thus, the intelligence of the organism may take over as a self protective measure and create an illness in order to force you to stop, so that the necessary regeneration can take place. The cyclical nature of the universe is closely linked with the impermanence of all things and situations. The Buddha made this a central part of his teaching. All conditions are highly unstable and in constant flux, or, as he put it, impermanence is a characteristic of every condition, every situation you will ever encounter in your life. It will change, disappear, or no longer satisfy you. Impermanence is also central to Jesus’ teaching: “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust consume and where thieves break in and steal….” As long as a condition is judged as “good” by your mind, whether it be a relationship, a possession, a social role, a place, or your Psychic body, the mind attaches itself to it and identifies with it. It makes you happy, makes you feel good about yourself, and it may become part of who you are or think you are. But nothing lasts in this dimension where moth and rust consume. Either it ends or it changes, or it may undergo a polarity shift: The same condition that was good yesterday or last year has suddenly or gradually turned into bad. The same condition that made you happy, then makes you unhappy. The prosperity of today becomes the empty consumerism of tomorrow. The happy wedding and honeymoon become the unhappy divorce or the unhappy coexistence. Or a condition disappears, so its absence makes you unhappy. When a condition or situation that the mind has attached itself to and identified with changes or disappears, the mind cannot accept it. It will cling to the disappearing condition and resist the change. It is almost as if a limb were being torn off your body. We sometimes hear of people who have lost all their money or whose reputation has been ruined committing suicide. Those are the extreme cases. Others, whenever a major loss of one kind or another occurs, just become deeply unhappy or make themselves ill. They cannot distinguish between their life and their life situation. I recently read about a famous actress who died in her eighties. As her beauty started to fade and became ravaged by old age, she grew desperately unhappy and became a recluse. She, too, had identified with a condition: her external appearance. First, the condition gave her a happy sense of self, then an unhappy one. If she had been able to connect with the formless and timeless life within, she could have watched and allowed the fading of her external form from a place of serenity and peace. Moreover, her external form would have become increasingly transparent to the light shining through from her ageless true nature, so her beauty would not really have faded but simply become transformed into spiritual beauty. However, nobody told her that this is possible. The most essential kind of knowledge is not yet widely accessible. The Buddha taught that even your happiness is dukkha -a Pali word meaning “suffering” or “unsatisfactoriness.” It is inseparable from its opposite. This means that your happiness and unhappiness are in fact one. Only the illusion of time separates them. This is not being negative. It is simply recognizing the nature of things, so that you don’t pursue an illusion for the rest of your life. Nor is it saying that you should no longer appreciate pleasant or beautiful things or conditions. But to seek something through them that they cannot give – an identity, a sense of permanency and fulfillment – is a recipe for frustration and suffering. The whole advertising industry and consumer society would collapse if people became enlightened and no longer sought to find their identity through things. The more you seek happiness in this way, the more it will elude you. Nothing out there will ever satisfy you except temporarily and superficially, but you may need to experience many disillusionrnents before you realize that truth. Things and conditions can give you pleasure, but they will also give you pain. Things and conditions can give you pleasure, but they cannot give you joy. Nothing can give you joy. Joy is uncaused and arises from within as the joy of Being. It is an essential part of the inner state of peace, the state that has been called the peace of God. It is your natural state, not something that you need to work hard for or struggle to attain. Many people never realize that there can be no “salvation” in anything they do, possess, or attain. Those who do realize it often become world-weary and depressed: if nothing can give you true fulfillment, what is there left to strive for, what is the point in anything? The Old Testament prophet must have arrived at such a realization when he wrote “I have seen everything that is done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and a striving after wind.” When you reach this point, you are one step away from despair – and one step away from enlightenment. A Buddhist monk once told me: ‘All I have learned in the twenty years that I have been a monk I can sum up in one sentence: All that arises passes away. This I know.” What he meant, of course, was this: I have learned to offer no resistance to what is; I have learned to allow the present moment to be and to accept the impermanent nature of all things and conditions. Thus have I found peace. To offer no resistance to life is to be in a state of grace, ease, and lightness. This state is then no longer dependent upon things being in a certain way, good or bad. It seems almost paradoxical, yet when your inner dependency on form is gone, the general conditions of your life, the outer forms, tend to improve greatly. Things, people, or conditions that you thought you needed for your happiness now come to you with no struggle or effort on your part, and you are free to enjoy and appreciate them – while they last. All those things, of course, will still pass away, cycles will come and go, but with dependency gone there is no fear of loss anymore. Life flows with ease. The happiness that is derived from some secondary source is never very deep. It is only a pale reflection of the joy of Being, the vibrant peace that you find within as you enter the state of nonresistance. Being takes you beyond the polar opposites of the mind and frees you from dependency on form. Even if everything were to collapse and crumble all around you, you would still feel a deep inner core of peace. You may not be happy, but you will be at peace.

Using And Relinquishing Negativity

Psychic Mediums Scottish Highlands

Is there any scientific evidence for this?

Try it out and you will be the evidence.

Strengthening The Immune System


Aberchalder Lodge-Highland (near Fort Augustus) – A’Chill-Highland – Achnashellach Station-Highland – Aird of Sleat-Highland – Alligin Shuas-Highland – Altnabreac Station-Highland – Ault a’ chruinn-Highland – Aultguish Inn-Highland – Back of Keppoch-Highland – Balnacoil Lodge-Highland – Big Sand-Highland – Blar a’ Chaorainn-Highland – Boat of Garten-Highland – Bonar Bridge-Highland – Brae of Achnahaird-Highland – Bridge of Brown-Highland – Bridge of Forss-Highland – Camas Luinie-Highland – Camault Muir-Highland (near Inverness) – Carn gorm-Highland – Conon Bridge-Highland (near Inverness) – Crask of Aigas-Highland (near Inverness) – Culloden Moor-Highland (near Inverness) – Duisdale Mhor-Highland – Dulnain Bridge-Highland (near Grantown on Spey) – East Clyne-Highland – East Croachy-Highland (near Inverness) – East Mey-Highland – Easter Galcantray-Highland (near Inverness) – Easter Kinkell-Highland (near Inverness) – Easter Moniack-Highland (near Inverness) – Easter Suddie-Highland (near Inverness) – Eilean Shone-Highland – Feshie Bridge-Highland – Findon Mains-Highland (near Inverness) – Fort Augustus-Highland – Fort George-Highland (near Inverness) – Fort William-Highland – Glen Nevis-Highland – Glutt -Highland – Grantown on Spey-Highland – Hartmount Holdings-Highland – Hill of Fearn-Highland – Hilton of Cadboll-Highland – Inshes Wood-Highland (near Inverness) – Isle of Eigg-Highland – Isle of Raasay-Highland – Isle of Rhum-Highland – Isle of Skye-Highland – Isle Ornsay-Highland – John O’ Groats-Highland – Kinloch Hourn-Highland – Kinloch Laggan-Highland – Kyle of Lochalsh-Highland – Land hallow-Highland – Laxford Bridge-Highland – Letterfinlay Lodge -Highland (near Fort William) – Little Gruinard-Highland – Little Scatwell-Highland (near Ardross) – Lower Diabaig-Highland – Lower Gledfield-Highland – Lyne of Gorthleck-Highland (near Inverness) – Mains of Dalvey-Highland (near Glenlivet) – Meikle Ferry-Highland – Mellon Charles-Highland – Mellon Udrigle-Highland – Mid Clyth-Highland – Mid Main-Highland (near Inverness) – Midtown Brae-Highland – Moss side-Highland (near Inverness) – Muir of Ord-Highland (near Inverness) – Muirton Mains-Highland (near Inverness) – Nethy Bridge-Highland (near Nairn) – Nevis Bridge-Highland – New Kelso-Highland – Newlands of Geise-Highland – Newton of Ferintosh-Highland (near Inverness) – Nipster-Highland – North Ballachulish-Highland (near Fort William) – North Erradale-Highland – North Kessock-Highland (near Inverness) – Old Shoremore-Highland – Oldshore More-Highland – Oykel Bridge-Highland – Port an Eorna-Highland – Port Henderson-Highland – Port Mor-Highland – Port na long-Highland – Red Point-Highland – Sand Laide-Highland – Scourie More-Highland – Shepherds Dene-Highland – Shiel Bridge-Highland – Skelbo Muir-Highland – Skye of Curr-Highland (near Tomintoul) – South Erradale-Highland – South Kessock-Highland (near Inverness) – Spean Bridge-Highland – Strome Ferry-Highland – The Braes-Highland – The Mound-Highland – Thurso East-Highland – Upper Ardchronie-Highland – Upper Bighouse-Highland – Upper Breakish-Highland – Upper Camster-Highland – Upper Eathie-Highland (near Cromarty) – West Helmsdale-Highland – Wester Moy-Highland (near Inverness) –

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