Category: ethics

Free Will – Ethics and Mediumship

Free Will – Ethics and Mediumship

What is free will?   Free will is the power of acting without the constraint of necessity or fate; the ability to act at one’s own discretion.  Nobody should try and manipulate how someone should or should not interpret a message given to them from Spirit.   A person’s free will should never be messed with. Recently …

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Psychic Fairs – An Uncomfortable Conversation…

Psychic Fairs – An Uncomfortable Conversation…

There has to be an uncomfortable conversation, a serious dialogue that needs to be opened about Psychic Fairs.   Good practitioners are being harmed by poorly run psychic fairs and metaphysical events.  It is time to talk about it and I feel compelled to put a warning out there for those who may be considering working …

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Observation from Public Mediumship Demonstrations

Observation from Public Mediumship Demonstrations

I want to open yet another uncomfortable conversation for the Spiritualist community.  This time I want to share some things I have witnessed that happen during Public Mediumship Demonstrations.   It seems that there are a wide variety of opinions of what constitutes good mediumship. Recently my mentor Rev. Jack Rudy and I started a …

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Extreme Changes – Smiling through the Pain

Extreme Changes – Smiling through the Pain

October has been a month of extreme changes happening around me.   I found that there seems to be a lot of issues surrounding me about ethics in the Metaphysical community.    I have had this occur around me more times than I can count. Having this happen more than once, so it had to be a …

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Standing up to a bully – Why is it so hard?

Standing up to a bully – Why is it so hard?

I had enough and I am Standing up to a Bully!  I have been bullied all of my life.  Bullies come in all shapes and sizes, they can be men or women, family, friends, and strangers.  It can start out innocently enough and progressively get worse.  Often the victim of bullying suffers greatly as a …

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Rev. Colleen Kulikowski