New Age, Bundle 1: Mediumship, Auras (New Age Series) by Tabitha Zalot

Zalot is highly informative and organised. But it may take quite some more convincing to get people to practice this less traversed road. It may seem very easy to talk about it but the practices are not and readers should not be misled into believing that they can endure it all by themselves without any professional help.

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Title: New Age, Bundle 1: Mediumships, Auras (New Age Series)

Author: Tabitha Zalot

Publisher: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited

Date of Publication: 6 October 2017

Genre: Self-Help

Rating: 4.7/5

A dimly lit alley ends into the open doors of what looks like a very spooky shop. Entering inside reveals a whole new world of crystal balls, lucky charms and coloured stones. A queerly dressed woman appears out of nowhere, grabs you by the hand and seats you before a crystal ball that starts to emit smoke of varying colours. You don’t know if you are bewildered by the events or the lady herself. What did she say her name was again? You just want to run out but the doors have shut you in and the chair seems to buckle at your waist to the extent of asphyxiation. You must be out of your mind but it is your mind that she seems to be interested in. She wants to read it. She knows everything about you though you don’t remember introducing yourself and her crystal is glittering with news about your future endeavours. Do you stay or do you leave?

If you’ve never had such an experience or are too cynical about having one, then Mediumships is the book to guide you through towards what it claims to be your next psychic experience. The book states that while mediumship is something fun to read and learn about, it comes with a lot of responsibilities and errands. It is clearly not a game for the frivolous minded. While connecting with angels, deceased loved ones and personal guides may seem a great way to get answers to the questions that run about your mind but this access to a support team can come at a cost to those who do not know how to appreciate them properly. It involves developing a sound judgement. The book elaborates on the various types of mediumships including both physical and mental and explains their attributes briefly. Some myths are busted while shedding light on the nature of these interactions. The guide also suggests ways to improve one’s communion with the spiritual world for after all the desire to have a proper interaction can be fulfilled only by making oneself fit for such sessions.

The book has all the information needed to hone one’s skills and sharpen them to become a medium, learn more about the benefits of honing psychic or mediumship abilities including ways to decipher messages of the dead. It claims to make people one of the best mediums in the world to enjoy a journey of spiritual awakening.

The tone of the book is highly persuasive but it’s not about trying a trick or pulling off a few feats. Zalot seems to try to induce the reader into taking it up more seriously as an out of the body and out of the world experience. The book mentions the types of encounters and their consequences but what the book doesn’t do even for once is that it never doubts the existence of a spiritual realm that is parallel or dissecting with the human world and is unseen by the naked eye. It begins and ends with the view that there is nothing more natural than the supernatural. Zalot is highly informative and organised. But it may take quite some more convincing to get people to practice this less traversed road. It may seem very easy to talk about it but the practices are not and readers should not be misled into believing that they can endure it all by themselves without any professional help. Addressing the readers as “you”, Zalot’s narrative is spontaneous and informal. If not anybody else, but Zalot seems highly experienced in all of it and willing to take the reader by the hand. However, this is clearly not a book for the faint hearted.

At a more personal level, the next book in the bundle deals with auras and personal energies. Zalot begins by talking about the psychic development and the qualities granted through it. Intuition is the closest that we come to any psychic ability in our daily life and is known as the sixth sense. Though it is attributed more to women, it is nothing less than a hunch, gut feeling or lucky guess. It is something possessed by all but harnessed by few. The same goes for clairvoyance. The book deals extensively with energy fields or auras that do not actually exist but are reflections of human emotions, mental and physical states. Distant energy healing unlike Reiki healing can help to change the course of the chakras and lead to heal a person affected by over activity or a mood downturn. The bonus exercise section helps to get the reader involved in understanding their auras and be able to better navigate them. The book elaborates further on the 7 chakras present in the human body and the meanings of the colour of auras. The chapter titled Hidden Secrets is perhaps the most interesting as it gets hands-on with the topic and asks the reader to follow the steps to feel their auras. The do’s and don’ts provide ample advice on the things that need to be kept in mind about the astral plane. This is an extremely interesting book and an exciting read for self -improvement.

 

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Author: Tee Wai

Tee Wai is an avid reader, a book reviewer and an aspiring writer. Follow the blog for some exciting updates!

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