Alien versus Alien
Who is wrong and who is right…
Channelling is for the general public a lesser known quantity and often the messages channelled are shared by people with a similar interest. When a spiritual ‘newbie’ first learns about it, it can come across as something pulled out of a science fiction book.
But for some there might be a certain amount of intrigue that can encourage them to read more and when one does… a person with a good memory becomes, well, confused??
I certainly got confused. So many channelled messages and when you compare the different guides that talk about similar subjects… Wow!
It starts to look like some war of the Masters and Spirit Guides!
It seems that one Master or Guide cannot agree with another, or… does the problem lie with the Medium?
I have put the question concerning this topic on a variety of well attended spiritual forums. Apart from the usual abuse from people that felt ‘threatened’ about the authenticity of their own channelled messages, it seemed that the majority of members got confused too.
Some of the members actually asked their spirit guides and replied in the name of these guides. This was very interesting, as the replies were very diverse and at times contradicting each other too.
What is your thought on this? Do you think that channelling is often used to utter an opinion or thought process of the Medium him or herself which they don’t dare to share under their own name? (Personally, I think this sometimes happens).
For example: “My guide says this and therefore it is true” how can you reply to something like that? Maybe something like: “But my guide says this and therefore your guide is wrong!”
You see where I am coming from?
What is your idea about this? Or if you are a medium that channels messages, how do you verify the content of these messages especially if they contradict another medium’s channelled message?
Would love to hear your thoughts on this…
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