Psychic Readings Scotland

Here you will find details of Psychic Mediums offering readings in Scotland Scotland –

Click —->Psychic Readings in Scotland to find psychic mediums offering readings online, by phone or email. Phone readings will of course be easiest if they are not local to you. Psychic email readings may be offered but please bear in mind that not every psychic will be a born touch-typer and not all psychics are happy working for free or small amounts. They may feel they need to charge more if an email takes a long time to type. Make sure you know what you are paying for when you order your reading.


Psychic Readings

It is my personal belief that nothing that comes from Spirit is meant to harm or alarm us. If your psychic reading contains messages of doom, sickness, death or misery, then please first question the validity of the psychic that gave you the reading. If in any doubt, please feel free to contact me. Please also see: Psychic Reading Free on our sister site Readings4U.

Mediums Offering Readings in Scotland

Scotland –

If you are offering psychic readings or know of a clairvoyants in any of these areas, please let us know.

The churches listed will almost certainly have ongoing development classes of various levels. Please contact them for more information on how to develop your psychic abilities. We welcome your feedback as regards any errors or omissions here.

Old Scout Hall
Chisholm place
Contact: E Davies
01324 871 905

Woodlands House
11 Ashley Street
Off Charing Cross
G3 6DR
Contact: Mary Primrose
0141 576 1294

Sunday Service begins at 6.30 p.m. followed by a Spiritual Healing Service .
We also have a Development Circle Tuesdays at 7.15.p.m.
Contact: Harry Boyd chairman
15 Edgemont Park
e-mail or by tel. 01698 324 607


Scotland –

Aberdeenshire – Angus (also known as Forfarshire) – Argyll – Ayrshire – Banffshire – Berwickshire – Buteshire – Caithness – Clackmannanshire – Dumfriesshire – Dunbartonshire – East Lothian (also known as Haddingtonshire]) – Edinburghshire: see Midlothian – Elginshire: see Morayshire – Fife – Forfarshire: see Angus – Haddingtonshire: see East Lothian – Inverness-shire – Kincardineshire – Kinross-shire – Kirkcudbrightshire – Lanarkshire – Linlithgowshire: see West Lothian – Midlothian (also known as Edinburghshire) – Morayshire (also known as Elginshire) – Nairnshire – Orkney – Peeblesshire – Perthshire – Renfrewshire – Ross and Cromarty (Ross-shire and Cromartyshire) – Roxburghshire – Selkirkshire – Stirlingshire – Sutherland – West Lothian (also known as Linlithgowshire) – Wigtownshire – Zetland –

More from Charles:

To the first of these subdivisions belong those who are clairvoyant only when in the mesmeric trance-who when not so entranced are incapable of seeing or hearing anything abnormal. These may sometimes reach great heights of knowledge and be exceedingly precise in their indications, but when that is so they are usually undergoing a course of regular training, though for some reason unable as yet to set themselves free from the leaden weight of earthly lie without assistance.

In the same class we may put those-chiefly Orientals-who gain some temporary sight only under the influence of certain drugs, or by means of the performance of certain ceremonies. The ceremonialist sometimes hypnotizes himself by his repetitions, and in that condition becomes to some extent clairvoyant; more often he simply reduces himself to a passive condition in which some other entity can obsess him and speak through him. Sometimes, again, his ceremonies are not intended to affect himself at all, but to invoke some astral entity who will give him the required information; but of course that is a case of magic, and not of clairvoyance. Both the drugs and the ceremonies are methods emphatically to be avoided by any one who wishes to approach clairvoyance from the higher side, and use it for his own progress and for the helping of others. The Central African medicine-man or witch doctor and some of the Tartar Shamans are good examples of the type.

Sweatlodges are a predominantly North American Indian tradition in which a low bender or humpy is constructed out of pliable tree branches and covered with blankets.  A pit is dug in the centre of the lodge and a large fire built outside into which river rocks are placed.  It is important that this space be ritually prepared by an experienced Shaman as during the sweat, participants become very open spiritually.  After all participants (often of the same sex) and the space is prepared, everyone disrobes and enters the sweatlodge on their backs, feet first, when they leave they leave on their backs, head first as if leaving the womb.  Once inside the red or white hot rocks are dropped into the pit and water poured over them.  It then gets very hot and steamy, much hotter and steamier than any sauna.: The participants are led in chanting and singing and may be asked to focus on a particular totem animal and ‘speak their truth.”  What follows over the next four quarters (30 minutes each) or even continuous sessions, is that the incredible heat, combined with your nakedness and the muddy floor, quickly strip away the niceties of modern living and you touch the real you in all its raw power and vulnerability.  Sweatlodges can lead to cathartic breakthroughs for all participants, provided they are run with the highest intentions.  A recommended activity for all bold explorers.