Psychic Readings South London

Here you will find details of Psychic Mediums offering readings in South London Wimbledon – Kingston upon Thames – Bermondsey – Clapham – Eltham – Lewisham – Woolwich – Blackheath – Southwark – New Cross and Dulwich –

Click —->Psychic Readings in South London to find psychics 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.


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Mediums Offering Readings in South London

No mediums offering readings in these locations yet: Wimbledon – Kingston upon Thames – Bermondsey – Clapham – Eltham – Lewisham – Woolwich – Blackheath – Southwark – New Cross and Dulwich –

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

Past this point is some interesting stuff on the subject of clairvoyance from Charles W Leadbeater. I don’t agree with everything he has to say about psychics but who am I to say what is true and what isn’t! – AND a few interesting quotes will fill the space until more psychics start advertising their readings here.

“This was a very poor and paltry experience, but it enabled me to understand better how it is that clairvoyants see than any amount of disquisition.

“The picture were apropos of nothing; they had been suggested by nothing I had been reading or talking of; they simply came as if I had been able to look through a glass at what was occurring somewhere else in the world. I had my peep, and then it passed, nor have I had a recurrence of a similar experience.”

Mr. Stead regards that as a “poor and paltry experience”, and it may perhaps be considered so when compared with the greater possibilities, yet I know many students who would be very thankful to have even so much of direct personal experience to tell. Small though it may be in itself, it at once gives the seer a clue to the whole thing, and clairvoyance would be a living actuality to a man who had seen even that much in a way that it could never have been without that little touch with the unseen world.

The little book went on to argue logically enough that God, being almighty, must possess the wonderful power of sight which we have been postulating for our observed; and further, that being omnipresent, He must be at each of the stations which we mentioned, and also at every intermediate point, not successively but simultaneously. Granting these premises, the inevitable deduction follows that everything which has ever happened from the very beginning of the world must be at this very moment taking place before the eye of God-not a mere memory of it, but the actual occurrence itself being under His observation.

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South London

Wimbledon – Kingston upon Thames – Bermondsey – Clapham – Eltham – Lewisham – Woolwich – Blackheath – Southwark – New Cross and Dulwich –

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More from Charles:

All that it has to give-all of it at least that he can assimilate-is within the reach of the trained pupil, but for the untrained clairvoyant to touch it is hardly more than a bare possibility. It has been done in mesmeric trance, but the occurrence is of exceeding rarity, for it needs almost superhuman qualifications in the way of lofty spiritual aspiration and absolute purity of thought and intention upon the part both of the subject and the operator.

To a type of clairvoyance such as this, and still more fully to that which belongs to the reading next above it, the name of spiritual sight may reasonably be applied; and since the celestial world to which it opens our eyes lies all round us here and now, it is fit that our passing reference to it should be made under the heading of simple clairvoyance, thought it may be necessary to allude to it again when dealing with clairvoyance in space, to which we will now pass on.

It is then asked whether under these circumstances a man sees always with this abnormal sight, or only when he wishes o do so. The answer is that if the faculty is perfectly developed it will be entirely under his control, and he can use that or his more ordinary vision at will. He changes from one to the other as readily and naturally as we now change the focus of our eyes when we look up from our book to follow the motions of some object a mile away. It is, as it were, a focussing of consciousness on the one or the other aspect of what is seen: and though the man would have quite clearly in his view the aspect upon which his attention was for the moment fixed, he would always be vaguely conscious of the other aspect too, just as when we focus our sight upon any object held in our hands we yet vaguely see the opposite wall of the room as a background.