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Experience the wonder of spirit communication firsthand - even if you don't think you were born a medium. Sharon Farber shares her amazing story of becoming a medium through study, not birthright, and she reveals how you can become one, too.

This easy-to-use, empowering book provides everything needed to lay your foundation for connecting with loved ones in spirit. Build your skills through practical techniques and hands-on exercises. Explore the different types of mediumship, what it is and isn't, and its roots in spiritualism. Learn how to gather information from those you connect with in spirit and how to overcome common fears and challenges. Featuring insights from Q&A sessions with various mediums, along with many ways to enhance your abilities - including setting intention, raising your vibration, trance work, meditation, and grounding - Choosing to Be a Medium demonstrates that anyone can connect with loved ones on the other side

©2019 Sharon Farber (P)2019 Blackstone Publishing

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  • AraSevera
  • 23-02-20

Not written to be an audio book

I got absolutely nothing from this book. Sounded like just a woman with a monotone voice reading her idea outlines for a future book. BORING. Wish I could exchange, Audible says NO.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-09-20

Computer generated voice

I will have to read this myself, as I couldn’t get past the reader. There is a name for the reader but I’m 99% sure it’s a computer reading this. There’s a distracting lilt to this voice and I couldn’t listen past a few minutes. I cannot rate the material until I read this myself, but just an FYI on the voice.

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  • the harsh truth
  • 20-10-20

Dangerous advice

So there are a few critiques I have. The first is the use of white sage, THIS IS CULTURAL APPROPRIATION AND UNETHICALLY SOURCED! Smudging white sage is a CLOSED PRACTICE! Unless you are Native American, or have been invited to use this practice directly from a tribe the practice of smudging white sage is cultural appropriation and harmful to the tribes that use this sacred and rare herb.

Furthermore, just as there is positive energy there is negative energy. I understand that in her opinion those in spirit or spirit beings do not harm people. However, there are negative energies that may cause harm. Please even if you do not believe in these be careful and protect yourself from negative energies by warding. This doesn’t mean you have to be afraid to connect with spirit, you don’t. Just be careful and protect yourself.

Overall, I liked the exercises gone over. There where just a few things that were red flags for me in this book like the white sage. The author probably isn’t aware it’s a closed practice, but I just want to make sure anyone who reads or listen is aware.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 18-01-21

Couldn't handle the narrator

The monotone vioce of the narrator is awful. had to quit! just don't do it

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  • Jayne Davis
  • 05-01-21

Excellent Exercises

I have taken a few different classes for mediumship and this book has some of the best exercises for developing all the different Clairs.

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  • brandi whitehead
  • 01-12-20

Well..

I can’t say this book was horrible. But the ladies story is kind of scattered and she wasn’t good with describing her personal experiences. It’s like she would tell a story of her own and then do like a teaching lesson. Idk I really struggled to get to chapter 2 and couldn’t continue to chapter 3. Some people may enjoy this book though but I can’t handle the scattered stories.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 20-11-19

Will Be Back

This is the ki d of book I could revisit time and and time again!

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  • della
  • 08-10-19

Great book

This book was in very good detail. The music was there all the time. Lot of beautiful information

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  • Blue Phoenix
  • 01-01-21

Informative, but not Meant To Be Read Aloud

It was s slow start. I quit listening to it and moved onto another more interesting book. After finishing that one, I came back to this one. and glad I did. It is a very good reference book. Would be better to have a hard copy right in front of you to look up how-to meditations, psychic development exercises, and endless other NUMBERED LISTS. Like I said, a good reference book!

At first, I didn't believe the narrator was a human voice! But very near the end of the reading, I actually heard her pause, take a breath, then raise the pitch of her voice ever so slightly as if she was bored...before continuing her flawless delivery. It made her voice sound more believable to me.

I gave it 3 and 4 stars because although it was mostly good and informative, the writing style and the delivery was slightly boring. It seemed a little behind the times, too sweet, condescending, and it seemed as if she was seeking validation for her beliefs. Near the end it seemed like she was proselytizing for The Spiritualist Church. I also strongly disagree with some of her smugly held beliefs, (such as: There is no such thing as evil spirits, ghosts or Earthbound spirits). I do, however, believe in the need for absolute confidence and fearlessness as the medium interacts with the beings from the spirit world.

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  • connie
  • 19-04-20

A can't put down read.

This book is the best that I've found in the explanation of how to become a Medium. Sharon leaves no stone unturned. A must read.

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