Spirit Messenger by Gordon Smith
Information: 271 pages, paperback
They say: Gordon Smith's unique gifts as a medium, or messenger from the spirit world, have led him to become known as "Britain's most accurate medium."
Spirit Messenger was originally published in 2004; in it Gordon describes the development of his mediumistic skills and the training that he undertook to hone his extraordinary gifts. Since its publication, many people have asked Gordon for advice on how to improve their own psychic and mediumistic abilities, and so in this new and updated edition he has added teaching, tips and practical exercises.
Gordon tells you how to:
"It's impossible not to warm to Gordon Smith. He is one of the country's most successful mediums." Daily Express Read the first 22 pages of Spirit Messenger here:
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Gordon Smith is an internationally renowned medium. He has featured in several BBC documentaries and makes regular appearances on TV, including ITV's This Morning. He is a weekly columnist for Fate & Fortune magazine, Best magazine and the Daily Record
An astoundingly accurate medium, he is renowned for his ability to give exact names of people, places and even street names relevant to a person's life. Gordon travels around the world teaching, demonstrating his abilities and offering healing and comfort to thousands of people. His extraordinary skills have attracted the attention of university scientists researching psychic phenomena, as well as countless journalists and documentary producers.
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Len LeaperThis title is by Glaswegian Gordon Smith, the seventh son of a seventh son, a medium with a worldwide reputation. I found this book very easy to read, full of insights and personal anecdotes from the life of a successful medium. From humble beginnings Gordon has found his way to fame and gives readings both here and around the world. The book is written in a very down to earth style with many very humorous stories which illustrate various aspects of his work. As a child he began to experience many small events that were a prelude to his eventual development, later he began to walk his path, never losing touch with his roots of which he is rightly proud.
Gordon is a very dedicated medium, his purpose is to bring comfort and reassurance to those who grieve and demonstrate the existence of spirit after 'death'. Throughout his writing there is a pervasive strength of character, honesty, common sense and wisdom that serves to answer many questions both believers and sceptics may ask. I found this book fully enlightening and captivating, and having read it I feel honoured to have shared a little of the life of Gordon Smith.