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The ABC of Mediumship: Part Three with Elizabeth Titterton

10 November.1:00 pm-4:30 pm

10th November | 1pm – 4:30pm | £35 | Online (ZOOM)

This workshop is aimed at those with a grounding in Mediumship.

Following on from the first two workshops which worked on identifying your own light energy and the energies working with you from Spirit, this workshop shall focus on delivering messages from Spirit in the truest and purest form. Messages from Spirit should offer healing through the communication received by Spirit and should leave no doubt in the mind of the recipient that their loved ones are connecting through the Medium. Spirit connections are not some great unknown but rather communication of souls… embrace it.

What To Expect

Spiritual journeys are a blend of life experience and continual growth. Communication is key as students move forward, for the message and its delivery is everything. Students shall be allowed to participate in one to one readings and group participation with question and answer sessions offered throughout.

Students each have their own personal journeys which have taken them thus far
and the workshop shall explore the influence this can have on their mediumship moving forward. Individuals bring much to the workshop and this shall allow them a platform to offer their mediumship in a way that is offered with sincerity and faith in the connection

Elizabeth Titterton

joan frew at the sir arthur conan doyle centre

Elizabeth Titterton is a Clairvoyant Medium from the beautiful Mull of Kintyre in Scotland. She has been aware of her connection with Spirit since childhood. Elizabeth feels that compassion is at the heart of all she offers spiritually. For her, it’s important that her work for Spirit is offered in a heartfelt and personal way.

She feels very privileged doing her work for Spirit. Learn more about Elizabeth here.


10 November
1:00 pm-4:30 pm
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