Mediumship and spirituality are often seen as a combined subject. But it’s not always the case.
Mediumship is provided by a medium. It’s the proof of life after death by connecting with loved ones in the spirit world during a one-on-one setting with a client or in a group reading. The recipient will receive information about the spirit’s life in the physical world, personality, and memories created together. The client will be comforted by knowing that his or her loved one is still around, and this may improve the grieving process.
Spirituality is a way of living. Anyone who chooses to practice mindfulness, take actions of kindness, or give and receive unconditional love is a spiritual person. When your mind focuses on positive thoughts, you create higher energy around you. This improves your quality of life, as well as that of the other people whom you’re involved with.
Do you need to be a medium to be spiritual? Absolutely not. Being spiritual is a choice, a healthy way of living, and a daily practice. Nobody can give spirituality to you or take it away from you. It’s your decision and comes with a wonderful personal development by simply being positive, loving, and kind.
Is every medium spiritual? Absolutely not. In my opinion, mediumship is given to some people at the time of birth. Other people decide to explore their potential by going through a healing process and heightening their aura. Then, they are open to experience where their potential as a medium is later on in life. At the end, it’s still a medium’s choice to become spiritual.
Spirituality isn’t mediumship. It’s the accomplishment of a person by making a conscious decision of how to live his or her life.