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Automatic Writing and Physical Mediumship described by Stainton Moses

Automatic Writing and Physical Mediumship described by Stainton Moses

By Stainton Moses Physical Mediumship and Automatic Writing Since we are born into a physical body, we have to train and practice in order to mature, grow up and learn to operate and negotiate the technologies we have invented and constructed around us. First we have to learn to breathe, feed, walk and run, speak, learn language, communicate and travel. All the time we are having to combat the physical laws of gravity, atmospheric pressure, temperature, and battle the elements such as temperature, wind, rain, snow and hail. We need to exercise to keep fit, otherwise inertia would lead to stagnation, disease and death. Musicians have to practice and play every day in order to remain proficient on their particular instruments. Opera singers have to train and practice throughout their careers in order the be on form. Excellence in any occupation or skill demands dedication and this takes up a lot of energy and effort. Unfortunately, all the technology around us is making us lazy; radios and recording devices make us listen to music rather than play an instrument at home; the automobile is taking away our ability to walk, and with our telephones and texting devices we are losing the art of handwriting. It is not even taught in some schools. In our sports we have to train rigorously in order to compete in specific areas. To enhance their performance, some athletes may take drugs, as did Ben Johnson in running, or Lance Armstrong in cycling. But this is a dangerous practice, destroying both the body and ethical standards of sportsmanship. Also, drugs such as L.S.D. taken to...CLICK HERE TO READ ON...
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