Mike Williamson has been a Clairvoyant Medium for the last thirty years, only discovering his clairvoyant abilities in his thirties. In Working In The Realms Of Spirit, he and his family find themselves renovating and living in a large farmhouse in Surrey, UK, full of unwelcome spiritual visitors. They weren’t going to give in to these forces that were plaguing them and making their lives unpleasant but first of all they had to understand them. Mike himself says: “‘As we couldn’t find anyone to get rid of them for us, we had to learn how to do it ourselves.”
They start their journey to understand the part they play on Earth as eternal beings, by going to a number of ‘unusual’ spiritual circles. Eventually, Mike and his wife Jan, who is also a Medium, find the right circle and build up their protective power, understanding of the workings of Spirit, and healing abilities, enough to become Rescue Mediums. Their task is to help ‘lost souls’ to go into The Light and Home. Always at their side are powerful Spiritual Guardians. The one who calls himself Richard teaches them everything they need to know about the universal laws governing the behaviour of spirits. It is mostly with Richard’s wise and loving assistance, coupled with extensive training, that Mike and Jan act as part of a Spiritual Police Force that keeps the physical world safe from negative energies that want to cause mayhem in our realm. For years they have been acting on Richard’s memorable advice when it comes to a clearing: “‘When in doubt, chuck ‘em out!”
Mike is still fully engaged in the duties of a Rescue Medium, unmasking ‘impostors’ and ejecting any negative entities hanging around various properties, as well as teaching others to recognise and use their own budding clairvoyant abilities.
As a Medium myself, I can honestly say that I have never heard of so many questions being asked and answered so clearly. Mike and Jan Williamson are very fortunate to have such ‘transparent’ Spiritual Guardians watching over them. I have learnt a great deal from their painstaking accounts of the conversations they had with their Guides, and spiritual visitors, both good and bad.
Review by Jane Stewart Adams
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