#bookreview – Developing Mediumship ~Gordon Smith~


In his latest book, Gordon Smith – ‘Hailed as the UK’s most accurate medium’ – teaches you how to develop your own abilities as a medium, with humour, warmth and skill. Using simple yet powerful exercises Gordon talks you through each stage of your journey to become a medium, teaching by example and including some of his most memorable and enlightening experiences.

About the Author:

Gordon Smith, the author of Spirit Messenger and The Unbelievable Truth, is an astoundingly accurate medium who’s renowned for his ability to give exact names of people, places, and even streets. Gordon travels all around the world demonstrating his abilities, 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 numbers of journalists and documentary producers.

My Review:


I have been interested in mediumship for most of my adult life but it’s only in the 7-8 years I have really delved into the possibility that I could be a medium.

This book was superb and is written in an easy to understand way with exercises to complete and meditations to help you to develop your own abilities. I love his stories of things that happened to him along his own journey.

This book is a great read whether you just have an interest in the subject of mediumship or you wish to develop your own skills, it’s such a fascinating read and provides advice on where to go to help develop further, advise that I finally took this year!

I can only aspire to be as good as Gordon Smith although I doubt I ever will be but I’m enjoying the journey.

If you have read this book what did you think of it? Did it help with your development, please tell us in the comments.

If you have yet to discover this book then it’s available by clicking the links from Amazon UK and iBooks

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