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My guest on this episode is Inge Crosson who owns and runs the Wallacia Development Centre in the Blue Mountain regions of New South Wales, near Sydney. As synchronicity would have it, she and I grew up in the same part of Germany in towns only about 20 km apart from each other.
I say in the intro to the podcast that my intention here is to help expand your consciousness and this conversation certainly expanded mine. Physical mediumship is not something I have looked into in much detail before. Inge on the other hand has spent the past 10 years working with physical mediums around the world. She herself is a medium and she has sat in a few hundred seances with over 20 different physical mediums. She is also a successful businesswoman and her academic education includes Intensive Care registered nurse, Bachelor of Teaching, Masters in Education and Research.
As a result she brings a very matter of fact and down to earth approach to the many remarkable stories she has to share from physical mediumship seances. Stories about the ways in which the non-physical dimension became tangibly present to her and others, and also ways in which extraphysical consciousnesses manipulate the physical dimension in both incredible and humorous ways. Versions of physical mediumship have been around for millennia among Aboriginal Australians and other indigenous and shamanic cultures around the world. It is also a field that is a popular target for skeptics and there seem to be few detailed studies of these phenomena. Of course what is presented here is also merely anecdotal. But If we treat the experiences shared by Inge, which are really just a snapshot of thousands of such experiences people report across the world, as data for the interface between physical and non-physical dimensions, they provide all manner of interesting detail about what is involved in communicating and interacting across dimensions of manifestation and how can we contribute to that process. This is a fascinating and important area of study and human life and so I hope you enjoy this conversation.
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