The biggest thing that motivates me in life is to know that there is some form of life after death. That philosophy is the foundation of who I am. My belief has changed, developed and possibly been better understood since I have walked my life’s pathway.

Sometimes when I walk my road it is as if I am walking around in circles and getting nowhere, but from time to time I have to re-visit an unwanted situation so that I can find the key, step forward and leave it behind. You know, as I have walked through my life I have realize that the journey itself is my teacher. Spirit cannot be there all the time telling me what to do and which way to go. In the moments I have felt abandoned and unwanted I have been given an opportunity to get in touch with my potential, to know myself. If those moments of isolation were not there I would be looking outside of me for the answers, not inside myself. We can never determine what will happen to our life in the future, but our life’s path is still our own responsibility.

The most exciting challenge is to continue walking the road I have chosen and to allow that part of me that is a pioneer to find the right way forward for me. There have been times when my pathway has been like a maze; which way do I go? I can only navigate that road one day at a time and as I travel my road I must make choices, take risks and above all listen to the guiding power of my own feelings. From time to time I can think: Where is spirit now? I need their help. Well, I might feel as if they are not always there when I want them to be, but that is an assumption I make. Of course they are, but they are unseen and unheard. They are just observing, ever ready to show themselves if I need assistance, encouragement, love or healing. If they cannot give me that they will guide me to someone who can.

“Most of the storms I face are created by myself, based on my fear or dishonesty with myself or others.”

Yes, of course I make mistakes sometimes. Mistakes for me are but a reminder of a learning process that has yet to be completed. Throughout life there will always be the unexpected storm that takes us by surprise, whether that storm comes from within or without. For me that is a deciding factor that will tell me how developed I really am. That is when I have to question myself and my motives. If I do that with honesty and an open mind I can find my way forward again. Most of the storms I face are created by myself, based on my fear or dishonesty with myself or others.

With each new challenge I have the opportunity to grow stronger and learn more about myself. Without the challenges and the help I would not be where I am today, as a medium or a person.

Every human being is part of that divine light and I think that light tries to live through all of us. It is our choice.

I wish you all a lovely Easter holiday!

Terry Evans

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Terry Evans interest in parapsychology and mediumship began at an early age. His first encounter with an actual spiritualist medium came at the age of 22, when he was given his first private consultation by a medium. The effects of that experience were to prove to be a turning point in his life, offering new realisations. These realisations motivated Terry to develop his own inner potential of mediumship and intuition.

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