Choose a half-hour session for an evidential sitting connecting to spirit or choose a spiritual assessment to find out about your own spiritual development and team.
Private Readings serve many purposes. They may help us to reconnect to loved ones who may also wish to offer a message of support and guidance
Spiritual assessments may help us understand our own spiritual journey and pathway for development
Kim is passionate about personal and Spiritual development and experimenting with the Spirit world and about connecting others to it.
What to Expect with a Private Reading:
What is an Evidential Reading?
An evidential Reading offers a connection with people who have passed on. If you believe that there is life after death, evidential readings offer a medium to communicate with that life. The medium will open themselves to communication and invite people to come through. They will describe them to you and pass on any messages that come through. This is not about the future!
What is a Spiritual Assessment?
A spiritual assessment takes a look at your journey through life and your spiritual unfoldment and abilities. It may assist with an understanding of your spirit team, any current or latent spiritual abilities and offer guidance on possible development of those spiritual gifts so you can move forwards.
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As European democracy comes under pressure once again, this series explores the histories that have shaped present culture and conflict across the continent.