“An evidential medium is able to bring forth strong evidence of truth”

People seek the guidance of a Medium for many reasons, but foremost among them is to have an experience to confirm their belief in, or overcome their doubt about, the continuation of life after physical death. Three levels of material—general information, moderate evidence and strong evidence—generally come forth during a client session. General information can begin to open the hearts and minds of true believers in the afterlife, but often has little effect on skeptics. Moderate evidence truly moves the believer and usually generates a positive reaction from all but the hardest skeptics. Strong evidence drops jaws, brings tears and stops the skeptical mind in its tracks.

General Information messages include such things as “I love you;” they are with you in Spirit; please don’t cry; you are going through a hard time right now; and “I’m with you when you’re upset.”  These messages are usually not considered evidential. However, don’t discredit general information because it can be equally as important as strong evidential messages.  It can also communicate something seemingly unimportant to a bystander but which is deeply relevant to the client. General information can also add relevance and deeper meaning moderate and highly evidential material.

Moderate information communicates something more relevant to the client in particular, as opposed to people in general. For example, I may receive a communication from Spirit while working with a client that indicates that your loved one loved dogs. That’s very general of course. On the other hand, I may then receive communication relating to a specific breed of dog that being owned. If the client confirms that their loved one owned such a dog, that is considered moderate information—a “good hit” so to speak. Moderate information begins to describe an actual person, relationship or communicates something particularly relevant to the client or their loved one in Spirit.

An evidential medium is able to bring forth strong evidence– that is true and accurate about a client, her life and her loved ones who have crossed over. Strong evidence includes such things as details about personality traits, hair and eye color, whether they were tall or short, thin or heavy and often the cause of their passing. An evidential medium should be able to pick up on many of the quirks, hobbies and funny sayings the deceased used to say when alive.