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Julie Jurgan – Medium – Healer – Soulactivist

Looking back after all these years of training, learning, studying and working as a medium and healer I know that I found my purpose. This is what I came here to do and even from an early age I was aware of my gifts but not sure how to use them. Born and raised in Germany, my mother a homeopath and my dad a business manager I found myself torn between my occupation and my calling. I already used my first tarot cards when I was 12 years and did “fun” readings for my friends but never thought that I was really gifted in that way. As much as my parents tried to give me a solid foundation in life and asked me to learn a proper job I soon found out that being a visual merchandiser wouldn’t make me happy at all.

I had to follow my own path and find out what my purpose here on earth was. When I was 18 I started travelling the world and meeting people I wouldn’t have met if I would have stayed where I grew up. It took me nearly seven years of searching, travelling and doubting my path till I reached the Arthur Findlay College. It was there where I started my medium & healing education on a serious level when I turned 27 which was in 2011.

Since 2014 I live permanently in the UK.

Medium Education:

Since then I learnt as much as I could possible gain from many different teachers at the Arthur Findlay College, many of them very well-known and acknowledged mediums and healers. I learnt from people like Paul Jacobs, John Johnson, Andy Byng, Stella Upton, Kitty Wood, Jacky Wright, Biaggio Tropeano, Lynn Parker.

In 2015 I finished my Mentorship program with certified “Medium of Excellence” from Tony Stockwell.

I studied Spiritualism with the Spiritualist National Union from 2012 – 2015 to give me a good foundation and knowledge about the origins and phenomena of Spiritualism.

Healing Education:

Original Bachflower Remedies

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2014 Healing with Bachflower Remedies with Medium & Healer Susanne Munley.

I learnt how to apply the power of the Bachflower Remedies to assist in mental, emotional and physical healing.

 

Attunement to Tachyon Energy

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2014 Initiation into working with Tachyon Energy with Shamanic Healer Jade Cane.

I learnt how to charge objects with cleansing and clearing energy.

 

Astroshamanic Dance

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2014 Initiation into Astroshamanic Trance Dance with Healer & Holistic Therapist George Hollis.

I learnt how to use my physical energy to access the power of the zodiac.

 

Spiritual Healing

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2015 Introduction into Spiritual Healing at the AFC College, Essex.

I learnt how to use spirit energy to heal myself and others.

 

Trance Healing

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2015 Introduction into Trance Healing with Medium & Healer Natalie Walker.

A natural evolution from my spiritual healing to use different trance states and spirit guides for deeper healing.

 

Angelique Reiki

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2016 Attunement to Angelique Reiki with Healer & Hypnotherapist Sukirat Kaur Bahra.

Attunement to Angel Healing Rays and its use to enhance my healing abilities.

 

Dragon Reiki 1 &2, Dragon Ki Reiki & Dragon Empowerment

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2016 Initiation into Dragon Reiki 1 & 2, Dragon Ki Reiki & Dragon Empowerment with Shaman Peter Aziz.

Powerful attunements for enhancing healing abilities and empowerment.

 

Shamanic Trauma Release Technique

2016 Initiation into Trauma Release with Shamanic Practitioner Trevor Cowan.

Specialized technique to release trauma from body, mind and spirit.

 

Power of Manifestation

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2016 Manifestation & Multidimensional Shamanic Journeying with Astroshaman Franco Santoro.

Powerful empowerment on how to manifest in multidimensional worlds.

 

Healing Relationship on Multidimensional Level

2017 Multidimensional Relationship Healing with Astroshaman Franco Santoro.

Working & studying of the astroshamanic zodiac its healing properties and how to access them.

 

Healing Addiction

In 2018 I took part in an Online Healing Addiction Summit with Gabor Mate. During that time I learnt the complexity about addiction and how to deal with it on a psychological, emotional and spiritual level. I integrate this understanding in my healing work.

 

Philosophy Education:

 

Creative Writing

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2004 – 2007 Diploma in Creative Writing & Non-Fiction.

I studied creative writing and the writing of non-fiction in Germany.

 

 

Diploma in Chinese Metaphysics 

I studied  Chinese Metaphysics for three years including the Philosophy of Daoism, Geomancy and Chinese Astrology.

I hold a Diploma in Feng Shui as well as Chinese Astrology. I offer personal consultations only on request.

 Initiation into Korean Buddhism

I lived in South Korea in 2007 and during that period I was initiated into “The Art of Being” @ Guinsa Temple.

It was my first real contact with Korean Buddhism & its monks. The healing power of Buddhism never left me since and I still do offer Buddhist Blessings for Healing.

Study of Spiritualism

2012 – 2015 Study of Spiritualism its History, Philosophy and Phenomena with Spiritualist National Union.

I build a solid foundation about the knowledge of Spiritualism, its pioneers, expressions, phenomena and origins.

Diploma in Universal laws

In 2015 – 2016 I studied the 50 universal laws of Stuart Wilde. Based on his understanding of the universal laws I did a video blog and worked myself through the expression of each of the 50 universal laws. A powerful and transformational experience.

Diploma in Theosophy

In 2017 I received the Diploma in Theosophy with the Theosophical Society of England.

A natural evolution of my ongoing studies into spirituality, esoteric and its manifestations.

 

My monthly Newsletter

I do send out a monthly newsletter, every New Moon, with interesting stuff about the moon cycle and the zodiac, seasonal advice on your health, powerful tips for you to improve your life and sometimes a bit of philosophy. It is called the New-Moon-Letter.

Please make sure that you are receiving these monthly emails, so you get reconnected to living in harmony with nature and its cycles.

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Julie Jurgan

– Medium -Healer- Soulactivist –

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The Art of Mediumship by Andy Byng

The Power of the Story

I used to believe it was those in the audience with the greatest need that received communications during demonstrations of mediumship, but I learnt very quickly that it’s actually the people in the spirit world with the greatest need that communicate.

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In fact it’s the spirit person’s ‘will to communicate’, which is fuelled by the love they have for their loved one, that enables the communication to take place. Naturally, each spirit communicator will have certain things they need to impart to their loved ones. A mother in the spirit world may want to communicate with her son not only to help heal his grief and to uplift him, but also to provide enough information that differentiates her from all the other people in the spirit world who could communicate.

When the medium acknowledges that each spirit communicator has particular things they need to impart it then becomes obvious that our purpose as a medium is to allow the spirit person to tell their story, whatever story that may be, in order that the communicator’s needs can be satisfied. Although what I have said may appear to be a truism, it is surprising how many mediums fail to apply this simple idea to their mediumship. Over the years what I have seen time and time again is that some mediums have a tendency to want to express certain sorts of information within a contact – they want road names, full names, occupations, and so on. However, rather than allowing this information to occur naturally within a contact – only communicating it when the spirit person needs to express it – the medium either consciously, subconsciously, or unconsciously attempts to make it happen: they are looking for certain types of information.

Similarly, I often see mediumship that is somewhat formulaic. What I mean by this is that the medium attempts to apply a set structure, or a variation of a set structure, to each contact. For instance, they may start each communicator with a  physical description of the spirit person, then tell us how that person passed away, then describe the personality of the communicator, followed by their occupation, then a name, and so on.

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Although these approaches may work on those rare occasions that the spirit person coincidently wants to communicate that sort of information that the medium is looking for, or when the communicator happens to want to communicate their life story in accordance with the set structure that the medium has imposed on the contact, what happens when the medium forces the narrative of a communication in a direction that the spirit person does not naturally want to take?

The answer is that these two common problems can have a detrimental impact on a medium’s work: the contacts end up feeling like lifeless lists of information; the medium’s mind becomes naturally more prone to either colour the information they have received, or create the information itself; the soul of medium does not blend as adequately with the communicator’s, which will affect the way in which the information is received, and hinder the communicator’s ability to emanate their presence through the medium’s soul. In short, the medium will not be taken on a natural journey with the communicator, which means the contact will become ‘bitty’; it will lack substance and emotion. These two approaches to mediumship do now allow the medium to fully surrender to the power of the spirit communicator.

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During my development, I used to hear this word ‘surrender’ a lot, but I was never really given a clear explanation as to what it really meant. For me the notion of surrender is simple: I acknowledge that each spirit communicator has their own story they need to tell, and then rather than trying to control the direction of the narrative, or purposefully look for certain types of information, I allow the spirit person to communicate to me whatever information they want to communicate.

Furthermore, I am also open to receive the information in whatever way the  spirit world are able to manifest it in that moment, through either the clairsentience, the clairvoyance or the clairaudience. I then trust the first thing I have received, as it will be the most important thing I receive, and the starting point of the communicator’s story, and then allow the spirit person to take me on their journey, which ultimately allows their story to unfold naturally. I allow the communicator to lead the communication, and I follow. Mediumship is, therefore, inherently paradoxical: although the medium has to remain passive, in the sense of allowing the communicator to take control of the direction of the narrative, the medium also has to actively interpret the information they receive.

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Being able to remain perfectly passive, while simultaneously interpreting the information, and thus being an active component in the communication process, is the most difficult aspect of mediumship to master. Indeed, it is the art of mediumship itself. However, when done correctly, it allows the medium’s soul to become a part of the communicator’s soul: the medium becomes the communicator. When this happens, and if medium has placed the emotion at the center of their communication, not only will there be sufficient factual information to create a narrative arch – a vital aspect of every good contact – but it will also enable the presence of the spirit person to emanate from the medium.

When mediumship is at its most sublime, the spirit world becomes almost tangible: not only does the audience feel the presence of the spirit world, but also the life stories of those who have communicated are brought alive. Emotional and factual evidence is perfectly intertwined to create a narrative arch that takes the audience on a journey that allows everybody present to relive the lives of those who have communicated during the demonstration.

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An outstanding demonstration of mediumship, therefore, is much more than getting a list of information correct. The medium has to become a storyteller, an artist: a person who can bring alive those stories that those people in the spirit world needed to communicate.

By placing emotion at the center of the  communication, and by mastering the art of mediumship – the ability to remain simultaneously passive and active in the communication – the medium is able to allow the invisible to become visible. The medium not only fulfills the spirit people’s needs, but, like every artist, allows others a glimpse of the divine.

Born in 1985 in Birmingham, Andy became conscious of his latent mediumistic abilities in 2004 when he met Paul Jacobs, one of the finest international demonstrators and teachers of Mediumship.

Paul has mentored Andy since their first meeting and continues to be a major inspiration and influence.

Andy’s work has taken him across the world reuniting people with their loved ones and teaching others how to realise the potential of their own gifts, Andy is passionate about his work and strives to push boundaries with a sincere, genuine and modern approach, making his work accurate and heart-felt.

Having now completed both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Philosophy and Nineteenth-Century British History, respectively, Andy is now working towards his doctorate, which is focused on Nineteenth-Century Spiritualism.

Andy runs different Mediumship courses and demonstrations all around the globe. He also is available for One-to-One Readings.

For more information please visit www.andybyng.com

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