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Components of Mediumistic Transmission: Fluidic Affinity & Mental Tuning

Two Components of Mediumistic Transmission:
Fluidic Affinity & Mental Tuning

Mental Tuning, Part 2 of 3:  Requisites

In addition to requiring a fluidic affinity between the discarnate spirit and the medium, the ability of the two to tune in to one another and establish a communication, whereby the medium is able to capture and accurately express the thoughts of the spirit, also requires the thought-waves of the medium and those of the spirit to be at the same vibratory frequency.

As each being finds itself at a certain level of moral and intellectual evolution, the frequency at which its thought-waves vibrate, as they travel through space, varies according to its own evolutionary stage.  The greater the evolution of the spirit, the higher the frequency and strength of its thought-waves. 

Because the vibratory frequency is determined by the evolutionary level of the spirit, we refer to the vibratory compatibility of two spirits as a moral affinity

What characterizes a higher level of evolution? We would find in the thoughts, intentions, and behaviors of such a being, a consistent demonstration of characteristics such as: compassion, humility, material disinterestedness, honesty, integrity, discernment, patience and understanding, resignation, desire to help others, devotion to study, dedication to work, etc. Assuming a well-evolved spirit is present to communicate, if the medium shares in the above qualities (on a habitual basis, not just, for example, the day of a meeting), he or she would be able to establish a mental tuning with that spirit.  To the contrary, a medium who typically demonstrates characteristics such as pride, self-interestedness, laziness, and material attachment, or even malevolent qualities of greed, hate, vengeance, etc., will only establish a moral affinity with spirits who have those similar qualities. 

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