I have been reading a lot of the books about channeling, including your book (Writing the Divine) and some of the books by Abraham (Esther Hicks). You channel in writing, but it seems she channels in her voice. What is the difference in these methods? Can it be learned or taught? —Dakota F.
Channeling in writing and channeling by voice like are really the same thing—it’s just a different delivery system.
I receive spiritual teachings in writing, probably because I’ve been a writer my whole life, and I am able to type very quickly with my eyes closed. Esther Hicks started channeling through her voice, and that was a comfortable method for her.
In the old days of the early spiritualist,they used to channel in writing by hand on long pieces of paper, or by manual typewriter. It is really about the person, and their personality, and the Divine using the aspects that will be the best “fit” for that person.
Channeling can be taught, but it cannot be forced. It can be developed, like all psychic skills, but I find it one of the more rare of the psychic arts. It’s a kind of clairaudience that comes out in writing or speech—people who are good with language usually have the best bet at developing this ability.
You can find more information in my book Writing the Divine.
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