I have read with interest recently about how to promote yourself actively; the good thing is we have LEN to use as a platform. This is my submission, and this article will address a few things and hopefully provide some insight into my work and how I build-up up the excellent shows I attend.

This is the fourth year of being promoted by Lizian events, and I have loved every show that I have attended: the opportunity to advance and encourage myself has been freely offered to me by Liz and Ian and fellow community members; this has been enthusiastically taken up. I would encourage all who wish to find success to look seriously at what LizianEvents offers by way of promotion. No one ‘tells you what to do everything needed for visitor awareness is there for you to take advantage of. I would predict this organisation will grow on the internet and social platform visibility, and I, for one, will use every pixel of what is available.

From my perspective, I am open and honest with what I want to achieve and how I work, so this article is a platform to reiterate what I “do” and how I desire to contribute to people’s “well being”. I am happy to promote and share other people’s stories and help Community members progress and succeed. I follow the Lizian ethos of “sharing is caring”, and as Ian has written in previous articles, this isn’t just a one day a week thing:  The Lizian Events Well Being Shows needs active and consistent promotion and participation by community members for all of the community to grow in stature.

Remember: In life, everything we nourish will grow and bear fruit:

This brings me to the crux of these musings; I am a regular contributor to these pages. Writing articles commenting on forums, and sharing other articles is essential to me; I am an open book and consider following an ever-evolving spiritual learning path. This is how we become strong and able to enjoy our experiences; whether good or bad. We all know this journey has its highs and lows, celebrations and disappointments.

Recently, my integrity was criticised. An individual asked the way that I work and what I do (I hasten to add this was not at a Lizian event), so I thought I would take the opportunity to give the reader an insight into my mind on the build-up to shows and beyond. All are welcome to critic my work: but never question my integrity. I work with the highest moral and honest ethics.

The main reason I attend each show is to help people. But is essential to do so between shows, I spend an immense amount of time thinking about how I can improve myself and my connection to the spirit worlds, and this helps me help others. It is also fair to earn money to continue my work (it is essential to cover our overheads – profit is not the priority).

I have written many words in previous articles about separating my persona to go on the platform or appear at shows while maintaining a full-time job. My spiritual persona is the one who arrives at the shows in the noisy waistcoats. He is the part of me that does not worry! He follows the purpose of the weekend. The more shows I attend, the more I realise how vital each part of the psyche is, the stronger they come to uniting them I come. When I arrive at the venue, the thecal me sets up the table: The spiritual me is inviting spirit to draw closer in readiness for readings, talks, or platform work. This is when he will do the introductions.

Nerves and excitement play a big part in my appearances:

My analytical side takes to the floor in the talk room and explains that the spiritual me does not have an ego: However, the waistcoat does! And it thrives on the energies generated by the people present; I then explain that I do not guarantee to have a message for every person.  And the letters are the given; I cannot interpret or expand upon the words or symbols which spirit gives.

Allow me to expand:

During talks: I’ll provide insight into my journey so far: after a short while, the spiritual me and the energies draw my attention to the fact it is time to stop working so analytically. I gracefully take a step back and allow the energies to come through, and “messages” can then be given.

I give exactly what is received: however,  people have their perceptions and expectation of what they want to hear and sometimes reject the message because they don’t want to listen to the message: or may not be ready for the information.

People are swift to give labels to individuals and situations. People also can get very hung up on whether you are a medium or a psychic and where the information is coming from. The answer is that I “trust” spirit energy and what they tell me is not a process that spiritual me needs to take to pieces. That’s the other guy’s job. I find that 90 plus% of feedback received is positive. Still, like everything, you will get the people who won’t like you or contact you and have hatred towards you, they won’t like you psychically reading them, or the mediumistic side of what you give isn’t quite right.

I will address this by saying I start all of my work by asking for what is for the person higher and greater good and always want to highlight how unique the individual is and help them become a “well-being” and hopefully a step towards self-enlightenment.

I do not know what I do; I don’t know whether I am a psychic, medium, or another such label. I only know I work with the highest intent, work intuitively, give exactly what I get, and am passionate about what I do. I will not make things fit to suit a person’s needs as that is not my decision. I am empathic, and my spirit works with me to help people process what is happening around them. I read cards with my method and also believe angels link with me to bring healing in my words. Please know that when I work with the client, healing is the essential part of the connection, when and if spirit come through with a message that is a privilege and a bonus.

Analytical me will sometimes hint that I was lucky, and where did that come from? Well, where did it come from? The answer is easy, spirit and the first part if it is luck, then I am on one hell of a run, and long may it continue if my words help spark a change or inspire, then I am indeed a lucky man. Those few critics or sceptics are entitled to think what they like, but I am steadfast in beliefs that my intentions are for the highest and highest good, and I want the best for my clients and that I work from the heart.

My build-up to the events is like a kid waiting for Christmas. I feel the energies starting to swirl, and I ask for the most reliable connections I can get while analytical me is advising about the practicalities that need to be sorted to get me to the event. Preparing is not just the weekend but answering emails answering feedback, thinking about how I can attain better feedback and results than the last one, learning from peers absorbing the energies while keeping the ego at bay. It takes some balancing, but I know this  I love doing it. I am always happy to talk to anybody about my spirituality and hope to see you at an event soon.

To a supporter or critic, I thank you. To the fan, you are my sources of inspiration and inspiration: the critic guides me to consider things to change or look at: feedback keeps me grounded. I conclude with these thoughts; I am not a label, I am what I am: I do what I do: I am just me.

See you all soon and thank you for reading my article.

Bright blessings,


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