The Making of a Medium
by Elaine Kuzmeskus
Elaine Kuzmeskus, director of the New England School of Metaphysics, is a nationally known Spiritualist medium. Born with the gift of clairvoyance, she made contact with her Hindu guide at ago four: "Ever since I was in my crib, I had been fascinated by spirits. When about four, a Hindu gentlemen only I could see started giving me instructions from the other side. 'Cross your fingers and place them over the middle of your forehead. Now concentrate and push the energy out.' Soon I was able to visualize people and see them in their future state. Other guides quickly followed: an Egyptian master, and an ancient Chinese doctor." In 1972, Elaine Kuzmeskus was certified by the National Association of Spiritualist Churches as a medium. During her thirty-five years of mediumship, she has conducted many well-publicized séances.
A Review for The Making of a Medium
5.0 out of 5 stars A GREAT Book by a GREAT Medium!
March 30, 2013 | By Stephen A. Hermann | Amazon Verified Purchase
This book is completely superior to most of mass produced autobiographies of mediums that are usually written by ghost writers. Elaine is a very talented medium and an excellent teacher. Compared to many of the popular mediums, made famous through publicists and media hype, Elaine possesses expertise gained through decades of serious study and experience. This book might not be slick like a Hay House publication but anyone interested in the development of mediumship will learn much from reading this book. As a professional medium myself I have great respect for Elaine as a medium and teacher of psychic development. Over the years I have told many people in her area to attend her classes or have private sessions with her. Read this book as it will greatly increase your awareness of the spirit world and the process of mediumistic unfoldment.