Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Teresa Lally, author of Table Tipping for Beginners.
I received a phone call from a man who had attended several of my table tipping workshops; he wanted to share a recent experience that still had him a bit unnerved. It happened late one morning when he was alone in the house—he had decided to take advantage of the quiet time and do some cleaning. He connected the vacuum hose to the wall and made his way up the stairs leading off the front entry foyer. He explained that before taking a ninety degree turn, the stairs opened onto a small landing where a corner shelf sat, filled with some of his wife’s collection of salt and pepper shakers.
Thanks to my job, I have been blessed with attending various events. I've been to a seance, tried table tipping on a few occasions, spoke to psychics/mystics/tarot readers and walked away in a daze due to the accuracy of what was said, and have gone on a couple ghost investigations. Communicating with the spirit world is fascinating to me, and I am always game for any adventure.
But what happens when the adventure follows you home?
All of the events I've attended have been led by professionals and people who know what they are doing. There are ways of protecting yourself when participating in spiritual communications so that spirits don't harm you in any way, shape, or form.