Communicating with the World Unseen

Jim Cork’s autobiography highlights his life from birth to the present day. Talking about the two families in his life reflects on some memories that caused joy and pain. We’re taken through a period where the only peace to be gained was to leave home. The development of his Mediumship on his return was already mapped out by Spirit. The group that Jim joined was to train him in allsorts of Spiritual phenomena that some could only dream of. One of the most difficult times was Jim developing and suffering from epilepsy. It’s explained step by step the impact this had, not only from a work point of view but also personal. The death of one of the most important person in Jim’s life, Tony Stapleton, was to turn his world up-side-down again. He was his Spiritual mentor and manager for 27 years. Jim’s life has been filled with up’s and down’s which are highlighted throughout. Spirit has never been far behind him as you will learn, and will there for all of us.

Review: I bought this book after having the wonderful opportunity of seeing Jim’s work in his capacity as a medium. He had in fact done a special service reading flowers, and one of the flowers he read, and with utmost accuracy, I might add, was my wife’s. I was thoroughly impressed. We had never met before, had never even spoken to each other until I approached him after the service to enquire about his book. Nor had we known or shared anything with anyone else at the service.

I was fascinated and wanted to learn more about him as the person behind the medium, and what better way than to read his autobiography? I was not disappointed.

Jim’s autobiography takes us through his childhood from birth to becoming an adopted child growing up in Lincolnshire, England 1950’s in conditions not too different from my own, so many of his early experiences resonated with me.

Even from being a child, Jim could sense spirit, but didn’t understand it until years later. He also talks about his affinity for healing from a very early age and his faith in the process.

Jim is a truly modest character with a beautiful personality, and I don’t want to give too much away, but his book opened my mind to the many facets of mediumship I was completely unaware of… I highly recommend this book to anyone who shares interest in these beliefs.

The reason I gave four stars rather than five is because there are a number of grammatical errors, and some word errors, and I have to be honest. However, I still found Jim’s story remarkably inspiring.

5 thoughts on “Communicating with the World Unseen

  1. I just looked into the Astro treasure maps. It is quite fascinating and Kepler seems to be the top rated and offers a lot more than others. I won’t invest in it, but it’s good to know what is out there, just in case one may need it sometime. ๐Ÿ™‚


  2. I’ve never heard of this before. San Fran would be a lovely place to live, especially around the bay area, I would think. I’ve only been there the once, though. Never forget it. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Yes, most people have different sensitivities in different geographic areas. I used to have Kepler software that provided astrology readings (“astro treasure maps”) for you in whatever part of the world. I was cautioned that the farther up the east coast I went, the more sensitive I would become — so much that it would make things unbearable for me. I dismissed all that, completely forgot it, in the quest for a stable job. It said DC was a great career move, and it was. The hyper sensitive stuff shouldn’t have kicked in if I didn’t go farther north. (New Jersey and New York were predicted to be where the difficulties would become unmanageable.
    “This is a place where you’ll shine” was said for me of San Francisco and anywhere around the Bay area. But I was never able to afford to live there.
    New Mexico and Arizona are kind of in the middle for me. That’s fine. Being in a happy medium, might bring the happy *medium* back out in me. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    If you ever have a chance to get your astro treasure map read, go for it. They were really detailed and cool.

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  4. That’s most interesting, Teagan, Interesting that in one area blocks your gift. You should look up Sedona, Arizona. There, they seem to do much with rocks and gemstones. (You don’t look extra large… Ha ha!) My grandmother and great aunt were mediums and I mention my own experiences as a psychic in training in Miedo 2. It’s a strange world is it not? (Help! My post has been hijacked!!! Somebody please help!) ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

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  5. This is truly fascinating, Kev. I once met a woman who read gemstones, but I haven’t heard of reading flowers. How marvelous.
    In the days before DC — particularly when I was still in the deep south, I did some work as a medium (Though now I’m an extra large… har-dee-har.). I was fortunate to be mentored by a very talented and well known (in the metaphysical community of Atlanta) psychic.
    Going nearer the Atlantic coast, and the farther north of it, I was more and more overwhelmed by the energies there. During my decade in DC I was utterly blocked — I couldn’t let anything in without being overwhelmed.
    Sorry — I didn’t mean to hijack your post. It’s just that now that I’ve moved to the southwest again, I hope to reconnect with all that.
    Wishing Jim huge success. Hugs to you both.

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