Article ID: DN039 | By: CRI Statement
Channel Kevin Ryerson to Embark on Major Seminar Tour.
Kevin Ryerson, trance channel (medium) who attained notoriety as a result of Shirley MacLaine’s TV miniseries Out on a Limb (in which he played himself), is embarking on a “major seminar tour around the country, according to a recent interview in Body Mind Spirit magazine. He says that the seminars are “a natural extension of my work as expressed in my [new] book Spirit Communication: The Soul’s Path.”
In this book, published by Bantam, Ryerson compares channeling to a radio broadcast. If two stations are competing for the same frequency on the radio, he tells us, by slightly adjusting the dial we can tune down one channel and the other will come in more clearly. “Kevin Ryerson,” he says, is the channel that gets tuned down; this allows the other frequency (spirit entities) to come through. Ryerson provides readers with guidelines on how to “adjust the tuning” so that they —like he — can become channels.
Ryerson says his seminars are specifically designed to guide people through exercises that can help them experience what he has outlined in the book. Channeling, he contends, can be used to help meet the needs of the human family.