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Synonyms for medium

Synonyms for medium

something, as a type, number, quantity, or degree, that represents a midpoint between extremes on a scale of valuation

a settlement of differences through mutual concession

that by which something is accomplished or some end achieved

journalists and journalism in general

the totality of surrounding conditions and circumstances affecting growth or development

Synonyms for medium

the surrounding environment

an intervening substance through which signals can travel as a means for communication

(bacteriology) a nutrient substance (solid or liquid) that is used to cultivate micro-organisms

a liquid with which pigment is mixed by a painter

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(biology) a substance in which specimens are preserved or displayed

an intervening substance through which something is achieved

a state that is intermediate between extremes

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someone who serves as an intermediary between the living and the dead

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(usually plural) transmissions that are disseminated widely to the public

an occupation for which you are especially well suited

around the middle of a scale of evaluation

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(meat) cooked until there is just a little pink meat inside

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For many dualist and post-materialist scientists the evidences stemming from high quality studies about near-death experiences and about mediumistic communication are strong indicators that consciousness has a non-local character and could survive the death of the physical body (19).
Speaking from Spirit: Inspiring Stories and Messages from Those Who Have Passed On is not a book on mediumship, even though the stories were received through a mediumistic channel.
One speculation is that as frontal lobe activity decreases, the areas of the brain that support mediumistic writing are further disinhibited (similar to alcohol or drug use) so that the overall complexity can increase.
3) And like shamanic or mediumistic practitioners in other places, Korean shamans incorporate new, sometimes radically contemporary imagery into their work (cf.
Golda-Derejczyk wittingly points out that it is the mediumistic skills of the Victorian character of the novel that open a glimpse of hope for these three characters (46).
Their mediumistic performances not only gave Palladino and Eva C.
To make sense of the ways in which Spiritism has been hybridised with local religions, Camargo argues that there is a mediumistic continuum comprised by Spiritism on the one pole and Umbanda (a highly syncretic religion created in Brazil which incorporates elements from Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous religions, Catholicism, and Spiritism) on the other (1961: 3-15).
Mallory was comfortable with all three groups since Spiritualism, Theosophy, and New Thought systems shared a belief in universal brotherhood, explored man's relationship with nature or God, emphasized the spiritual over the material, and adhered to some form of mental healing or mediumistic activity.
A review of ancient Kemetic: spiritual awareness, destiny, evolution stages (Sahu, Ab, Ba), ten stages of initiation, Maatian principles, four levels and ten states of meditation, mediumistic trance, deities of the Metu Neter, cosmology, cosmogony, the philosophical and psychological aspects of the Metu Neter oracle system and a guide on how to meditate and perform a ritual.
13) Theosophy was closely associated with spiritualism but rejected its understanding that mediumistic trance is available to all, instead appealing to a body of revealed knowledge that they linked both with ancient Christian Gnosticism and, more immediately, with Indian sages, the "mahatmas.
During the years that followed, Stockwell took every opportunity to demonstrate his mediumistic ability, endeavouring to reunite relatives with their departed loved ones.
But the decision to give them public cash, which has helped with training and a website for Accolade Academy of Psychic and Mediumistic Studies, has attracted criticism.
The couple, who have two children, claimed the "fantastic" boost would help them develop the Accolade Academy of Psychic and Mediumistic Studies from their home in North Cornelly, near Porthcawl.
New societies for psychic research were established; numerous mediumistic seances took place; a theosophic society thrived; and Florentines saw the establishment of the Philosophical Library and an Italian version of the Christian Science Church.
s "effects," many of the 225 photographs that accompany von Schrenck-Notzing's Phenomena of Materialization: A Contribution to the Investigation of Mediumistic Teleplastics (1920) remain seemingly inexplicable documentation of psychical occurrences.