Thoughts & Facts
Since the dawning of time, mankind has searched for answers to life's situations. “In the past, people sought various forms of divination tools in hopes of gaining answers. Today, just as back then, these items which presented themselves, took much time and energy to study - so, some sheltered themselves away in hopes of deciphering the meanings to eventually help others. Yet, the truly gifted souls didn't need the tools or hours in solitude to grasp the answers. They were and are able to lose themselves in the world of the unknown without much, if any, effort. These gifted individuals are the only ones who should be considered psychic” says William Corey.
Everyone has the ability to develop certain aspects of themselves in regards to, what is considered to be, paranormal abilities. Yet, both the terms psychic & medium, William believes, have become overused and, likewise, watered down. William states "these days, it seems that anyone who picks up a deck of tarot cards can claim to be a psychic. Unfortunately, the term "Medium" is facing a similar fate, especially if a distinction between the various types of mediumship is not made clear. Most of these methods have been demonstrated by popular mediums and include “physical mediumship”, “direct voice”, “channeling” and “trance mediumship”. The latter may make use of a crystal ball, mirror, bowl of water or candle flame or other point of focus. All purport to connect with those on the other side, spirit, ascended masters, angelic entities, etc.. Yet, most who use the term “medium” don't necessarily fall into the above categories, but instead are in the classification of “mental mediumship”. The difference being that "mental mediumship" is the use of one or more psychic abilities (i.e. "clairvoyance" clear seeing, "clairaudience” clear hearing, “clairsentience" clear sensing, "clairsentinence" clear feeling, "clairgustance" clear tasting, "clairalience" clear smelling, "claircognizance" clear knowing) to accompany other reading methods. In fact, it can and has been argued that one cannot be a proficient reader without using at least one of the "clairs", whether or not one acknowledges the "clair(s)" present within themselves. As such, virtually any reader can honestly call themselves a medium based upon this logic / popularity of the term - and many now do."
For better or worse, William rejects these labels for himself, relating his ability to his interests, studies and intuition. He claims “it’s up to each individual to decide for themselves where my gifts lay based upon their own experience."
William’s view and personal rejection of popular labels has led him to face opposition by some of his colleagues and those who seek such self identification from the ones who desire a reading - yet, his down-to-earth approach and insights have earned him a measure of appreciation from believers, and skeptics alike.