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While the College is closed, we're working behind the scenes to bring you distance healing, online events, guided meditations, immunity boosters, crystal healing and
much more!
Many of our Consultants are offering Skype and telephone sessions so you can continue to receive guidance, healing and support from the comfort of your home.
Join us to receive distant healing during lockdown
Our healers are joining forces for distant healing every week on
Mondays, 2pm-2.20pm BST , Wednesdays, 11.15-11.45am BST and Thursdays, 7-7.20pm BST . Simply settle back in a comfortable place at home and enjoy the healing.
A word from Peggy, one of our
Healing Clinic leaders:

"Welcome to your distant healing clinic. We know you miss coming to the clinic and we miss you, so our group of healers will be sending healing every week during lockdown. We invite you to find a quiet place in your home, a comfortable chair, turn off your devices and receive healing. Set your alarm to alert you when the healing session is complete."
We're reshuffling our summer programme so you won't miss out. Join Edwin Courtenay's The Cunning Folk , Sarah Tyler-Walters for an automatic writing workshop , Caitlin Matthews to tune into your ancestral wisdom and Gemma Bliss in healing your spine , now in August, September and October!

Online Events Coming Soon! 

We're also busy setting up some of our events online, so you can join in from home. We'll keep you posted...
Crystals to support us during Coronavirus
Our crystal specialist VALERIE PITTS suggests the stones to help support and heal us during self-isolation and the current pandemic...

Copper has the ability to ground. It transfers a wide array of vibrational frequencies and supports healing by keeping the spiritual and physical pathways open. It can help us when necessity (which is not normal behaviour) keeps us away from those we love.
Carry copper when travelling and if you feel weak and tired. 
Peridot brings in new beginnings and growth to activate the release of old global baggage, letting go
of negative patterns and outdated vibrations. This helps bring about necessary change. It's a good tonic for the lungs and heart to open our minds to new levels of awareness. 

Moss agate is said to treat lungs, circulation, colds and flu, lower fevers, release fear and stress, and it helps us communicate. You can make a good elixir using the direct method, since it is anti-inflammatory and boosts our immune system. 

Set up a crystal mandala with these stones on your altar. Look to higher energies for guidance. There is a much, much deeper meaning to this virus and a lesson to mankind on how we treat our planet. 
Nutritional Restoration practitioner Harry MacDonald shares how we can strengthen ourselves during the Coronavirus pandemic...
With a strong immune system, we are much less susceptible to any bugs doing the rounds, Coronavirus or otherwise. As we are more than just physical beings, let's consider the impact of our emotions and state of being, as well as what physical measures we can take. Before beginning, I want to emphasise the importance of trusting the body. It is an elegant, vastly intelligent system, which knows exactly what it needs. Run all of these suggestions through that wisdom before following them. Does it feel like a yes or a no? Trust yourself.


Generally speaking, all natural foods eaten in balance will support your immune system. Fruits, vegetables, beans, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and well-raised animal products are all excellent choices. Things that come in foil wrappers and cardboard boxes are less likely to be helpful, and you’ll probably feel better for minimising them. Equally, you may find that certain ‘healthy’ foods don’t agree with you – don’t ignore the reality of your body’s messages because you’re attached to an idea about health. Make your diet nutritious and digestible, but also pleasurable. Feeding your body while starving your spirit won’t do you any good at all. If you’re honest with yourself, you’ll know what balance means for you.

Here are a few suggestions for natural remedies which could be especially helpful at this time:
Zinc : Essential for immune function and powerfully antiviral; may help against Coronavirus by inhibiting certain proteins necessary for its replication (1). Avoid using zinc supplements long-term as they can cause copper deficiency. The most bioavailable sources are animal foods, especially beef, lamb and oysters; the best plant sources are sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, lentils and chickpeas.
Elderberry : Has been shown to prevent a strain of Coronavirus from binding to ACE2, a protein the virus uses to gain entry to cells (2); may disrupt the virus’ protective lipid envelope (3).
Ginger, clove and garlic : All have antiviral, immune supportive properties (4,5), as do many other culinary herbs
and spices.
Holy Basil or Tulsi : Has a broad range of protective properties alongside antiviral and immune boosting effects. It is especially relevant for its ability to improve respiratory infection and reduce stress (6), and can be drunk as tea.
Frankincense essential oil : Once again, it has a positive effect on the immune system and is antiviral. It has a wide range of benefits, including relieving anxiety. It can be diffused, giving direct access to the lungs, which may benefit respiratory infections (7).

Any kind of chronic stress, including emotional, harms the immune system (8). Remaining Zen will bolster your resilience immeasurably. Be mindful of your media consumption. It’s important to know what’s going on, but don’t allow yourself to be hooked into fear consciousness. Fear is based in an illusory sense of precariousness; when our true nature, ultimately, is totally inviolable. The more
we begin to remember this, the more our physicality reflects this back to us. That being said, it is inevitable that we will feel afraid at times. There’s no need to deny these emotions: feel them, allow the energy to move, then have an Epsom salt bath. Find stillness as often as you can. Listen to the sound of the wind in the trees, feel your feet on the floor, become absorbed by the vibrant, buzzing vitality of your body’s inner workings. Stillness gives us access to higher perspectives and assures us that all is well.

The homeopathic term ‘vital force’ describes an energy analogous to our modern concept of the immune system. William Blake said “the poetic genius is the true man”. I believe he spoke of something similar. I love Blake’s phrase as it implies that creativity is part of our essence. If this connection is more than just romantic waffle – waffles, yum! – then creativity and immunity should be related. This is exactly what we find. Dancing (9), singing (10), qigong (11), meditation (12), creating art and listening to music (13) have all been shown to boost the immune system. In fact, anything which fills you with inspiration is likely to do the same. Challenging as these times may be, they are also the perfect opportunity to attune to our inner poetry and the beauty of nature – both that which is outside us, and that which dwells within.

1. Hsu, J. T.-A. et al. Evaluation of metal-conjugated compounds as inhibitors of 3CL protease of SARS-CoV. FEBS Lett. 574, 116–120 (2004)
2. Weng, J.-R. et al. Antiviral activity of Sambucus Formosana Nakai ethanol extract and related phenolic acid constituents against human Coronavirus NL63. Virus Res. 273, 197767 (2019)
3. Chen, C. et al. Sambucus nigra extracts inhibit infectious bronchitis virus at an early point during replication. BMC Vet. Res. 10, 24 (2014)
4. In Vitro Antiviral Activity of Clove and Ginger Aqueous Extracts against Feline Calicivirus, a Surrogate for Human Norovirus. J Food Prot (2016)
5. Immunomodulation and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Garlic Compounds. J Immunol Res (2015)
6. Tulsi - Ocimum sanctum: A herb for all reasons. J Ayurveda Integr Med. (2014)
7. Antibacterial activity evaluation of selected essential oils in liquid and vapor phase on respiratory tract pathogens. Ács et al. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine (2018)
8. Effects of stress on immune function: the good, the bad, and the beautiful. Immunol Res. (2014)
9. The power of dance: health and healing, J Altern Complement Med. (1995)
10. Singing modulates mood, stress, cortisol, cytokine and neuropeptide activity in cancer patients and carers. Ecancermedicalscience (2016)
11. Effects of Qigong on immune cells. Am J Chin Med. (2003)
12. Mindfulness meditation and the immune system: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials. Ann N Y Acad Sci. (2016) 13. The therapeutic effectiveness of creative activities on mental well-being: a systematic review of the literature. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. (2011)
A guided group meditation with:
Susan Gash and Sven Carlson
Our Tutors and Consultants Susan Gash and Sven Carlson invite you to join them in a supersonic guided meditation to raise the planetary vibration – a precious reminder that we are all in this together.
A big thank you from us!
We would like to give a big thank you to Alison Wem, Marco Figliola and Gary Thornesson, advanced students of College Tutor Gerrie March, for representing the College at the Silver Linings Lunch Club. We heard it was a lovely turnout and are grateful to have been involved through our students. 

Have a read below of how the afternoon went: 

"Mediumship in the afternoon at the Silver Linings Lunch Club
​The Silver Linings Lunch Club is an OAPs lunch run by volunteers in Elephant and Castle, London. Del Brown asked the College of Psychic Studies to send some students to join them and to provide an afternoon of psychic mediumship. Great practice for students who are starting to work professionally.
Alison Wem, Gary Thornesson and Marco Figliola, advanced students of Gerrie March, joined the Lunch Club on Tuesday. Held in a church hall, the atmosphere was amazing, very energetic with lots of fun and laughter. New and old friendships created an uplifting experience, especially important if you live alone.

Alison, Gary and Marco had their work cut out providing lots of messages from loved ones who have passed. There was a keen interest in what mediums do, with lots of challenging questions. Having divided into three groups for a platform style giving of messages, some individuals were not content with sitting with one medium so they rotated around the groups.

A great time was had by all. Thank you Del for inviting us."
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