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Spiritual Medium Tim Braun LIVE on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

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Scott talks with Spiritual Medium Tim Braun, in his first visit to Positivley Incorrect! Spiritual Mediums have a rare ability to communicate with those who have passed on to the other side. Messages can come to the medium in the form of images, voices or feelings. Mediums can be clairvoyant (clear seeing), clairaudient (clear hearing), and clairsentient (clear sensing or feeling). Tim uses these three aspects of mediumship when he works with his clients. Tim was born in Whittier, California on December 29, 1969 and is the youngest of six children. He currently lives in South Orange County and is a graduate of USC where he earned a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies and marched in the USC Trojan band, crashing cymbals! When Tim was seven years old he was seeing spirits and at age nine he heard spirits talking to him. He was told to warn his father that he had to change his diet due to his health condition. In the mid 1990’s when he was attending USC, Tim’s spiritual journey began. He was visited in a dream by the late Mother Teresa and two months later he found himself in Calcutta, India doing work with Mother Teresa She approached him in real life exactly as she had in the dream. Tim knew that this was a sign of many great things to come. Tim returned from India a changed person, with a renewed compassion for others and a search for spiritual truth. When Tim was twenty-three he studied with known Mediums James Van Praagh and Robert Brown. He became aware that he had a special gift that was meant to be shared with those who need answers to life after death and yearn to get in touch with someone who has passed to the other side.

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