Andy Byng

By 27th April 2017

SNU Certificates of Recognition:

  • Demonstration (Evidential Mediumship)
  • Public Speaking
  • SNU Tutor

Born in 1985, Andy has dedicated nearly half of his life to the development of his mediumship, and to the study of spiritualist philosophy. Having spent several years studying at the Arthur Findlay College, Andy works tirelessly as a demonstrator and teacher across the UK, in Europe and in parts of Canada, reuniting people with their loved ones, and helping students to discover and refine their own mediumistic potential, as well as deepening their understanding of the art of mediumship. In 2010, Andy began working towards a career in academia, firstly reading philosophy and ethics at King’s College, and then undertaking a masters in Victorian History at Birkbeck, a leading centre of research in the field of Victorian History. He will soon be pursuing a PhD in that field and will explore the relationship between spiritualism and science in nineteenth-century Britain, which he hopes will further shape and deepen his understanding of the art of mediumship and the philosophy of spiritualism. Andy’s academic work has led to him contributing to several academic conferences on the subject of life after death, and the co-authorship of a paper, in 2014, for the British Association for the Study of Religion (BASR), which focused on the relationship between the sacred and the profane in demonstrations of mediumship.

Andy attempts to provide his students with a well rounded education by combining practical mediumistic-development, philosophy and self-development within his teaching, which he delivers in a rational and sensible way, while providing students with an encouraging and safe environment in which they can freely express themselves, enjoy the experiences they have with the spirit world, and gain the confidence and tools to embark on their own personal journey of self-transformation.