LISTEN: Psychic, John Edward explains how he communicates with the other side

In August, South African's will be afforded the opportunity to attend a one night only event with World-renowned psychic medium and eight-time New York Times bestselling author, John Edward.

Edward, the former host of the internationally syndicated program Crossing Over with John Edward, will host a seminar at The Teatro at Montecasino on Saturday 5 August at 8:00 pm.

Edward describes his communications with those who have crossed over as having a day dream.

You kind of like drift off and you're in this other place. It has that kind of a feeling. Except I'm very conscious about what I'm thinking, what I'm seeing, what I'm feeling and knowing that the download of information that I'm getting doesn't originate with me.

John Edward, psychic medium

It feels like I'm slowly watching a story develop and I have to figure out what is the story, who are the people in the story.

John Edward, psychic medium

Edward exhibited psychic abilities from an early age. He says he used to dream of his grandfather who would relay messages to Edward in his dreams.

At the age of 15, he had his first reading which compelled him to admit to his gift. He says his religious beliefs do not conflict with his being a medium.

As a medium we're painting a portrait of energy.

John Edward, psychic medium

Edward explains during his first visit to South Africa he was pleasantly surprised to have normal conversations with people about honouring and acknowledging their ancestry.

Bookings will be open at Computicket from Tuesday 21 February 2017. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.johnedward.net or www.computicket.com/

Take a listen to John Edward in the clip below:


This article first appeared on 702 : LISTEN: Psychic, John Edward explains how he communicates with the other side


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