We can all contact loved ones: psychic
JOHN Edward says he communicates with the dead many times a day – and claims we all have the same capacity.
“Spirits talk to all of us,” Edward told the Sunday Mail. “They make their presence known and we miss it. One of my goals is to get people to know.”
The American says signs include a dream, a feather appearing or a song suddenly playing on the radio that had meaning to the person who has died.
Sometimes, he claims, you can just feel the presence of the person or even smell them through a strong, distinctive odour. There may even be symbols that appear that have meaning to you.
“Their presence is felt more strongly when you need them because they are more connected them,” Edward said.
“Most people don’t recognise them as much during good times. They are just as present then because they want to make their presence felt in positive times such as family occasions.
“You know you have 1000 people in your phone book. You have their numbers. You know how to connect with them.
“It’s just the same for spirits. They have our GPS code on a spirit level and they connect with us via that. It’s about recognising the subtleties.”
Edward recalls a time when he was driving along a highway in the US in the middle of a snow storm when the scent of freshly cut roses filled the entire car.
“It was mixed with tea rose perfume which my grandmother used to wear so that was very powerful,” he says.
While spirits may remain close to people on Earth they were strongly connected to, Edward said it was impossible to interfere with their spiritual journey. Interference could happen while they were still living but once a person had died, it was their choice to remain nearby.
“We have access to spirits 24/7 and can call them but I don’t think we can hold them back once they have transitioned because our energy isn’t powerful enough,” he said.
“We can hold them back while they’re transitioning, though, if they’re ill or sick. We have to prepare them to go and allow ourselves to be a conduit.
“You can’t drop your kid off at school and stand at the window crying. Once they make that transition, we can’t hold them back.
“It’s my belief we go where the bonds of love are and I believe we will all connect again – pets included.”
THE OTHER SIDE: John Edward with his actress daughter Olivia, 10, at Bondi beach.
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