Renowned Psychic Honors an Early Mentor

March 11, 2013 § Leave a comment

World famous psychic medium, John Edward is in constant demand for media interviews, live events, personal readings, and inspirational messages. His bestselling non-fiction books include numerous titles on developing spiritual insights, such as Infinite Quest: Develop Your Psychic Intuition to Take Charge of Your Life, and Practical Praying: Using the Rosary to Enhance Your Life.

John Edward’s chance to honor his early mentor came when he wrote the forward to fellow psychic Lydia Clar’s 2009 memoir and instruction book, entitled Out of Darkness Into Light: My Personal Journey Into the Realm of Spirit. Clar was already an experienced medium at the time she befriended the 15-year-old Edward, who had reached out to her for advice after becoming increasingly aware of his developing abilities. In this personal note on her book, he describes how he asked her to tell him what to do, and was initially frustrated until he grasped the deeper meaning of her reply: Clar could not tell her young colleague what to do, only advise him on how to find the right path for himself.

Both John Edward and Lydia Clar have learned to harness their abilities for the benefit of others, and both have also learned through personal experience that the only way anyone can develop any kind of ability is through perseverance, focus, and an individual, personal commitment to the work. Both continue to be dedicated to advising others on how to achieve their full potential.

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