When Jeffrey Wands was six years old, he met his great grandmother Mary. She had been dead for twenty-three years.
Gifted psychic Jeffrey Wands's connection with his great grandmother was the first step in a remarkable journey that has led to his current status as one of the most acclaimed and successful psychics in the country. Now, in The Psychic in You, he traces his development as a psychic and describes what it's like to grow up with such an extraordinary gift. Using a series of compelling and dramatic anecdotes, he illustrates the joys -- and the pain -- that this faculty has brought him.
The Psychic in You is a book of incredible stories told in the most down-to-earth and readable way. And underpinning this exceptional narrative is Jeffrey Wands's belief that all of us have psychic capabilities, and that all of us can -- and should -- try to develop them. A fascinating read full of dramatic accounts of the paranormal, The Psychic in You includes information on:
• Unleashing your own psychic ability
• Contacting loved ones who have crossed over
• Understanding the dead
• Freeing yourself from pain and negativity
• Handling fear of the dead
Captivating, yet practical, this highly readable book dispels the myths and superstitions that surround psychic phenomena and provides a decidedly down-to-earth look at communicating with the other side. Enlightening and absorbing, The Psychic in You is essential reading for anyone seeking a richer, more insightful life.
Psychic consultant and radio host Wands describes his own paranormal gifts and urges readers to get in touch with theirs as well in this breezy primer-cum-memoir. He suggests cultivating a"psychic mindset" in which intuitions are trusted, coincidences are considered to be anything but, and virtually everything that catches one's attention as being somehow significant--dreams, passing scents, songs on the radio, flashes of light--are spirit manifestations. Much of the book consists of anecdotes about the author's own encounters with the dead, including an Indian brave who helps him find parking spots and the shade of Rene Descartes, who feeds him answers on a tough philosophy exam. Wands specializes in relaying messages from departed loved ones to paying clients, and he includes verbatim transcripts of some of his professional consultations. He's not always on--"There's a Mary...maybe a Marjorie or a Margaret person coming through...Someone with a letter M," he says at one point--but there are plenty of scenes in which the clients leave amazed. And sometimes the messages he conveys are either the sort of sound but obvious advice--stop using cocaine, dump that abusive boyfriend--that seems more compelling from beyond the grave, or comforting reassurances that the dead spirit is enjoying a wonderful afterlife. But Wands and co-author Philbin keep the anecdotes light and engaging, and many readers will find this a stimulating boost to their psychic mindsets.