January 2, 2011

Infinite Quest by John Edward

Infinite Quest by John Edward is the newest book available by the very popular medium. Perhaps you saw him on TV once or twice, maybe many more? Well, he knows what he is talking about and isn’t into all of the “hokey” when it comes to the metaphysical. Something I really enjoy about him, and if you do too – check out this new book, or at least read on to find out more about it.

Book Description
“Best-selling author John Edward has captivated audiences worldwide with his unique and powerful psychic skills. Now, in his long-awaited new book, he shows people how they too can tap into their psychic selves.

Infinite Quest will help readers to develop their intuition and renew their own latent powers, so they can confidently take chances and make choices. By following certain guidelines and intuition-building exercises, we can learn to get in touch with our Spirit Guides and identify the psychic energy around us on deeper levels. Edward also discusses how technology can work with our “sixth sense,” and explains how to use divination tools. Like his new eponymous website, Infinite Quest is truly a “portal to all things metaphysical.”
Infinite Quest

My Thoughts
Infinite Quest is a book that is written to give you the tools to be more psychic in your everyday life. Even though there is some written about being a medium, John Edward does a very good job explaining that it is not something for everyone (actually, most people it isn’t). He therefore gives many tools and practices that you can use to guard yourself with psychic defenses, be more intuitive, talk your Spirit Guides, and much more.

The psychic self-defense exercises that John Edward shares in this book are really great. I’m not very good at visualizing things, but the practices that he shares are really helpful and I can honestly say that after about a week of using these techniques every day, I do feel better.

The basic information about the types of tools you can use are also helpful in picking out which one(s) you’d want to do further research with and use yourself. I personally quite like astrology, tarot, and numerology. Though other tools such as runes also have always had me interested too. Edward says that it picks you, but what to do when they all do? Guess I just like to be researched in everything, at least a little bit.

The book is written very well and is written as if John Edward was sitting right there giving you a lesson. He says it like it is and I appreciate that. Only problem was I read it very quickly and wanted it to go on much longer. I guess that is where his new website, Infinite Quest comes in at – which I plan on joining very soon!

I absolutely love this book. I am however, very interested and well-read in the metaphysical arena. I like many others find myself to be more spiritual as opposed to religious. If you find yourself with these beliefs as well, you would also love the book. Even if you don’t know much about psychic energy, metaphysics, or this side of the spiritual arena, it may be calling you to read more. Books do that sometimes, and with one like this often it picks you.

* Thank you to the publisher of Infinite Quest, Sterling Publishing, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.


Lucy said...

This sounds interesting. After seeing the nutcase on Allison DuBois on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills it kind of made me leary about Mediums/psychics again (LOL)

Anonymous said...

I loved his show, adn will check this book out when I see it in the store!