Posts Tagged ‘spiritual medium’

My Video Interview With James Van Praagh

June 20, 2009

JAMES VAN PRAAGH INTERVIEW (1 OF 2)


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James Van Praagh


I was honored to interview James Van Praagh, a prolific author and one of the world’s best-known spiritual mediums. James, who was kind enough to contribute a story to my book, Sixty Seconds: One Moment Changes Everything, answered my questions about his brand-new book, Unfinished Business: What The Dead Can Teach Us About Life.


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James bridges the gap between the living and dead by providing evidential proof of life after death via detailed messages from those who have passed on. HIs first book, Talking To Heaven, served as the inspiration for the 2002 CBS mini-series, Living with the Dead, starring Ted Danson. That mini-series, in turn, inspired Ghost Whisperer, a (more…)

My Interview with James Van Praagh

April 3, 2009
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James Van Praagh

I didn’t have room for all the stories that spiritual medium James Van Praagh told me when I interviewed him for my book, Sixty Seconds: One Moment Changes Everything. Here are the moving stories that I had to leave out. They’re too good not to share!

In my mid-twenties, I visited a very famous medium in England named Leslie Flint. He was referred to as a physical medium because, during his sessions, actual voices would appear in the air through an artificial voice box. In my session, a guide came through and told me I’d be doing this work. He said, “You’re going to be writing a book. You’re going to be helping many people. We have big plans for you. This day you’ll not understand what we say, but years from now you will understand what we are talking about.” I was just beginning to develop my psychic abilities so I can’t say I was too surprised, although the last thing I wanted to do was write a book. Being a very skeptical person, however, I still wasn’t convinced that the session was on the level. So I asked Mr. Flint if my mother was also there. And she (more…)