Beyond These Four Walls: Diary of a Psychic Medium by Maryrose Occhino

beyond-these-four-walls Stars: *****

Penguin (2004)
Paranormal
197 pages

“Born to a family of intuitive women, MaryRose Occhino uses her “celestial whispers” to open the minds and the hearts of everyone who has sought out her remarkable abilities as a link to loved ones who have passed on. But her powers also became her connection to the outside world – both real and spiritual – after she struggled through an isolation that grew out of her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis at the age of thirty-nine. Filled with startling revelations, this fascinating book is also MaryRose’s own inspiring true story – from the recognition of her gifts as a child, to the nurturing of her abilities by her mother and grandmother, to her current standing as an extraordinary psychic medium who uses her abilities to help us see beyond the walls, and beyond the limits… not only to look into the next world, but to make the most of life in the here and now.”

If you like reading tales of psychic mediums you will enjoy this book. I especially liked that you could tell she is a real person who shares her gift because she wants to help people and not for the recognition or glamour of it that you often see now a days.

It was really intriguing to read about her experiences as a child, discovering her gift. If you doubt that psychic mediums are for real, you should read this and then see what your thoughts are.

This is one of the better books I’ve read on psychic mediumship

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