Secrets from the Afterlife

Front Cover
Random House, Sep 4, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 224 pages
0 Reviews

Colin Fry is the acclaimed star of '6ixth Sense', and 'Psychic Private Eyes', and is UK TV's leading psychic medium. Not only are his viewing figures huge, he also tours the country speaking to massive audiences. So many people want to see him because he's the keeper of remarkable secrets:

- When loved ones pass over, where do they go?
- How do you know if they're ok?
- Are they still aware of us?
- Can they do anything to help?
- Is there a way to keep in touch with them?
- What's it like on the Other Side?

In this extraordinary book, Colin explains how understanding the spirit world has made his own life so much easier. And he also describes how many, many people ask him to connect with their loved ones who have passed over. The stories of these encounters make incredible reading. You will not be surprised by the amount of comfort he can bring to others, but you will be amazed by the secrets he discovers from the afterlife and how, hearing them, can change your perspective forever...

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Secrets of Love and Friendship
1
Secrets of Hope
39
Secrets of Spirit
87
Secrets of Forgiveness
119
Secrets of Letting Go and Moving
167

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2008)

Born in 1962, Colin Fry received his first message at the age of ten and became a professional medium at seventeen. He tours internationally and is the acclaimed star of the television shows 6ixth Sense and Psychic Private Eyes. One of the leading lights in the psychic mediumship world, Colin uses his spiritual knowledge to offer life-changing advice and support to people, providing sensible, down-to-earth explanations about the strange world of the paranormal and supernatural. He is the hugely popular author of Life Before Death, Secrets from the Afterlife and The Message. Visit his website www.colinfry.co.uk

Bibliographic information