As Britain's leading psychic medium, perhaps it's not surprising that more than 200,000 people buy tickets every year to see Colin Fry's theatre tour up and down the country (and in New Zealand). It's also not surprising that his top-rating TV show, 6ixth Sense, is now in its 7th series and continues to hold an average of 100,000 viewers per month. With such an enormous fan base, there is therefore huge interest in Colin Fry's first book, Life Before Death. A compelling read, full of extraordinary stories from his life and work, it also investigates a theme which comes up time and again in his conversations with people who come to him for readings: how do you make the most of your time in this world. Colin Fry has a gift for being able to receive messages from souls in the spirit world. Remarkable, and fascinating as this is he feels strongly that the messages he receives should be used to help us maximise our life's potential. Life Before Death explains how he was able to develop his gift, and what being a psychic medium actually means.
But it also gives advice on how to make better connections with your friends and family, how to be open to new things in life, how to both forgive and give more readily, and how to accept all that happens to you.
Buy Life Before Death book by Colin Fry from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
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Author Biography - Colin Fry
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.