Guest ProfileGuest Profile: John Holland
John Holland – Internationally renowned psychic medium and spiritual teacher, and author of best-selling "Born Knowing." His public demonstrations provide audiences with a rare glimpse into the fascinating subject of mediumship, which he delivers in his own unique style, explaining the delicate process of raising his own vibrational energy to link with the Other-Side and deliver messages, which he does with clarity, passion and the utmost integrity. John has spent a significant part of his life developing his abilities, and spent two intensive years studying in the UK, where he got the thorough grounding and training to become one of the most sought after professional mediums on the world stage today! Yet John never forgets the reason he chose this life and as a result, he now devotes his life to service and to Spirit.
Holland states: "Mediumship is more than just delivering messages, it's about the confirmation and validation that once our physical body dies, our 'spirit' lives on, but more importantly how the spirits
of our relatives, friends, and loved ones are still connected to us."
He has starred in several TV specials, including A&E's "Mediums: We See Dead People," which provided a fascinating insight into how John works as a Psychic Time Machine, where he’s able to pick up vibrations and detailed information, whether it's seen, felt, or
heard from a past event. He also starred in his own pilot "Psychic History" for the History Channel.
He is the author of the best sellers: Power of the Soul, Psychic Navigator, Born Knowing, The Psychic Tarot Oracle Deck, and his latest release The Spirit Whisperer – Chronicles of a Medium – published in February 2010.
John can be heard every week, as he hosts his own Internet radio show on Hay House Radio®, called "Spirit Connections." He's dedicated to the ongoing development of his unique gift and brings real integrity to his profession. John says, "If I can help people connect with someone on the Other Side, and bring peace, comfort, and perhaps some closure, then I've done my job."