Guest, Liberty Forrest

Guest Name: 
Liberty Forrest
Guest: Liberty Forrest  What It Takes To Trust Your Gut and Intuition
Guest Occupation: 
Author, Speaker, Psychic and Medium
Guest Biography: 

Liberty Forrest is an award-winning author, a columnist and Huffington Post contributor. She's written articles for numerous publications in several countries and has written several books. Previously, she specialised in non-fiction inspirational self-help books but she now focuses on family saga fiction with a paranormal element.

 Liberty's professional background is in social work and counseling, later adding hypnosis to her bag of tricks to further help her clients.

 Drawing on her own turbulent life and healing journey, which had its roots in childhood abuse, she combines her personal and professional experiences with her passion for writing, resulting in gripping, compelling stories that readers say they can't put down.

 Her stories are suspense-filled fiction about characters who deal with challenging obstacles and family relationships, and about their interactions with those who are in the Spirit realm. Liberty's characters feel like real people all of us know and love -- or love to hate.

 In childhood, Liberty discovered her abilities as a psychic and medium. These abilities continued to develop over the years, leading her to do readings professionally. Previously, Liberty enjoyed an idyllic life in rural England, where for five years she appeared approximately monthly on BBC Radio doing psychic phone-ins for listeners.

 Eventually, she took to the stage, where she connected audience members with loved ones in spirit.

 As a practicing witch, she has also been hired on numerous occasions to cast spells for clients, or to remove negative energies and evil entities from homes where they were most unwelcome.

 Currently, she is working with clients over the internet, helping them to develop their own abilities as psychics and mediums. This includes one-on-one guidance to assist them in overcoming various personal challenges that are often reflected in their relationships with others."