Reviewed by Poppy J.

Infinite Quest by John Edward offers readers guidance on conducting psychic sessions and developing your own psychic capabilities. It teaches the reader to learn to trust his or her innate intuition, or inner guide. Edward explains how he came to develop his own personal psychic connection, and shares the pitfalls of becoming truly psychic.

Edward starts off describing the stages that anyone interested in developing psychically would have go through. There is an Egoist/Inner Master that needs taming first, which is an attitude adjustment that should take place. The new psychic should have a sincere interest in helping (not hurting) others with this special gift. Edward uses stories from his personal life, and encourages the reader to develop psychic tools to become more aware of his or her own psychic potential and natural intuition.

But there is also a dark side to performing psychic readings. Edward clearly warns the reader not to do haphazard psychic readings as party gags, and to take this seriously, if the person feels naturally psychically inclined. He believes strongly that what people do comes back to them (karma) and encourages positive interactions with others in every day life.

Edward believes people should be more aware of their surroundings, become students of the Universe, and not expect to become rich as mind readers or clairvoyants. He does not force his religious beliefs on anyone, but suggests that readers develop their spiritual energies to enjoy their lives more fully on their own.

Infinite Quest is an interesting read and is likely to provide a different experience for each person that picks it up.

Rating: 4/5

After a decade of working in several NYC law departments and teaching, Poppy decided she enjoyed writing full-time. She currently works as a freelance writing consultant, and lives with her husband and sons on the East Coast.

Review copy was provided free of any obligation by FSB Associates. No monetary or any other form of compensation was received.