Love never dies. That is the quest that internationally famous psychic medium Blair Robertson is dedicated to demonstrating and which has in turn helped thousands of people worldwide to overcome grief and pain over the passing of loved ones. Blair’s goal is also to make you wealthy in spirit and personal abundance. Blair Robertson has garnered world-wide acclaim for his astonishing predictions and accurate psychic readings and I had the chance to experience this first-hand when he was in Cornwall last week.
Shortly into his connections with deceased loved ones, my father made sure I was aware of his presence as Blair delivered his message. He is charming, explained things in detail, involved the audience and did so all the while being entertaining and at many times providing some comic relief. Throughout the evening I felt a close connection with many of the spirits who “came through” and was overwhelmed by the people he touched in the audience. Guests were emotional throughout the night just as I was and so many were thankful for such an experience. As quoted by Marylou P. in Phoenix, AZ, “Blair shares his ability to bring messages from loved ones who have passed on with brilliant clarity, compassion, and yes, wit. It was an evening of laughter, tears, and love. We were all entranced. ” This testimonial was certainly echoed by all.
If you are seeking spiritual development, enjoying life to the fullest, connecting with your spirit guides… and generally wanting to be MORE, do MORE and have MORE… you are going to love his website which offers a free weekly inspirational newsletter, online free webinars, products, personal consultations or info on his phenomenal live events. Visit him online at blairrobertson.com.
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