Glenview, IL (PressExposure) September 27, 2006 -- Glenview, IL. Ruth Berger, considered one of the top five medical intuitives in the U.S. by Good Housekeeping Magazine, as well as a prominent international psychic medium and mediumship coach has written a e-book that allows those with the desire to communicate beyond the earthly realm to master the necessary techniques.
Says Berger, Â¡Â§For the last 35 years, I've been speaking to dead people. They come into my home, they stop me on the street, they wake me from a sound sleep. Ghosts have no boundaries.
Â¡Â§Over the years, I've grown to simply understand their signals. I sense when they're around me and I've learned to interpret what they're trying to say.
Â¡Â§While there are those that say it's a gift, I prefer to look at it as a skill, a set of tools that anyone with the desire to communicate with those that have passed on, can master.Â¡Â¨
BergerÂ¡Â¦s first e-book, A 7-Step Guide To Spirit Communication, Eternal Love Never Ends, was inspired by wanting to alleviate suffering from those who were experiencing grief. She felt this book could help teach beginners, professionals and teachers how to make the spirit connection. Some highlights from the book include:
ÆÃ Why ghosts linger and how you can communicate with them.
ÆÃ How to know whether the ghost that's trying to reach you is one you should invite in.
ÆÃ Why spirits often arrive in dreams.
ÆÃ How to interpret their messages and allow them to help you determine your life's direction.
ÆÃ Ways to reach out and bring your deceased loved ones in.
ÆÃ Techniques to help release spirits into the light.
ÆÃ And finding closure after losing someone you love.
Berger was noted as the only long-distance exorcist in the best selling book, The Ghostly Register, which sold over 100,000 copies. She has given seminars across the United States and Canada, as well as provided personal consultations over the phone. Berger is also the author of three other paranormal books. Berger will be giving a free program with audience participation on October 12th, 6:30 p.m., at the Melrose Park Library, 801 Broadway in Melrose Park. For those whoÂ¡Â¦d like to learn more, Berger can be reached at http://www.ruthberger.com.