Because of her exceptional spiritual talents, Barbara Y. Martin is affectionately known as "the Mozart of Metaphysics." Born with the gift of seeing the aura in all its subtleties, Barbara was one of the first to lecture in-depth on the human energy field and is one of the foremost clairvoyants and metaphysical teachers working today.
Her highly-anticipated new book Karma and Reincarnation: Unlocking Your 800 Lives to Enlightenment is being published by the prestigious Penguin/Tarcher. Her seminal book The Healing Power of Your Aura has been endorsed by medical luminaries C. Norman Shealy and Dr. Richard Gerber, and the award-winning Change Your Aura, Change Your Life is now being published in 30 countries. She lectures extensively throughout the country and in Japan, appeared on national television, and has counseled numerous celebrities. She cofounded Spiritual Arts Institute, a non-profit spiritual teaching and publishing organization based in Los Angeles. Barbara has taught literally thousands of people how to better their lives by working with the aura and spiritual energy.
In the first half, analyst of geopolitics and foreign policy, Craig Hulet, talked about a new study that concludes America is not a democracy but an oligarchy, as well as events in the news such as the Nevada ranch standoff, and the situation in Ukraine. In the latter half, expert on auras, human energy and reincarnation, Dimitri Moraitis, discussed his work with Barbara Martin (who appeared in the first segment with him) on communicating with the divine, and various types of angels. ... More »Host: George Noory
Two experts on auras and human energy, Barbara Martin and Dimitri Moraitis discussed the mechanics and significance of reincarnation and karma, as well as the human aura. People typically reincarnate around 800 times in order reach perfection, as "they grow to heaven," said Moraitis. First hour guest, author Rosemary Ellen Guiley talked about ghosts, hauntings, and communicating with spirits. She classified some ghostly activity as a kind of "residual haunting." ... More »Host: George Noory