Exploring the Paranormal: Echo Bodine Lecture


Psychic, healer, and ghostbuster Echo Bodine lectures on paranormal phenomenon

Date & Time:

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


Free and Open to the Public


O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library, O'Shaughnessy Room (Room 108)

Echo Bodine first discovered she was born with psychic abilities and the gift of healing at the age of 17. Her abilities include clairvoyance (seeing), clairaudience (hearing), clairsentience (sensing), and clairgustance (smell). She took psychic classes for two years and practiced on friends and family for twelve years before beginning her full-time practice as a psychic, healer, and ghostbuster in 1979.

In 1981, Echo began teaching classes on psychic development and spiritual healing. She has appeared on numerous national television shows including Sally Jesse Raphael, Sightings, eyond with James Van Praagh, NBC's The Other Side, Un-Explained Mysteries, NBC's Today Show, A&E, and Encounters. Paranormal Borderline did a feature story on her family, calling them "the world's most pyschic family."

Echo hosted her own cable TV show called New Age Perspectives for two years and co-hosted The Edge TV. She also had her own radio show on FM107 in Minneapolis for 3 years called Intuitive Living, and Paramount pictures solicited her services for the promotion of the movie Ghost.

From 2003 to the present Echo has been the director of The Center for Spiritual Development, where she teaches numerous classes on spiritual development, living by intuition, ghost busting, psychic development, and lay on hands healing classes. In 2010, she bagan doing on-line psychic development classes with instructor Leigh Hopkins at the Viva Institute in Brazil.

Bodine is the author of numerous books, including Echoes of the Soul (1998), Relax, It's Only a Ghost (1999), The Gift (2003), My Big Book of Healing (2009), The Little Book of True Ghost Stories (2011), and What Happens When We Die (2013).

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