We are thrilled to introduce to you Edward Zula, a spiritual medium, clairsentient and psychometrist newly relocated here from the Los Angeles area. We are proud to have working with us here at The Sojo and are now taking appointments for him.
He will be here to introduce himself, talk about what he does, and take private client appointments over Labor Day Weekend:
FRIDAY during Uptown Artwalk and drum circle: September 2, 6:00-9:00
Saturday, September 3, 12:00-4:00
$30 per half hour
PLEASE CALL AHEAD to make your appointment as his time-slots are filling up.
Typically Edward meets with clients for 60-90 minutes. However it’s easy for him to focus on one area of concern during a shorter reading. Edward’s goal is for clients to experience some relief, affirmation, and reassurance after meeting with him.
Edward Zula has been providing private readings, clarity, and comfort to his Los Angeles clients for more than thirty years. He uses psychometry (reading energy from objects and photos), clairsentience, and spirit communication to help clients with questions about relationships, career, important life decisions, and help resolve grief and loss. In his readings he uses cards, a pendulum, meditation, and any sentimental or meaningful objects the client wishes to share. He explains that he does not “see” spirits standing over anyone’s shoulder as a traditional medium might, but rather feels their presence, often hears them, and gets a sense of their physical appearance with his eyes closed.
Ten years ago Edward attended a psychic development workshop with his James Van Praagh, the author of “Talking to Heaven” and creator of the show, Ghost Whisperer. It was during that time that he discovered his abilities to be of help with missing persons. He has worked with a detective in the LAPD Missing Persons Bureau, providing leads on several cases. Since arriving in Eastern NC, and his family roots, he has given dozens of private readings, and helped a houseful of ECU students understand and ‘neutralize’ some frightening energy in their new off-campus residence.
A few months ago, Edward closed his thriving Los Angeles healthcare practice and moved to Greenville, NC. Although he enjoyed an outstanding reputation as a couple’s therapist, few if any of his colleagues knew of his other ‘work.’ As he explains it, he was blessed with a gift at birth which was recognized by his grandmother when he was just five years old. Then, at the age of seventeen, he had a bad skiing accident that changed his life and his abilities profoundly. “Have you ever hit a flashlight to make the light stronger? That’s exactly what happened….only it was my head.” About 27 years ago he sat with his grandmother on her porch swing in Robersonville, nursing Dr. Pepper. Edward shared some of the paranormal things he had experienced after the accident.
In that visit, she brought all the pieces together. As far back as she could remember, the family had been blessed with gifts of second sight and spirit communication. Edward heard stories going back to the Civil War, stories of things family members couldn’t have possibly seen or known, but did. Edward’s grandmother made him promise that he would find a way to use his gift to help others.
After years of sharing his gifts openly and Edward thought he had found the perfect outlet to honor his grandmother’s wish by becoming a therapist. He soon learned that he had entered a field that was strictly ‘by the book,’ focusing on diagnosis and treatment, and he had to block out the psychic ability. Nevertheless, he felt his grandmother’s hand in his work. After a few years, and without effort, he began attracting clients who were curious about the afterlife, and psychic experiences, and other paranormal phenomena. The direction of his work with clients took a dramatic shift, as he started to help many understand the phenomena they were experiencing. They were very grateful that he wasn’t referring them to a psychiatrist, but instead normalizing what he knew to be normal.
But things started to happen he couldn’t control. Edward would accidentally call his client by another name, only to experience their shock. “That’s the name of my twin brother who died at birth.” There was a very timid teenage girl who was angered when he asked if she would share her poetry with him. “Who told you about that? No one knows. Did my mother tell you? Is she reading my diary?” Oops. He realized that his gifts were not going to keep quiet.
The signs kept coming, and opportunity arose for him to make a major life change to fulfill his promise to his grandmother. He retired as a therapist, and moved to Eastern Carolina to the birthplace of his grandmother and his family roots. “Life is sweet here, and the tea is sweeter.” He is looking forward to using his gifts to help as many as he can to find clarity, closure, and comfort.