About Barbara and Her Work
Barbara Graver is a metaphysical blogger, spiritual author, developing psychic & medium, and spiritual radio host.
Barbara's popular multimedia blog, The New Age Review, contains over 400 articles on a wide range of metaphysical topics. Her newest full length spiritual manuscript is currently in the works.
Barbara is the creator of Spirit Radio which features "Harnessing the Lunar Energies with Anna Swora," "Voices in the Wind" with Stan Kestrel and Barbara's own show "Spirit Talk."
Catch Barbara every Wednesday nights at 8PM ET / 5PM PT on "Spirit Talk" to live interviews with spiritual authors, teachers and psychic readers, hear insightful reviews of spiritual resources and materials or receive your own on-air oracle card reading.
Your may also schedule a private reading with Barbara. All reading are done live via phone or skype. For more info on Barbara's readings please check out our Reading Page page or email her directly at BarbaraWGraver@gmail.com
Barbara is the founder of The New Age Review, The Mystic Emporium, Spirit Radio and the NEPA Metaphysical Society. She is an active member of the Spiritualist National Union International and The Journey Within Spiritualist Church.
Barbara has studied with clairvoyant author and teacher Debra Katz, oracle readers Doreen Virtue and Denise Linn, international Spiritualist mediums Janet Nohavec, Collin Bates and Gloria Weichand and aura reader Barbara Martin. She is a Doreen Virtue Certified Angel Card Reader and is the process of completing her Denise Linn Soul Coaching® Oracle Card Certification.
She received her BS in Nursing from Misericordia University in 1985 and two years of commercial art and graphic design at Luzerne County Community College (1998 to 2001). She received her Doreen Virtue Certified Angel Card Reader™ certification in 2012 and a certification in clinical hypnotherapy from ICHCH in 2013.
Barbara's has worked as a graphic designer at her local newspaper, psychic phone line tarot and angel card reader, independent book seller, jewelry designer, multi-media artist, carnival concessionaire, internet radio host and registered nurse.
Barbara enjoys reading, writing, hiking, meditation, vegan cooking, dreamwork, journaling, gardening, artwork and crafts, photography, psychic exploration and studying the metaphysical arts. She may be emailed directly at BarbaraWGraver@gmail.com.
The New Age Review
The New Age Review features hundreds of original articles and media posts on a range of topics including ancient mysteries, angels, Atlantis, astrology, color, divination, healing, meditation, mediumship, numerology, psychic development, the paranormal, sacred texts and more,
You can browse recent articles via the RSS feed on your left or by selecting a topic in the slideshow above. You may view all New Age Review articles by visiting TheNewAgeReview.com.
Barbara's Thoughts on The New Age Review
I began writing The New Age Review in August of 2010 because my life was changing and I needed to share it with somebody. After years of spiritual searching I had stumbled upon New Age and it had surprised me.
The material I was reading excited and different and I wanted to talk about what I was learning. I also wanted to make other people aware of the wonderful resources I was discovering. And I knew that making a commitment to do that would help keep me on track and focused.
The reviews and articles I wrote were, and continue to be, largely experiential. Sometimes they are experiential because the material triggers a new idea or approach. Sometimes, it is an observable agent of change or transformation. Either way, something happens.
Not everything I write in The New Age Review is review in the traditional sense of the word. Over time, much of what I share is simply my experience as I struggle with my own spiritual evolution.
For a while I even considered changing the name of the blog, But then it occurred to me - The New Age Review DOES review metaphysical resources very consistently. Some of these resources just happen to be the direct influence of spirit and the lessons the universe so generously provides.
As my approach to spirituality because more and more experiential there will probably be more articles like that but I will keep the recommended resources coming as well.