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'Spirit of Diana' sparks move to open healing centre

Malvern Editorial 5th Feb, 2014 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

A WOMAN who claims she can channel the spirit of the late Princess Diana has moved to Malvern to set up a healing sanctuary in her name.

Anne Stewart who has been practising spiritual healing for more than 30 years, said she had made a vow to the former Princess of Wales to spread her message and help heal the world because it is ‘falling apart’.

The 69-year-old Guarlford Road resident said her quest began around three years ago after having dreams about Diana.

Then one night she woke up and saw her standing next to her.

Anne said: “There was this beautiful shimmering energy of love like I had never had before in my life. It happened so quickly and I said ‘What do you want?’

“She asked for my help to get her message out.”

Anne thought she had ‘lost the plot’ and it was only through people telling her they could see Diana standing next to her which finally convinced her.

But the prospect of being the messenger for one of the world’s most revered women soon dawned on Anne.

“I thought this is one hell of a burden. I didn’t know what to do or how to do it.

“How could I fulfil this promise its a massive responsibility. There was a period where I didn’t eat and lost a lot of weight.

“But its the most incredible gift I could have ever have been given.”

Since, she and husband Jack have recorded the ‘channellings’ posting many on YouTube and documenting others for a soon to be published book.

Anne said she could not access the spirit world on demand but when the time was right she would sit and go into the ‘stillness and quietness’.

The pair moved to Malvern last year from Warrington to set up a small charity called the Diana Healing Sanctuary but are still looking for a premises.

They insist they are not fraudsters but recognise there are sceptics out there.

Anne said: “People think you are in it for the money but if that were true I would have made it.

“It is not everybody’s cup of tea, neither is spiritual healing but I know what I saw, I know what happened and I can’t go back on that. I have given my word to do the best I can.”

Jack described himself as Anne’s biggest sceptic but claims there is scientific theory behind spiritual healing which helped convince him.

He said neither of them were Diana fans previously but added her fame had its benefits.

“Half the people around the world saw her funeral. The use of Diana’s name is to help bring people together through love. The world is falling apart and people are not coping.

“We want to be part of Diana’s legacy and it just so happened Anne was chosen for this task.

“Diana’s message is for people to wake up and look around at what’s going on. If they did the world would change in a minute for the better of humanity.”

Anne said she first learnt of her psychic abilities about 30 years ago following the death of her mother, who she described as her best friend.

At first she felt anxious about the things she saw and heard as well as the feelings she would get but got better at understanding them with practise.

Anne said: “I just knew I had to go with it. Jack used to say ‘I’ll have some of that soul and healing’ but I’d tell him to respect it.

“Spiritual healing is just warmth which comes through my hands by tapping into a higher realm and bringing through life energy and information needed for the body.”

Jack said it affected the chemical reactions in the body and it was made possible because water had a memory and stored information.

He admitted thinking initially that psychic abilities were ‘a load of rubbish’.

“I am more scientifically orientated. At the time there was no way I was into that stuff. I was Anne’s worst critic.

“Like most blokes if you don’t understand something you either fear it or you take the Mick, which is exactly what I did.”

But over time he said his scepticism was chipped away by certain events including Anne healing a groin strain as well as a debilitating pain in his back which prevented him from walking.

But he said the ‘clincher’ was when his wife became upset at foreseeing a plane crash 20 minutes before it actually happened.

Doing further reading and research completely converted Jack into a believer of the spiritual world.

“There are two worlds, certainly. I always needed a scientific explanation. At its most basic level of intelligence spiritual healing affects the cells of recipients.”

Jack has recorded most of the channellings and claimed to witnessing Anne’s eyes change colour resembling Diana’s lighter shade of blue as well as hearing his wife talk in a completely different manner to usual.

He said Diana had talked about many things, her message, a little about her well publicised private life and made grave predictions about the future.

Jack claimed she had told of certain natural disasters in Asia before they occurred and even alluded to the string of child sex abuse claims in recent years.

“Diana doesn’t mention anyone by name but says people will meet justice. That is as far as it goes. But if you read into it its all there.

“At the same time she doesn’t pull any punches or suffer fools.”

If being the voice for the soul of the late Princess was not enough the couple’s travels particularly to Greece have unearthed deeper revelations.

The Stewarts now firmly believe Anne had worked with Diana in a previous life and that both were members of the Essenes – a sect which historians believe existed before Christ and produced the Dead Sea Scrolls, widely recognised as the earliest manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible.

The couple are also adament Anne resembles Greek Goddess Artemis, which translates to Diana in Latin, after seeing a bust in a museum.

Jack said: “The messages of the Essenes and Princess Diana are identical. It is so simple.”

Anne added: “People just keep bringing us information. We haven’t imagined all of this. It’s mind boggling at times.”

A spokeswoman from Buckingham Palace declined to comment on Anne’s claims that she can channel the former Princess.

Visit dianahealingco.weebly.com for more information on Anne Stewart.

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