Theresa CheungWriter, Researcher & Jediist
Writer, Researcher & Jediist
Theresa was born into a family of spiritualists and has a Masters in Theology and English from King’s College, Cambridge University. She has been writing bestselling books about the psychic world for over twenty-five years now and is published by Watkins media, Piatkus, Simon and Schuster, Harper Collins and Penguin. Two of her afterlife books became Sunday Times Top 10 bestsellers, some of her titles have been translated into 25 different languages and her internationally bestselling Element Encyclopaedias have become classics in their mind body spirit field.
‘In a dark place we find ourselves and a little more knowledge can light the way’
Theresa is passionate about helping people find meaning in their lives through spirituality. Tired of the constant criticism that her books were simply anecdotal in 2016 she decided to get in touch with remarkable science team at The Institute of Noetic Sciences (noetic.org) to help her show the world on her popular Theresa Cheung author page on Facebook that the gap between spirit and science is closing in fast. To her delight the team, led by Dr Dean Radin, agreed. When the scientists appeared on her page to explain through a series of short videos their work the response was overwhelming with close to half a million video views. In recognition of her efforts the Institute gifted her readers a landing page to download three free gifts from the Institute about their exciting research into the paranormal: The Institute of Noetic Sciences
Like many truth seekers, Theresa was drawn to the Star movies from the first original screenings she attended but it wasn’t until 2014 that she realised she was a true Jediist at heart. She was writing a book for Simon and Schuster called How to Find Heaven and in that a book she undertook the ambitious task of doing an A to Z of the world religions, including as many religions as word count would allow. The idea was to show that there is a difference between religion and spirituality in that you can be spiritual but not religious.
At the end of the A to Z, she asked her readers to take a look at all these religions and notice the similarities and how they all sought or said the same thing but simply expressed that in different ways. She also said that for her personally as she is not religious but if she was the religion (if you can call it that as Jediism is more a universal spiritual movement because it includes all faiths) that spoke to her the most was Jediism. This comment connected her to Daniel.
When interviewing Daniel for her blog Theresa found out that several publishers had been in touch with him to write his book but he had always declined because he was too busy or couldn’t find the right co-author because of his dyslexia and Asperger’s. At that moment Theresa knew that spirit was calling her to help Daniel write his book: Become The Force published by Watkins media later this year.