World-renowned psychic and spiritual healer Mary T. Browne has drawn on her visions of the other side and her communications with spirit teachers there to help clients all over the world. Now she shares her unique insight in an inspiring message that is not just an understanding of death but an empowering philosophy of life.
For Mary T., death is a natural rebirth into the life of the spirit. Recounting the rich material she has received from people who died or have had near-death experiences, she describes in detail a spirit world - of peace, light, art, music, and extraordinary colors, a healing vision of comfort, beauty, and hope.
By taking the mystery out of death and leaving the miraculous, Mary T. helps us to understand the trials and rewards of both life and death, replacing our fear with knowledge and inspiration.
©1995 Mary T. Browne (P)1995 Simon & Schuster
I have no doubts that Mary Browne does have a gift, but I'm not so sure she's exactly accurate in her idea of what goes on behind the scenes. The story starts out very interesting, but before long, she starts talking about hell and evil spirits. She kind of paints a picture that evil spirits are lurking around the corner..It ends up being a bit to religious for my taste. I don't agree with her views and ended up feeling like I wasted my time listening to her nonsense.
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