©2001 Sylvia Browne; (P)2001 HighBridge Company
"...Browne offers some eye-opening factoids and anecdotes.¿" (Publishers Weekly)
If you have read the book think twice because the 1st half is just that Sylvia reading the stories in the book but the 2nd half is the meditations so if you've not read this one you gotta get the audio book it will make you think twice about that birthmark you have but if you have the book and you are not interested in listening to the meditations you'll just be buying a copy of Syliva reading to you but if you are like me and don't have the time to record the meditations she gives you in the book then it's well worth it
The content is very direct, gets to the point by addressing skeptics stating the facts / experience of her therapy and gives a few examples but not too many that it becomes repitious.
Doing the exercise at the end and realising that one of my friends had killed me about 650BC then feeling free.
The husky voice was a little unusual at first however after a minute it was quite relaxing.
thanks for sharing. It takes courage to author and express what isn't necessarily common thought in western society.
I can use the tools she gave me in my EVERYDAY life. I feel healed and like I can take on the world.
She is so genuine. She can seek out the positive in anything and make you smile in midst of tears.
She brings out my inner mind and soul that I am not able to do alone, yet.
I smiled from ear to ear the whole time.
I have read/listened to most of Sylvia's books. She is amazing and liberating! I love her every thought and I hang on her every word. She speaks from the heart. She heals my mind, body, and soul. I will definitely re-listen and re-read all of her books. Highly recommended; Even if you are a skeptic.
I found this book very interesting to listen to. The narrator's voice takes some getting used to though.
I do feel she takes too much time being defensive towards other scientists or sceptics. The meditation at the end did not work for me either. But the content is so interesting, I listened to it several times and it made me think about many things in my own life.
Sylvia Browne shows in this book that she has stumbled on some facts in the psychic world of healing but has some questionable conclusions about them. I gave up trying to contact her on these items when I found that it is only possible to communicate with her after you pay her to talk to you in any form (e-mail, phone, letter...). I do not consider it ethical to charge for correspondence of this type especially when someone is trying to help you.
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