In the second half of the program, Sylvia leads a meditation that invokes the presence of our angels and individual spirit guides, and invites them to communicate with us. We feel their protection, receive their healing, and with Sylvia's encouragement, learn how to ask them for the help we desire.
©1999 Sylvia Browne; (P)1999 Hay House, Inc.; Music ©1999 Robin Miller
Never having previously listened to her lectures or read any of her books, i kept an open mind when i 1st bought this audible book. At the time i'd been looking for answers to many questions which i found she covered very well and confirmed some of my previous beliefs. A pleasure to listen to. Infact I played twice over the 1st day. If it had been longer I would have gave it a 5, but none the less Fantastic!!
I fell in love with Sylvia Browne after first listening to this amazing recording. She is witty, she is fun, she is so down to earth that you can FINALLY relax and realize: no, you are NOT crazy for not being able to keep your mind empty during those two meditation attempts and no, you are not schizophrenic for SENSING with all the square meters of skin on your body the presence of SOMEONE on the back sit of your car.
Yes, your Angels are with you.
And the Spirit Guides, too.
Perhaps, they DO have wings. I was in the gym and HAD to stop tummy-crunches and laugh out loud (for the whole two minutes!!) listening to Sylvia describing how she learned about THAT fact. When I was listening to this book third time, I was STILL laughing at this and many other revelations from Sylvia.
The guided meditation she shared at the end of this program is my favorite ever for now.
You NEED this audio book, for the sheer example of light hart-ed attitude to life, filled with simple knowledge of the life beyond the veil.
I have listened to this book at least five times and am going to again :)
Victoria Evangelina Belyavskaya
This woman is weird. She is so wigged out that she doesn't even pick up on all the contradictions in her logic. She blasts New Age people for some of their beliefs then tells us that there's a "library on the other side" with certainty. She calls upon the Bible repeatedly then insists on beliefs that have no basis in scripture. She even referred to Muslims as Mohammadans which is offensive to Islamic people who worship One God not the Prophet Mohammad. She is one solid freak. That's for sure. Her voice grates on one's nerves, and she insists that it is really OK to nurture a hatred toward another, in her case, her brother-in-law. If you like angels, go with Yoxall who is soothing, peaceful and a good deal more smart than Browne.
This is an interesting book. If this is a field you are interested in this subject it is worth listening to and very enjoyable.
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