Sylvia Browne - psychic

Every Wednesday, I make it a point to watch the Montel Williams Show on television. The main reason, other than the fact he has a pretty good program, is that I want to watch Sylvia Browne who is usually his guest on Wednesdays. Sylvia is a psychic - she answers questions from the audience regarding life and death. Or, she will tell a person when to expect to meet the love of their lives…”she’s looking for a MAN!” as Montel is apt to say.

I’ve personally witnessed Sylvia Browne bring closure to distraught families, help the police close cases, and open people’s hearts to help them see the good within themselves” – Montel Williams

“How was my brother killed…who killed him?”…Sometimes can Sylvia can give the questioner clear answers…”he was killed by 3 men who drove a green truck with Texas plates” often she can and does go more into depth…sometimes having the questioner wait until the show is over.

I’m not overly religious and I am not too sure what, if anything, is waiting for us when we die. Heaven is a distinct possibility since that’s what I was brought up to believe…but what is Heaven? In my mind, I imagine Heaven to be a place populated with either filmy white ghostly figures or maybe spheres of light. Or maybe nothing at all.

I’m reading Sylvia Browne’s book LIFE ON THE OTHER SIDE a Psychic’s Tour of the Afterlife. It is an amazing book and one that gives me hope......I lost a dear friend this fall, and I hope that Sylvia's descriptions are accurate and that "Home" is as beautiful and wonderful as she says it is. And that my friend is healthy and happily painting, drawing and creating as she once could.

The book has caused me to rethink some of the things I’ve been taught. But it makes me wonder if a disturbed teenager or adult would be tempted to take his/her own life after reading it. If they feel they have nothing to live for here on earth, what have they got to lose......the afterlife will be so much better than the life they have now.

Sylva may address this in the book....

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I am also a fan of Sylvia Browne .. if you have not read her autobiography, "Adventures of a psychic : the fascinating and inspiring true-life story of one of America's most successful clairvoyants" ... it is definitely worth your time.

Re your concern that some might use suicide to reach the heaven she describes, I believe it is in her autobiography that she describes the results of suicide .. instead of staying in heaven, the spirit is immediately returned to earth for another journey ...

We, of course, have no way of proving Sylvia Browne is correct about what she writes in her books .. but I find it comforting to think she might be!! Hopefully, when it is our time to "go over to the other side" .. we will find out she is!