Psychic eBook Þ Hardcover

Psychic eBook Þ Hardcover

Psychic ❮Epub❯ ➝ Psychic Author Sylvia Browne – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk “I have known Sylvia for twenty years and I have the greatest respect for her People seek her out for her much celebrated intuitive skills however I have sought her out for her friendship and kindne “I have known Sylvia for twenty years and I have the greatest respect for her People seek her out for her much celebrated intuitive skills however I have sought her out for her friendship and kindness I applaud her for the peace and solace that she has brought to so many” — Montel Williams“An amazing woman an amazing life and a book I couldn’t put down Sylvia is a true inspiration” — Jeanne Cooper star of The Young and the RestlessReaching deep beneath the surface of her life—then and now—renowned Psychic and New York Times bestselling author Sylvia Browne The Other Side and Back candidly discusses details of her professional and personal experiences that she’s never publically revealed before.


10 thoughts on “Psychic

  1. Matthew Matthew says:

    I'm not sure I entirely believe in Sylvia Browne's experiences but for some reason I'm hooked to her books They are really expensive as far as books go but I still can't help myself When I read Sylvia's books I feel as if I'm listening to a long lost friend or something Her writing and that of Lindsay Harrison her cowriter is very down to earth and humbling I feel very satisfied after I read one of her books It would be a shame to learn that she made everything upI didn't give Psychic five stars because it contained a lot of information from other books This is how many of her books are and it seems like an easy way to make money by adding information from previous books However there was some new information that I didn't know about Sylvia so it was still informativeAnother set back was the book's tendency to skip from year to year rather than give a chronological time line of Sylvia's life I also felt that there was too much other information about the paranormal rather than about Sylvia's actual life She would go into detail about 'mystical travelers' let's say and she would omit many details about her experiences on television It was of a psychic encyclopedia than a memoirDespite all of the set backs I'm still giving the book 4 stars because I really enjoyed it It was very easy to follow and like I said the writing style makes me feel very pleased during and after reading


  2. Becca Hudson Becca Hudson says:

    I'll give Sylvia Browne this much She's got one hell of a sense of humor I laughed out loud a few times reading this I'm not convinced of her psychic abilities but after reading this story of her life I like her I find her intriguing now She claims that her psychic abilities don't work on herself And apparently she lacks some common sense because she's on her 5th husband Oh well I'm still skeptical about her visions and spirit guide but that's just me She is nuts but harmless I think what she tells people gives them peace and so long as they're not going broke paying to hear that message it's fine with meI didn't hate this book like I said it made me laugh And I read it in a couple hours Fans of Sylvia would really enjoy thisAnd I ended up with a signed copy ;


  3. David David says:

    This is another of many books by Sylvia Browne about her dealings with the other side as a psychic There are many examples that she shares from her multitude of personal experiences What is different with this book is that it is essentially an autobiography of her life from her first experiences with spirits as a young girl through her growing understanding of what it is and many details she learned over the years For example she introduces us to her personal spirit guide who she refers to as Francine And she explains how we each have our own spirit guide although most of us are not aware enough to make contact If you find or figure out that you have a spirit guide and can communicate both ways you can work to further develop your psychic skills As with her other books that I have read I'm not sure I'm completely on board with what the author says; but it does make me think and at the very least it is interesting entertainment


  4. Tamara Tamara says:

    I originally pick up this book because I saw an excerpt from it in which the author seems to predict the international health issue we are going through right now I was pleasantly surprised but how much I enjoyed this book I've never heard of the Mother God Spirit Guide the different levels of angels silver cord that connects us home etc This will definite be a book I'm going to buy I want to always be able to go back to it


  5. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    The writing style is engaging and many of her stories are interesting The performer on the audio book does a great job bringing the book to life I wasn't sure what to think of the psychic and philosophical ideas she has though


  6. Mark Paul Mark Paul says:

    I believe she believes


  7. Michelle Gurr Michelle Gurr says:

    I didn't feel there was enough new material feels like a version of all her books


  8. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    This was autobiographical which helped me understand her The book started out slow and then seemed to go uicker later in the book I did skip over her repetition from other books


  9. Rashmi Kamath Rashmi Kamath says:

    A decade ago I would have regarded any preternatural phenomenon with an eye of skepticism intense enough to put my present self to shame and I don’t shame that easy But having said that it’s also true that I secretly found them very interesting Perhaps it was my mind’s way of rubbishing it to soothe my scared little teenage heart? Fortunately the increasing digits of my age brought along the maturity reuired an open mindedness to acknowledge if not accept the presence of entities beyond the realms of physical senses Fortunate because it would have been a shame to miss out on reading a book this interesting I don’t want to divulge the contents because it would be unfair to the readers to read anything but the version so beautifully penned by Sylvia But I do want to say this reading this book reuires an open and broad mind especially to comprehend an opinion and experience so different from the usual but by no means boring at all So much so that it also takes courage to come to terms with the stories presented I hope the readers will keep in mind that although they have every right to disagree or agree it is also important to remember that it is someone’s life and experience — we don’t have to believe it to respect it and our rubbishing it doesn’t make it false either Like everything else truth is subjective Personally I don’t think what I read is any different from what I believed deep deep down it is as though I am provided with a physical proof Although I do not have an array of similar stories to add I do recall lots of incidents which I can’t really brush off as mere serendipity Like I mentioned before it’s enlightening as well as scary but definitely worth brooding over Moreover it is a testament to what we come to believe as faith and the fact that God irrespective of whowhat you believe in has our back whether we know it not Last but not the least how love transcends every emotion and the joy of extending it to everyone around — living or otherwise


  10. Ryan Ryan says:

    I've never known much about Sylvia Browne outside of the fact that she was a psychic and appeared on the Montel Williams show a lot That lack of knowledge is the main reason I wanted to read this book and hear her life story from the source not some tabloid you find at the supermarket checkout counter For the most part I was disappointed I felt that I cam away from this with a little bit of an understanding of who she is a woman who passionately loves her family and who takes her ability and the help that she can provide to people seriously but with gratitude as well Throughout the book she comes across as a woman of strength who has overcome and lived through some truly horrible times including an abusive husband Growing up in a household where my father wasn't exactly the nicest person on the planet and who would show that on my mom I have a great deal of sympathy and respect for women or men who come out of abusive relationships stronger for it and who are willing to give life a second chance The rest of the book has Sylvia explaining her beliefs on where we come from where we go when we die who the angels are and various other segments of her beliefs Now I'm going to be honest I'm not sure how much of what she says I believe myself I'm not even sure it matters all I know is that she truly believes it The odd thing at least to meis that her beliefs made sense to me than I thought they would when I first started in on this book The way she views life and the afterlife meshes to a degree with my own personal beliefs though I think we may think of them in completely different terms I will say this my curiosity has been grabbed and I have every intention of checking out some of her other books


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10 thoughts on “Psychic

  1. Matthew Matthew says:

    I'm not sure I entirely believe in Sylvia Browne's experiences but for some reason I'm hooked to her books They are really expensive as far as books go but I still can't help myself When I read Sylvia's books I feel as if I'm listening to a long lost friend or something Her writing and that of Lindsay Harrison her cowriter is very down to earth and humbling I feel very satisfied after I read one of her books It would be a shame to learn that she made everything upI didn't give Psychic five stars because it contained a lot of information from other books This is how many of her books are and it seems like an easy way to make money by adding information from previous books However there was some new information that I didn't know about Sylvia so it was still informativeAnother set back was the book's tendency to skip from year to year rather than give a chronological time line of Sylvia's life I also felt that there was too much other information about the paranormal rather than about Sylvia's actual life She would go into detail about 'mystical travelers' let's say and she would omit many details about her experiences on television It was of a psychic encyclopedia than a memoirDespite all of the set backs I'm still giving the book 4 stars because I really enjoyed it It was very easy to follow and like I said the writing style makes me feel very pleased during and after reading

  2. Becca Hudson Becca Hudson says:

    I'll give Sylvia Browne this much She's got one hell of a sense of humor I laughed out loud a few times reading this I'm not convinced of her psychic abilities but after reading this story of her life I like her I find her intriguing now She claims that her psychic abilities don't work on herself And apparently she lacks some common sense because she's on her 5th husband Oh well I'm still skeptical about her visions and spirit guide but that's just me She is nuts but harmless I think what she tells people gives them peace and so long as they're not going broke paying to hear that message it's fine with meI didn't hate this book like I said it made me laugh And I read it in a couple hours Fans of Sylvia would really enjoy thisAnd I ended up with a signed copy ;

  3. David David says:

    This is another of many books by Sylvia Browne about her dealings with the other side as a psychic There are many examples that she shares from her multitude of personal experiences What is different with this book is that it is essentially an autobiography of her life from her first experiences with spirits as a young girl through her growing understanding of what it is and many details she learned over the years For example she introduces us to her personal spirit guide who she refers to as Francine And she explains how we each have our own spirit guide although most of us are not aware enough to make contact If you find or figure out that you have a spirit guide and can communicate both ways you can work to further develop your psychic skills As with her other books that I have read I'm not sure I'm completely on board with what the author says; but it does make me think and at the very least it is interesting entertainment

  4. Tamara Tamara says:

    I originally pick up this book because I saw an excerpt from it in which the author seems to predict the international health issue we are going through right now I was pleasantly surprised but how much I enjoyed this book I've never heard of the Mother God Spirit Guide the different levels of angels silver cord that connects us home etc This will definite be a book I'm going to buy I want to always be able to go back to it

  5. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    The writing style is engaging and many of her stories are interesting The performer on the audio book does a great job bringing the book to life I wasn't sure what to think of the psychic and philosophical ideas she has though

  6. Mark Paul Mark Paul says:

    I believe she believes

  7. Michelle Gurr Michelle Gurr says:

    I didn't feel there was enough new material feels like a version of all her books

  8. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    This was autobiographical which helped me understand her The book started out slow and then seemed to go uicker later in the book I did skip over her repetition from other books

  9. Rashmi Kamath Rashmi Kamath says:

    A decade ago I would have regarded any preternatural phenomenon with an eye of skepticism intense enough to put my present self to shame and I don’t shame that easy But having said that it’s also true that I secretly found them very interesting Perhaps it was my mind’s way of rubbishing it to soothe my scared little teenage heart? Fortunately the increasing digits of my age brought along the maturity reuired an open mindedness to acknowledge if not accept the presence of entities beyond the realms of physical senses Fortunate because it would have been a shame to miss out on reading a book this interesting I don’t want to divulge the contents because it would be unfair to the readers to read anything but the version so beautifully penned by Sylvia But I do want to say this reading this book reuires an open and broad mind especially to comprehend an opinion and experience so different from the usual but by no means boring at all So much so that it also takes courage to come to terms with the stories presented I hope the readers will keep in mind that although they have every right to disagree or agree it is also important to remember that it is someone’s life and experience — we don’t have to believe it to respect it and our rubbishing it doesn’t make it false either Like everything else truth is subjective Personally I don’t think what I read is any different from what I believed deep deep down it is as though I am provided with a physical proof Although I do not have an array of similar stories to add I do recall lots of incidents which I can’t really brush off as mere serendipity Like I mentioned before it’s enlightening as well as scary but definitely worth brooding over Moreover it is a testament to what we come to believe as faith and the fact that God irrespective of whowhat you believe in has our back whether we know it not Last but not the least how love transcends every emotion and the joy of extending it to everyone around — living or otherwise

  10. Ryan Ryan says:

    I've never known much about Sylvia Browne outside of the fact that she was a psychic and appeared on the Montel Williams show a lot That lack of knowledge is the main reason I wanted to read this book and hear her life story from the source not some tabloid you find at the supermarket checkout counter For the most part I was disappointed I felt that I cam away from this with a little bit of an understanding of who she is a woman who passionately loves her family and who takes her ability and the help that she can provide to people seriously but with gratitude as well Throughout the book she comes across as a woman of strength who has overcome and lived through some truly horrible times including an abusive husband Growing up in a household where my father wasn't exactly the nicest person on the planet and who would show that on my mom I have a great deal of sympathy and respect for women or men who come out of abusive relationships stronger for it and who are willing to give life a second chance The rest of the book has Sylvia explaining her beliefs on where we come from where we go when we die who the angels are and various other segments of her beliefs Now I'm going to be honest I'm not sure how much of what she says I believe myself I'm not even sure it matters all I know is that she truly believes it The odd thing at least to meis that her beliefs made sense to me than I thought they would when I first started in on this book The way she views life and the afterlife meshes to a degree with my own personal beliefs though I think we may think of them in completely different terms I will say this my curiosity has been grabbed and I have every intention of checking out some of her other books

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