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    Sylvia Browne(Author)

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  • Sylvia Browne(Author)
  • Hay House (2008)
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  • By Sorek on March 11, 2008

    After reading this book to examine the latest woo-woo nonsense of Sylvia's, I honestly don't know which is funnier: the fact that she can still spin out such rubbish, or that her loyal fans will still cough up their hard-earned cash to this charlatan. If anybody out there wants a good and entertaining dose of rationality, try Richard Dawkins, James Randi, or anything by the late and wonderful Carl Sagan. The Universe is such an astounding event; why would any thinking person accept the tedious fake substitute offered by the mystics?

  • By R J on February 8, 2008

    I found this book to be quite well done. I found the information contained in the book refreshing and much more logical and just plain makes more sense. Most religions are rooted in fear and control through fear. In my humble opinion our creators gave us life and choices, not to dangle them in front of us and threaten us, but to give us the chance to learn and grow. Personally, I find it a bit of a stretch to say that God would punish us for eternity for disobeying him, yet your average good parent would not punish their child forever behind an indiscretion. So are we to believe that God is more petty than a human being, which is imperfect? I think not.All are certainly entitled to their opinions and their faith, but with a bit of thinking and an open mind (the mind is like an umbrella, it functions when open) I think it is a better and more loving world if we did not deify every major influential figure (Jesus, Buddha, Mohamed, etc) and see that we are ALL the children of our creators and they love us very much and do not wish for us to condemn each other, judge each other, (my religion is the only true faith of God) and not be controlled by fear and people that had an agenda, hundreds of years ago.Thats my piece. Loved the book. Glad Sylvia is here to burst the myths and pull people out of religious fear.If you have an open logical mind and seek answers, read it, enjoy, take what works for you and continue your search.Happy reading!

  • By L. J. ODonnell on February 22, 2008

    Well, for those of you looking to be entertained, maybe you will be entertained by her fantasies. However, this book is NOT to be taken serious as factual or anything like it. There is nothing remotely true or factual about this book & it should be used for pure entertainment only.Thanks,L

  • By Paula Cappa Reviews on August 25, 2017

    I bought this book at a library book sale. Before I read this, I thought Sylvia Browne was just another entertainment psychic and had not read any of her books. But once I read this, I found Browne to be genuine and intelligent, and a woman of strong faith in God. The idea of temples existing on the other side of our reality is certainly far-flung. By the time I finished the book, I became more open minded. Because I am a believer that the other side does exist and am curious to learn more about God, spirits, angels, souls and human destiny, etc., I found this book full of possibilities and thought-provoking. Soul transition is certainly not impossible, nor is consciousness beyond our human element. Browne describes these many temples (Temples of Wisdom, Justice, Resolution, Healing, Artistic Endeavors, Lectures and more) as spheres of activity (housed in very earthlike structures) that can serve those who have died and those of us here as well. She connects the afterlife into our earthly lives and that potential makes for a fascinating read. From a biblical perspective, Christ’s words, “In my Father’s house are many mansions,” Browne’s concepts here certainly expand on Christ’s statement with details and purposes that the bible leaves vague. This is an intriguing read if you want to explore possibilities of spiritual destiny. Throughout the book she cites God the Father as her source for her abilities and visions. “Because of Him, we are all in existence forever.” Speculating what’s ‘beyond the veil’ can be a worthy adventure. Sylvia Browne died in 2013.

  • By J. A. Shanholtz on February 28, 2008

    Sylvia does it again with her latest book Temples On the Other Side. She takes you on a journey to the other side where you will experience and gain spirituality, relief, peace, resolution, love, beauty and much, much more. She describes the halls and temples on the other side in such detail that you have a feeling of knowing you have been there before. I have tried some of the meditations in this book with wonderful results. This is a must have for all Sylvia Browne fans.

  • By Debrah Ward on March 1, 2008

    I absolutely love this book. I have read many of Sylvia's books and have found all of them to be very revealing and informative. I have used the suggestions in this book during meditation and while getting a massage. In both cases I was able to access the Halls and Temples I wished to visit. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to examine their life and get answers to questions they've always had, or acquire healing on a highly spiritual level. This is a book I will always read and re-read for years to come. Her descriptions of the Temples and Halls, and their purpose are very good and assists in the visualization process for meditation.

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