2020 Book Review: Visits from the Afterlife by Sylvia Browne

This is one of the books I can see you can go into reading different ways. If you were a staunch believer in her gifts as a psychic you will could read this in a spiritual self-help way, but if you’re reading for entertainment purpose and see this as just an interesting interpretation of what one believes may be happening on the other-side you will see this as just that and not an enlightening spiritual awakening.

At one point in time I was curious about Browne’s abilities, I bought several of her books just to see what she had to say, but by the time I had come to this book my views on things had changed. I was able to read it as one person’s interpretation and not self-help. I have always been very honest about my religious studies and my evolution of spirituality.

With all of the above said, this is still interesting. I am fascinated, at times to hear what others believe the other-side is like. This is a series of her readings and explanations of some very haunted locations. She does give some relief to those still grieving and that can be very powerful for those still trying to cope with the death of a loved one. In that way it’s beautiful. I personally know that the soul can feel heavy after losing someone or even calmed. She shares some of her own personal experiences as well, which I found interesting too.

This book isn’t going to be for everyone.

This review is a part of my 2020 yearlong self-challenge to read and review. I have reread some books for the purpose of reviewing them on my website whereas I have read others for the first time. Check out Book Reviews and Recommendations to find other book reviews, book recommendations, and more information about the books I’m reading, have read, or are sharing.

Have you read this book? What were your thoughts? Do you agree with me? Do you disagree? Let’s have a conversation about it.

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