October 19, 1936 – November 20, 2013
Spiritual teacher and psychic Sylvia Browne didn't have the easiest life, and controversy sometimes followed her, but today she passed on, presumably to a beautiful and picturesque Other Side that she wrote so much about. I absolutely love her books, and am convinced that many of her critics have not read one. I just know that she's working on a new book right now, well, at least after her guide Francine drops her off at one of the marble benches inside the Hall of Wisdom for the cool scanning machine, which she claims is our first stop after reuniting with our pets and loved ones.
She always claimed that she was on her last incarnation, so what now? I wouldn't mind having an extra guide! And if Francine is looking for another gig, the more the merrier! I have to tell you, it makes me want to have a séance right now. I sincerely hope she reports back to someone soon!
Our lives on this earth, no matter how briefly or how long they last, are just moments in the context of the eternity God breathed into us at the instant He created us. Our real lives, joyful and glorious and perfect, are back Home, on the Other Side, where we all came from, the place we're wistfully Homesick for every minute we're here whether we're consciously aware of it or not, and where we'll go when we abandon these flawed, cumbersome bodies and soar Home again as alive as ever. Clinging fiercely to this one life, as if it's all there is and all there will ever be, would be no different than clinging fiercely to one random day of school, as if there's nowhere else to go but there and nothing more to learn.
–Sylvia Browne, from Prophecy, 2004, Health and Medicine, page 217.