Life after Death: A Renowned Psychic Reveals What Happens to Us when We Dieby Mary T. Browne
A renowned psychic and spiritual healer with clients all over the world, Mary T. Browne had her first clairvoyant experience at the age of seven. For more than thirty years since then, her visions of the other side and her communication with her teachers, both in spirit and on the earth plane, have helped to form not just her understanding of death, but her philosophy of life.
In this fascinating, inspiring book, Mary T. puts our lives into a much broader context than most of us have ever imagined. LIFE AFTER DEATH describes in detail exactly where we go when we die. Mary T.'s psychic connection to the spirit world and her ability to receive messages from those who have made the transition will inspire us to see death not as an ending, but as a new beginning.
Mary T. shows us that the spirit world is a place of harmony. It is a realm of beauty, light, art, music, literature, and friendship. We do love beyond the grave, and we will be reunited with our loved ones in the spirit world. The touching stories of those reunions will help ease the fear of leaving the physical world. Mary T. takes the mystery out of death, and leaves us with clear examples of the miraculous journey that lies ahead of us.
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This is a terrific books about the afterlife. The author states that when we dream we wake up on this side, when we "die" (nothing dies), we wake up on the other side. There is also a very informative chapter on suicide that everyone should read. Overall, this is a very inspiring book.
You will never be afraid to die. And you will live life differently.
Being a very spiritual person for most of my life, I have read and studied many books on life after death. This was not one of my favorites. The author seems to dwell too much on bad karma and fear stories. When reading this book it almost seems like she starts off with the right idea but just can't quite get there. After reading many uplifting factual books this one just leaves you wanting to hurry up and get through it so you can be done with it. I question the strength of her psychic abilities and what she relates to the reader as factual.