Mystical Traveler: How to Advance to a Higher Level of Spirituality [NOOK Book]

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Sylvia Browne takes us on another incredible journey...this time presenting information about the mystical traveler. She explains the difference between mystical travelers and mission-life entities; and goes into great detail about who they are and what the do, as well as how we can become advanced souls, too!

Combining factual research garnered in her trance mediumship with new insights from her spirit guide Francine, Sylvia illustrates the necessary steps to advance to a ...

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Mystical Traveler: How to Advance to a Higher Level of Spirituality

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Overview

Sylvia Browne takes us on another incredible journey...this time presenting information about the mystical traveler. She explains the difference between mystical travelers and mission-life entities; and goes into great detail about who they are and what the do, as well as how we can become advanced souls, too!

Combining factual research garnered in her trance mediumship with new insights from her spirit guide Francine, Sylvia illustrates the necessary steps to advance to a hither level of spirituality using tools such as the Eight Golden Keys of Knowledge and the Seven Rays of God. She then takes us a step further and guides us through the process of becoming mystical travelers.

This is a fascinating, in-depth study for anyone who wants to join "God's army-that is, those who wish to spread positive energy rather than evil and negativity.

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Sylvia Browne began her career as an author in 1990, but her life as a psychic began 68 years ago, when she was just three years old. Perhaps it's her long familiarity with paranormal topics that give her books their widespread appeal. Here, Browne introduces readers to the Mystical Powers, who are different from the Mission Life Entities described in previous books. Mystical Traveler explains how seekers can reach higher spiritual realms by using the Eight Golden Keys and Seven Rays from God.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401923495
  • Publisher: Hay House, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/9/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 270,125
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Sylvia Browne

Sylvia Browne is the #1 New York Times best-selling author and world-famous psychic medium who appeared on The Montel Williams Show for years and Larry King Live, as well as making countless other media and public appearances. With her down-to-earth personality and great sense of humor, Sylvia thrills audiences on her lecture tours and still has time to write numerous immensely popular books. She has a master’s degree in English literature and plans to write as long as she can hold a pen.

     Sylvia is the president of the Sylvia Browne Corporation; and is the founder of her church, the Society of Novus Spiritus, located in Campbell, California.

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Table of Contents

Introduction IX

Chapter 1 The Makeup of a Mystical Traveler 1

Chapter 2 The Call That Resonates in the Soul 25

Chapter 3 A Covenant with God 37

Chapter 4 Dogma, Dharma, and Karma 49

Chapter 5 Names Written in Gold 65

Chapter 6 The Eight Golden Keys of Knowledge 73

Chapter 7 Effects of the Ascent in Spirituality 91

Chapter 8 Skeptics, Dark Entities, and Other Challenges 103

Chapter 9 The Seven Rays of God 119

Chapter 10 Answers and Insight from Francine 135

Chapter 11 Special Rituals and the Preparation Process 149

Chapter 12 The Induction Ceremony 163

About the Author 171

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  • Posted September 14, 2012

    Interesting reading

    I find her outlook on life uplifting and different. She seems to be a true believer in everything she says... a good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2012

    Good reading for all healers

    I enjoyed this book & found myself in many passages while reading. I am a nurse practitioner who was told once by another nurse that I need to read this book to see my true self & why I do what I do. She was right. I can relate to most of the book. I found the book to be very helpful in guidance of my work.

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  • Posted December 9, 2010

    It's more truth than you'll ever know.

    Feel free to exercise your free will. I'm different than you are. I'm from what most of you call "The Beginnings". The Mantle which which we wear is just as Syl describes it. We prefer the term Spiritual Traveler but the truth is the same. Syl just became one this lifetime. I was created as such. At the moment, Syl is 93.8 % correct in all she has said. Are you that good? We are here for you, not much for ourselves although we do have to keep learning. Those of us Souls created as Spiritual Travelers, are Hybrids. We are part of a plylum separate from all others. We do not have the same free will that you do and I'm very content with that. If you could ever ask an angel if they are content with no free will they will say yes. There are over a million inhabited planets with life and I expect I've been to them all. We still have to live a life, just like you. Sylvia Browne has direct access to the Akashic Records. I'm aware of others who claim the same. Forget them and what they say. Edgar Cayce could. Very few people can. Sylvia Browne has been given a gift for you to use. My advise is to start reading her books, if you want the truth. I'm unclejay at the Duluth, Ga. Barnes and Noble. This book is the truth. If you can't handle true reality I suggest you stay away from it. If you do read it, I expect your soul will eventually start creeping into the left side of your brain and allow your conscious mind to start recalling the truth of who you really are and where you come from. That being The Other Side, or as some of you call Heaven. May we all perceive and appreciate our many eternal blessings. I am here to Serve, Protect, and Learn. As Syl says, I do serve Mother directly. Oh yeah, the picture of Mother Azna in her book Mother God, on page 57, is exactly how she appeared to me. She and Father both look 30 and Father has a one and a half inch, well goomed, black beard. Compassion and knowledge will always lead to Love and Understanding. You can start by reading this book. Then read some more, close your eyes, and simply say "Great Creator, I Love You." Religion is man made. Once Home, all is simple Spirituality. It's Love, Understanding, Compassion, and Knowledge. L.U.C.K.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2009

    When is it enough?

    Another book? I wish I could write a book that was pure garbage and take advantage of people who are too ignorant to know any better. Sylvia Browne is worse than a common thief. At least with a crook, he only wants material posessions. Not only is Sylvia Browne stealing people's money by selling pure fiction and calling it spiritual, she is taking advantage of people's emotions and insecurities. At the least, stop leading people to believe that you know what paranormal is, considering I would be surprised if you can even spell the word. Remember, people will eventually figure out that you are full of BS. I mean, everyone finally realized the world wasn't square too.

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  • Posted November 10, 2009

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    Unfortunally,this is a poor book. Another repetitive book from Ms. Browne. The Mystical Traveler, it is not the way she states it.Those who actually fallow the paranormal know. This book is okay for entertaintment porpuses only, not taken seriously at all. Ms. Browne doen't know what she is talking about. I do recommend another book on simmilar but diffrent subject, it is an old one but much better.

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