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Sylvia Browne explores the many temples and halls that exist on the 'other side' and how their functions can truly change your life. Using meditative techniques, she shows how you can access these beautiful edifices, each of which has a particular purpose. Sylvia Browne explores the many temples and halls that exist on the 'other side' and how their functions can truly change your life. Using meditative techniques, she shows how you can access these beautiful edifices, each of which has a particular purpose.


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Sylvia Browne explores the many temples and halls that exist on the 'other side' and how their functions can truly change your life. Using meditative techniques, she shows how you can access these beautiful edifices, each of which has a particular purpose. Sylvia Browne explores the many temples and halls that exist on the 'other side' and how their functions can truly change your life. Using meditative techniques, she shows how you can access these beautiful edifices, each of which has a particular purpose.

30 review for Temples on the Other Side: How Wisdom from 'Beyond the Veil' Can Help You Right Now

  1. 5 out of 5

    Paula Cappa

    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 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.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    I have been a believer in the paranormal for many years and have always been intrigued by ghosts, psychics, and the afterlife. However, this book seems to be a huuuuge stretch. Maybe I first became skeptical of Sylvia Brown when I read one of her books where she purportedly discovered that physical ailments and phobias can be byproducts of previous lives. I had read other literature on reincarnation published years before Sylvia's fame which discussed this theory in detail yet Sylvia infers that I have been a believer in the paranormal for many years and have always been intrigued by ghosts, psychics, and the afterlife. However, this book seems to be a huuuuge stretch. Maybe I first became skeptical of Sylvia Brown when I read one of her books where she purportedly discovered that physical ailments and phobias can be byproducts of previous lives. I had read other literature on reincarnation published years before Sylvia's fame which discussed this theory in detail yet Sylvia infers that she discovered this all on her own! At another time she claims that one of her clients was burned as a witch in early America. Another fallacy! Witches were burned in Europe not America ,although they were persecuted. This book was a gift to me from my husband so I have felt obligated to read it. I admit it would be nice if heaven were the way Sylvia portrays it but I just find it hard to accept that a psychic, no matter how gifted, would be privy to so much information and all from an obliging spirit guide. Ironically, even though I believe in all sorts of things from ghosts to alien abductions, my intuition tells me her books are alot of b.s. which millions of gullible people gobble up.

  3. 4 out of 5

    D.l.

    I don't really like or dislike this one. If you are into doing guided meditation, there are a lot of exercises to work with in here. Sylvia has a nice chatty style of writing which makes her books easy to read. I had to keep reminding myself she is Gnostic while reading this. The descriptions of the other side become repetitive, and her referring to Earth as hell is sad. If we are sent here to learn, would it be possible to refer to this plane of existing as something other than hell? There is an I don't really like or dislike this one. If you are into doing guided meditation, there are a lot of exercises to work with in here. Sylvia has a nice chatty style of writing which makes her books easy to read. I had to keep reminding myself she is Gnostic while reading this. The descriptions of the other side become repetitive, and her referring to Earth as hell is sad. If we are sent here to learn, would it be possible to refer to this plane of existing as something other than hell? There is an implication of giving up, refusing to better ourselves and our world around us.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Great meditation places.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    Sylvia Browne describes the various temples that can be found on the Other Side, some that she has previously known about and others that she has just learned about. She lists each temple and the areas in your life that it can help with. Her premise is that you can visit these temples through meditation any time you want and that doing this can transform you life. People on the other side also have access to these temples for learning and understanding. At the end of the book Sylvia Browne has wr Sylvia Browne describes the various temples that can be found on the Other Side, some that she has previously known about and others that she has just learned about. She lists each temple and the areas in your life that it can help with. Her premise is that you can visit these temples through meditation any time you want and that doing this can transform you life. People on the other side also have access to these temples for learning and understanding. At the end of the book Sylvia Browne has written a meditation for each temple and how to best utilize it for your highest good. Interesting book yes, but alot of it is repeated if you have read any other books from Sylvia.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sue

    There was not enough about other planets, UFOs, aliens or even the shift of the Earth and sinking underwater. She mentioned that she was unable to formulate good enough questions, even though she had a viable source. She said she was on life 54; that one couldn't get much further than 100. Wrong. I'm on 864. This was regurgitated information. Gold doors? Greek edifices? This sounds like the "Other Side," and she made some good points here . . . but there's more. Thanks to Ruth Montgomery (who she There was not enough about other planets, UFOs, aliens or even the shift of the Earth and sinking underwater. She mentioned that she was unable to formulate good enough questions, even though she had a viable source. She said she was on life 54; that one couldn't get much further than 100. Wrong. I'm on 864. This was regurgitated information. Gold doors? Greek edifices? This sounds like the "Other Side," and she made some good points here . . . but there's more. Thanks to Ruth Montgomery (who she did mention), Robert Schwartz Courageous Souls, Gordon-Michael Scallion and Dolores Cannon.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Sylvia Browne brings fascinating information from the Other Side that can help your earthly existence. She explores the many temples and halls "beyond the veil" explaining how they all hold wisdom that can dramatically improve your life right now. She includes easy yet effective edifices, including the Temple of Learning, the Hall of Healing, and more - each of which serves a particular purpose. You can gain insight into how their attributes can help gain insight and help you overcome challenges Sylvia Browne brings fascinating information from the Other Side that can help your earthly existence. She explores the many temples and halls "beyond the veil" explaining how they all hold wisdom that can dramatically improve your life right now. She includes easy yet effective edifices, including the Temple of Learning, the Hall of Healing, and more - each of which serves a particular purpose. You can gain insight into how their attributes can help gain insight and help you overcome challenges - and enrich your life in ways you never thought possible.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    i loved this book. it was really something that helped me remember things rather than teach me things. that's when i know it was something that i needed to read. there's several temples and halls described in it from the OtherSide, the place we hang out between incarnations, along with meditations that help you visit there. the meditations are worded strangely at times. since i have done so many guided meditations before, and led others in them a bunch too, i am taking the liberty of rewriting s i loved this book. it was really something that helped me remember things rather than teach me things. that's when i know it was something that i needed to read. there's several temples and halls described in it from the OtherSide, the place we hang out between incarnations, along with meditations that help you visit there. the meditations are worded strangely at times. since i have done so many guided meditations before, and led others in them a bunch too, i am taking the liberty of rewriting some of the details in the meditations to better facilitate travel.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alicia

    I know, I know. And I don't care. I adore Sylvia Browne. That great "whiskey & 2 packs a day" voice; her unpretentious tone; the intelligent & well-researched background she gives; and best of all, the unapologetic way she tells it like she sees it, and doesn't feel threatened if others don't agree - about every 10 pgs she'll encourage the reader to take what rings true, then find their own answers for the rest. I know, I know. And I don't care. I adore Sylvia Browne. That great "whiskey & 2 packs a day" voice; her unpretentious tone; the intelligent & well-researched background she gives; and best of all, the unapologetic way she tells it like she sees it, and doesn't feel threatened if others don't agree - about every 10 pgs she'll encourage the reader to take what rings true, then find their own answers for the rest.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

    Definitely not one of my favorite Sylvia books. As other reviewers noted, some things felt like a stretch, some parts felt repetitive. Both of those things are disappointing because often I feel that what Sylvia writes really does resonate with me, but not this time.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cori

    whether you believe in her messages or not, these were just awesome possibilities...it would be wonderful if all this turned out to be real...very interesting concepts that actually make a lot of sense...who knows? maybe it is real!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Krissys

    A good read into multiple theories behind a souls transition and the various places a person can gain knowledge once they are on the other side. If you're a reader because you believe or you read just for the fun of it, Syliva brings up some interesting ideas. A good read into multiple theories behind a souls transition and the various places a person can gain knowledge once they are on the other side. If you're a reader because you believe or you read just for the fun of it, Syliva brings up some interesting ideas.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Gray

    This book changed my entire life. It has made me more spiritual than I have ever been. It has brought me comfort in life and death.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kristi Newcomb

    It was good. Kind of a rehash of one of her other books. I've read them all so I was afraid of that. But still very good, I love Sylvia's style and candor. It was good. Kind of a rehash of one of her other books. I've read them all so I was afraid of that. But still very good, I love Sylvia's style and candor.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Robin Murphy

    I've always loved reading Sylvia Browne's books. This book took you a little deeper into the "other side", and continued to inspire me. It opened my eyes and mind...as always, a must read. I've always loved reading Sylvia Browne's books. This book took you a little deeper into the "other side", and continued to inspire me. It opened my eyes and mind...as always, a must read.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ruby Noise

    Explained to me what I think instinctively happens when we enter heaven, home, the other side.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Who knew? No description of this book could do it justice. You'll have to read it to open your mind to these wondrous possibilities. Who knew? No description of this book could do it justice. You'll have to read it to open your mind to these wondrous possibilities.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nicolette Froelicher

    I did like it but felt like I was reading the same chapter over and over again, so it got a little boring for me. In the end it was still an interesting read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Marjorie

    Very interesting book. I really enjoyed reading it, much to my surprise. I think I need the CD of meditations now!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    Difficult to describe....suspend your beliefs and read

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Hadley

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cathlene Klippert

  23. 4 out of 5

    Zelda

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sean Nelson

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  26. 5 out of 5

    Amber Roberts

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dolly

  28. 4 out of 5

    Krista may

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rose Otterween

  30. 4 out of 5

    Julie Allen

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