By Sylvia Browne
INCLUDES the complete textual content of Sylvia’s bestsellers ADVENTURES OF A PSYCHIC and IF you'll SEE WHAT I SEE . . .AND an all-new volume: ACCEPTING THE PSYCHIC TORCH
SYLVIA BROWNE: ACCEPTING THE PSYCHIC TORCH is a brand-new anthology that includes the whole textual content of 2 of Sylvia’s best-selling books: the landmark Adventures of a Psychic, which information how a bit woman from Kansas urban, Missouri, stumbled on her presents and used to be then led on a decades-long trip to eventually develop into “one of America’s so much winning clairvoyants”; and If you may See What I See, a guide on spirituality that also is jam-packed with anecdotes from Sylvia’s existence, either ahead of and after she grew to become a world-famous medium who spends her time writing, lecturing, and showing on TV.
Yet this quantity additionally incorporates a specific deal with: an all-new paintings from Sylvia! Titled Accepting the Psychic Torch, it specializes in the enormously distinctive courting Sylvia had together with her cherished psychic grandmother, Ada Coil. Drawing on her adored stories, in addition to Grandma Ada’s various letters—many of that are reprinted in those pages—Sylvia provides us a wealthy portrait of a blessed soul who helped such a lot of. She additionally delves into her personal formative years and teen years as by no means sooner than, as she relates how her pricey grandmother not just grew to become her mentor, yet was once certainly the mum she by no means quite had. this is often the ebook Sylvia’s enthusiasts were begging her to jot down . . . and it doesn’t disappoint!
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Sylvia would vividly recall her mother’s response to anything remotely threatening. Celeste simply excused herself and slipped off to have a long soak in the bathtub. It was a family signal that she’d insulated herself from reality and was not to be disturbed. During those traumatic days of melting faces, Celeste took many baths while Bill indulged himself with a passing parade of pretty ladies. Then one day Sylvia’s maternal grandmother, Ada Coil, came to call. Seating herself beside the frightened child, who was daily growing more and more withdrawn, she pulled the now-sobbing girl into her lap and comforted her.
Although Sylvia had always known things, this was the first time anyone had deliberately sought information from her. Her inadvertent response to Mary Margaret’s question had somehow revealed her psychic insight. She could actually hear a question and have it answered. ” she repeated, amazed at herself.
I have been doing readings for about 55 of those years and have met so many remarkable people during that time! In fact, I deeply desire to get back to doing those one-on-one readings—I miss that closeness— so I’ve decided to limit my travels. As I embark upon my “farewell tour” of lecturing, I’ve been thinking about my life up to this point, including the wonderful adventures I’ve had and the incredible things I’ve learned. I thought that this would be the perfect time to release a volume containing my “life story” up until now: including my first book, Adventures of a Psychic, written so many years ago with my friend Antoinette May; and If You Could See What I See, the “sequel” of sorts that was penned by me alone.