I don’t agree with Sylvia Browne

27 Nov

I like the psychic and all, don’t have a thing against her, but I often find that what she shares is very different from my own experience and knowledge. Totally didn’t like her Spirit Guide meditation. Her voice is not meant for a guided talk and it interrupts the process. But anyway, she writes from HER experience, but I don’t like when she claims it is fact and true. She tells how if you hear your spirit guide it will be a high whinny voice. Untrue for myself and my daughter. Times I’ve heard my guide there has been a low voice. Most of the time the voice is delivered in telepathic thoughts. My daughter, who nothing of Sylvia’s books, has ongoing conversations with her Guides, none in a whinny voice because the Guide has to jump dimensions. Some of us can easily pop over there. 🙂

She also says that you probably have never had a lifetime with your Guide. I was told that we shared a lifetime twice.

I guess the purpose of big celebrity psychics writing books, is to help us determine what is truth for us and what is not. I always laugh when their egos get in the way and they tell us their truth is the only truth. Or worse, as we know from this blog and the folks who visit, that many of us can do what the big time celebrity psychics can do. The point is to teach others on their own abilities, not to become a big guru on the mountain, don’t you agree?

8 Responses to “I don’t agree with Sylvia Browne”

  1. Melissa November 27, 2007 at 8:29 pm #

    Agree totally!

    I always try and use the phrase ‘this is what I experience, everyone is unique, we do this differently’.

    Teaching and acknowledging is a way to acceptance.

    Great post!


  2. Liara Covert November 28, 2007 at 10:22 am #

    Sounds like this is an opportunity to step back and recognize the power and influence of your own ego. Its useful to remind yourself that when you judge or criticize other people, no matter what you assume the reason is, this is actually an ego projection from inside yourself. Rather than divert your attention from the real, inner issue you avoid, why not take another approach? Choose instead to read your negative energy as a sign of some soul work you can do to benefit your own inner growth. As Melissa implies in the previous post, the key to teaching may be actualizing one’s own self-acceptance.


  3. ronnifairy November 28, 2007 at 6:41 pm #

    Thanks Melissa. I love that. You helped me clarify how I felt and what was important to me to deliver to others, and acceptance is the beautiful trip to see how you feel and what matters most to you.

    And thanks Liara. When I step back I realize that many times when I see something that doesn’t resonate, it is important because it clarifies MY values. It’s a reminder to me to always do what Melissa had said, to say what I am feeling or saying is from MY experience. That was rather clear. Ah, weren’t you being judgmental by saying I was being negative by saying what I liked and disliked or felt or didn’t feel. 🙂 I am sorry my one comment that I didn’t like her guided tape took away from the rest of the message I was trying to convey. But, yes, negative feeling or not, I didn’t like it.

    Any way, I am glad the post got us all thinking and looking at things. And I am grateful to Sylvia for clarifying what is important to me to teach–for all of us to honor our experiences, whether or not they are different.


  4. Theresa111 November 29, 2007 at 1:50 am #

    I don’t know this (Sylvia) person.

    The voice I have always heard in my head is a low, deep, melodious awareness. I address him as Holy Spirit. He seems to like this name.

    I was told once by a medium named Carol, 1975, that I would be a good medium. This was right after she told me my dead boyfriend’s name, took my hand and told me some more. It was quietly reassuring and felt natural. Not at all scary.

    P.S. Peace and hugs to you and yours, Ronnie.


  5. Theresa111 November 29, 2007 at 1:50 am #

    I transposed my email address. I reentered it.


  6. ronnifairy December 3, 2007 at 1:15 am #

    Very cool, Theresa. Thanks for the hugs!!!!! I needed that. I always knew you were a fellow sensitive.


  7. Gretchen December 11, 2007 at 9:04 pm #

    Just for the record, I have the same dissonant feeling about Sylvia. And I don’t think it’s because I’m less evolved. 🙂


  8. ronnifairy December 11, 2007 at 9:47 pm #

    Why Gretchen, you rock.


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