Sylvia Browne explains how you can heal your body, mind, and soul by reprogramming your cell memory, virtually eliminating your physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges.
The tape's value lies in that you learn basics about Sylvia Browne as a person while ALSO learning a basic relaxation technique meant to calm, relieve stress and negativity through prayer and taking the time to meditate/relax in order for you to receive God's blessings and healing.
I started with "Tools For Life" before this purchase, hoping that this tape would expand upon the principals in the other tape series. While I learned more about Sylvia Browne, I had hoped for a little more foundational information. For this reason, my "rating" is a bit lower than it would have been had I started with this tape series.
Sylvia Browne is a lovely, caring person who devotes herself to helping others find the peace and faith she has found and applied to her life. God Bless and Love her! I know I do! <g>
Nevertheless, Browne presents some very valid points. She purports the theory that individual cells have memory and register and retain feelings for a lifetime. However, a cell's lifetime is much shorter than our own. So what happens when a cell becomes extinct? Does it pass on its memory to progeny? How do cells interact to keep a subliminal memory alive and thus affect an illness? And, more important, how do we actually reprogram individual cells? Although Browne digresses a great deal, she does not digress into the scientific area at all. Her theories are primarily based on observations and accounts of family members, friends and clients as one might expect from a psychic.
Despite the emphasis on entertainment rather than substance, to her credit Browne does pose some inspiring wisdom to live by. To be covered by a blanket of spiritual love is far better than carrying the yoke of guilt. Forgiveness is essential to healing and maintaining both a healthy body and mind. And - my favorite from Browne's grandmother - within your weakness lies your strength sleeping. Browne also admits that some transgressions are far too serious for us to forgive. We must give them to God to be forgiven. Here she emphasizes that it is far more important to forgive ourselves for being human than to carry the guilt of not being able to forgive. On the second tape, Browne really digresses reflecting on such diverse topics as her clients' diseases, their past lives, her views of religion, and the afterlife. According to Browne, we have nothing to fear. The afterlife is sheer enjoyment. And you can bring along your pet if you like. They allow animals. Although valued mostly for its entertainment, the second tape does have a beneficial meditation, but most of it is the kind of thing you will find on the TV talk shows, tending toward sensationalism rather than solid substance.