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Psychic Children - Revealing the Intuitive Gifts and Hidden Abilities of Boys and Girls
by Sylvia Browne with Lindsay Harrison
ISBN 0-525-95013-4
Published July 2007 - Hardcover - 265 pages - $25.95

I love Sylvia Browne.  Plain and simple.  She's a woman with a spiritual gift that continues to astound me.  What I wouldn't give to spend some time with this fascinating woman.  This book, her umpteenth one I've reviewed, is about the psychic abilities of young children.  We've all seen them playing with their imaginary friends (witness any little girl having conversations at her make-believe tea party) or playing games with others no one else can see.  Sylvia understands this and explains it beautifully in this book, and she also tells parents how to encourage their children if they suspect one or more child is psychic.  Such as, little children are more in tune with the Other Side because they've just come from there.  She also reiterates that we all plot out our own life paths, and says, "Each of us, including every newborn, every toddler, every child on earth, arrives here with a meticulously charted purpose to fulfill."  On the one hand I get what she's saying, but then I have difficulty trying to understand why anyone would "choose" to be a sick and starving child in impoverished India or Africa, or why anyone would "choose" to be a serial killer.  Why not choose peace and tranquility and love?  Why don't we just choose to live in relative peace without any brutality?  We could still learn.  In this book you'll read many enchanting and moving stories from parents whose children see and talk to spirits, and it will all make sense.  And that's how I feel about Sylvia Browne - she makes sense.  She explains imprints, tulpas, cell memory, birthmarks, totems, kinetic children, demonic possession, and more.  Do yourself a favor, read some more of Ms. Browne's thought-provoking books - they'll give you something to think about on an incredible level.  When I began reading her books, something in me connected to what she was saying.  I felt so much more at ease and less uncomfortable about dying.  She changed my mind about suicide, hell, why we're here, and so much more.  I now have hope.  Visit Sylvia's website.
Conclusion - Infinitely interesting and eye-opening, even if you don't have children.

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