The Journey to The Other Side
by Sylvia Browne
Many people ask me "What is the journey to The Other Side like?" This is a very common question and it is quite understandable that we would wonder about this experience.
When our bodies die, most of us experience a brilliantly lit tunnel that rises from our own bodies. This tunnel leads more "across" than "up" at about a twenty- or thirty-degree angle. We then travel with the glorious, weightless freedom through this sideways tunnel. While in this tunnel, we do not feel as if we have died, but we feel more thrillingly alive than we ever were on earth. All of our worries, frustrations, anger, resentment and negativity melt away. These negative emotions are replaced by peace and all-loving, unconditional understanding as we remember and understand that we are about to reunite with Home.
God's sacred white light waits to embrace us at the very end of the tunnel. Our loved ones are there, from every lifetime to greet us. They are eager to see us. Family, friends, pets and everyone that you have ever loved is there to see you.
Once you arrive at The Other Side, you continue with a busy and active life pursuing interests that you enjoy. Sometimes there are activities that we enjoyed on The Other Side that we did not do while on Earth that we can now look forward to taking up once more. There are lectures, concerts, classes, conversation groups and all sorts of cultural activities.
Sylvia Browne is without question, "America's #1 Psychic," an internationally known psychic and medium.
By Green, Monday, July 14, 2008 07:13:09 AM
Lol..arman. I am planning to just spend eternity on the other side by just relaxing and eating all the food that I can't eat on this earth. I don't think there would be anything like being overweight on the other side so I can eat whatever I like. I wonder if there would be movies over there...
By arman, Monday, July 14, 2008 04:19:05 AM
I wonder what im gonna do once I get over to the otherside.
By maylin, Monday, July 14, 2008 03:29:21 AM
well, yes, but i think it is more effective for me if i think of something. it is hard not to visualize things but you can do it if you really would just concentrate. i do meditate and it takes time for me to clear my mind and become peaceful.
By maylin, Monday, July 14, 2008 03:27:36 AM
Hello Brenda. That is a sad story. but i am glad that you and your family have accepted it. and your brother passed away happy. it is important that you supported him and he tried to get closer to God even if he was not that religious. he died peacefully and maybe it was really his time.
By Dartz, Sunday, July 13, 2008 03:32:20 PM
Meditation does not involve visualizing anything actually, if you wanna do it, look into Astral Projection and go from there. Just be careful though, your body is vulnerable while in another dimension.
By Brenda, Sunday, July 13, 2008 09:25:21 AM
My dear brother passed to the other side march 2008 at the age of 51 after along battle with cancer. He was not always a spiritual man, but became so in the months preceding his death. On the day he crossed over he had a terrible time breathing and had pain all over. At one point he wnated to sit up and cross his legs Indian style as was always his favorite way of sitting. My husband,sister and myself helped him to do this. He leaned his weight onto my husband,his breathing smoothed to that of a baby and the look on his face was of the way I remembered him as a little boy. There was such a peace as I have never felt in that room as he let go of his spirit. We all felt it and have not been the same since. It was a heavenly peace and I truly believe Jesus was there to help my brother across and allowed us to go a little of the way with Eddie. My sister has always feared death, but she no longer does after this. I thank Sylvia for helping me to be able to understand what happened in that room so that I was able to explain to the others. Slyvia, your books have helped me to totally look at life in a different perspective and to be at peace when tough things happen. I have been able to realize all things good and bad are meant to be. I love you,Sylvia. I thank God for giving us you!
By maylin, Sunday, July 13, 2008 03:36:23 AM
Hello Lisa. I have also been trying meditating. it is really hard to concentrate. but try doing it in a very quiet place and you should be alone. reflect the things that you are thinking and focus. determination and focus are the things that you need when meditating. it works for me but i just don't know if it will work for other people.=)
By maylin, Sunday, July 13, 2008 03:34:32 AM
Hello Ang. i really think that the best thing you could do for him is to support him. you know, what happened is not that easy to forget and overcome. but time heals everything. give him time and just always be there for him. do a lot of things together like going to the mall, church, park. redirect him to different things that you think will make him happy. it just takes time for him to recover.
By maylin, Sunday, July 13, 2008 03:28:12 AM
Hello Linda. You know, there are really things that we did or do that will be hard for us to forget. and if feel bad about that thing, we won't help but feel guilty because we know what we did was wrong. even if we know that God had already forgiven us, the guilty feeling will remain because we are just human. anyway, i am happy for you that you have tried being closer to God and that you are teaching your family members to do it also.
By LISA, Saturday, July 12, 2008 11:45:40 PM
I really want to do meditation, but my problem is I can not visualize
the white light or anything else in my mind, is there something wrong with me or do other people have this problem too.
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