Animals on the Other Side

Animals on the Other Side

by Sylvia Browne

The New York Timesbestselling author and psychic Sylvia Browne and her son explain for pet owners of all ages what animals experience when their life on earth is over and what is waiting for them when they return home to the other side.

and How will I be able to find my pet when I go home?

The story begins when the spirit of Browne's dog, Jolie, leaves her body and goes home to live on the other side.

Jolie runs, jumps, and plays with her eternal friends all around the world, devoid of the pain and suffering she was experiencing on earth.

This is a comforting account of a pet's journey through one life and on to the next that explains how animals enjoy eternal happiness right alongside the people who love them.

  • Language: English
  • Category: Spirituality
  • Rating: 4.10
  • Pages: 32
  • Publish Date: April 1st 2005 by Angel Bea Publishing
  • Isbn10: 0971784345
  • Isbn13: 9780971784345

What People Think about "Animals on the Other Side"

Sylvia Browne knows because they spoke to her in her mind while she was looking at the Other Side and they told her that it's all cool.

I saw this at the library and ever since our yellow Lab died a few summers ago (the first pet Julia lost in her short lifetime) I've been on the lookout for books about pets and heaven. So I never even started this with Julia because the book is filled with Browne's ideas presented as if it's fact. that leads to the Other Side." How in the living hell does she know this? Browne "witnessed" her dog "going home" because she supposedly saw a "magnificent swirl of white light." This, mind you, is her "proof". Okay so, when animals are still alive, and at rest, they go "home" on visits. So basically, they're already knowing about this "home" which is why there are no animal ghosts by the way. Again, HOW DO BROWNE AND HER NUTTY ASS SON KNOW THERE ARE NO ANIMAL GHOSTS???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Okay, no animal ghosts but they actually do come to earth sometimes to check us out. I think she watched Brother Bear (good movie by the way but if you're crazy like this broad don't watch it - you might get crazier - she obviously did.) one too many times because then she gets to talking about totems.

It seems to be intended as a comfort to adults and children who have lost pets.

This book was truly comforting to me as someone who dearly loves their pets and really grieves for them when they pass away. She said Heaven had the natural wonders, and also manmade buildings like libraries and other public places, which I hadn't thought of. On the one hand I'm comforted that my pets hear my when I talk to them, that they can visit me freely, and that they'll be right there when I go to Heaven waiting for me. It was nice when Sylvia said they'll be the first ones to welcome us up, pushing people out of the way to get to us. It's nice to know that people and animals don't require food, and so don't kill in heaven. I also liked when Chris pointed out that there are no "bad" animals on earth, and that the animals that kill other animals, and even people, are only acting the way that God intended for them to act. Sylvia also said that we'll be able to telepathically talk with animals in Heaven; we won't need to open our mouths to communicate. One the right-hand side of the page there was the information from Sylvia and Chris, and then on the left there was the pictures and the bit of a long run-on sentence which continued through the whole book.

Sylvia Browne, the queen of woo-woo, is behind this childrens book that seeks to reassure young readers that their deceased pets are in a happier place. Considering the sheer number of farm animals on planet Earth (there are more of them than us), and the fact that if any creature deserves an eternal reward, it is the one whose life on this planet was utterly dismalthis exclusion seems especially egregious. Farm animals, despite their sheer numbers, have disappeared from the landscape, our consciousness, our thoughts, and our ideas of heaven.

I was reading and enjoying it, and then all of a sudden I turned a page and it ended. there I was smiling at what I had just read, turned the page, interested in whatever would be next, only to find that there was nothing else. I would have liked to hear more about what they themselves have heard/seen of their pets/other peoples pets on the other side. it seemed fantastical and I wish that had been explained.

The pictures are beautiful and although I finished the text and book itself in probably ten minutes, I found myself crying tears of relief and even joy at reading of the happiness, security and health that my precious furbaby now had.

The New York Timesbestselling author and psychic Sylvia Browne and her son explain for pet owners of all ages what animals experience when their life on earth is over and what is waiting for them when they return home to the other side. This is a comforting account of a pet's journey through one life and on to the next that explains how animals enjoy eternal happiness right alongside the people who love them.