A Rare and Riveting Look at the Lives of Some of Your Favorite Celebrities
Renowned New York Times bestselling author Sylvia Browne has written about what celebrities are doing after death. But she has not written about what they were doing before birth--until now. In Past Lives of the Rich and Famous, Sylvia fills us in on the past lives and deeds of some of the biggest celebrities of all time--from Amy Winehouse and Steve Jobs to Elizabeth Taylor and Elvis Presley. With detailed stories of their past lives, she takes us through the ages, from the ancient world to the not-so-distant past, traveling to locales all over the world.
Sylvia explains how past lives work, why we continue to come back to this earthly plane, how cell memory can cause us to feel homesick for a place we think we have never visited, and how a birthmark can be a carryover from an injury from a past life. Browne explains that, after all, past lives aren't someone else's--they are your own. Each of us has our own spirit that endures through the passage of time and the ending--and beginning--of different lives.
Past Lives of the Rich and Famous is highly entertaining, but it offers much more to readers hungry for inside information on celebrities--for both longtime Sylvia Browne fans and newcomers. In the latter part of the book, Sylvia gently takes you through a regression of your own. Not only will you find it enjoyable and relaxing, but it will give you a unique glimpse into your own sacred and immortal soul.
About the Author
Sylvia Browne (October 19, 1936 - November 20, 2013) was a #1 New York Times bestselling author and world-famous psychic who appeared regularly on the Montel Williams Show and on Larry King Live, as well as making countless other media and public appearances. She also founded the Society of Novus Spiritus church, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2011.
Catherine Hickland After spending her entire adult life as an actress, on both soap operas and Broadway, Catherine Hickland channeled her fascination with the mind and how it works into a diligent study of the art and science of hypnosis. She became certified in several areas of hypnotherapy in 2007 and is now the most successful and well-known female stage hypnotist in the country, performing more than two hundred family-friendly shows a year. A popular speaker and author of The 30-Day Heartbreak Cure (Simon & Schuster), Catherine is also a passionate teacher of the mind/body/spirit connection through her seminars, private hypnotherapy sessions, and volunteer work with women in the Federal Prison System. Her Christian faith and devotion to God lie at the core of her dedication to guiding people to their inner peace and freedom; and thanks to her decades of appearing on soap operas for all three networks, she enjoys an international renown that only broadens her audience and her outreach potential. In 2001, Catherine created and remains CEO of Cat Cosmetics (www.catcosmetics.com), a very successful line of color cosmetics. She's happily married to producer Todd Fisher, and they divide their time between their home in Las Vegas and their ranch in California, which they share with their dog "Yippi," chickens, horses, donkey, geese, ducks, and Cat's pet rooster "Nugget" Fern Underwood was born in a small town in Iowa on February 7, 1915. From her parents, Raymond and Bertha Shoup, she learned the importance of family, hard work, and a sense of humor. From the Depression that swept away her happy childhood on a thriving farm, she learned the importance of frugality and resilience. She married Clifford Underwood on Labor Day, 1940, and was a homemaker and mother to their two children until Clifford's sudden death in 1973, when she took over his chain of auto parts stores for the next twelve years. Her retirement in 1985 led to travels to Methodist mission stations on five continents as a member of the World Methodist Council, as well as passionate interests in the Bible, writing, and volunteer work with an emphasis on children-interests in which she remains active to this day, despite recent challenges with surgeries and seizures. The walls of her home in Osceola, Iowa are lined with awards from her local Chamber of Conference, the Methodist Church, and the state of Iowa honoring her ongoing insistence that Christianity is a verb, not a noun.