- By Sylvia Browne

The Mystical Life of Jesus: An Uncommon Perspective on the Life of Christ

  • Title: The Mystical Life of Jesus: An Uncommon Perspective on the Life of Christ
  • Author: Sylvia Browne
  • ISBN: 9780739477533
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Mystical Life of Jesus An Uncommon Perspective on the Life of Christ Responding to the extraordinary number of questions raised by recent cultural phenomena such as The Gospel of Judas and The Da Vinci Code New York Times bestselling author Sylvia Browne brings reader

    Responding to the extraordinary number of questions raised by recent cultural phenomena such as The Gospel of Judas and The Da Vinci Code, New York Times bestselling author Sylvia Browne brings readers the full story of the life of Jesus New discoveries in archaeology and recent bestsellers and movies such as The Da Vinci Code and The Passion of the Christ have sparked aResponding to the extraordinary number of questions raised by recent cultural phenomena such as The Gospel of Judas and The Da Vinci Code, New York Times bestselling author Sylvia Browne brings readers the full story of the life of Jesus New discoveries in archaeology and recent bestsellers and movies such as The Da Vinci Code and The Passion of the Christ have sparked a renaissance of the many controversies that have remained unanswered in Christianity and other religions At the heart of these controversies is Jesus With a unique perspective only Sylvia Browne could bring, The Mystical Life of Jesus is filled with the details of Jesus inspiring life Including his birth, childhood, travels, ministry, miracles, crucifixion, death, and resurrection, she addresses all of the major controversies Was there a virgin birth Was there a Star of Bethlehem What did he do for the first thirty years of his life Was he married Was he divine Was it a miracle at Cana and who was getting married Is there a Jesus lineage Using her unique relationship with her spirit guide and her years studying the controversial Gnostic texts, Sylvia answers all of these questions with a confidence and authority only someone who has visited the afterlife can have.

    1 thought on “The Mystical Life of Jesus: An Uncommon Perspective on the Life of Christ

    1. WOW this book changed my life. I was raised Roman Catholic, now a Pagan. As a child I always felt like the Bible and the Church got it wrong about Jesus. This book opened up my eyes. And as I was reading I would often say "Wow that makes sense". I highly recommend everyone of all faiths to read the book.

    2. Wow! Five stars like no book has achieved! I have learned, reaffirmed, found new ways to express things again, and like always; am inspired anew. "The Mystical Life Of Jesus" does not diminish the teacher and healer we worship and love, nor doubt His divinity. It merely explains how the most common religion of the world omitted and even altered information about how Jesus' life went. How is it possible in 2000 years? Take a religion run by guilt and fear of exclusion from the spiritual realm. We [...]

    3. I'm sure this book could really offend some people, and it was a little too complicated for me as I don't know the Bible well at all, but I really liked her views on Jesus as a spiritual being connected with a higher power (God) and how so many people have forgotten what Jesus was trying to teach as they fight religious wars. So frustrating to think about

    4. I really enjoyed this perspective on the life of Jesus. Being raised in a Christian household and always doubting the validity and source of the Bible particularly, I have been seeking many different perspectives on his life and teachings. I love that Sylvia points out all the "editing" of the early church and the sheer fact that the Bible is in no way a verified source of historical information. Of course as a skeptic in general, I do not validate the notion that her spirit guide Francine is a [...]

    5. I gave this one star: but in reality I could have given it 4 - because it was HILARIOUS! ;DI'm amazed how many people get spiritual and academic advise from a Fortune Teller and her spirit guide (Francine?!). Yes she claims to do it out of the overflowing love of her heart. How many of you have checked her history and exactly how much she CHARGES for that overflowing advice? Anyone? Bothered to check? I didn't think so. NO surprise - those with no discernment generally don't research things for [...]

    6. When I selected this as a to read, I had forgotten that the author is a self-proclaimed psychic with a "spiritual guide" named Francine. I must be honest and say that I am a skeptic with regard to psychics, having never really met any. But having said this, I have approached the book with an open mind. If it weren't for the psychic spiritual guide content, I would say the book was rather insightful and it would appear she has facts to back up what she says about the early church and related cont [...]

    7. I really enjoyed this book like I did Sylvia's Two Marys. I'm not sure about Jesus surviving the crucifixion, but I do believe in a loving and kind God like Sylvia describes and I believe that we have one rule like she says only I put it even more simply, we just need to be nice. It's refreshing to read something placing Jesus in a more human role because he's much easier to identify with this way. I also like seeing someone use other writings than just what the Catholic Church has proscribed. N [...]

    8. Enjoyed the shit out of this book. The information buoyed me when I needed some balance in my search for information about Christianity. Not that I believe everything written within this tome, but a counter-thought is always important in seeking the middle ground, & Sylvia and her book are filled with counter-thoughts. Read it, I will, again.

    9. Nothing to fearThis book is a reminder that we are not here to just accept whatever we are told. We are meant to ask questions and know when we hear the truth it will resonate in our whole being. Sylvia Browne was my first mentor into my truth. I am forever grateful to her & God for bringing her into my Life.

    10. This is a very controversial book and has really challenged my Christian faith. How reliable though is the soure from her "friend from the other side?" Nevertheless, I enjoyed reading about the missing gaps of Jesus's life. Some of it made sense, some didn't. The good thing about this book is that it's easy reading.

    11. An interesting montage of ideas, thoughts, possibilities, and likely truths about the historical character known of as Jesus Christ, and the eternal spiritual entity Christ. I found nothing about this material that was either surprising or offputting. "Uncommon"ybe. Controversialt so much.

    12. Wow! So many questions going clear back to my childhood were addressed in this book. So much of it just felt "right" - and made complete sense. Love her or hate her - Sylvia Browne is a remarkable woman. Love her down-to-earth style and honesty.

    13. I really enjoyed this bookund it to be very engaging. If you are interested in the esoteric sciences or the life of Jesus, you will be truly amazed at what Sylvia Browne has to say. It sure opened my eyes!

    14. Loved this interesting take on the life of Jesus! Couln't put it down. I loved reading about how the journey for him didn't end with the great sacrifice he made. And the more realistic portrayals of Mary and Magdalene was a nice, fresh perspective.

    15. Facinating reading! If you are a traditional "church go-er" you will not like this book, but if you have an open mind and are willing to consider the possibilities, this book will give you much to ponder I'd love to discuss it with others who have read it.

    16. I really enjoyed reading this. It's made me ponder Ms. Browne's point of view.I like the way she presents God and Jesus to the reader. Over all it's a good read, and I would recommend it to those that have any doubts about the origin of Christianity.

    17. The book answers the questions whether Jesus is married or is there a Jesus lineage and many other conflicting accounts in the Bible. It's easy to read and very very interesting!!!

    18. Know I don't know if jesus lived on after his crusived on the cross, but it'll be nice if he did. Fell in Love, had a family. Like any human being

    19. Very much recommend! I think I came to this with a bit of an advantage being that I wasn't raised with any kind of religious teachings - I had an open mind and genuine curiosity, wanting to learn about who Jesus actually was and what his life was like. (I'm sure people coming from a strict religious Christian background will find a lot of it hard to swallow!) This was a great read. And very easy to read as Sylvia's style is very down to earth and conversational. Definitely a book to check out if [...]

    20. I really enjoyed this book, but since I don't trust anyone, I can't fully 100% believe anything "Francine" says. That being said, Sylvia's thought process is very similar to mine so I appreciated that aspect of it. I think it's important to question things when you can. It helps you develop as a person, especially in a spiritual sense.

    21. This book made Jesus so much more relatable. I really enjoyed it. I have a whole new perspective on his life and religion in general. I am so happy this book crossed my path. I would recommend it!

    22. Another Sylvia Browne book down, and more confusion sets in. I'm still on the fence about her either she's really off her rocker, or she's really onto something. Her ideas seem so far off base that they almost have to be true or do they? Anyways, this book was super boring. If you don't have a strong religious background or know a lot about the Bible, you are going to struggle through it like I did. The only two chapters that interested me was the crucifixion and the resurrection. She follows al [...]

    23. I think that if Jesus did walk the Earth, this story seems much more realistic. I am not Sylvia nor her guide, therefore, I can't say whether or not I believe this to be true. Simply, because it is their experience and their perception. I do appreciate the book, however, because it provokes thought and opens the mind. I would recommend it to other interested in studying the mystical side of Jesus Christ.

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