Sylvia Browne, world famous author and psychic, suffered a heart attack while in Hawaii, an email message from her church says.
She held a concert on Friday night, March 18, which went for several hours at the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall in Honolulu.
On Sunday, she held a special gathering and “Spiritual Salon” at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Then Monday, March 21, she suffered a heart attack. She was about to return home when the event occurred.
“We do not yet know how long Sylvia will have to be hospitalized in Hawaii nor when she will be able to return to her normal work-related activities. At this time we are first asking for your prayers and positive thoughts for a speedy recovery in every way possible for Sylvia and secondly for the survival of her mission, embodied in our church, The Society of Novus Spiritus©,” the email to her supporters said.
Browne founded the Society of Novus Spiritus ® under the name the Church of Novus Spiritus in July 1986 in California. She has written 45 books, including best sellers, The Nature of Good and Evil, Soul’s Perfection and Other Side and Back A Psychic’s Guide to Our World and Beyond.
During the concert, she promoted her most recently released book, Afterlives of the Rich and Famous. A local kumu hula teacher and Browne’s new husband Michael opened the show for her. Michael and Browne’s granddaughter escorted Browne to her chair in the middle of the stage. She appeared weak physically and to have difficulty at times hearing questions from the audience.
Before arriving in Hawaii, she promoted her event with interviews on KHVH News Radio and Hawaii Public Radio.
Updates will be provided on her web site http://www.sylviabrowne.com/