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Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story Of A Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, And The Past-life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives

by Brian L. Weiss
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Product Details

  • Publisher: Fireside
  • Publishing date: 15/07/1988
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 9780671657864
  • ISBN: 0671657860


As a traditional psychotherapist, Dr. Brian Weiss was astonished and skeptical when one of his patients began recalling past-life traumas that seemed to hold the key to her recurring nightmares and anxiety attacks. His skepticism was eroded, however, when she began to channel messages from the "space between lives," which contained remarkable revelations about Dr. Weiss' family and his dead son. Using past-life therapy, he was able to cure the patient and embark on a new, more meaningful phase of his own career.

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  • Classic, Genuine Account Of Author's Uncovering Past-Life Regression
    From Amazon

    Brian Weiss was a well-established psychiatrist in Miami who began to use hypnosis and unexpectedly encountered past-life material and non-physical guidance while working with a patient. He courageously began to explore this further and decided to publish this book, knowing it would upset the medical and religious establishments. This is an authentic story. Past-life memories are a real phenomenon (sometimes specific verifiable details come through that only have parapsychological explanations). I've come to practice regression therapy myself as a therapist in Miami and met Brian Weiss a couple times at his talks. His books are well-written, engaging accounts of what he and his patients learn about life and our spiritual purpose, as the wisdom and memories of the soul are accessed under hypnosis. This first book by Weiss shares the story of how he was drawn into this field, and lacks some of the spiritual depth and understanding of later books. It's a nice beginning for anyone who wishes to explore how we can benefit from working with our soul's memories and wisdom to heal ourselves.

  • The Realm Beyond
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    I loved the fact that Dr. Weiss has taken such a passionate interest in bringing the spiritual question to the table from a scientific angle. After reading this book, and many others that delve into the realm of past lives, near death experience and what happens to the soul, I am even more convinced that we have wonderful things to look forward to in the realm beyond!

    Sally Shields, bestselling author of, The Daughter-in-Law Rules, 101 Surefire Ways to Manage (and Make Friends with) Your Mother-in-Law!

  • Keep an Open Mind
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    When I first read this book as a teenager, many of the illusions that I had about life and death at the time were shattered. The implications made in this book clashed violently with what I had been taught in my Christian elementary school and Catholic junior high but still inspired me to further explore the concept of reincarnation for myself. It was Many Lives, Many Masters that first challenged me to question all of my pre-conceived notions and arrive at my own conclusions. Now as an adult, I recently re-read the book and can still appreciate its indisputable power to stir the quiet mind.

    Author and prominent psychiatrist, Dr. Weiss, takes his readers on a journey that begins with his own skepticism and gradually progresses into a new, more enlightened perspective. The book centers on Dr. Weiss' accidental but rather startling discovery that, Catherine; one of the patients he was conducting hypnotherapy on was recalling traumas that occurred not only in this life but in several past lives as well. Many Lives, Many Masters chronicles many of Dr. Weiss' sessions with Catherine and describes how these regressions permanently altered both of their lives.

    Though I have no evidence that these accounts are any more or less real than those tales presented in the Bible or other texts of a spiritual nature, I certainly found the book to be an easy, intriguing and enjoyable read. However, as with all concepts that challenge traditional beliefs, I highly recommend that readers keep an open mind so that this book's true value can be fully appreciated.

  • fascinating
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    One Day She'll Darken: The Mysterious Beginnings of Fauna Hodel

    I first read this book many years ago. I recently saw the Oprah show that featured Many Lives, Many Masters. Powerful information, Fascinating...

  • Interesting, thought provoking read
    From Amazon

    I've always been interested in past life regression and the possibility of karma, etc. This is why I picked up Weiss' book. I found it fascinating reading, the possibilities open to each of us to heal our hurts, if we are open to healing, whether you believe in past lives or not.

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