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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 Paperback – Print, July 15, 1988
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I read this book with a very skeptical eye. But I also read it with objectivity, and, above all else, an intense desire to find truth. And I believe the account in this book to be factual. For the sake of argument, if it's a fake, it's an absolutely brilliant fake. But if it's completely authentic, then it's a phenomenal account that could change your life for the better. Either way, it's worth a read.
When the guide described artifacts at an Egyptian exhibit she found herself correcting him and at the next treatment Weiss regressed her, asking her to recall earlier ages; "Go back to the time from which your symptoms arise." "We live in a valley; there is no water; the year is 1863 B.C. The area is barren, hot and sandy. There is a well, no rivers. Water comes into the valley from the mountains. There are big waves knocking down trees. There's no place to run. It's cold; the water is cold. I have to save my baby, but I cannot; just have to hold her tight. I drown; the water chokes me." In later sessions he found that her experience of death in her many lives was similar each time. A conscious part of her would leave the body around the moment of death, floating above and then being drawn to a wonderful, energizing light. She would then wait for someone to come and help her. The soul automatically passed on. Weiss investigated references to reincarnation. "In A.D. 325 the Roman emperor Constantine the Great, along with his mother, Helena, had deleted references to reincarnation contained in the New Testament. The Second Council of Constantinople, meeting in A.D.Read more ›
I'm generally a pretty intense, high-strung person. After reading this book, I really mellowed out and learned not to take things SO hard when they go wrong, to take things in stride. We're all here to "LEARN" - to be better people. Better spirits.
This book somehow taught me to live a healthier lifestyle, to be happier and really enjoy my life, my friends, my family. I'm now reading it for the 2nd time and I'm enjoying it just as much as the first time.
OBVIOUSLY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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Fear of death ending our possibilities for growth is crippling for many people. This book helps alleviate that fear, allowing for the freedom to grow as you need to, in the time... Read morePublished 2 days ago by deb
Fascinating read that recalibrates the understanding of life for manyPublished 4 days ago by Salavaux
Wonderful read! Very interesting and amazing details of one woman's lives through the centuries of her soul's journey.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Read it only if you are broad minded and open to any views. If your intellect is restricted by what your religion says, you may not want to read this book.Published 8 days ago by Rathish
What an easy read! I read this book in 1 day because I was so engrossed in it. I will purchase the companion books to it as well.Published 9 days ago by Ophelia
As my son had many similar experiences as the ones in this book when he was under hypnosis, the whole book was an affirmation of what he reported when he was "under".Published 9 days ago by Ms. Pam K. Larson