It was even more meaningful because Dr. Weiss narrated his own book. This story touches a very tender part of my heart. I can resonate with the story in my own way. This phenomenon is real & people do have these similar connections. It is very healing for my soul to hear this story & it's ending.
Yes I believe. I would have liked if the book in its entirety was read rather than an abridged version. Love is reall
I wish it could've been more epic because the premise was so good. Though I lament about what this book could have been, I'd rather that the author stuck to the truth. I loved the ideas I entertained & was introduced to about the possibilities for love. It wasn't so much the writing, but about what the writing stirs within the reader. Enjoy!
Yes- It's an interesting book.
Whether it's fiction or fact, it's interesting.
He was a good narrator, although the hard copy of the book and the narrated words were different, making it very difficult to follow along. Entire chapters were skipped, paragraphs jumped over....
I did listen to it in one setting.
Please read the book word for word so one can follow along!
I've listened to the last chapter so many times. It's amazing and so relevant. Do not hesitate to pick up this book. Such an amazing story!
Didn't want it to end. Going to listen to it again - right away. The messages in the book and the story are like medicine for the soul. Makes you realize that life is one big love story.
Practicing Idealist, Dabbling Realist ;)
a new story unfolds of two people undergoing past life regressions at Dr. Weiss's office, each telling their memories of the same events . . . and . . . when is Dr. Weiss going to notice? And, then, what could he do?
Dr. Weiss would go back from time to time during this audiobook to reference events mentioned in his first book, Many Lives Many Masters, and those recollections were a comfortable experience and filled in this shorter story, perhaps enough that Only Love Is Real could stand alone for someone who hadn't read his first book.
(Although, Many Lives Many Masters is probably not a book to miss if a person is interested in Consciousness or reincarnation, because it is a pivotal book of this era and genre)
This is a relaxing book, like visiting an old friend if you've read Dr Weiss's other books, up until near the end, where I couldn't turn off the audiobook and had to change my plans because I had to find out how this ended.
I'd held off buying this book since it seemed short for the price, but am glad I did. The underlying message is powerful once you suss it out.