Many in the scientific community shun life after death, considering such experiences impossible. Marcel Westerlund is the exception.
The Swedish psychiatrist,not only uses hypnotherapy to treat people's mental illnesses - he uses it to explore their afterlives as well. Despite being a highly controversial approach, his use of hypnotherapy results in some fascinating stories...and is even integrated directly into the sciences.
Travel back with a patient as she recounts being a queen of Egypt. Discover how a man finds his own grave, finally allowing him to connect with his spiritual existence and find healing. Read account after account of people who come to grips with their past lives, and use these experiences to find happiness in this life.
Pills may curb depression, but Westerlund discovers that delving into people's past lives provides a healing force that he could never accomplish through regular medicine. He talks candidly about his job as a healer as well as the importance of the spirit in mental recovery.
Journey into the soul and learn about not only the existence of past lives but the science behind it.
©2015 Marcel Westerlund (P)2015 ACX
If you liked books by Michael Newton, Brian Weiss et al.....I believe you'll
Enjoy this. Lots of interesting studies of the writers clients, some stories are really amazing. Just my kind of book.
Practicing Idealist, Dabbling Realist ;)
Dr. Michael Newton, Dr. Brian Weiss, Dolores Cannon, Robert Monroe, William Buhlman, and many other authors have provided interesting books about continued existence of consciousness beyond the physical experience. The first 3 authors explored via hypnotherapy and the others, along with too many other OBE explorers who have authored books to mention them all here, have come up with many points of similarity.
This book is a good addition to the genre. I often cringed at what appeared to be a rather aggressive and leading questioning style during the hypnotherapy sessions . . . but this may be a result of the author condensing lengthy question and answer sessions into a shorter writing format.
The benefits to people who were given an opportunity to do deep self examination over being prescribed some pills did seem to be a good point that the author had threading the book from start to finish.
It took a while for me to get used to the narrator.
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