Same Soul, Many Bodies illustrates the life-affirming values of empathy, compassion, non-violence, patience, and spirituality, and will prove as utterly fascinating as it is instructive.
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The mountains...says it all....
I just read this book prior to attending one of Dr. Weiss' workshops. The book presents further affirmations of past lives, near death experiences and the value of regression therapy. In addition, he documents case studies of progression therapy and offers a balanced presentation of the technique. Dr. Weiss's books, while offering the spirituality that we all yearn for, also offers solid validation of these experiences for us few skeptics. I recommend all of Dr. Weiss' books, especially to newcomers seeking answers in a balanced setting to these topics of reincarnation, NDEs and the "next life".
An incredible journey into Dr Weiss past and future lives theories. I am very happy I bought this audiobook.
this book is so good, you lose track of time. I wish it had been longer!!!
These books should be read or listened to often over the years as I have done since obtaining the first copy of Many Life Many Masters from my wife that has since Passed Away,
So far very few, though I am begining to investigate further.
Dr. Weiss is an excellent reader.
I have all of Dr. Weiss' books and have given copies as presents to people that I felt would learn from them.
One may or may not believe the content but the outcome is definite. Love transcends all barriers.
I found this audio book interesting and helpful, although I would have enjoyed more case studies and less narrative. I enjoy when authors narrate their own work, as is the case here, yet the author might have added a little more variation in tone, but it did not put me to sleep. I wanted to hear the stories and that kept me interested. I listened to the book in one day, so it definitely did capture and hold my attention.
I look forward to hearing more of Dr. Weiss' work, it is revolutionary and practical, and in the very least entertaining, if you do not believe in the proposition of past and future life visions. A great book for those skeptical of the subject as Dr. Weiss treats the subject with great respect and a sound scientific mind.
Where is fancy bread, in the heart or in the head?
Had finished reading Journey & Destiny souls right before listening to this book. Wanted to like it but couldn't sink my teeth into it.
Was short too
Had a hard time paying attention
This is an excellent book about the science and study of Past Life Regression. I myself have had many past life dreams and memories. It is refreshing when a PhD explores nontraditional areas of study and presens the importance of how are dreams and memories shape and help create our reality.
I recommend Many Lives Many Masters. Although Same Soul Many Bodies is very interesting, it didn't seem to add anything for me to the topic of past lives.
Personaly like the stories and respect Dr Weiss from his background but the mono tone voice was almost to much to handle. Maybe another narrator would have raise my rating.
It was over way too soon. I gotta have more. Seriously. I guess I'll just have to buy his other books... oh... and the YouTube videos... I keep forgetting about them. This book really confirmed suspensions that I've had for years... and also has helped to alter a fundamental attitude(s)... while confirming info from another pioneer in this field... Dr. Newton.
I'm glad I bought it.
I hafta say this about the production: I've been a pro sound engineer for 40 years... and I've 'endured' several places in this audio book where the editing engineer (evidently) was just too lazy to double-check his own edits. Often, two or more 'takes' are recorded for each section, and the best is selected for the final mix. On at least 3 places, it's obvious that at least two 'takes' were included... back-to-back... which gives you a perplexing repeat of words/phrases. There were places where it was all too obvious that the end of one section was recorded on one day, and immediately, you hear Dr. Weiss start the next sentence, obviously recorded on another day... his voice characteristics were completely different... something else a real pro would have caught, and corrected. Another mark of lazy, unprofessional work ethics... numerous places where way too much 'dead space' between sentences... like 10-13 seconds (2-5 is industry standard)! Just proves laziness and/or unprofessionalism in the edit suite. Either someone was on drugs... or they needed to be.
Still... don't let this stop you! Excellent info regarding "progression", as opposed to "regression".
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