In Many Lives, Many Masters, Dr. Weiss tells the true story of Catherine, her many existences, her remarkable therapy sessions, and the vision she revealed of the human mind and soul.
©1990 Brian L. Weiss; (P)1990 Simon & Schuster Inc. SOUND IDEAS is an imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster, Inc.
This is my second book on the subject. I would mow like to find a pre-birth blueprint therapist to guide me through understanding my life’s purpose.
This is not a new idea to me or many. It's just a good base of information. If you're meant to you will get. If not you can always try back later. Simple and easy to relate to.
Always a great bit of information from Dr. Weiss
No, I really enjoyed both
The abridged version of this book is pretty weak, and doesn't really convey the full impact of what Brian Weiss accomplished. The unabridged version is much much better.
I will listen to this audiobook over and over again! It is full of insight and provokes a desire to research this phenomena further.
Everyone in search for the truth that they intuitively know in their hearts should listen to this. Everything comes when they are supposed to. To listen over and over again as a life manual. Thank you!
"Interesting but very badly written"
An interesting story but very badly written, could have been so much more with a bit more effort and skill on the part of the author.
I got this book after listening to 'Through Time into Healing' but it really didn't matter. In this book Weiss focuses on Catherine, his breakthrough patient, through which he learned all about past lives and what happens when we die. I loved this book because not only does he tell us what happens with his patient but he dually focuses on the impact of these discoveries on him and how they affected his life day to day and overall. The book is short. I was left thirsty for more. This is a good thing because there is no fancy narrative or unnecessary padding - just the facts as he saw/sees them....told in a most empathic and friendly way. I would highly recommend this book for the curious scientist and anyone interested in finding out about past lives.
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