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.
The book was very good and while past life regression does seem plausible, some of the facts presented just didn't seem to add up. The one that really jumped out at me is when the patient was stating that she was living xxxx BC. If she was really regressed to that time period, how would she know about the future Christ and when he would be born in order to estimate the year she was living in based on our present day conventions with respect to BC or AD?
Yes, I read the book many times over, audio is much better. It is narrated by Dr. Weiss and emphasis is where it should be, if one read the book.
This book is based on a real clinical case and the beginning of all of Dr. Weiss's books. It is important if one wants to understand all of Dr. Weiss's books better you should know the beginnings of his research.
The book is read in tempo with how Dr. Weiss wants the listener to understand his research.
The whole book is fascinating. To hear how many past lives the patient had and how visiting each lifetime helped to heal her.
100% recommend to everyone that has experienced loss. This answered many questions and raised many others. It has helped me understand and cope with loss of a loved one.
This was a great book and one I would recommend to anyone struggling with the meaning of this present lifetime and exploring alternatives in thoughts about what "it" all means.
Yes, because it was a long car ride and the book was only an hour
Brian Weiss edited the long winded unnessecery words out of this version of the book.
I enjoyed how the book flowed. I found this spproach to this topic interesting and informative.
This story captured my interest and definitely drew me in. We all want to believe that our lives can be an amazing adventure, and this book illustrates that possibility.
This is a good book for people who want to explore past life regression therapy.
This was so thought provoking. I thought the performance was very good and the account in general was riveting. I would definitely listen to this again soon!
I really enjoyed the Dr. Weiss approach and curiosity with his journey with his patients. I would have really enjoyed an unabridged version of the audio book.
When Dr. Weiss realized there was more to his patients.
Smooth ~ Inviting ~ Easy to Listen
Recommend to those with an open-mind and curiosity about life and life after death.
Glass Artist / Insurance Agent I enjoy discovering the spiritual and psychological opinions of past and present times.
Great book, well structured and interesting
No, I completely lost respect for anything this man has to say. He has shown himself to be utterly irrational and someone who does not understand scientific method or the way the human mind works, which is honestly a little scary.
Useless memory manipulation.
This book is a great reminder that people who get a book deal don't nessisarily have anything useful to say.
The stories in this book are not only unscientific but also unethical.
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