©1996 Brian Weiss, M.D., All Rights Reserved; (P)1996 Time Warner AudioBooks, ©1996 Time Warner AudioBooks (Packaging Elements Only), A Division of Time Warner Trade Publishing
Enjoyed the whole book, especially the ending. God always shows us amazing experiences in our lives, all we need to do is open our minds.
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.
I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. I listen when I drive so I can't take notes to remember the many interesting points. So, I will be listening to this book again. My 15 year old daughter has an high interest in the spiritual world, so I bought her this book used on Amazon.
The connection of his 2 clients, who were together in a previous life. It was definitely meant to happen.
I was just amazed how previous lives are interconnected.
I was very impressed with Brian Weiss's narrator ability. He is very good and is also a great story-teller.
yes, in fact I already recommended to various friends
The entire book
One of the best books I have ever read on this topic.
Mom purchased tickets that would take us by tram to see Ehrenbreitstein. Suddenly I was overcome with a shocking and crippling fear! Inexplicably it was urgent that we run for our lives! The intensity of my fear was visible, we departed quickly and the car soon faced the Rhine again. I looked across the Rhine and I saw a castle. Gleefully and with enthusiasm “Mom can we go see that castle? Before we got our tour tickets memories exploded “My favorite room is just inside to the right, it is the music room, with parquet floors, a harp, it is where we danced! Mom and I were both startled by my knowing description before we entered the castle. The guide was talking, I whispered to my mom, thru that door is my bedroom and outside my window is a garden. The guide took us through the door and said this was the Kaiser‘s daughters room. My heart pounded with recognitions. Guided outside, overlooking the Rhine is Ehrenbreitstein a fortress built to protect Stozenfelz. My fear explained.
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