Many Lives, Many Masters
by Brian Weiss
✅ Editor: SIMON & SCHUSTER
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“Many Lives, Many Masters” is the true story of an eminent psychiatrist, his young patient, and the past-the life of therapy that has changed both of their lives.DrBrian LWeiss was a scientist and psychotherapist, shaped by years of disciplined study in a professional conservativeHe was aware of research programs in parapsychology at major universities, but they seemed too difficult to take seriously.Then he met CatherineFor more than a year, he has been using conventional therapy with his young and beautiful patient to overcome recurring nightmares and anxiety attacks.When nothing worked, he tried hypnosis.Undergoing an astonishing series of states of trance, Catherine recalled the past-the life of memories that turned out to be the cause of her problems.In the strangely calm, dimly lit setting of Dr. Weiss’s office, Catherine spoke in vivid terms of many lives she had known, crossing classes and genders, centuries and civilizations.These remarkable sessions deeply change the mind and soul of both the patient and therapist.In a few months, Catherine’s symptoms disappeared and she resumed a life more peaceful and happier than ever.
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