Many Lives, Many Masters

Weiss, Brian L

| 1988

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"Many Lives, Many Masters" is the true story of a prominent psychiatrist, his young patient, and the past-life therapy that changed both their lives.Dr. Brian L. Weiss was a scientist and psychotherapist, molded by years of disciplined study into a conservative professional. He was aware of research programs in parapsychology at major universities, but they seemed too far-fetched to consider seriously.Then he met Catherine.For more than a year he used conventional therapy to help his young and beautiful patient overcome recurring nightmares and anxiety attacks. When nothing worked he tried hypnosis. Undergoing an astonishing series of trance states, Catherine recalled past-life memories that proved to be the causes of her problems. In the incongruously quiet, dimly lit setting of Dr. Weiss's office, Catherine spoke in clear and vivid terms of numerous lifetimes she had experienced, crossing...

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