Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian Weiss
Information: 219 pages, paperback
They say: Psychiatrist Dr Brian Weiss had been working with Catherine, a young patient, for eighteen months. Catherine was suffering from recurring nightmares and chronic anxiety attacks. When his traditional methods of therapy failed, Dr Weiss turned to hypnosis and was astonished and sceptical when Catherine began recalling past-life traumas which seemed to hold the key to her problems.
Dr Weiss's scepticism was eroded when Catherine began to channel messages from "the space between lives", which contained remarkable revelations about his own life. Acting as a channel for information from highly evolved spirit entities called the Masters, Catherine revealed many secrets of life and death.
This fascinating case dramatically altered the lives of Catherine and Dr Weiss, and provides important information on the mysteries of the mind, the continuation of life after death and the influence of our past life experiences on our present behaviour.
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Brian L. Weiss, M.D., the best-selling author of Many Lives, Many Masters and several other books, is a psychiatrist who lives in Miami, Florida, where he maintains a private practice. In addition, Dr. Weiss conducts national and international seminars and experiential workshops as well as training programs for professionals.
Dr. Weiss is a graduate of Columbia University and Yale Medical School, and is the former Chairman of Psychiatry at the Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami.
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Vernon MarshallWhat an inspiring book this is! This is not only an account of how past life regression helped a disturbed young woman to find growth. It is about how the process changed both people involved, the client and the therapist. The details of the woman's past lives were valuable in themselves but it is the appearance of the masters that brought messages from between the lives that fills the pages with such extraordinary wisdom. This book is valuable because it is written by someone who was formerly highly sceptical, someone involved in the traditional approach to psychiatry. His experiences led him to change totally his views on life and death. It meant the dangers of being ridiculed and ostracised by his profession.
This book is an easy read. It follows, stage by stage, the process of reconnecting the client's current life with those that went before. It details her progress, her improved outlook on life and her developing wisdom. It also demonstrates the increasing awareness of the therapist as he encounters the words of the masters. It is written in a simple and engaging style easily takes the reader along on this exhilarating journey.
This book is also an enticing taster to Brian Weiss's other books. They deal with similar themes but build on the knowledge and wisdom he has gained from the encounters with higher authorities. There is more to be learned about past life therapy and the absorption of wisdom from the other world of which this book is just the beginning. I recommend it to all who want to improve their spiritual lives.4 out of 5 By Rainbow MumThis is a book which I had been meaning to read for quite sometime. It is considered to be a classic work in the field of past life regression & therapy and is often quoted in other books. In fact it is so often quoted that when I did get around to reading it, I recognised so much of it that I wondered if I had read it before. Weiss has a very good writing style that is easy to read & follow. I don't think there is anything contained in its pages that will sway a non-believer into embracing the concept of past lifes, but it is a fascination case study not only of Weiss's patient from phobias to wellness but also of his own journey from a classical scientific background of rational thought towards spiritualism. Overall it's a very interesting read & a good place to start if past lifes interest you, if for no other reason than you will often see this book quoted & it is nice to be able to put it all into context.