Many Lives, Many Masters: The true story of a prominent psychiatrist, his young patient and the past-life therapy that changed both their lives

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Many Lives, Many Masters: The true story of a prominent psychiatrist, his young patient and the past-life therapy that changed both their lives

Many Lives, Many Masters: The true story of a prominent psychiatrist, his young patient and the past-life therapy that changed both their lives

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The events & experiences recounted in this book are incommunicable, and if communicated, are unbelievable. Many Lives, Many Masters is a groundbreaking book written by renowned psychiatrist Dr. Brian Weiss. First published in 1988, this thought-provoking book presents a captivating account of Dr. Weiss's experiences with his patient, Catherine.In the book, Dr. Weiss documents his initial skepticism towards past-life therapy and the extraordinary sessions that transformed his perspective on life and the concept of reincarnation. Catherine, a young woman suffering from anxiety and phobias, underwent hypnosis during her therapy sessions, leading to her regression into past lives. Several months prior to her appointment with me, Catherine had required vocal cord surgery for a benign nodule. She had been anxious prior to the surgery but was absolutely terrified upon awakening in the recovery room. It took hours for the nursing staff to calm her. After her recovery in the hospital, she sought out Dr. Edward Poole. Ed was a kindly pediatrician whom Catherine had met while working in the hospital. They had both felt an instant rapport and had developed a close friendship. Catherine talked freely to Ed, telling him of her fears, her relationship with Stuart, and that she felt she was losing control over her life. He insisted that she make an appointment with me and only me, not with any of my associate psychiatrists. When Ed called to tell me about his referral, he explained that, for some reason, he thought only I could truly understand Catherine, even though the other psychiatrists also had excellent credentials and were skilled therapists. Catherine did not call me, however. What animals make plans for industry, transport, schools, hospitals and libraries? The standard of living of the average ant hasn’t ever improved..yet humans have made huge strides to improve their way of life. If describing humans as being worse than animals is wisdom that Dr Weiss believes truly comes from “masters” of the universe, then it doesn’t seem so wise or enlightened to me. Continue reading for our Many Lives Many Masters review. Examining the Claims of Many Lives Many Masters

First, Catherine specifically named the year of the first past-life memory she recovered as “1863 BC.” Some reviewers took this specificity as a sign that Catherine (or Weiss) lied about her experience. If Catherine were truly speaking from the viewpoint of someone in that time, she would have no reason to add “BC,” as scholars wouldn’t begin dividing history into “BC” and “AD” until more than 2,000 years after that supposed memory. Balance and harmony are neglected today, yet they are the foundations of wisdom. Everything is done to access. In reading “Many Lives, Many Masters”, I had an open mind and was prepared to consider any evidence provided. I am disappointed that a doctor should write an account in such an unscientific manner and without any evidence to offer, when much could have been offered to either validate or disprove what happened.

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It is disingenuous of Dr Weiss to compare his discoveries with that of Galileo or to claim that there is “considerable evidence” to prove life after death. Galileo’s discoveries were proved by real evidence. So far, there is no similar scientifically validated or accepted evidence to prove life after death or past-life memories. To try to suggest that such “evidence” equates with the discoveries of Galileo is simply quasi-science aimed to hoodwink unquestioning and unscientific members of the public. En mi caso, más allá de mi niña interior o de el propósito de abrir mi mente a nuevas ideas, me reconforta que el libro alumbra la creencia que tenemos muchos de la vida después de la muerte. How many times did you change your vision or goals in life? And how many of those times, the reason for your surrender was fear? Succumbing to fear means giving up on oneself and not tapping into our potential. There is no way of telling whether the entire book is a complete work of fiction, and if it is, then of course it would be easy for Dr Weiss to make up anything to try and impress the gullible reader. After all, the existence of Catherine is not proven. She could be a person made up. We don’t know her full name. Why has she not come forward to confirm what Dr Weiss has written about her? This book has made a lot of money. Who knows what was the true motive of Dr Weiss to write it? I thought about how people tended to congregate in homogeneous groups, avoiding and often fearing outsiders. This was the root of prejudice and group hatreds. “We also must learn not to just go to those people whose vibrations are the same as ours.” To help these other people. – Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian L. Weiss, M.D.

Though Weiss, like many scientists, is a natural skeptic, his experience with this patient convinced him that reincarnation is real, human souls are eternal, and there are spiritual “Masters” providing help and guidance from beyond the veil. Our Many Lives Many Masters review examines the book’s claims. Could Catherine’s Story Be a Case of Cryptomnesia? In several past lives, she says she cant tell the date as there're no newspapers around. Such glaring inconsistency. La reencarnación no es un tema que me afane en la actualidad. No obstante, me animé a leer este libro del doctor Brian Weiss, gracias a la reseña que hizo Laura Quijano en el canal de El grimorio, la cual además de ser una muy buena reseña, me recordó el libro como una deuda con mi infancia.What sets Many Lives, Many Masters apart is Dr. Weiss's personal evolution throughout the therapeutic process. Initially perplexed and skeptical, he gradually begins to recognize the validity and healing potential of past-life regression therapy. The book presents an intimate depiction of his own personal growth as he wrestles with his scientific training and preconceived notions, ultimately embracing the idea of reincarnation. Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past Life Memories (2012) ISBN 978-0-06-220122-5



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