AUDIO BOOK SAMPLE : MANY LIVES, MANY MASTERS, INDIAN MALE

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English

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Middle Aged (35-54)

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Indian (General)

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many lives. Many masters by dr brian weiss extract from previous years of discipline study had trained my mind to think as a scientist and physician molding me along the narrow parts of conservatism in my profession, I distrusted anything that could not be proved by traditional scientific methods. I was aware of some of the studies in parapsychology that were being conducted at major universities across the country, but they did not hold my attention. It all seemed too far fetched to me. Then I met Kathryn for 18 months. I used conventional methods of therapy to help her overcome her symptoms. When nothing seemed to work, I tried hypnosis in a series of trance states. Catherine recalled past life memories that proved to be the causative factor of her symptoms. She also was able to act as a conduit for information from highly evolved spirit entities and through them she revealed many of the secrets of life and death. In just a few short months her symptoms disappeared and she resumed her life happier and more at peace than ever before. Nothing in my background had prepared me for this. I was absolutely amazed when these events unfolded. I do not have a scientific explanation for what happened. There is far too much about the human mind that is beyond our comprehension. Perhaps under hypnosis, Catherine was able to focus in on the part of her subconscious mind that stored actual past life memories, or perhaps she had tapped into what the psychoanalyst carl chang termed the collective unconscious, the energy source that surrounds us and contains the memories of the entire human race. Scientists are beginning to seek these answers. We, as a society, have much to gain from research into the mysteries of the mind, the soul, the continuation of life after death and the influence of our past life experiences on our present behavior. Obviously, the ramifications are limitless, particularly in the fields of medicine, psychiatry, theology and philosophy. Throughout history. Humankind has been resistant to change and to the acceptance of new ideas. Historical law is replete with examples when Galileo discovered the moons of jupiter, the astronomers of that time refused to accept or even to look at these satellites because the existence of these moons conflicted with their accepted beliefs. So it is now with psychiatrists and other therapists who refused to examine and evaluate the considerable evidence being gathered about survival after bodily death and about past life memories. Their eyes stay tightly shut, mm hmm.