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Summary Of "Many Lives, Many Masters - By Brian Weiss"


Summary Of "Many Lives, Many Masters - By Brian Weiss"

by Sapiens Editorial

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  • ISBN 9783963761881
  • English
  • 26 Pages
  • 7089 Words

Summary Of "Many Lives, Many Masters - By Brian Weiss"

by Sapiens Editorial

DESCRIPTION OF THE ORIGINAL BOOK: In this book, Brian Weiss relates about an experience that completely changed his life. The work includes the treatment of Catherine, one of his patients, with whom he developed hypnosis therapy after having failed for almost a year with conventional methods. In a state of deep trance, the young woman remembered her previous lives and freed herself little by little from the traumas that were the key to her disorders. Catherine was completely cured. But the greatest success of this therapy was what the therapist learned, and his discoveries and verified truths that changed his way of seeing human life. This work constitutes a meeting point between science and metaphysics in which the subjects of reincarnation and life after death merge. Focused on an extremely interesting subject, the author achieves with a simple and clear style, reflection and the opening of thought.

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