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 discussion


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message 1: by Lindalee (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:54PM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Lindalee I am about halfway through this book and think it is fascinating. I would like to hear other readers' reactions to it.


Karena I read it and it changed--literally--my life. Very moving. Explains a lot of what's been happening in my own life. I might try one of his regression CDs when the time is right for me.


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Reena yeh hv read d book long bck,,n yes amazing!! wnt like to call as a fiction cz it al seems so real..it affects ur conscious...yeh must read to all....sply those who like psychology...


Somnath Shantveer I finished it today.Its really a good book and i liked it. I don't how its gonna change my belief as i already believe in reincarnation. But some of my questions are unanswered.
->Do humans take birth as animals/plants in their next birth ?


Suzan G I know Dr. Weiss and he is a truly honest and earnest man. This book is real.


Somnath Shantveer Hey can anybody suggest some further reading in this genre ?
Similar to this book. Real reincarnation accounts !


Suzan G Elizabeth Kubler Ross,also Edgar Casey maybe? I will try to remember more Somnath :)


Somnath Shantveer Thanks Susan :)

"Humans have never been incarnated as animals !!!" I got this line from wiki on Edgar Cayce's page.. !!!


Suzan G I feel that no one human has all answers so I give each some credence but no one gets my worship :)

Maybe Ghandi and Dr. King come close to hero worship for me,,the rest of these authors are smart and worthy but not absolutes either.


M.C.V. Egan Lindalee wrote: "I am about halfway through this book and think it is fascinating. I would like to hear other readers' reactions to it." I have read it several times and I have had past life regressions. I used documented regressions. If you like this you might find my book interesting
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Br...
Catalina Egan
(M.C.V. Egan)


M.C.V. Egan Aris wrote: "I was in awe when I read this book. It has such an impact on me I actually went to one of Dr. Weiss’s conventions just so I could meet him in person. One only has to look at his credentials to know..."

Lindalee wrote: "I am about halfway through this book and think it is fascinating. I would like to hear other readers' reactions to it."
I agree absolutely agree! If you get a chance please check out my book and see how I used Dr. Weiss work to link actual events from a past life in 1939
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http://www.thebridgeofdeaths.com
Catalina Egan
M.C.V. Egan


M.C.V. Egan http://www.thebridgeofdeaths.com I was so impacted by this book that it led to my historical investigation of actual events
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Catalina Egan
(M.C.V. Egan)


message 13: by Peg (new) - rated it 4 stars

Peg B. You would probably enjoy books by Dr Michael Newton. He made a believer out of me.


M.C.V. Egan Peg wrote: "You would probably enjoy books by Dr Michael Newton. He made a believer out of me."

Thank-you I will look up Dr. Michael Newton


Umang loved the book have gifted it to so many coz i dont want people to miss this.


Umang Aris wrote: "Umang wrote: "loved the book have gifted it to so many coz i dont want people to miss this."

Umang, that's wonderful. My paperback copy went though so many hands it fell apart and I had to buy a n..."


:-)


Umang Peg wrote: "You would probably enjoy books by Dr Michael Newton. He made a believer out of me."

Hi, is this Dr Newton the one from Chennai?


Kritika dis really is a text dat made my belief stronger abt reincarnation.......i jst liked it......though related to a very specific n rare subject its fascinating n keeps u wanting to read more until d end.....


Umang I got this new book by Dr Newton Kondaveti. Consciousness Heals.


Wendy I thought it was a great book too.


Adithi Rao I completed reading this book in 1 day; just couldn't keep it down. I read this book when I was going through a difficult time and was in doubt. And with this book, things became a lot clearer.


Umang Adithi wrote: "I completed reading this book in 1 day; just couldn't keep it down. I read this book when I was going through a difficult time and was in doubt. And with this book, things became a lot clearer."

absolutely true....u just cant put it down.......


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Somnath wrote: "Hey can anybody suggest some further reading in this genre ?
Similar to this book. Real reincarnation accounts !"


Did you read Only Love Is Real also by Dr. Weiss?


Umang can try reading " you can heal your life" - Louise L. Hay....its great


Somnath Shantveer Bephyer wrote: "Somnath wrote: "Hey can anybody suggest some further reading in this genre ?
Similar to this book. Real reincarnation accounts !"

Did you read Only Love Is Real also by Dr. Weiss?"


I have this book. But didn't read it yet. Busy with tech reading these days :)


message 26: by [deleted user] (new)

Somnath wrote: "Bephyer wrote: "Somnath wrote: "Hey can anybody suggest some further reading in this genre ?
Similar to this book. Real reincarnation accounts !"

Did you read Only Love Is Real also by Dr. Weiss?"..."


Only Love Is Real will prove to be worth the read because of your interest in real reincarnation accounts...when you're done with your tech reading of course :)


MaryJane Rings I really enjoyed this book. Have read books about the soul's progression before. This was the best by far. Am picking up the book today about soulmates. I have also read other books on the subject of soulmates and am looking for new insight into this as I feel that I met mine later in middle age many years after the dissolve of my first marriage. I did marry this man and am happier than I have ever been. Looking back I am well aware that my first husband and I were never happy together even though we both tried. We just weren't suited to one another the way this man and I are. We are truly soul mates.


Rajiv Loved reading Brian Weiss books


Nikhil hi,

I too liked the book .But after first half it gets too repetitive..Actually concept can be contained in not more than 50 pages.Rest is details which don't add much value


Kritika Nikhil wrote: "hi,

I too liked the book .But after first half it gets too repetitive..Actually concept can be contained in not more than 50 pages.Rest is details which don't add much value"


i think details are necessary especially in this kind of subject because it s the details only that gives authenticity to the whole concept of past life regression. those were essential to be mentioned to back this concept


Nikhil Kritika wrote: "Nikhil wrote: "hi,

I too liked the book .But after first half it gets too repetitive..Actually concept can be contained in not more than 50 pages.Rest is details which don't add much value"

i thi..."


It depends on the reader i believe..


Kritika Nikhil wrote: "Kritika wrote: "Nikhil wrote: "hi,

I too liked the book .But after first half it gets too repetitive..Actually concept can be contained in not more than 50 pages.Rest is details which don't add mu..."

yeah may be.........


message 33: by Ria (new)

Ria Prabal Reading 'Many Lives Many Masters' , it was a book recommended by a friend. Managed to find it at the city library. There is nothing wrong with the book and the Dr. Weiss has done a good job and and taken up a very out of the box topic. However wish there were more examples to validate the idea. Basing it completely on an Anonymous Catherine, can get hard to believe in parts. Overall a nice book!!


message 34: by Jill (new)

Jill Who thinks this would be a good book to choose for a book club discussion? I am torn because the subject is fascinating, whether you believe or not, but the writing is so so so there would be no discussion on that.

Thoughts?

Thanks!


Karena From what I remember it was well-written. Give it a skim!


message 36: by Deni (new) - rated it 5 stars

Deni Hankin A very interesting concept. Whether it is true or not is irrelevant as it gives us a different way of looking at life and death.
Having had a near-death experience myself, I could relate to a lot of what was written in this book.
If you have read this, another good book to get you thinking is:
Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives
by Michael Newton
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1...

And in a slightly different vein:
Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah
by Richard Bach
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2...


message 37: by Narendrāditya Nalwa (last edited Dec 30, 2016 05:27AM) (new) - rated it 4 stars

Narendrāditya Nalwa Westerners who are looking for more material on reincarnation: Welcome to our Upanishads. Some of them are a bit dense, but plenty of interesting English interpretations are available all over the internet. A better way would be to start with books on Swami Vivekananda. He makes pretty clear observations in his lectures and speeches. An introduction to Vedanta is best achieved through him. Any questions are welcome. Happy to help. :)


Suzan G Karena wrote: "From what I remember it was well-written. Give it a skim!"

2of my favorite books. Great suggestions
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Praseetha 902 wrote: "Westerners who are looking for more material on reincarnation: Welcome to our Upanishads. Some of them are a bit dense, but plenty of interesting English interpretations are available all over the ..."

Well Said . I would suggest Swami Chinmayananda books too. Start with Kindle Life , Self unfoldment .. later a must read "Discourses on Kenopanisad"


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