From the bestselling author of Many Lives, Many Masters comes the first book to show readers how to actually use past-life therapy to heal specific problems. Weiss offers an alternative to conventional therapy, describing how regression therapy can be used to heal everything from depression and back pain to eating disorders and even marital ...
From the bestselling author of Many Lives, Many Masters comes the first book to show readers how to actually use past-life therapy to heal specific problems. Weiss offers an alternative to conventional therapy, describing how regression therapy can be used to heal everything from depression and back pain to eating disorders and even marital problems.
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Publishers Weekly, 1993-09-27 . Regression therapy as a means to relieve physical and emotional distress. QPB alternate. (Sept.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
Publishers Weekly, 1992-06-08 For many years, psychiatrist Weiss ( Many Lives, Many Masters ) used hypnotic regression as a treatment, but not until one patient apparently regressed to a previous life did he consider that the key to a host of his patients' current psychological problems might lie in the lives they conceivably had lived hundreds, even thousands, of years earlier. Using case histories of patients whose troubles with physical illness, relationships, obesity, substance abuse and grief had eluded traditional treatments, Weiss makes a convincing argument for the notion that they had lived ``past lives'' and for past life therapy. The book provides mind-expanding exercises and the techniques used in past-life regression. An appendix gives readers a script and instructions for making their own regression tape. While some readers are sure to remain skeptical, the case histories are riveting narratives. (Aug.)
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