Messages from the Masters goes beyond his previous bestsellers. It draws on Dr Weiss's fascinating case histories and the wisdom of his spirit guides to help you bring joy, balance and harmony into your life. You will learn how to use the amazing power of love to rid yourself of fear, worry, sadness, anger and other negative thoughts and ...
Messages from the Masters goes beyond his previous bestsellers. It draws on Dr Weiss's fascinating case histories and the wisdom of his spirit guides to help you bring joy, balance and harmony into your life. You will learn how to use the amazing power of love to rid yourself of fear, worry, sadness, anger and other negative thoughts and emotions, and bring love and healing into your life and into the lives of those around you. Both inspirational and down to earth, Messages from the Masters is a spiritual guidebook which will change how you think about the world for ever.
Publishers Weekly, 2000-03-20 According to Weiss, the earth is like a "chaotic one-room schoolhouse" in which evolving souls reincarnate to learn faith, charity, compassion and the transcendence of fear and anger. The author, a psychiatrist and expert in psychopharmacology, was moved to learn more about reincarnation after patients under hypnosis described detailed, verifiable memories of past-life experiences. Meditation and work with mediums then brought him in contact with "master spirits," who helped him develop a psychoanalytic method grounded in spirituality. The spirits' messages, which Weiss first presented in Many Lives, Many Masters, appear here in condensed form and elucidate themes such as karma, obstacles to happiness and joy, the reunion of soul mates and love's capacity to connect souls across all dimensions. The author employs case studies, some involving celebrities like singer Gloria Estefan and bestselling author and medium James Van Praagh, to explain past-life regressions, near-death experiences and communication with deceased loved ones. While Weiss's points about the paranormal are provocative, his book would have benefited from the addition of case studies clarifying how the integration of spirituality into psychotherapy enhances the healing process. And his contention that contemporary psychotherapies lack spiritual roots and are "in their death throes" will be widely challenged in psychiatric circles. Still, his work sheds light on a controversial topic worthy of serious attention. Agent, Joni Evans. (May) Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.
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