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Many Lives, Many Masters

The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and the Past-Life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives

The book recounts the experiences of a psychiatrist who, while treating a young patient with traditional therapy, discovers that her symptoms are seemingly related to past-life traumas revealed during hypnosis. This discovery leads to a transformative journey for both the patient and the doctor as they explore the implications of reincarnation and the possibility of life after death.

Key points:

1. Past-Life Regression: Weiss uses hypnosis to help his patient, Catherine, overcome fears by exploring her past lives. He becomes a believer in reincarnation after witnessing her transformations.

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