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Many Lives Many Masters is a book about a psychologist Brian L Weiss who by helping his patient he helps himself as well Through Catherine he learned that his conventional approach through the scientific method and medication was not the proper way to heal his patients Catherine comes in with anxiety panic attacks and phobias and wants a way out of it all Dr Weiss approaches the situation in a scientific manner as he does with all of his patients he doesnt get very far until he decided to use hypnosis He would have liked to use medication but her fear of swallowing pills prevented that During hypnosis she begins to remember her childhood but not this childhood her past life At first Dr Weiss is very skeptical I mean there is no scientific explanation for this but he decides to continue In her past lives he begins to discover why she has so many of the fears and phobias that she has As well during hypnosis she begins to identify others in her life now as some from her past lives During one of these hypnosis after her death a different voice begins to speak This voice knows things about Dr Weiss past that no one else would and could know because he never shared the details with Catherine about his personal life This Masters begins to tell him about his meaning in life a message One that through his religious beliefs as well as through his scientific methods he could not understand The Masters spoke of many plains that were reached throughout your past lives You could only reach these plains if you solved the problem you had in your life For example if you leave a life and never learn to trust in your next life you must learn to trust If this is achieved you would be able to reach to the next plain and receive more knowledge He began
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