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Many Lives, Many Masters By Dr. Brian Weiss

Brian Weiss
Many Lives, Many Masters By Dr. Brian Weiss

Book: Many Lives, Many Masters

Author: Dr. Brian Weiss

Publication: Piatkus

Pages: 219

Price: Rs. 375

Plot: Catherine a young woman, suffering from recurring nightmares and chronic anxiety attacks went to Psychiatrist Dr. Brian Weiss on the suggestion of one of her friend. She went through a long treatment but all of the Dr. Brian Weiss’s traditional methods of treatment failed to cure her. So Dr. Brian turned to hypnosis and he got astounded and incredulous when Catherine began to recall not only her childhood events but also events from her past life which seemed to be the root cause of her problems.

She was getting better by every session. But Dr. Brian’s astonishment went to another level when Catherine began to give him messages from the ‘space between life and death’, the messages from Masters, the highly evolved spirits. Dr. Brian Weiss would not have considered it true, but Catherine gave many pieces of evidence of all this being true. She became a channel between the masters and Dr. Brian Weiss. Through these messages, Dr. Brian Weiss got to know about many secrets of life and death.

Before you guys think that all this is a storyline of a novel, then let me tell you, Dr. Brian Weiss, a well-known Psychologist has written his own experiences in this book. The messages he got from Masters were of deep knowledge and he took charge to spread this knowledge through his book. This experience not only changed Catherine’s life but Dr. Brian Weiss’s too. The experience provided them with the information on the mysteries of the mind, the continuation of life after death and the influence of our past life experience on our behavior.

My Views: I loved this book. The book turned out to be totally unexpected and full of surprises. I enjoyed every page of this book. Nowhere had I found it boring, monotonous or fabricated. I could feel the stir every time I read the messages by Masters. I have read about the Bhagwad Gita, Vedas, and Upanishads, and I could relate some parts of these to the information given by the Masters in the book.

The book helps to understand the nature of life and death. Believing in our intuitions, being receptive to new knowledge and experiences, this book is definitely one of the game changers. If read with an open mind, this book can prove to be a starting point for our mind to the deep knowledge about the life. Here I present a short excerpt from the book, so that you may get an idea about the messages given in the book.

“The answer came from the poet Master. “Patience and timing….. everything comes when it must come. A life cannot be rushed, cannot be worked on a schedule as so many people want it to be. We must accept what comes to us at a given time, and not ask for more. But life is endless, so we never die; we were never really born. We just pass through different phases. There is no end. Humans have many dimensions. But time is not as we see time, but rather in lessons that are learned.”

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, written in the very simple language, yet giving us the complex details, so easy to understand, yet so difficult to adapt. The book is one of its kind. It’s not just a book, it is learning, and this learning came through one of my friends Yukti Vig, who gifted me this book. I am grateful for her as she showed me the path to this beautiful, meaningful and a great learning.

Yukti also owns a blog, she is a poet and her compositions are truly inspirational and captivating. Check out her blog here, follow her if you liked her writings, and yes read this book.

 Recommendations: If you are interested in Psychology and Spirituality then this book is a must read for you.

Ratings: 4.5/5

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Komal Bagri
A traveler and a bookworm at heart, Komal Bagri has explored many destinations across India. But that never seems to be enough and she’s always ready to hit the road again. Her obsession for travel is combined with a love for books. She is currently working as a Content Developer at an eminent press.