Same Soul, Many Bodies

Same Soul, Many Bodies

Discover the Healing Power of Future Lives Through Progression Therapy

Book - 2004
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The bestselling author of Many Lives, Many Masters breaks new ground to reveal how progression therapy into future lives can help transform us in the present.

How often have you wished you could peer into the future? In Same Soul, Many Bodies, Brian L. Weiss, M.D., shows us how. Through envisioning our lives to come, we can influence their outcome and use this process to bring more joy and healing to our present lives. Dr. Weiss pioneered regression therapy -- guiding people through their past lives. Here, he goes beyond that to demonstrate the therapeutic benefits of progression therapy -- guiding people through the future in a scientific, responsible, healing way.

Through dozens of case histories detailing both past-life and future-life experiences, Dr. Weiss shows how the choices that we make now will determine our future quality of life. From Samantha, who overcame academic failure once she learned of her future as a great physician, to Evelyn, whose fears and prejudices ended after she envisioned prior and forthcoming lives as a hate victim, Dr. Weiss gives concrete examples of lives transformed by regression and progression therapy.

A groundbreaking work, Same Soul, Many Bodies is sure to deeply affect peoples' lives as they strive toward their future.
Publisher: New York : Free Press, c2004.
ISBN: 9780743264341
Characteristics: 226 p. ;,23 cm.


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Feb 21, 2018

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Feb 17, 2018

This book was suggested and recommended to me, as they thought I might be interested. I was glad that I did read it.
This is not the first time I had heard of visual healing or healing visualization, or the powers of long-distance healing, by an individual or by a group effort.
It goes on to state that "the ability to empathize with past and future versions of themselves liberated...from the tyranny of their present-day fears...empathy is the key to forgiveness. When we feel a deep emotional identification with younger versions, even past-life manifestations of ourselves, we can appreciate the circumstances that led to out present symptoms and negative judgements. When we understand our negative impulses and can see where they originated in ourselves, we can let go of them. When we do, self-esteem increases, and we are able to see ourselves more favourably.
Equally, empathy is the key to understanding and forgiving others. To hate them is to hate ourselves; to love them is to love ourselves. The only sane course is to let go of hate.
Empathy heals the individual at the same time that it heals the world. It is the sister of compassion and the child of unconditional love."
It goes on to include..."empathy and compassion are often used synonymously, but they are really tow different elements in the human psyche...You can feel compassion for someone or even an insect or animal even if you don't recognize the other's feelings in yourself."
"By loving another, are you not loving yourself?..Compassion and empahty aren't learned overnight; life's lessons are not simple. Another factor must come into play as we ascend toward immortality: patience."
This interesting book goes on to show of patients "remembering" past lives and even "visualizing," future lives, [showing] "how the choices that we make now will determine our future quality of life."
A thought provoking book of ideas and examples that there maybe something to the saying of being condemned to repeat the mistakes of your life, if not learned in this life, then perhaps in the next.

Sep 03, 2013

The best book ever! Everyone should read this and maybe if they did the world would change for the better.

chenlixu Nov 13, 2012

A good book for people who have open mind, be able to listen to different perspectives. I find the 2nd Chapter is very interesting. If you can't read the entire book, at less read the first 2 chapters from the book.

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