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Many lives, Many Masters – DR. Brian Weiss

Slightly different from the books I normally read.. the book ‘Many Lives, many Masters’ gets you thinking about life and purpose. The multi coloured book cover and the name of the
woman in the book caught my attention to read this book.

A graduate of Columbia University and Yale Medical School, Brian L. Weiss M.D. is Chairman Emeritus of Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami. Dr. Brian Weiss maintains a practice in Miami. Dr. Weiss is the author of several top selling books based on his experiences.


His first book’ Many Lives, Many Masters’ is his experience with one of his patient who recalls her past life trauma which are the cures to her depression and anxiety attacks.

Through her regression, she channels messages from the time between lives which contain remarkable message for him from a higher life forms regarding life and his own family,

Dr. Brian Weiss has written this book to share his new-found knowledge about immortality and the true meaning of life. Whether one believes in reincarnation or not, the book ‘Many Lives, Many Masters’ will get you thinking about inter-connectedness and our purpose on this plane of existence. All in all an interesting read.
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2 responses to “Many lives, Many Masters – DR. Brian Weiss

  1. Anonymous

    kindly if you write a little more in the book , it will be use ful for me to write my review please.

  2. I read this a long time ago, actually had a copy until I lent it to someone…I forget who. I enjoyed the book. Will look to see what other books you recommend.

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