Books about Reincarnation

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Where Reincarnation and Biology Intersect
by Ian Stevenson

Children who claim to remember a previous life have been found in many parts of the world, particularly in the Buddhist and Hindu countries of South Asia, among the Shiite peoples of Lebanon and Turkey, the tribes of West Africa, and the American northwest. Stevenson has collected over 2600 reported cases of past-life memories of which 65 detailed reports have been published. Specific information from the children's memories has been collected and matched with the data of their claimed former identity, family, residence and manner of death. Birthmarks or other physiological manifestations have been found to relate to experiences of the remembered past life, particularly violent death. Writing as a specialist in psychiatry and as a world-renowned scientific investigator of reported paranormal events, Stevenson asks us to suspend our Western tendencies to disbelieve in "reincarnation" and consider the reality of the burgeoning record of cases now available. This book summarizes Stevenson's findings which are presented in full in the multi-volume work entitled "Reincarnation and Biology: A Contribution to the Aetiology of Birthmarks and Birth Defects"

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Many Lives Many Masters
by Brian Weiss

A few years ago, psychiatrist Brian Weiss was approached for treatment by Catherine, a 27-year-old suffering from anxiety, depression, panic attacks and phobias. What happened in the course of their sessions together was dramatically to change both of their lives. This book tells the extraordinary story of Catherine's successful treatment and how her case was to make a vital contribution to Dr Weiss's work. As a traditional psychiatrist, Dr Weiss was astonished and sceptical when Catherine, under hypnosis, began recalling past-life traumas that seemed to hold the key to her recurring nightmares and anxiety attacks. His scepticism was eroded, however, when she began to channel messages from the space between lives' from "the masters". These messages contained revelations about Dr Weiss's family and his dead son. Moving and inspiring, this book should be of benefit to psychiatrists, therapists and all those interested in past-life therapy.

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