Life Between Life

Life Between Life

by Joel Whitten, Joe Fisher
     
 
What happens during the space between lives? Dr. Whitton and Joe Fisher explore the often elusive periods between incarnations, basing their work upon 13 years of research and more than 30 medical case histories and drawing upon the revolutionary technique of hypnotic regression.

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What happens during the space between lives? Dr. Whitton and Joe Fisher explore the often elusive periods between incarnations, basing their work upon 13 years of research and more than 30 medical case histories and drawing upon the revolutionary technique of hypnotic regression.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Although evidence for reincarnation is largely circumstantial, the authors defend that theory with the results of 13 years of Whitton's research involving 30 subjects interviewed under hypnosis. Whitton, a psychotherapist and clinical hypnotist, and reporter Fisher ( The Case for Reincarnation conclude from reports of subjects emerging from deep trancessix of whose dramatic cases are cited herethat after death the soul returns to the same timeless, spaceless condition that it left to be born, a state in which it remains until called upon to fulfill its spiritual evolution, or karma, by returning to earth. Reliving former, often traumatic lives, the authors claim, provides subjects with beneficial insights into present problems. For those who wish to attempt self-exploration of the past, visualization techniques, intended to evoke memories of earlier lives, are provided. (October 3)
Library Journal - Library Journal
Here described is Toronto psychiatrist Whitton's research regarding the Bardo, the state between incarnations. Whitton found that if he used hypnosis to regress patients to past lives and especially to the Bardo, in which the soul is said to choose the circumstances of its next life to work out certain personal problems, outstanding results occurred. When patients realize that they have chosen their present circumstances, their symptoms abate or disappear, replaced by a healthier attitude. This may be a new game people are playing, but as a therapeutic technique, it works for Whitton. Apparently no one else has yet tried to repeat his results. An absorbing account of one man's dedicated search that makes one wonder. Rhea A. White, East Meadow P.L., N.Y.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780446347624
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Publication date:
01/01/1988
Edition description:
REISSUE
Pages:
237
Product dimensions:
4.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.67(d)

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