Only Love is Real: A Story of Soulmates Reunited

Only Love is Real: A Story of Soulmates Reunited

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by Brian L. Weiss, M. D. Weiss
     
 

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HAVE YOU LOVED — AND LOST — SOMEONE ACROSS TIME?

In Brian Weiss's bestseller Many Lives, Many Masters, nearly one and a half million readers met Catherine. In a hypnotic trance, Dr. Weiss's young patient summoned memories of many past lifetimes, demonstrated an astonishing ability to transmit transcendental messages, and turned the life of a respectable

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HAVE YOU LOVED — AND LOST — SOMEONE ACROSS TIME?

In Brian Weiss's bestseller Many Lives, Many Masters, nearly one and a half million readers met Catherine. In a hypnotic trance, Dr. Weiss's young patient summoned memories of many past lifetimes, demonstrated an astonishing ability to transmit transcendental messages, and turned the life of a respectable psychiatrist upside down.

CAN YOU FIND YOUR SOULMATE AGAIN?

Now Dr. Weiss takes his research one breathtaking step further. He portrays two strangers, Elizabeth and Pedro, who are unaware that they have been lovers throughout the long centuries — until fate brings them together again. He shows how each and every one of us has a soulmate whom we have loved in past incarnations and who waits to reunite with us now. And he opens up entirely new worlds for all of us everywhere, based on a single, powerful truth...

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Ilene Cooper
Weiss is the psychiatrist whose best-seller, "Many Lives, Many Masters" (1988), chronicled the life (and past lives) of one of his patients. Since his breakthrough with Catherine, the hypnotized patient who was able to transmit messages from the beyond as well as recall former lifetimes, Weiss has continued his past-life therapies. Here he threads bits and pieces of what he has learned into the story of Elizabeth and Pedro, two patients who, unbeknownst to Weiss, have lost each other across lifetimes and now have another chance to reconnect. Although the stories of Elizabeth and Pedro form the book's centerpiece, they will probably be the least interesting, at least to the New Age audience, who has heard it all before. Weiss is better when he's explaining the philosophy that incorporates past lives into a therapeutic setting. This isn't the best book on the subject, but "Many Lives, Many Masters" sold more than a million copies, and Weiss' name, as well as an extensive marketing campaign, is likely to generate demand.

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ISBN-13:
9780446519458
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Publication date:
09/28/2004
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
744,718
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.56(d)

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