Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past-Life Memories

Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past-Life Memories

by Brian L. Weiss, Amy E. Weiss
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Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past-Life Memories 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Nina_Manny_CHT More than 1 year ago
I was originally introduced to Past Life Regression Therapy by reading Dr. Brian Weiss' first book "Many Lives, Many Masters." Some time later through the course of my education I had the opportunity to learn directly from Dr. Weiss his techniques and method to this powerfully healing modality. I went on to open my own practice as a Past Life Regression Therapist and for years have seen first hand the miraculous transformational effect that not only PLRT but more specifically Dr. Weiss' approach and techniques have had on my clients. I studied under several other "leaders" in this field and other areas of consciousness exploration and have experienced time and time again using Weiss' non-suggestive approach to allowing the client to connect with what is coming through for them in the most organic way possible to be the most effective and awe inspiring. Using as little "suggestion" as possible allows for the connection and healing to be what it NEEDS to be, in spite of what we sometimes THINK it should be. Experiencing the remembrance of a past life for many provides confirmation of our eternal existence absolving fear, phobias even grief. Actualizing Dr Weiss' techniques in my practice I see clients also release unwanted medical conditions, directly receive Divine spiritual guidance, reconnect and communicate with loved ones who have crossed over, and most importantly reconnecting to their own inner guidance improving intuitive ability and confidence. I am honored to have contributed to "Miracles Happen" and am excited to see such a diverse compilation exemplifying not just the depth of PLRT healing potential, but the breadth as well. The accounts are honest, compelling, and the commentary made by Dr. Weiss himself contributes an even deeper understanding of the miracles being shared.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The stories are amazing, Brian Weiss is amazing
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Past Life Regression Therapy is a very interesting field. Dr. Brian Weiss is a very good author. I was enthralled by the stories. A great book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was awesome. Very thought provoking. Highly recommended.
ruthey12 More than 1 year ago
I was delighted to read such an interesting book. Couldn't put it down! A must-read for all Brian L Weiss fans!
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DoNoHarm More than 1 year ago
On page 108 and can not put it down! Lots of highlights and plenty to re-read and take-in again. Already it is helping me shift my thought processes. Most grateful, as I am again being challenged by a recurring issue. This time I can apply new perspectives and hopeful, shift the situation from my side -- keeping it clean -- on my side. The perfect book at the right time!
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I usually like this kind of book but I really didn't enjoy it that much. I found it monotonous as it was just a serious of journeys ( not sure of the accuracy) of individuals that had past life memories or flash backs. After the first dozen it was boring. there was not element of learning in it for me that I haven't already heard many times before in other books.
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