Do you ever get the feeling that you don't quite belong to the present, or that you've lived before?
Reincarnation - the belief that we are all reborn many times - lies at the heart of many of the oldest religions, philosophies, and faiths. It is being recognized by more and more people today as the truth behind who we really are.
If you want evidence of reincarnation, you'll find it within these pages. Read about the children who identified long-dead family members from photographs they had never seen before, the sisters who could remember how they died, and the man who was a Confederate colonel in the American Civil War and still has the scars to prove it.
This book also includes:
- A self-regression exercise to help you find out who you once were
- Instructions to identify the physical symptoms of past-life trauma
- Out of body experiences, near death experiences, and how to heal the past
- Exclusive interviews with Carol Bowman, one of America's foremost past-life regression therapists, and celebrity regression specialist Lee Everett, who reveals some of the past lives of Elton John and Brian May
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About the Author
Paul Roland is the author of more than twenty books including recently Investigating the Unexplained, Crime Scenes, In the Minds of Murderers, The Complete Book of Ghosts, The Crimes of Jack the Ripper, The Nazis and the Occult, and Hauntings. He is currently researching a history of the Third Reich. Paul has been a freelance feature writer and reviewer for many UK publications for over twenty-five years and a regular contributor to The Mail on Sunday, Kerrang and Total Film.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I didnt as yet buy this book. I just want to disagree with a tv shows that were said to be fiction. One show, "Medium" is not a fictionist program. It is about a women who is a real person, an did help to capture criminals. So if you are right about believing in the afterlife, you must believe in people who are in tune with our spirits after death. Please, do your research.