Compelling and provocative, Through Time Into Healing shows us how to help ourselves lead healthy, productive lives, secure in the knowledge that death is. Read "Through Time Into Healing Discovering the Power of Regression Therapy to Erase Trauma and Transform Mind, Body, and. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. For many years, psychiatrist Weiss ( Many Lives, site Store; ›; site eBooks; ›; Religion & Spirituality.

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The book that sheds new light on reincarnation and the extraordinary healing potential of past life and hypnotic regression therapy, from the bestselling author of. Through Time Into Healing by Brian L. Weiss - The book that sheds new light on reincarnation and the extraordinary healing potential of past life and hypnotic. Read [PDF] Through Time Into Healing By Brian L. Weiss Full Ebooks. Download_pdf: The book that sheds new light on.

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Finally, Catherine consented to try hypnosis, a form of focused concentration, to remember back to her childhood and attempt to find the repressed or forgotten traumas that I felt must be causing her current symptoms.

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Catherine was able to enter a deep hypnotic trance state, and she began to remember events that she consciously had been unable to recall.

She remembered being pushed from a diving board and choking while in the water.

She also recalled being frightened by the gas mask placed on her face in a dentist's office, and, worst of all, she remembered being fondled by her alcoholic father when she was three years old, his huge hand held over her mouth to keep her quiet. I was certain that now we had the answers. I was equally certain that now she would get better. But her symptoms remained severe.

I was very surprised. I had expected more of a response. As I pondered this stalemate, I concluded that there must be more traumas still buried in her subconscious. If her father had fondled her when she was three, perhaps he had done this at an even earlier age. We would try again.

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The next week I once again hypnotized Catherine to a deep level. But this time, I inadvertently gave her an open-ended, nondirective instruction. I had expected Catherine to return once again to her early childhood. Instead, she flipped back about four thousand years into an ancient near-Eastern lifetime, one in which she had a different face and body, different hair, a different name.

She remembered details of topography, clothes, and everyday items from that time. She recalled events in that lifetime until ultimately she drowned in a flood or tidal wave, as her baby was torn from her arms by the force of the water.

As Catherine died, she floated above her body, replicating the near death experience work of Dr. Raymond Moody, Dr. Kenneth Ring, and others, work we will discuss in detail later in this book. Yet, she had never heard of these people or their work. During this hypnosis session, Catherine remembered two other lifetimes. In one, she was a Spanish prostitute in the eighteenth century, and in another, a Greek woman who had lived a few hundred years after the near-Eastern lifetime.

I was shocked and skeptical. I had hypnotized hundreds of patients over the years, but this had never happened before. I had come to know Catherine well over the course of more than a year of intensive psychotherapy.

I knew that she was not psychotic, did not hallucinate, did not have multiple personalities, was not particularly suggestible, and did not abuse drugs or alcohol.

I concluded that her "memories" must have consisted of fantasy or dreamlike material. But something very unusual happened. Catherine's symptoms began to improve dramatically, and I knew that fantasy or dreamlike material would not lead to such a fast and complete clinical cure.

Week by week, this patient's formerly intractable symptoms disappeared as under hypnosis she remembered more past lives. Within a few months she was totally cured, without the use of any medicines.

My considerable skepticism was gradually eroding. During the fourth or fifth hypnosis session something even stranger transpired. After reliving a death in an ancient lifetime, Catherine floated above her body and was drawn to the familiar spiritual light she always encountered in the in-between-lifetimes state.

And then she completely changed the rest of my life: "Your father is here, and your son, who is a small child. Your father says you will know him because his name is Avrom, and your daughter is named after him. Also, his death was due to his heart. Your son's heart was also important, for it was backward, like a chicken's. He made a great sacrifice for you out of his love. His soul is very advanced Also he wanted to show you that medicine could only go so far, that its scope is very limited.

The room felt icy cold. Catherine knew very little about my personal life. On my desk I had a baby picture of my daughter, grinning happily with her two bottom baby teeth in an otherwise empty mouth. My son's picture was next to it. Otherwise Catherine knew virtually nothing about my family or my personal history.

I had been well schooled in traditional psychotherapeutic techniques. The therapist was supposed to be a tabula rasa, a blank tablet upon which the patient could project her own feelings, thoughts, and attitudes.

These then could be analyzed by the therapist, enlarging the arena of the patient's mind. I had kept this therapeutic distance with Catherine. She knew me only as a psychiatrist, knew nothing of my past or of my private life.

I had never even displayed my diplomas in the office. The greatest tragedy in my life had been the unexpected death of our firstborn son, Adam, who was only twenty-three days old when he died early in About ten days after we had brought him home from the hospital, he had developed respiratory problems and projectile vomiting.

The diagnosis was extremely difficult to make. It was as if his heart were turned around, backward. Extremely, extremely rare. Heroic open-heart surgery could not save Adam, who died several days later. We mourned for months, our hopes and dreams dashed.

Our son, Jordan, was born a year later, a grateful balm for our wounds. At the time of Adam's death, I had been wavering about my earlier choice of psychiatry as a career.

I was enjoying my internship in internal medicine, and l had been offered a residency position in medicine. After Adam's death, I firmly decided that I would make psychiatry my profession. I was angry that modern medicine, with all of its advanced skills and technology, could not save my son, this simple, tiny baby. My father had been in excellent health until he experienced a massive heart attack early in , at the age of sixty-one.

He survived the initial attack, but his heart wall had been irretrievably damaged, and he died three days later.

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This was about nine months before Catherine's first appointment. My father had been a religious man, more ritualistic than spiritual. His Hebrew name, Avrom, suited him better than the English, Alvin.

Four months after his death, our daughter, Amy, was born, and she was named after him. Here in in my quiet, darkened office, a deafening cascade of hidden, secret truths was pouring upon me.After my experience with Catherine, my perspective on psychotherapy began to change radically.

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My father's Hebrew name, that I had a son who died in infancy from a one-in-ten million heart defect, my brooding about medicine, my father's death, and my daughter's naming -- it was too much, too specific, too true.

And then she completely changed the rest of my life: "Your father is here, and your son, who is a small child. Heroic open-heart surgery could not save Adam, who died several days later. You need to know something about me before we begin the work of healing. Perhaps even more important than the curing of specific physical and emotional symptoms is the knowledge that we do not die when our bodies do.

About The Book The book that sheds new light on reincarnation and the extraordinary healing potential of past life and hypnotic regression therapy, from the bestselling author of Many Lives, Many Masters. Sep 20, Jonathan Hockey rated it did not like it I gave this book a few tries, but I just cannot give any literal credence to the idea of past life regression, previous lives, reincarnation and all of that.

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