Review of Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian L Weiss

Sub heading: The True Story of a Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and Past-Life Therapy
Narrated by: Brian L. Weiss M.D.
Length: 1 hr and 28 mins
Release date: 01-07-05

What the book is about

It’s essentially about past life regression and a psychiatrist that has a patient who is a troubled one, after deciding that hypnosis is a good tactic, the lady starts revealing information about past lives in her regressions and talks about the place in which there is nothing, the true nature of the conscious world, the goal of finding wisdom in this realm and to move up pillar or knowledge and understanding of the world/ universe.


I can’t quite remember who recommended this book but whoever it was said it was a look into consciousness & beyond.

Even though this wouldn’t be a book I’d normally get, it was still interesting and provides an account that is compelling and thought provoking.
This is also a topic that my ex-father in law was interested in, and so it was interesting to hear more from the psychiatrists point of view, which was similar to his job.

If you’re a bit of a philosopher, and have a bit of an imagination as to what are the potentials for consciousness and life… or have perhaps taken a few psychedelics and discovered a bit of this by yourself, then you would find this book insightful.  Or have had people that have told you about past life regression, and you thought…. ‘Yeah… that doesn’t sound right…. I think I’ll look that up by myself to see the credibility of that’… well this is a book for you too.

It’s a simple look at 1 patient & 1 psychiatrist, and at the end of the day whether it be fact or fiction, it is still interesting. I’m happy for whoever it was that recommended it to me, and being quite short I never felt like I was wasting my time.