Hafna Hajjiet, Hafna Mghallmin
Publish date: October 15th 2011
Publisher: FARAXA Publishing
Pages no: 232
Edition language: Maltese
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Two ways exist for me to analyze and review Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and the Past-Life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives by Brian L. Weiss, MD. The book is about a belief in reincarnation and the ability to learn from past lives. Wh...
One of the many reasons I don't trust philosophers, they could believe in all kinds of stupid as fuck bullshit and get away with it, as it is part of human thinking exercise. That's what philosophy is, opinions and thinking exercise. It put human in the center and ignore the fact that human is just ...
I just remembered reading this book. I wish I could remember more of what I thought about it, besides the fact that it was interesting. Note from now: Maybe I should go back and reread this. I remember really finding it enjoyable and the concept amazing. Originally published on GR in July 2010
Interesting Book. I've always been a believer in incarnation so this is one of the most thought provoking books I have read.Is it true? I'd like to think so, but who knows...I recommend it as a feel-good page turner for those who are open-minded.
Interesting account of a psyacrists look into a woman's problems finding that they relate to her past lives. On some levels it's interesting and on others if you've read anything in this area it adds absolutely nothing extra. Full of messages from the "masters" telling you to live your life to the...