Brian L. Weiss, M.D. Featured Author

 
Mirrors of Time: Experience Your Past Lives
Brian Weiss - On Demand
by Brian L. Weiss, M.D.

Date: 2/25/10 - 12/31/20 Sponsored by: Hay House Format: On Demand Downloads Location: Internet, Hay House Radio

HayHouse.com: $20.00

Mirrors of Time: Experience Your Past Lives

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Event Description

Do you wonder about your past-life experiences and how they impact your life today? Would you like to break free of emotional and physical difficulties and experience more peace, joy, and love?

Join internationally acclaimed past-life expert Dr. Brian Weiss to explore the power of past-life regression in this experiential and fascinating On Demand Lecture. Brian astonished the world of psychiatry with the theories of past-life regression therapy detailed in his best-selling book Many Lives, Many Masters. He has been at the forefront of research into the power of regression and meditative therapy for several decades and has led highly popular workshops around the world.

Now in this two-hour On Demand Lecture, Brian introduces you to this unique way of healing and explores the latest in hypnotic therapy. You’ll learn all the benefits of going back through time to remember past events that may have led to the symptom or difficulties you’re experiencing today. Brian also leads you through his cutting-edge exercises and takes you through a powerful live regression. And he takes some time to answer your questions about regression, past-lives, your experience with the exercises, and more.

Whether you’re trying to overcome fears or phobias, difficulties with your relationships, or just want to enhance your physical and emotional health, you’ll find that virtually all areas of your life will benefit from regression therapy. Don’t miss this opportunity to join Brian for this fascinating and hands-on On Demand Lecture.

CAUTION: This On Demand Lecture features meditation/visualization exercises that render it inappropriate for use while driving or operating heavy machinery. It is imperative that you not engage in these activities while listening to this lecture.