Regressions to Times and Places - Dr. Brian Weiss.
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The MEDITATION REGRESSION Series . . . helps you discover and learn meditation and regression techniques. The meditations utilize powerful imagery to promote physical, mental, and spiritual healing and renewal; profound relaxation; and deeper self-understanding.
The regressions provide different techniques for retrieval of memories from this lifetime and prior lifetimes, as well as methods to access spiritual states and inner wisdom. (The other two products in this series are: SPIRITUAL PROGRESS THROUGH REGRESSION and REGRESSION THROUGH THE MIRRORS OF TIME.)
REGRESSION TO TIMES AND PLACES uses several visualizations to access the mind-body connection for healing; for releasing negative thoughts, feelings, and emotions; and for replacing them with positive energy, peace, wisdom, love, and joy. Dr. Brian L. Weiss uses a technique of recounting different historical time periods and suggesting the visualization of geographical places to trigger past-life memories.
Brian L. Weiss, M.D., is a psychiatrist who lives and practices in Miami, Florida. He’s a graduate of Columbia University and Yale Medical School, and is the former Chairman of Psychiatry at the Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami. Dr. Weiss is the author of Many Lives, Many Masters; Only Love Is Real; Messages from the Masters; Through Time into Healing; Mirrors of Time; and Meditation.
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