Body - Mind - Heart - Spirit
n Brian Weiss's previous bestseller, Many Lives, Many Masters, nearly one and a half million readers met Catherine. She was the young patient who, in a hypnotized trance state, recalled detailed memories of several past lifetimes, demonstrated an astonishing ability to transmit transcendental messages, and turned the life of a respected psychiatrist upside down.
Now Dr. Weiss takes his research one breathtaking step further. He portrays two strangers unaware that they have been lovers throughout the long centuries, until they are brought together again. He shows how each and every one of us has a soulmate whom we have loved in past incarnations and who waits to reunite with us now. And he opens up entirely new worlds for all of us everywhere, based on a single, powerful truth....
Only Love Is Real
Elizabeth was a beautiful woman who began past-life regression therapy for grief and relationship problems. With the help of Dr. Weiss, she delved into former lives, began to understand her present, and surprisingly, like Catherine in Many Lives, Many Masters, made contact with the Masters: highly evolved, ancient souls who, through her, channeled profound, crystalline messages for all people about life after death, spiritual dimensions, and the purpose of our lives on earth.
At the same time, Dr. Weiss was treating Pedro, a charming man also suffering from grief. He, too, underwent past-life regression therapy to seek solutions and healing.
Dr. Weiss had often worked with couples or families who discovered that they had known each other in previous lifetimes, with often shocking consequences. Elizabeth and Pedro, however, were present-day strangers. Yet they seemed to be describing the same past lifetimes with a stunning similarity of detail and emotion.
Could they have loved each other and lost each other across time?
In the answer to that question lay a gripping drama of which none of them--neither psychiatrist nor his patients--was yet aware, a drama that would nevertheless begin to unfold in the unsuspecting serenity of the doctor's office.
It is a drama of life after life, of destiny and hope. It is a story that happens silently every day.
This time, the world is listening.