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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Catherine tell Dr. Weiss about our choices of when we are born and when we die?
2. The Master tells Dr. Weiss that we have a misunderstanding of what concept?
3. What age does Catherine believe she is, at this point, in this past life?
4. Prior to their first meeting, when the author first observes Catherine she is doing what?
5. During one session, another voice begins to talk. The source of the voice is said to be the _____________.
Short Essay Questions
1. When Dr. Weiss asks the Masters the best way he can use what they are telling him to help Catherine what do they say?
2. Describe Carl Jung's ideas that Dr. Weiss discusses.
3. What other actions does Dr. Weiss take to try to make sure he is being objective in his views of reincarnation?
4. How does Catherine describe her relationship with the Masters?
5. How does the poet Master describe human life?
6. What do the improvements he sees in Catherine cause Dr. Weiss to consider?
7. How does Catherine tell Dr. Weiss it is possible to move to higher planes in the spirit world?
8. During her first hypnotic session what is the significance of the appearance of Aronda ?
9. What is the significance of the fact that the Master says that Dr. Weiss's son's heart was like a chicken?
10. What observation does Dr. Weiss make about the lives that Catherine relives in relation to famous individuals?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Recount the events relating to the death of Dr. Weiss's father and son. Why are these events so important to the outcome of the book?
Essay Topic 2
Give the account of the dream when the house is on fire. How does Catherine's reaction to Dr. Weiss's suggestions about her father show that she is or is not dealing well with her relationship with her father.
Essay Topic 3
Death is a recurring theme through out the book. Compare and contrast the way the physical deaths and the spiritual death experiences are portrayed. Is there any significance to the way these two series of events are presented as it relates to the attitude Dr. Weiss develops about death during the course of the book.
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