Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Three Summary and Analysis

The very next week Catherine bounces into Weiss' office. He describes an already beautiful woman who now looks radiant. She reports that her fear of drowning is gone. Weiss does not explain when she went swimming to arrive at this conclusion. She also reports to be sleeping better.

Catherine's past life memories remain vivid but do not disturb her, although she does admit that reincarnation doesn't mesh with her Catholic upbringing. As he observes Catherine's improved psyche, Weiss begins to search for existing data on the topic. His old comparative religion textbook refers to reincarnation in both the Old and New Testaments. In A.D. 325, the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great removed references to reincarnation from the New Testament. The Second Council of Constantinople "confirmed this action and declared the concept of reincarnation as heresy."

Weiss sidelines us again...

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