Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Five Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Five Summary and Analysis

Catherine's past lives therapy works wonders but strikes Weiss as anticlimactic compared to the in-between lives state. However, she never enters that state directly. She recounts another life, passes on, and then the Masters speak. She reports that a "Robert Jared" needs his help. Weiss has no idea of who this is or how to help him. Although Catherine has no recollection of her in-between lives channeling, she agrees to allow Doctor Weiss's wife, Carole, to observe the sessions. Carole is a psychiatric social worker. Weiss needs an objective opinion as well as a witness to these happenings. Normally, he jots down what Catherine says. He begins to tape the sittings because the Masters speak faster than Catherine's slow whisper.

Before her next past life session, Catherine reports a dream about the fin of a fish embedded in her...

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