Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Six Summary and Analysis

Catherine is serene and has privately forgiven her father. Weiss expresses amazement over the speed of Catherine's recovery.

She drops into an easy hypnotic trance and begins to detail another life. Her name is Aaron. She is in pain because a horse kicked her. She serves in a "big house" and apparently lives in a small house on the property where she milks cows. Her family is poor. She was brought to work there as a child. She tells Weiss that she lives out her sad and difficult life there, eventually dying in great pain. Weiss denotes how thus far none of past life her roles reach the social status of a Cleopatra or a Napoleon. Many who claim past incarnation boast of associations with the famous. Again she describes leaving her body and seeing a "wonderful light." She...

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