Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Seven Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Seven Summary and Analysis

Weiss again hammers in how very fast Catherine is improving and wonders how much longer these sessions will continue. She still fears enclosed places and her affair with Stuart continues. Traditional therapy has not been used in months because there was no need.

He considers Catherine cured. Most conventional study considers that irrational anxieties stem from chemical deficiencies. He ponders how psychotherapists treat Catherine's kind of symptoms with tranquillizers and antidepressants in addition to years of individual and or group therapy. He has cut to the root of Catherine's problems in a short period.

He regresses Catherine and she finds herself in a domed building. "The ceiling is blue and gold. There are other people with me." She describes them wearing dirty robes. She says that the people she is with have to stay away from their village. She...

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