Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Eight Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Eight Summary and Analysis

Weiss goes on a three-week vacation and takes the opportunity to think about his sessions with Catherine. He reiterates his vast experience treating thousands of patients, directing in and out patient units at four major medical schools and years spent in psychiatric emergency rooms amongst other settings. He points out again how Catherine has no psychotic condition and how the material she relays under hypnosis is unlike her personal style and capability when awake.

He brings up Carl Jung's concept of the collective unconscious and cultural symbolism. However, he considers Catherine's descriptions specific and not centered around common symbols, and how what she reports cannot be found in any book. As to the messages from the Masters being spoken through Catherine, they do not logically originate from her. He concludes this is real and true, and he feels it...

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