Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Eleven Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Eleven Summary and Analysis

Weiss opens this chapter alleging that he and Catherine are both becoming psychic. At 3:36 a.m., Weiss is jolted awake by an enlarged image of Catherine's alarmed face. Catherine reports waking at around 3:30 from a nightmare. She reports meditating and visualizes Weiss hypnotizing her in his office and she fell back asleep.

At the next regression, Catherine indicates confusion. This past life description is choppy. There is an explosion of some sort. She fears going near a nuclear bomb or volcano. She does not detail or finish the scene and leaves it. She falls into another lifetime and sees a lady wearing a necklace. Catherine, thirteen years old, is her servant. Her family is poor and they live close by. She says she is treated well. Weiss probes for pertinent events, but she also leaves that life without noting...

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