Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Twelve Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Twelve Summary and Analysis

Three and a half months of therapy have passed. Weiss describes Catherine as "radiant with a peaceful energy." He observes people in the hospital cafeteria joining her at breakfast. She ate alone for years in that cafeteria, he explains. She sinks into instant trance, and begins reporting a life in 1483. She is an old man who has lost a son in a war. She describes constant war and poverty. Weiss moves her forward to find out what she has learned from that life. She only reports "floating" without further amplification.

Weiss describes her as seeming to be listening to someone telling her what to say. She begins to talk about seven planes and that each plane has many levels. She calls one plane the plane of recollection, where you remember only the life that just passed. She explains that...

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