Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Fourteen Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Fourteen Summary and Analysis

Weiss explains that three weeks lapsed because of a brief illness he had and a vacation Catherine took. Catherine proclaims she is feeling better and thinks hypnosis has done its job. Weiss confesses to having extended the hypnotic regressions longer to fix "minor problems persisting in Catherine's present day life... But what if the Masters had more to tell me?" He wonders how communication can take place without Catherine. He feels sad but knows it is wrong to insist on more sessions.

After five months, Catherine scheduled an appointment with him because she has a recurring nightmare involving snakes. She and others are in the pit. She tends to awaken just as she is trying to dig her hands into walls of the pit.

In spite of the hiatus from hypnosis, she falls easily into a deep state. She...

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