Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Sixteen Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Sixteen Summary and Analysis

Now, four years after her recovery, Catherine still drops into his office. She has had no need for hypnotic regressions. She is happy and content in ways she never thought possible. Her life as well as Weiss' are changed for the better.

Weiss describes drastic changes in his own life. He considers himself intuitive. He knows very much about patients, colleagues, and friends even before they provide details. He is more concerned with human needs than with gaining notoriety. The messages and experience of the Masters are part of his life. He now meditates regularly. He is more patient, empathetic, and loving, and realizes that "what goes around truly does come around." Hs wife Carole's personality has been affected similarly. She now focuses on support groups and assist patients dying AIDS.

He still writes scientific papers, and runs the...

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