Many Lives, Many Masters Themes

Brian L. Weiss
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Teaching and Learning.

The idea that the soul returns to the physical state in order to learn lessons is carried throughout in various contexts. Supposedly, lessons learned in each life advances the soul. Life itself is the teacher. Advanced souls are said to return as part of humankind in order to teach and help slower learning souls to advance. It is proposed that some learn faster than others. Weiss himself plays the role of Catherine's teacher in her past lives and in a sense, in this one. Now, ironically, Catherine is also a tool for teaching him as he cures her of her fears using the past life regression process. Because many readers may be skeptical of this topic, Weiss repeats many things very often in different ways for the reader much like a teacher does. Repetition is a way to drive home the ideas the Masters want to...

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