You have the ability to access the collective wisdom of all your past life experiences. By tapping into this immense storehouse of knowledge through self-hypnosis, you will gain direction, mastery over your fears, a greater sense of self-worth—and the power to take charge of your life.
Dr. Joe H. Slate and Carl Llewellyn Weschcke put a unique do-it-yourself spin on hypnosis, teaching you step by step how to conduct your own past-life regression using powerful, scientifically tested methods, such as astral projection and spirit interactions. Fascinating true accounts from Dr. Slate and his subjects highlight the effectiveness of these empowering techniques.
—Explore your past and future lives —Delve into life between lifetimes —See how many past lives you have lived —Communicate with departed loved ones —Meet your spirit guides —Discover new spiritual dimensions
Once you begin to retrieve your past life experiences, you can apply the lessons learned toward present-day healing, spiritual growth, and enlightenment for the continued evolution of your soul.
ADDITIONAL TITLES BY THIS AUTHOR
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