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dr. brian l. weiss, md, facs, is a psychiatrist, author, and leader in the field of bodymind therapy. he lives and practices in miami, florida. he is a graduate of columbia university and yale medical school and is the chairman emeritus of psychiatry at the mount sinai medical center in miami. he is also the author of through time into healing and same soul, many bodies. you can visit his website at brianweiss.com.
i am 10 years past life regression free. i started in 2008. it is a very powerful tool. i have been to many different past life places. i also see my past lives in my dreams. if i recall a past life i have vivid dreams and have the ability to remember them when awake. i do not have the ability to recall any past life until i have had a regression. i am a firm believer in this form of therapy. thanks for being available to listen to my life story.
many so-called “past-life therapists” are opportunists, charlatans, and can be dangerous to your mental health. please do not fall victim to these charlatans!
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brian weiss, md, a psychiatrist, lives and practices in miami, florida. he is a graduate of columbia university and yale medical school and is the chairman emeritus of psychiatry at the mount sinai medical center in miami. dr. weiss maintains a private practice in miami and conducts international seminars and experiential workshops as well as training programs for professionals. he is also the author of through time into healing and same soul, many bodies.
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