Book Review: Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr. Brian Weiss

πŸ“‡Title: Many lives, Many Masters

πŸ“‘Pages: 219

πŸ’ΈPrice: Rs. 375

πŸ“ŸRating: 4/5

πŸ“˜Storyline: Many lives, Many Masters claims to be the true story of a prominent psychiatrist Dr. Brian Weiss (author himself), his young patient and the past life therapy changed both their lives.

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦Common sentiment: After this book was published, people shared their experiences and in many ways they felt they were led to this book.

πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ€My take on the book: I believe things and people come to you when you seek them, same is the case with books. You attract the books your will and knowledge has hunger for.

Though past life, reincarnation and life after death seem very controversial topic and interest us, but do they deserve time in our fast paced life? My answer would be yes, it is similar to what any religious text aims to teach you about current life. It establishes a Reason to lead this life in the best way you can.

This book through Catherine’s various lives helps you solve simple mysteries of our regular life like prioritizing, faith, believe in Science, eventually secrets of life and death.

⭐One thing is for sure, you will not want to keep this book down.⭐

Who should read? :Β 

βœ“I would suggest this book to anyone who is confused with concept of prioritization in life and wants to grow above self.

βœ“A must read for people who cannot get ‘death’ out of their minds and ‘fear’ out of lives.Β 

βœ“If psychology and psychiatry is a topic of interest to you.

βœ“Religious or atheist, give it a try and do share your experience.