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Only Love is Real – Chapter 1. by Brian L. Weiss, M.D.. Know, therefore, that from the greater silence I shall return. Forget not that I shall come back to you. Only Love Is Real book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. HAVE YOU LOVED -- AND LOST -- SOMEONE ACROSS TIME?. [EPub Download] Only Love is Real: A Story of Soulmates Reunited Online Pdf; 2 . Book Details Author: Brian Weiss Pages: Binding.

This is not a tragedy, only a matter of learning. You have eternal life together, but sometimes you may need to take separate classes. A soulmate who is available but unawakened is a tragic figure and can cause you great anguish. Unawakened means that he or she does not sees life clearly, is not aware of the many levels of existence.

Unawakened means not knowing of about the souls. Usually it is the everyday mind that prevents awakening. We hear the excuses of the mind all the time: I am too young; I need more experience; I am not ready to settle down yet; you are of a different religion or race, region, social status, intellectual level, cultural background, and so on.

They are all excuses, for soul possess none of these attributes. The person may recognise the chemistry. The attraction is definitely there, but the source of chemistry is not understood. It is delusional to believe that this passion, this soul recognition and attraction, will be easily found again in another person. You do not run into such a soulmate every day, perhaps only one or two more in a lifetime. Divine grace may reward a good heart, a loving soul. Catherine later described the Masters as highly evolved souls not presently in body who could speak to me through her.

From them I received spectacular and profound information and insights. Catherine had no background in physics or metaphysics. The knowledge the Masters transmitted seemed far beyond Catherine's capabilities. She knew nothing about dimensional planes and vibrational levels. Yet, deep in the trance.

Beyond that, the beauty of her words and thoughts and the philosophical implications of her utterings far transcended her conscious abilities. Catherine had never before talked in such a concise, poetic manner.

When I listened to her as she relayed concepts from the Masters, I could sense another, higher force struggling with her mind and vocal cords to translate these thoughts into words so that I could understand them. During the course of her remaining therapy sessions, Catherine relayed many more messages from the Masters.

Beautiful messages about life and death, about spiritual dimensions and the purpose of our lives on the earth. My awakening had begun. My skepticism was eroding. I remember thinking, Since she's correct about my father and my son, could she also be correct about past lives and reincarnation, about the immortality of the soul?

I believe so. The Masters also spoke about past lives. We choose when we will come into our physical state and when we will leave.

We know when we have accomplished what we were sent down here to accomplish. We know when the time is up, and you will accept your death. For you know that you can get nothing more out of this lifetime. When you have time, when you have had the time to rest and re-energize your soul, you are allowed to choose your re-entry back into the physical state.

Those people who hesitate, who are not sure of their return here, they might lose the chance that was given them, a chance to fulfill what they must when they're in physical state.

Since my experience with Catherine, I have regressed more than one thousand individual patients to their past lives. Very, very few of them could reach the level of the Masters. However, I have observed amazing clinical improvement in most of these people.

I have seen patients remember a name during the recall of a recent lifetime and subsequently find old records that validate the existence of that past-life person, confirming the details of the memory. Some patients have even found the graves of their own previous physical bodies. I have observed a few patients who while in regression are able to speak portions of languages they have never learned, or have never even heard, in their current lifetime.

I have also studied some children who have spontaneously exhibited this ability, which is known as xenoglossy. As described in detail in my second book, Through Time into Healing, this therapy can benefit many types of patients, especially those with emotional and psychosomatic disorders.

Regression therapy is also extremely useful in recognizing and stopping recurrent destructive patterns, such as drug or alcohol abuse and problems in relationships. Many of my patients recall habits, traumas, and abusive relationships that not only occurred in their past lifetimes but are again occurring in the current life.

For example, one patient remembered a violently abusive husband in a past life who has resurfaced in the present as her violent father. One warring couple discovered they had been killing each other in four previous lifetimes together.

The stories and the patterns go on and on. When the recurring pattern has been recognized, when its causes have been understood, it can be broken. There is no sense in continuing the pain. Neither the therapist nor the patient has to believe in past lives for the technique and process of regression therapy to work. But if they try it, clinical improvement often results. Spiritual growth almost always results.

I once regressed a man from South America who remembered a guiltridden lifetime as part of the team that helped to develop and ultimately drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima in order to end World War II. Now a radiologist in a major hospital, this man uses radiation and modern technology to save lives rather than to erase them. He is a gentle, beautiful, caring man in this life. This is an example of how a soul can evolve and be transformed even through the most ignoble of lifetimes. It is the learning that is important, not the judgment.

He learned from his World War II lifetime, and he has applied the skills and knowledge to help other souls in the current lifetime. The guilt from the first lifetime is not important. It is only important to learn from the past, not to ruminate and to feel guilty about it. Twenty-seven percent of adults in the United States believe in reincarnation, up from 21 percent in The number who believe that there can be contact with the dead has risen from 18 percent in to 28 percent in December Ninety percent believe in heaven, and 79 percent believe in miracles.

I can almost hear the spirits clapping. Albert Schweitzer Elizabeth's first experience with regression occurred the following week. I quickly put her into a deep state of hypnosis by using a rapid-induction method in order to bypass the blocks and obstacles that the conscious mind often constructs.

Hypnosis is a state of focused concentration, but the ego, the mind, has the ability to interfere with this concentration by bringing up distracting thoughts. In using a rapid-induction technique, I was able to put Elizabeth into a deep hypnotic state within a minute. I had given her a relaxation tape to play at home during the week between her appointments. I had recorded this tape to help my patients practice the techniques of self-hypnosis.

I found that the more they practice at home, the deeper they seem to go in the office. The tape also helps patients to relax, and it often helps them to fall asleep. Elizabeth tried listening to the tape at home, but she couldn't relax. She felt much too anxious. What if something happened? She worried that because she was alone there was nobody to help her. Her mind protected her by allowing everyday thoughts to crowd in and distract her from the tape.

Between her nervousness and her thoughts, she couldn't concentrate. As she described her experience at home with the tape, I decided to use a more rapid method of hypnosis to move her beyond the obstacles that her mind and her fears were creating. The most common technique used to induce the hypnotic trance is called progressive relaxation.

Beginning by having the patient slow her breathing, the therapist then talks the patient into a deeply relaxed state by instructing the patient to gently and sequentially relax her muscles.

Then she is asked to visualize or imagine beautiful and relaxing scenes. By using techniques such as counting backward, the therapist helps the patient go even deeper. By this time, the patient is in a light to moderate hypnotic trance, which the therapist can then deepen if desired. The whole process takes about fifteen minutes. Accountants and other people who have been drilled to think in a logical, linear, highly rational pattern frequently allow the chatter of their minds to disrupt the process.

Even though I felt Elizabeth could go under deeply no matter which technique I used, I decided to use a more rapid method anyway, just to be sure. I told Elizabeth to sit forward in her chair, to keep her gaze fixed on my eyes, and to press down with her right hand, which was palm to palm with mine.

I was standing in front of her. As she applied the pressure to my hand, with her body tilted slightly forward in the chair, I talked to her. Her eyes were fixed on mine.

Suddenly and without any warning, I pulled away my hand, which was underneath hers. Her body, now unsupported, lurched forward. At this precise moment, I said Sleep!

Instantly, Elizabeth's body collapsed back into the chair.

She was already in a deep hypnotic trance. While her conscious mind had been preoccupied with the sudden loss of balance, my command to sleep traveled directly and without any interference to her subconscious. She went directly into a state of conscious sleep, which is the equivalent of hypnosis.

You can remember everything, every experience you have ever had, I told her. We could now begin the journey backward. I wanted to see which of her senses predominated in her recollections so I asked her to go back to her last pleasant meal, and I instructed her to use all of her senses as she remembered the meal.

She remembered the smell, the taste, the sight, and the feeling of a recent dinner so I knew she had the ability for vivid recall. It seemed, in her case, that the visual sense was the most predominant. And then I took her back into her childhood to see if she could retrieve a memory from a placid period in her Minnesota childhood.

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She smiled a little girl's contented smile. I'm in the kitchen with my mother. She looks very young. I'm young, too. I'm little. I'm about five. And we're cooking. We're making pies It's fun. My mother's happy. I can see it all, the apron, her hair up. I can smell the smells. They're wonderful. Walk into another room and tell me what you see, I instructed her. She described the large dark wood furniture, the well-worn floors. And then a portrait of her mother, a photograph that was on a dark wooden table next to a big comfortable chair.

I see my mother in the picture, Elizabeth went on. She's beautiful I see the pearls around her neck. She loves those pearls. They're for special occasions. The beautiful white dress Good, I said, I'm glad you remember her and that you can see her so clearly.

The virtual certainty of remembering a recent meal or a childhood scene helps build the patient's confidence in his or her ability to recall memories. These memories show the patient that hypnosis works and that it is not frightening, that the process can even be pleasant.

The patient sees that recalled memories are often more vivid and more detailed than the memories of the conscious, waking mind. After emerging from the trance, patients almost always consciously remember memories recalled during hypnosis.

Only rarely are patients in such a deep state that they have amnesia for what was experienced. Although I frequently tape-record regression sessions to ensure accuracy and to refer to when necessary, the tapes are more for me than for the patients. They remember vividly. Now we will go even further back. Don't worry what is imagination, what is fantasy, what is metaphor or symbol, actual memory or some combination of all of these, I told her. Just let yourself experience.

Try not to let your mind judge or criticize or even comment on the material you are experiencing. Just experience it. This is only for the experience. You can critique it afterward. You can analyze it later. But for now just let yourself experience.

We're going back into the womb now, into the inutero period, just before you were born. Whatever pops into your mind is fine. Just let yourself experience it.

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And I counted back from five to one, deepening her state of hypnosis. Elizabeth felt herself inside her mother's womb. It was warm and safe, and she could feel her mother's love. A tear trickled down from the corner of each of her closed eyes. She remembered how much her parents had wanted her, especially her mother. The tears were tears of happiness and of nostalgia. Elizabeth could already feel the love that would greet her birth, and this made her feel very happy.

But to Elizabeth the sensations and emotions were so strong and so powerful that they were real to her, and this made her feel much better. While under hypnosis, a patient of mine remembered being born as a twin. The other baby was stillborn. However, the patient never knew that she had a twin sister. Her parents had never told her about her stillborn sibling. When she told her parents about her experience under hypnosis, they confirmed the complete accuracy of her recall.

She was indeed a twin. Usually, however, memories from the womb are difficult to validate. Are you ready to go further back now? I asked, hoping Elizabeth had not become frightened by the intensity of her emotions. Yes, she answered calmly. I'm ready. Good, I said. Now we're going back to see if you can remember anything from before birth, either in a mystical or spiritual state, in another dimension, or even in a past life.

Don't critique it. Don't worry about it. Just experience. I had her imagine herself walking into an elevator and pushing a button as I slowly counted backward from five to one.

The elevator traveled back through time and through space, and the door opened when I said one. I instructed her to step outside and join the figure, the scene, the experience on the other side of the door. But it was not what I expected. It's so dark, she said, with terror in her voice. I've fallen off the boat. It's so cold. It's terrible. If you become uncomfortable, I quickly interrupted, just float above the scene and watch it as if you are watching a movie.

But if you're not uncomfortable, stay with it. See what happens. See what you experience. The experience was frightening to her, so she floated above. Elizabeth could see herself as a teenage boy. Having fallen off a boat in a storm at night, this boy had drowned in the dark waters. Suddenly her breathing slowed noticeably, and she seemed more peaceful. She had detached from the body. I have left that body, Elizabeth said, almost matter of factly.

This had all happened extremely rapidly. Before I had time to explore the lifetime, she was already out of that body.

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I wanted her to review what had happened, to tell me what she could see and understand. What were you doing on the boat? I asked her, trying to back up in time even though she was already out of her body. And a sudden storm came up.

The boat began to take on water. It was very unstable and rocking wildly. The waves were huge, and I was swept over the side. What happened to the other people? I asked. I don't know, she said. I was swept over the side.

I don't know what happened to them. About how old are you when this happens? I don't know, she answered. About twelve or thirteen. A young teenager. Elizabeth did not seem eager to volunteer any more details. She had left that life early, both in that lifetime and in remembering it in my office.

We could not get any more information. And so I awakened her. The following week, Elizabeth seemed less depressed even though I had prescribed no antidepressant medication to treat her symptoms of grief and depression.

I feel lighter, she said. I feel freer, and I find I'm not as uncomfortable in the dark. Elizabeth had always been somewhat uneasy in the dark, and she avoided going out alone at night. At home, she often kept all the lights on. But in the past week she had noticed improvement with this symptom. Unbeknownst to me, swimming made her feel uneasy and somewhat anxious, but in the past week she was able to spend time in the pool and Jacuzzi in her condominium complex.

Although these were not her main concerns, she was pleased that these symptoms were diminishing. So many of our fears are based in the past, not the future. Often the things we fear the most have already happened either in childhood or in a past life. Because we have forgotten or only dimly remember, we fear that the traumatic event may become real in our future.

But Elizabeth was still very sad, and we had not found her mother except in a childhood memory.

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The search would continue. Elizabeth's story is fascinating. Pedro's is similarly so. Yet their stories are not completely unique. Many of my patients have suffered from profound grief, from fears and phobias, from frustrating relationships.

Many have found their lost loved ones in other times and other places. Many have been able to heal their grief as they remember past lifetimes and reach spiritual states. Some are seemingly ordinary people with amazing stories.

Their experiences reflect the universal themes embodied in the unfolding journeys of Elizabeth and Pedro as they approach the crossroads of destiny. We are all walking along the same path. We had arranged for the regression to be taped in a private hotel suite several days prior to the live taping of Joan's show. Joan arrived late, delayed by Howard Stern, the radio host who was her uninhibited guest on that day's show. She was not very relaxed, still in her television makeup, jewelry, and a beautiful red sweater.

As we talked prior to the regression, I learned that she was still grieving the deaths of her mother and her husband.

Although her mother had died years earlier, their relationship had been very intense, and Joan continued to miss her greatly. Her husband's death was more recent. Joan sat stiffly in a plush, beige-patterned chair. The cameras began to record an extraordinary scene. Soon Joan slumped down into the chair, her chin resting precariously on the palm of her hand. Her breathing slowed and she went deeply into the hypnotic state.

I went under very deeply, she later said. The regression began, and we went backward through time. Her first stop was at the age of four. She remembered stress at home caused by a visit from her grandmother. Joan could see herself vividly. I'm wearing a checked dress with Mary Jane shoes and white socks. We left for a more distant time. The year was , and she was in England, where she was a woman of the gentry. I have dark hair, and I'm taller and slim, she observed. She had three children.

One is definitely my mother, she added. Joan recognized that one of her children in that lifetime, a six-year-old daughter, had reincarnated as her present-day mother.

How do you know it's her? I just know it's her, she responded emphatically. Soul recognition often transcends verbal description.

There is an intuitive knowing, a knowledge of the heart. Joan Rivers knew that this little girl and her mother were the same soul. She did not recognize the Englishwoman's husband, who was also tall and slim, as someone in her present life. He's wearing a beaver top hat, she.

He was formally dressed. We're walking in a large park with gardens, she noted. Joan began to cry and wanted to leave that time.

One of her children was dying. It's her! The young girl died, and we left that time and place. We moved even further back in time, back into the eighteenth century. It's seventeen [hundred] something I'm a farmer, a man. She seemed surprised at the change of gender, but this was a happier lifetime. I'm a very good farmer because I love the earth so much, she observed. In her current life, Joan loves to work in her gardens, where she finds peace and a respite from her hectic show-business life.

I gently awakened her. Her grief was already beginning to heal. She understood that her precious mother, who was her young daughter in England, was a soul companion across the centuries. Even though they were now once more separated, Joan knew that they would be together again, in another time and another place.

Elizabeth, who did not know about Joan's experience, came to me seeking a similar healing. Would she, too, find her beloved mother? Meanwhile, in the same office and in the same chair, separated from Elizabeth by only the minuscule gulf of a few days, another drama was in progress.

Pedro was suffering. His life was burdened with sadness, unshared secrets, and hidden longings.

And the most important meeting of his life was silently but rapidly approaching. At last she bore another child, and great Was the father's joy; and loud his cry: A Son! That day, to thus rejoice-he was the only one. Dejected and wan the mother lay; her soul was numb Then suddenly she cried with anguish wild, Her thoughts less on the new than on the absent child My angel in his grave, and I not at his side!

Speaking through the babe now held in her embrace She hears again the well-known voice adored: Tis I,-but do not tell! He gazes at her face. Victor Hugo Pedro is an extraordinarily handsome Mexican man, more fair than I had anticipated, with sandy brown hair and wonderful blue eyes that at times seem almost green.

His charm and easy wit hid the grief he was feeling at the death of his brother, who had died ten months previously in a terrible automobile accident in Mexico City.

Many people suffering from acute grief reactions come to see me, hoping to understand more about death or even to encounter their deceased loved ones again.

The meeting might occur in a past lifetime. It might occur in the spiritual state found in-between lifetimes. Or the reunion might take place in a mystical setting, beyond the confines of the physical body and physical geography. Whether the spiritual meetings are real or imaginary, they possess a power that is vividly felt by the patient.

Lives are changed. The delicate and often detailed recall of past lifetimes is not a wish fulfillment. Images are not merely conjured up because a patient needs them or because they might make him feel better. What is remembered is what has happened. The specificity and accuracy of remembered details, the depth of emotion displayed, the resolution of clinical symptoms, and the life-transforming power of the memories all point to the reality of the recall.

The unusual aspect of Pedro's story was the ten months that had elapsed since his brother's death. By this time, grief is generally resolving. The long time span of Pedro's grief suggested an underlying, even deeper despair. His sadness actually extended far beyond his brother's death. We would learn in subsequent sessions that he had been separated from his loved ones over many lifetimes, and he was acutely sensitized to the loss of a love. Preface Alcoholism is a disease of many losses.

For those of us who are the relatives and friends of alcoholics, these losses affect many aspects of our lives and remain with us over time, whether or not. Parenting Positively Coping with DEATH For children aged 6 to 12 This booklet will help you to understand more about death and the feelings we all have when someone we care about, like a parent, a brother.

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