For centuries, the existence of reincarnation has been a firmly held belief of millions that crosses races, religions, and cultures. In Past Lives, Dr. Peter Fenwick and Elizabeth Fenwick examine this extraordinary phenomenon by attempting to determine whether people are experiencing actual memories, or thoughts and ideas based on imagination. Featuring more than 100 firsthand accounts from those who believe they can recall their previous existences, this insightful exploration of reincarnation may change the way you think—and challenge your views of life itself.
• A World War II veteran relives the moment of his death—in the cockpit of a bi-plane during the first World War. • A hypnotized woman starts speaking with an Irish brogue about her life in Ireland although she’s never visited there. • While vacationing in Egypt, a woman correctly describes a temple she was once worshipped in—without ever having been inside.
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About Peter Fenwick
Peter Fenwick is a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He holds a research post as a Senior Lecturer at The Institute of Psychiatry in London. He has a special interest in sleep and has been involved in research… More about Peter Fenwick
About Elizabeth Fenwick
Elizabeth Fenwick is a professional writer on health and family matters. She has had books on health and child care published by Family Doctor Publications, and co-authored several others with her husband, Peter.
Published by Berkley Jul 01, 2001| 352 Pages| ISBN 9781101203903