A firsthand look at the psychology of reincarnation—and the dramatic power of past-life regression to radically transform and heal our lives
In this fascinating and provocative book, Dr. Roger J. Woolger, a graduate of Oxford University and a certified Jungian analyst, reveals an exciting psychotherapeutic technique that produces astoundingly beneficial emotional and physical results—whether you believe in reincarnation as a literal or symbolic phenomenon.
Drawing on both Western science and Eastern spirituality, Dr. Woolger shows how patients have unlocked the secrets of their innermost memories—the often self-destructive cycles that are repeated life after life—to overcome the insecurity, depression, guilt, inhibition, family dysfunction, and physical illness that they have inherited from their past lives. A lucid, compelling account of a revolutionary therapeutic technique, Other Lives, Other Selves offers an alternative path to self-improvement and self-enlightenment that addresses the whole person: mind, body, and spirit.
“An important and powerful book . . . fascinating.”—Journal of Regression Therapy
Roger J. Woolger, PhD, (1944–2011) was a British-born Jungian analyst, regression therapist, and lecturer. Woolger held degrees from Oxford University and the University of London, as well as the C. G. Jung Institute in Switzerland. He is the author of Other… More about Roger J. Woolger
Paperback | $23.00
Published by Bantam Nov 01, 1988| 408 Pages| 5-1/4 x 8-1/4| ISBN 9780553345957