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Karen’s choice of chapters, like Body Selection, reveal the practicality of her work making this a valuable journey of insight, not just a collection of experiences. While reading I strongly identified and released my own issues, and am wiser, more empathetic and more excited about my own spiritual journey than before.
I really enjoyed this book. I read it in about one day. I like the examples used and the way Karen delves into the life between lives as well as past lives. I wanted to read more and about more examples of other past life regressions and life between lives regressions.So it probably left me wanting more, and left me wanting to experience a regression for myself.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and found it hard to put down. The clients personal stories and experiences were fascinating; so much so that I was so intrigued and excited about what they had uncovered that I also had a past-life regression with Karen and just like the clients in the book, I was blown away by the experience and came away feeling very enlightened about my life and life in general. It was a life changing, learning experience for me and I will be forever grateful.
A great book! There is some very interesting and detailed accounts of regressions that Karen has facilitated. What i enjoyed the most is Karen's explanation about what you can take from a regression to help you in your current life. Other lives and other realms was a very enjoyable read.
A few years ago I did read the books of Michael Newton (Destiny of Souls and Journey of Souls) and was enthralled by them (i.e., I give them five stars). I wanted to read more. I then did read Memories of the Afterlife, but it was much less enthralling. It was accounts of persons regressed to the LBL by therapists trained at Newton institute. It added little information to Newton's two books. Then I found this book by Karen Joy, and wanted to also read it, because of the subject. I will say it's a good book (and well written), more interesting than Memories of the Afterlife, but for those who have already read Newton's books, it brings little new information, except maybe in the "Big Picture" chapter. I think that if you have read books on reincarnation, but not those of M. Newton yet, you could read this one first, before getting to DoS and JoS.
Interested in previous lives and life between lives? Then read this book. It fits into the same category as the books of Michael Newton and Brian Weiss, but is more concisely put together, as if the vague bits were edited out. So we are left with amazing stories. I found it hard to put down, and even after having read Newton, Weiss and many others, gave me renewed food for thought ... How small we are, how little we know! Enjoyable. Widen your horizons and read this book!
I've read several books on the topic and have enjoyed them all. This book was more informative than most. It's well written, and the stories are fascinating. I plan to re-read it. There is more information than I can absorb in one reading. I highly recommend this book.
This book is full of fascinating regression stories, told simply and clearly, with deep insights and tremendous wisdom. I learned so much and gained a wonderful new perspective on my own journey. While enjoyable, it was also transformative. I look forward to reading more like this from the author.