By Gina Cerminara (1963)
This is a collection of essays on reincarnation. Very reasonable, and so much common sense! In the last essay she writes: “I am convinced that for any proposed reforms (of our world) to be truly effective and lasting, there needs to be a new kind of insight in human beings, insight of a psychological, scientific, and philosophical nature. I would like therefore to raise my voice in favor of the widespread and immediate dissemination of knowledge concerning two things: the theory of reincarnation and the methodology of General Semantics.” Regression therapists know a bastard of general semantics: Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Cerminara’s essay on reincarnation and modern psychology is a gem. Her essay on reincarnation and love is an important sequel and consolidation of her Many Mansions and The World Within. This book has much to offer for an intelligent and judicious vision on reincarnation and related subjects.