This fascinating and meticulously researched book opens a window to a little-known realm: the minds of people who believe they have lived prior lives. Therapist Rabia Clark offers objective, insightful analysis into the psychological issues raised by such people, and the challenges of crafting workable therapies for them. Clark clearly points out that past life therapy does not hinge on either belief or disbelief in the phenomenon of prior lives. The key is understanding the perspectives of those who claim these experiences, and working with them to help them live successful, integrated present lives.
Clark’s book investigates a host of stimulating questions and concepts, including:
– Is there evidence that past lives are real? – If reincarnation exists, how might it work? – What techniques and methods are appropriate for past life therapy? – What psychic phenomena may occur during past life therapy? – What hidden effects might past life therapists have on clients who believe they have lived prior lives? – How is “false memory syndrome” an ethical issue in this setting?
Clark’s book includes the results of an extensive survey of past life therapy professionals. It is the most complete study ever done on this provocative topic.