Healing Your Past Lives: Exploring the Many Lives of the Soul. (with CD. 2004).
If we really want to know who we are, we must first know who we were. In this integrated book-
Other Lives, Other Selves: A Jungian Psychotherapist Discovers Past Lives (1987)
When I graduated from Oxford University in the mid sixties with a joint degree in behavioral psychology and analytic philosophy, my mind had been put into a carefully tailored straitjacket, though I hardly knew it at the time. If anyone had suggested something like remembering past lives to me then, I would have dismissed the very idea as self-
With a few more linguistic cuts and logical thrusts, I would have had my reincarnationalist friend fumbling for a satisfactory definition that would stand up to my philosophical swordsmanship. Behind me stood the great voices of rationalism and empiricism. "Metaphysics is dead," Professor A. J. Ayer had said, and that was the end of it. Rest in peace, Plato, Aristotle, and Hegel. (from Chapter 1)
Eternal Return : How to Remember and Heal Your Past Lives (1999) 8 CDS
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The Goddess Within: A Guide to the Eternal Myths that Shape Women’s Lives (1991)
Suppressed long ago by patriarchal societies and Christianity, the idea of the feminine played a powerful role in ancient mythology and religion. The notion that these goddesses—Athena, Aphrodite, Demeter, Artemis, Hera and Persephone—are also symbolic of characteristics that are found in individual women is once again gaining popularity. The goddess archetypes validate women for what they are, not what society has told them they should be and, as such, are a source of freedom and understanding that can be tapped by any woman, no matter what life path she has chosen.
Wonderfully affirming, profound in its implications, The Goddess Within helps restore the feminine to its rightful place in the modern consciousness and offers every woman the unique opportunity to learn more about her own power to transform herself.