Thursday, March 16, 2006

And you thought regression was cool?

Falstaff, this one is for you. And for millions of others who need questions about their future lives answered. You asked here not long ago:

"What's the point? I mean I've already lived through that life, right? Why would I want to live it again? Personally I'm much more interested in my future life. Will I be pretty? Will I be rich? Will I need warm clothes? Will my Amex still work? Should I be taking Spanish lessons? That's what I want to know.

Come to think of it, if it's Past-life REGRESSION, maybe once could fit a line and project into the future."

I am happy to inform you and the world that yes, you could fit a line and project into the future. And guess what? You do not have to go to class to learn to do this; you can be your asocial self and read a book or listen to tapes to figure out your future life.

The book: Same Soul, Many Bodies
The man: Brian L Weiss

From Dr Weiss's website:

We have all lived past lives. All of us will live future ones. What we do in this life will influence our lives to come as we evolve toward immortality.

Dr. Weiss knows this is true because recently he has not only regressed his patients into the past, but has progressed them into the future. And what they have discovered is that our futures are variable, so the choices we make now will determine the quality of life when we return.

Using dozens of case histories, Dr. Weiss demonstrates the therapeutic benefits of progression, just as he has proved that journeys into our past lives can alleviate or cure our physical and emotional wounds in the present.

This is a revolutionary book, building on Dr. Weiss's discoveries about the past, which will take his millions of readers into an individual and collective future which they themselves will create.

Regression therapy or Progression therapy? Take your pick. No candles needed.

PS1: Special thanks to dear friend AI for bringing this to my attention.

PS2: Falstaff, once you have figured out your future life, could you let us know if you will be pretty? There's this really cute skirt that I saw in the outlet mall that would be perfect for a pretty you.


Anoop said...

Actually reading the damn book is out of the question, I suppose? :)

Falstaff said...

Veena: Good show. Have put longer comment on this on my blog. All I can say is, who would have thought God would work on the desktop printer model. You know, sell you a soul and then make it all back on the bodies.

Veena said...

Anoop: Actually no. Do mean to read it. But since there are so many preconceived notions in this head of mine, not sure if that will do anything. Haven't we been thru this like 1008 times? :)

Falstaff: Ya ya, saw the post. Brilliant. Methinks you try too much to write like hmmm..Kafka when you can so effortlessly be like well..Woody Allen. If I may say so.

Falstaff said...

Veena: Wait, you're leaving comments on my posts on your own blog now?!

Thanks. You do realise, of course, that Allen himself would love to write like Kafka - so my attempts could actually be thought of as a sort of meta-imitation?