The Best Books About Reincarnation. Several people have asked for information on books about reincarnation. There are many and varied, providing information from different points of view, either from traditional beliefs and religion, through medicine, psychics, channelers, philosophers, etc. In this post we will mainly focus on the work of Brian Weiss, a well-known psychiatrist who has published several books about reincarnation. But we will also review other important works of other authors on the subject, that everyone should read before venturing into their next incarnation.
11 Books About Reincarnation To Read Before You Die
“Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation” by Ian Stevenson, 1974
This book is an outstanding, basic and exciting testimony of the cases that Dr. Stevenson has personally researched, presented and analyzed. The methodological approach is very concrete and specific. It involves the thorough and comprehensive study of twenty cases of spontaneous memories of past lives, occurred in children between the ages of two and five years old. The author has interviewed both subjects and relatives, neighbors and other people involved in the relevant stories. In some cases the wealth of data is considerable and the percentage of confirmations of these cases is usually very high. The twenty cases that make up the book are selected from the 1200 cases that Ian Stevenson had collected until that point in his long career.
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“Many Lives, Many Masters” by Brian L. Weiss, 1988
Brian Weiss recounts in this book an amazing experience that completely changed his life. One of his patients, Catherine, recalled under hypnosis many of her previous through which she could then find the origin of many of her current traumas. Catherine was cured, but Dr. Weiss learned something even more important: it was possible to contact the higher spirits that inhabit the states between two lives. A meeting point between science and metaphysics. For all the magic, mystery and revelations that come together in the books published by Brian Weiss, Many Lives, Many Masters is one of the many works that should be read by those who believe in reincarnation and past lives.
“Through Time Into Healing” by Brian L. Weiss, 1993
According to people who return from death, in the seemingly final moments of their earthly life they discovered that the most important thing we can do while we’re here is to learn to love. And developing techniques for altering our consciousness is the best way to achieve this end. Brian Weiss is a true pioneer in approaching a wider public with his books about reincarnation, and expanding the awareness of safe techniques for altering consciousness. In this way we may achieve greater self-awareness and promote better understanding among all, especially in times of global dissemination. With such knowledge we may be able to bring about a spiritual renewal, and make the people of the world unite and in love and peace, by spreading techniques such as those developed Dr. Weiss et al.
“Only Love Is Real” by Brian L. Weiss, 1996
In his third book, Weiss addresses the subject of twin souls, people who are forever united by the bonds of love and who meet again and again in successive lives. He explains how soulmates are found and recognized, and what decisions we must take that can transform our life with this important and fascinating aspect of our existence. Weiss states, “Destiny dictates the meeting of soulmates. We *will* meet them. But what we decide to do after that meeting falls in the province of choice or free will. A wrong choice or a missed chance can lead to incredible loneliness and suffering. A right choice, an opportunity realized, can bring us to profound bliss and happiness.”
“You Cannot Die” by Ian Currie, 1978
The message of this amazing book about reincarnation is that life and death are one and the same thing, and that the soul is eternal and carries out its quest for knowledge and enlightenment through the material and immaterial worlds. This search occurs through reincarnation, a process that allows the soul to enter and leave the physical body cyclically in order to learn and grow spiritually. According to Currie, this conviction can only make us live two lives with the intensity that characterizes the full consciousness of our being and our immortal reality. Death is but a new opportunity for renewal, a return home.
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“Karma And Reincarnation” by Elizabeth Clare Prophet, 2007
We’ve all been here before … The word karma has become popular. But not everyone knows what it really means or how to approach its meaning. The introspective character of this book will help you understand the karmic connections from past lives that have contributed to the circumstances of your current life. You will discover how the actions you did in past lives -good and bad- have an influence on the family in which you are born, on the people for whom you feel attracted, and the reason why some people makes you cringe. You will learn things about the collective karma, what we do in the period between one incarnation and the following, and what the great prophets of East and West, including Jesus, say about karma and reincarnation. And most importantly you will discover how to turn your karmic encounters into great opportunities to sculpt the future you want.
“Seth Material” by Jane Roberts, 1970
In this work Jane Roberts talks about reincarnation, clairvoyance and extra sensorial experiences; but above all, peace and harmony that can be achieved through spiritual awareness: dreams, astral projection and subconscious mechanisms of man. Illustrated with striking photographs taken during an actual session, this work offers fascinating and convincing evidence of extrasensory life. Jane Roberts is considered one of the most extraordinary psychics of this century. Author of bestselling books for their originality and courage: “I can assure you that death is another beginning. You have lived before and you will live again, and when you are done with physical existence, you will still live…”
“The Wheel Of Life” by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, 1997
This is the last book about reincarnation written by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, and the living will of the author. She discovered her mission in her childhood: to relieve the pain of others. Beyond scientific arguments, Elisabeth believes in reincarnation and the invisible presence, but above all, her work affirms the immortality of the soul and eternal life that can reach those who die serenely. For her, life after death is not a mystery. There are no doubts: after this world there is a better life, free from worries and ailments. In the many conferences she has given, she conveys her message with the credibility and the strength of a woman of science. Her truth: live honestly in order to die completely.
“Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past-Life Memories” by Brian Weiss, 2012
Miracles Happen is a collection of inspiring stories told by patients themselves, chosen from among the tens of thousands of people who participated in the experiential workshops using the method of regression, that the author taught since 1988. Weiss, along with her daughter Amy, shares with us these remarkable stories of real life and reveals how regression to past lives holds the keys to our spiritual purpose.
“Same Soul, Many Bodies” by Brian Weiss, 2004
In this more recent, fascinating and innovative book about reincarnation, Dr. Weiss reveals how just as we all have lived past lives, we have more lives to live in the future. What we do in this life will influence our future reincarnations, along the evolutionary path to immortality. This is a revolutionary work that delves into the discoveries of Dr. Weiss about the past to transport their millions of readers to an individual and collective future of whose creation they are responsible themselves. Along the way, their lives will be deeply transformed and find more peace, more happiness and solutions to their problems.
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“Where Reincarnation and Biology Intersect” by Ian Stevenson, 1997
During the course of his life, Professor Stevenson investigated many cases that suggested reincarnation while traveling extensively around the world between 1966 and 1971. According to his book, Stevenson interviewed multiple children between the ages of two and four who spoke of past lives and experiences. Experts, like Stevenson, focus their studies on children because they are less likely to have heard of or known about the lives of strangers, much less be capable of recounting the details of their lives. In many cases, Stevenson identified birthmarks that related to injuries the children had suffered in their previous lives.
Bonus: “Our Ultimate Reality” by Adrian P. Cooper, 2007
Our Ultimate Reality has been written in a modern, understandable, non-mystical, non-esoteric straightforward way understandable by people of all ages, nationalities and life circumstances, set out in a concise, logical, easy to follow format, all you need to know in order to understand, pursue and realise your own true life potential and destiny, as humanity transitions from an era founded in darkness and ego, selfishness and taking, to a new era founded in Light and Love, compassion and giving.
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Thank you for this list. I was fascinated by some of these books years ago and will now enjoy the others.