An Intimate Interview with Dr Brian Weiss – Brian L. Weiss

1. You have graduated from the University of Columbia and Yale and worked as a professor at the University of Miami. Tell us about the transition from a professor to a psychotherapist to an author. What made you take up psychotherapy? I’ve always been interested in the brain and that is why I specialized in psychiatry after graduating from … Continue reading

My Own Beginnings – Brian L. Weiss

I graduated from Columbia University and received my medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine, where I also completed my residency training in psychiatry. I taught at several highly respected medical schools, and I also published more than 40 scientific papers, mainly in the field of psychopharmacology and sleep disorders. When the experience took … Continue reading

What I Thought About I Can Do It! Perth – Geire Kami

If there’s anything that sums up the I Can Do It! Weekend I attended in Perth, it would be a snippet of Matthew Arnold’s poem called The Buried Life: But often, in the world’s most crowded streets, But often, in the din of strife, There rises an unspeakable desire After the knowledge of our buried … Continue reading

Healthy Habit # 4: Worry Less, Enjoy More – Brian L. Weiss

Worrying cannot effect positive change or growth. It will not change the future. WE HAVE SO MANY WORRIES. We worry about money, yet we know that money is only a tool, a means to an end. What we really want is happiness, a bit of security in our lives, some modicum of joy. Happiness, security, … Continue reading

An Interview with Brian Weiss on Regression, Reincarnation and Remembering

How can we access our past-lives? It’s certainly possible to have actual past-life regression through regression exercises, although many other types of relaxation or meditation techniques can lead to the same thing as well.  People may also experience past-life recall during dreams or déjà vu, spontaneously, or in many other ways. For example, my first … Continue reading

The Benefits of Regression – Brian L. Weiss

The path of our spiritual journey is an inward one, unique to each of us. Wise teachers can point the way, but only we can make the journey. We progress at our own speed, and there’s no schedule or deadline for reaching enlightenment. Regressing to significant childhood events, to infancy or even to past lives … Continue reading