This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I wouldn't reccomend this based upon the fact that in one of the session the author guides us through a recorded regression with one of his clients who remembers and extremely violent death in one life time, and rape in another.
Has Eternal Return turned you off from other books in this genre?
Listening to a woman scream in horror and listen to her speak to the violence acted upon here is a HUGE turn off and deeply upsetting. I left the reading feeling raped myself... Having listen to other authors on past lives I know there' no reason to subject and individual to such pain and horror. And it was horrific and disturbing to listen to that portion of the book. So much so I'm returning it. However there are other authors who write in this genre and who's methods I find practical and actually helpful.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Roger J. Woolger?
What character would you cut from Eternal Return?
The author's information seems good, but he doesn't give you tools to actually assist with healing anything other than reliving or imagining very painful and even horrific experiences. So I'd cut the author from the book, actually.
Any additional comments?
Awful. I was upset the rest of the day after getting to this portion of the book I don't know how anyone with an once of feeling could detach and not be impacted by the screams and cries of the woman on the recording. Mentally abusive to the listener.
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I really learned a lot from Roger in this book. Other books don't cover the negative experiences in as much detail, but I had so many questions about how those experiences kept repeating themselves in current lives. Roger answered my question with the stories of cases. I really enjoyed his teaching style as he was very clear and precise. I like how he gave certain questions to ask to go deeper into awareness and healing.