In order for us to go to the unknown, we must first try GOING BELOW THE WATER’S EDGE.
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The author’s personal sessions with the doctor add weight to the concept of past life regression and it gives readers another perspective on the soul being immortal and the concept that only the body perishes. The author feels that the most explosive advancement in the future will be on the workings of the human mind. The author also speaks about the oscillation of light and dark and how the latter veils the senses till we move into light and envisage things with more clarity. Delving more into a past life through regression and hypnosis can be helpful and useful in understanding one’s own self. Knowing about a past life can also be helpful in curing many psychosomatic diseases. Past Life Regression and Hypnosis are topics that are very exciting, mysterious and fascinating and they take readers into another realm altogether.
An interesting topic that can make the readers look at their lives with another perspective. I thought the cover was fantastic. It complements the topic discussed in the book beautifully.
Ronald Fehribach writes in a direct, personal way that reaches the audience on a human level. Ronald’s writing is easy to read and understand and, in fact, at times he is able to convey complex theories in a simple, straightforward, hear-to-heart talk manner. I enjoyed reading this book tremendously because it offers a rare, first-person account of one man’s journey towards self-awareness through real question-and-answer sessions with his therapist. It is a must-read for anyone who is on such a journey themselves or for anyone interested in that most fundamental of questions: who am I? Ronald is an engaging writer and I am considering reading this book again as I believe this may be one of those books which, the more one reads it, the more one gets out of it. Overall, I highly recommend this book.
Going Below The Water’s Edge (Past Lives, Reincarnation, Inner self) by Ronald Fehribach answered many questions, but what I found more compelling throughout the book was the answer to the question: What would happen if you were allowed to travel beyond the limitation imposed by your physical being? This is the main question that the book answered for me. As I followed him on his journey outside his body, it was very intriguing to read about how his unconscious took him through different time periods and across the globe to places and times his conscious side did not know existed. Going Below The Water’s Edge is a very enlightening book and anyone interested in subjects concerning reincarnation, awareness, energy, understanding your inner self and how to get in touch with your unconscious through hypnosis would find it a very worthy read.
Going Below the Water’s Edge: Past Lives, Reincarnation, Inner Self by Ronald S. Fehribach was intriguing to say the least. It makes you start to question life, about how we came to be; if you don’t believe in reincarnation, you may start to rethink that by the time you have finished the book! I must say that I found the writing very clear and very direct. Ronald Fehribach writes as if he is talking to you one to one, he makes it personal to the reader. I found it incredibly easy to understand and a very interesting subject. It is an account of one man’s perspective, his journey through therapy to find himself and is a definite must-read book for anyone who is on a similar journey of discovery.
This book definitely opened my eyes to some new ideas on reincarnation. I was never really sure about it before, but this book actually offers some very detailed information about the subject. You find out a lot more about how it affects someone and what it really means to have a past life. The individuals in this book were very interesting and made it easy to learn more about the subject of reincarnation and the way it will not only astound you but change your life forever. Ron Fehribach has definitely explored a controversial subject and turned it into an amazing experience and an amazing story for anyone who picks up Going Below the Water’s Edge: Past Lives, Reincarnation, Inner Self. When you finish this book, you’ll want to know even more about your own past lives and experiences as well.
According to Fehribach, the unconscious has greater dimensions than most people are aware of, like an iceberg where only the tip is visible. He summarizes his beliefs based on his personal experience, yet remains curious about life’s true meaning. At the end are excerpts from The Gospel According to Thomas. All in all, Going Below the Water’s Edge: Past Lives, Reincarnation, Inner Self by Ronald S. Fehribach is a gripping account of one man’s journey towards self-reflection and inner peace.