Many Lives, Many Masters Experiencing Your Past Lives with Brian Weiss

By :
Comments: 0

Share this story:

Learn to Release All Anxiety and Fears by Unlocking the Doors to your Past!
Come join us to celebrate 30 years of Many Lives, Many Masters!

Dr. Brian Weiss astonished the world of psychiatry with the theories of past-life regression therapy detailed in his best-selling book, Many Lives, Many Masters. Brian is the nation’s foremost expert in this field. This highly experiential intensive workshop explores the latest in hypnotic regression therapy. When we discuss what happens before we are born and after we die and our possible future lives we awaken from the constrictions of our past conditioning to release anxieties and fears.

In a series of large and small group past life regression exercises, healing visualizations and right brain training, this exciting experiential workshop takes you on an incredible psychospiritual journey as you explore the limitless boundaries of the mind and soul.
Dr. Brian Weiss will take us back thirty years to where it all began with the publication of Many Lives, Many Masters, as well as teach us what he has learned along the way.

During this all-day event, you will have an opportunity to:
• Discover extraordinary details about your past
• Release old phobias and fears from prior lifetimes
• Practice revolutionary healing visualizations and meditations
• Harness the power of love and understanding to transform your life
• Understand about your soul mates and soul companions
• Discover new tools for developing your intuition and psychic abilities
Join Brian Weiss as he opens unexpected doors into the astonishing realm of past-life regression, while he guides participants through the process, step by step!
Registration Information
Books/Conference Materials
Our on-site conference bookstore will offer a wide selection of specially priced books, audio programs, and gifts
Autograph Sessions
Brian will autograph books at the conclusion of the event. For more information, please visit the onsite Bookstore.
Registration passes
Passes are non-refundable.
Important information about your passes:
Your event passes can be viewed and printed from your Hay House customer account:
The event passes will appear in your customer account under “Upcoming Event Passes”

You’ll need to print your event passes and bring them with you to the event as this is your pass into the event.
If you have any questions please call Hay House Customer Care at 800-654-5126.
Venue Seating Description
This Event is open seating – first come, first served.

Special Needs
Hay House, Inc. is committed to making its activities accessible to all individuals. If you have a need under the American Disabilities Act, and would like to submit a request for accommodation, please call the Customer Care Department at 800-654-5126 or email to Hay House Customer Care. Your particular need will be communicated to a specialist from our Events Team, who will consider whether any changes are necessary for effective communication. Please keep in mind that this is an Open Seating event, and in fairness to all those attending, we encourage early arrival for increased seating options.

Seats are Limited-Register Early and Save!
For additional details on this event please call 800-654-5126 and visit

Bill allowing counselors to reject patients based on “personal beliefs” passes state House

By : Wire Report
Comments: 0

Share this story:

Nashville, Tenn. (AP) – A bill that would allow counselors to turn away patients based on sincerely held personal beliefs has passed in the House in Tennessee and is close to getting to the governor. The Senate, which already passed the measure, still has to approve an amendment adopted by the House.

The bill passed 68 to 22 following a rancorous debate on the House floor.

Continue Reading >>

Kansas Senate passes religious protection bill

By : Wire Report
Comments: 0

TOPEKA – A proposal in Kansas for protecting religious groups on public college campuses that want to restrict memberships to like-minded believers is advancing in the Republican-dominated Legislature, and a leading gay-rights advocate calls it “a license to discriminate.”

The state Senate approved the measure March 19 on a 30-8 vote, sending it to the House. Supporters say it allows groups to require members to adhere to common, sincerely held beliefs without having to take in non-believers.

Continue Reading >>

Oklahoma House passes bill shifting marriage license authority from state to clergy

By : Wire Report
Comments: 1

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma House has approved legislation that shifts the issuance of marriage licenses from the state to members of the clergy.

House members voted 67-24 for the measure March 10 and sent it to the Senate for consideration.

Continue Reading >>

Senate passes LGBT workforce protections bill

By : Staff Report
Comments: 0

In a 64-32 vote, the U.S. Senate has voted to approve the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).

The bill outlaws workplace discrimination against gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. 54 Democrats and 10 Republicans voted in support of the legislation.

Continue Reading >>