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The Search for a Soul: Taylor…

The Search for a Soul: Taylor Caldwell's Psychic Lives (1973)

by Jess Stearn

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This book recounts author Taylor Caldwell's hypnotic regression sessions and the resulting evidence of reincarnation. The "experiences" revealed in her prior lives have found their way into themes, situations, and characters sprinkled throughout her many books. One recurring theme, the age-old battle between Good and Evil, that appears as foundation for many (if not all) of her books is further revealed by her recurring incarnations. Fascinating... ( )
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'Tell me,' said Taylor Caldwell, 'that I don't have to go through another life like this one.'
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One of Jess Stearn's most dramatic and provocative explorations of the hidden dimensions of man's mind, this book delves into the psychic lives of bestselling novelist Taylor Caldwell. A skeptic about reincarnation, Miss Caldwell agreed to undergo hypnosis "in the interests of setting the theory of reincarnation to rest." Yet once in a trance, she lapsed into memories of other lives and other places-lives which make fascinating narratives in their own right, places that provide the background for many of her novels, memories that suggest a wealth of experience of which she has no conscious memory or knowledge. Drawing on his years of research in parapsychology and the writing skill that has made him a best-selling author, Jess Stearn tells an absorbing story, one that challenges our most comfortable assumptions about memory and immortality and casts new light on the work of an internationally admired novelist.
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