You Were Born Again to Be Together: Fascinating True Stories of Reincarnation That Prove Love Is Immortal (Paperback)

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Discover the classic guide to past-life regression that reveals how soulmates are reunited across the ages, from renowned psychic researcher Dick Sutphen.

"There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that romantic partners, together in this lifetime, have been together before . . ."

After being hypnotized and shown his own past lives, Dick Sutphen went on to become a practitioner of hypnosis and past-life regressions. Over the years, he worked with many people and discovered the importance of karma: that we have lessons to learn, and if we do not do so in one lifetime, we will encounter them in another lifetime. Other people are instrumental in our learning these karmic lessons, and we can be tied to certain individuals in life after life.
In this book, Sutphen shares regressions with several clients and includes transcripts of their sessions. In hearing their stories, we discover what these people came to understand about the challenges in their present lives after they looked to the past.
Originally written in 1976, You Were Born Again to Be Together remains a useful primer in shining a light on metaphysics and the amazing power of the human spirit.
Discover the classic guide to past-life regression that reveals how souls are reunited across the ages.

About the Author

Dick Sutphen (1937-2020) was an author, hypnotist, and seminar trainer. He was the author of more than 32 books and more than 600 hypnosis, meditation, and regressive hypnosis audio programs. His best-selling books, You Were Born Again to Be Together; Past Lives, Future Loves; and Unseen Influences have become classic metaphysical/self-help titles. Website:

Product Details
ISBN: 9781401965921
ISBN-10: 140196592X
Publisher: Hay House Inc.
Publication Date: October 26th, 2021
Pages: 264
Language: English



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