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  • By La Coccinelle on May 6, 2009

    I had this book on my Amazon wish list before it was even released. I was really looking forward to reading it. Unfortunately, "Repetition" did not live up to my high expectations.I have read many books on reincarnation and past life regression therapy. The stories are usually intriguing. Here, though, I was rather bored. I'm not sure why. Perhaps I just couldn't identify with any of the anecdotes.My main issue, however, was with the idea of repetition and Cohen's ideas of how to "overcome" it, which seem (to me, anyway) like an attempt to override the inherent wisdom of our soul. If reincarnation is true, then repetition may indeed be a factor. However, Cohen seems to view it as a bad thing, a cycle that must be broken out of. How are we supposed to do this? By remembering a past trauma and experiencing the associated "emotional charge". Only then, she claims, can we break free of the cycle of repetition. To me, this makes little sense and seems akin to re-traumatizing ourselves. Our minds can suppress events in this life that may be harmful for us to remember; our souls may do the same thing with regards to past lives. Trying to override that mechanism for a quick fix seems arrogant at best, and potentially dangerous at worst. Repetition, as painful and monotonous as it may seem, sounds like a much gentler way of dealing with what our souls have chosen to deal with. Do we cure PTSD patients by throwing them back onto the battlefield so they can re-experience the "emotional charge" that hurt them in the first place? Of course not. So why should we attempt to do something similar when it comes to past lives? (Note that I'm not saying that we shouldn't remember things at all. Past life regression therapy depends on remembering. However, sometimes simply knowing what happened is enough; there may not be a need to experience the intense emotions and potentially compound the original trauma.)I've been hesitating to write this review because I never actually finished the book. I keep picking it up, but end up putting it back down. There may be some value in writing your life story and then changing it (one of the exercises in the book), but I haven't tried it. I was too put off by some of the author's statements (interpretations passed off as facts) and the whole "let's re-traumatize ourselves" message to really read the rest of the book in depth.When it comes to past life regression therapy, I don't know if Cohen really needed to reinvent the wheel (or put her own spin on it... no pun intended). I think Dr. Brian Weiss's books do a much better job of exploring these themes and giving people an idea of the power of regression therapy.Overall, I would not recommend this book. Instead, I would suggest any of the books by Dr. Brian Weiss, including "Many Lives, Many Masters", or "Healing Your Past Lives" by Roger Woolger.

  • By Joan S. Davis on January 30, 2010

    The psychology of past life, and also earlier in this life, healing of the memories - is EXCELLENT! This is a book to keep out on your desk, etc. and USE!! Also fits in well w/ Course in Miracles work and also E. Cayce material. Very,very good stuff!!

  • By Nancy A. Almasy on November 8, 2008

    If you want to learn how to stop repeating the same old patterns of your life this is a must read. Dr. Cohen's 7 steps really do work. I love this book and would recommend it to anyone who wants to break free of their repetitive ways and learn how to move forward.

  • By LuckyGrrl on December 15, 2008

    I am very intrigued with this concept of past lives and how they impact our current one. The book is well written and easy to follow.

  • By Linda J. Schiller-Hanna on November 2, 2017

    Brilliant author, brilliant book. Says what needs to be said about the threads we repeat again and again to learn and wake up in this life. Will help you break denial as to your own role in the shadows of your unfullfillment and get on track at last.Deep insights and transformative tools.

  • By B. Dais on May 6, 2013

    Important information if you're ready to get the most painful problems in your life to disappear forever. Really. Start here and just DO the 7 steps. You will not believe the results. Are you ready to finally get rid of the stress and pain you live with every day? Do you want a happy life? Dr. Doris will give it to you. It's a gift. Right here. This brilliant and gifted woman is authentic. She can and will help you if you will only use this simple process.

  • By Donelle Sandeno on January 5, 2018

    Fabulous book. Very informative and engaging. I didn't want to put it down.

  • By Susan Gilmore on January 22, 2017

    I have been "rebirthing for about 2 years now, reading several spiritually aligned books, to release emotions, baggage and health issues.

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