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What do you do when you discover information that is before its time? What do you do when your curiosity takes you on an adventure that is so bizarre that there is nothing normal to relate to? This is what happened to Dolores Cannon in 1968, long before she began her career as a past-life hypnotherapist and regressionist. Travel back with us to that time when the words reincarnation, past-lives, regression, walk-ins, New Age were unknown to the general population. This is the story of two normal people, who accidentally stumbled across past-lives while working with a doctor to help a patient relax. It began so innocently, yet it crossed the boundaries of the imagination to open up an entirely new way of thinking at a time when such a thing was unheard of. It went totally against the belief systems of the time. It was so startling that they should have stopped, but their curiosity demanded that they continue to explore the unorthodox. The experiment changed the participants and everyone involved, and their beliefs would never be the same. Dolores Cannon is now a world-renowned hypnotherapist who has explored thousands of cases in the 40 years since 1968, and has written 15 books about her discoveries. Her books are translated into more than 20 languages. She is teaching her unique form of hypnosis all over the world. When she lectures people ask, "How did you get started on all of this?" This is the story of her beginnings. The book was written in 1980, her very first book. It has laid dormant, gathering dust, until now, waiting. Now is the time for it to come forth. Enjoy the adventure!

©2009 Dolores Cannon (P)2017 Dolores E. Cannon Living Trust

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I really wish all her books had audio versions...

Interesting to know how she started and great background information on the spirits and their experience.

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I am a believer!

I have thoroughly enjoyed this book and will go on to read more. Maybe I will be regressed myself one day.

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  • Diana
  • 18-05-17

One of the best Past Life books of many I've read

I read the hard copy of this book some years ago, but still found this audio book version gripping. It is the past life regression of one woman that goes back through American history and then back to early Europe and the greater reality spirit/soul entity realm.

The historic first-person views of rural American life and Chicago city life and rural/town/castle life in the United Kingdom and early Germany were realistic and all the details that could be confirmed later on via research made the regressions even more interesting - like little details of specific cars (like the Stanley Steemer or the Packard), who was the President/King/Queen at the time, names of cities, towns, rivers, streets. Names of people. Details of farm chores of earlier times that are no longer practices of today. Speaking in a different language.

Even more interesting was when the spirit/soul entity was asked to look at the JFK Dallas incident and what was described. And, another incident I hadn't heard of before, when a submarine called the Scorpion went missing. The description of the soul/spirit entity of the tall red-haired man and what he did was not one of the theories included in the books about this submarine listed on Wikipedia. This book isn't even listed on the Wikipedia article along with other books that covered the missing submarine - but that website is hard core materialistic.

The narration was good. I hope The Convoluted Universe series will be narrated too in the future. With a good narrator. That's important!

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  • shoppinggirl
  • 28-03-17

I loved it

Wow, this book is a lot of fun. I enjoyed the narration. Just more proof that spirituality isn't hocus pocus, and I love their practical outlook on the phenomenon. They thoroughly checked the source. There is no way someone could make this up, and it all happened in the late 60's! Blows my mind!

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  • JC
  • 11-08-17

Not what I expected

What disappointed you about Five Lives Remembered?

I felt this book was rather tacky in its production in as much as there were two narrators , one of which was the regression subject. they added an echo effect to her parts which made it sound more like an episode of star treck than a serious audio book. The content was tedious as it went through endless details of the past life that seemed pointless. ( what shoes are you wearing, what do you like to eat, ect) I'm a big fan of Brian Weiss and was expecting similar.

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  • D. M. Mansfield
  • 05-04-18

Fascinating Read

While the reading was rather dry, the story was compelling with proven past life data captured via recorded conversations. Strange but true, wow!

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  • Macro101
  • 03-12-17

souls mor stop myself frio listening

really interesting. first story almost made me stop. she just kept too long talking about mundane things. But after that... wow.

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  • MJG
  • 16-08-18

Lost me at Gretchen and Jesus

I really wanted to love this book. I'm very interested in Dolores Cannons work. I was following along and enjoying the idea that this was based on true events... but then Gretchen came along and the "German" narration was Just so bad and distracting. Then they brought "God" and "Jesus" into it and I felt I had been suckered into someone's religious agenda. There were several parts, other than that, that made me suspicious, though. Excuses about how they weren't able to check the viable details of certain places and events. there were lots of excuses in this area. Just couldn't finish it. Disappointed. I'm sorry, Dolores.

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  • DeAnn Johnson
  • 31-07-18

Still so worthwhile!

This book was written so long ago, yet is still so relevant. If you have any desire to read through her other works, this is such a tremendous place to start!

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  • eileen
  • 20-06-18

truth inside you

loved it! can't wait for the next one! it's a feeling you get inside yourself.

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  • Nancy Dark
  • 05-06-18

My favorite Dolores Cannon book by far

I was completely engrossed by each of the “lives” of the person that they write about in the book as well as the story of Dolores and her husband. Regardless of your stand on reincarnation, you’ll find this book an amazing read.i could not put it down.

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  • Rob
  • 30-05-18

Wonderful insight

We need more people like this wonderful lady who gave herself and life to furthering her knowledge and empowering the rest of us to-yearn for knowledge and understanding. Thank you Dolores. You’ll be missed greatly.