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Reviewed by Gisela Dixon for Readers' Favorite
Going Below the Water’s Edge: Past Lives, Reincarnation, Inner Self by Ronald S. Fehribach is a riveting, autobiographical account of Ronald’s path towards self-discovery and his knowledge of reincarnation. This book combines elements of philosophy, the power of the conscious and unconscious mind, mysticism, hypnosis, psychology and more in a compelling account of one man’s journey into the realm of his past lives and what it all means to him. This book begins with a collection of excerpts related to reincarnation from well-known people as well as the religions of the world, including certain aspects of ancient Hindu and Buddhist beliefs of reincarnation. The book then moves on to describing Ronald’s experiences with reincarnation in first person through hypnosis with his counselor.
Ronald Fehribach writes in a direct, personal way that reaches the audience on a human level. Ronald’s writing is easy to read and understand and, in fact, at times he is able to convey complex theories in a simple, straightforward, heart-to-heart talk manner. I enjoyed reading this book tremendously because it offers a rare, first-person account of one man’s journey towards self-awareness through real question-and-answer sessions with his therapist. It is a must-read for anyone who is on such a journey themselves or for anyone interested in that most fundamental of questions: who am I? Ronald is an engaging writer and I am considering reading this book again as I believe this may be one of those books which, the more one reads it, the more one gets out of it. Overall, I highly recommend this book.