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NEW! Heather's first book ...

Healing the Present from the Past: The Journey of a Past-Life Researcher

"... Heather Friedman Rivera's abrupt healing following a past-life regression began a quest of personal discovery and scientific investigation into past lives. Her experience, as well as reports from over 200 respondents from around the world, validate the spiritual, psychological, and physical healings that can result. She reveals her personal journey and the scientific findings from her past-life study." (from back cover)

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Heather Friedman Rivera has worked as a Registered Nurse for over 20 years and is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist specializing in Past-Life Regression. She earned her JD from William Howard Taft University distance learning program in 2002.

Heather trained with Dr. Brian Weiss (M.D.) at The Weiss Institute. The HMIWebTV interview about her research on past-life regression therapy, along with the opportunity to participate in Heather's research, may be found at:


Heather serves on the board of directors for the International Association for Regression Research and Therapies, Inc. (IARRT) as co-director of research. Her personal history with chronic illnesses prompted her to publish several articles on managing chronic illness, evaluating nutritional supplements, and utilizing holistic health approaches.

"It is important to document the validity of past life regression therapy. Heather Rivera's research has made an important contribution to this field, and I applaud her work." Brian L. Weiss, M.D., author of Many Lives, Many Masters.


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