Through the Third Eye by Lynn Boston

This entry is part [part not set] of 1 in the series Third Eye Trilogy
  • Through the Third Eye by Lynn Boston

Book Review: 3 Treasure Boxes
First Book in the Third Eye Trilogy
Publisher: Lynn Boston Books (July 31, 2011), Format: Kindle Edition, File Size: 423 KB, ASIN: B005FFTI30

A new talent has been discovered, how to find famous historical souls who are incarnated today and regress them to discover their secrets. Part of the process is to stimulate the third eye to aid in obtaining information. But someone does not want this hidden knowledge to be revealed and will stop at nothing to keep the world in ignorance.
Through the Third Eye is the first book published by Lynn Boston, it is also the first book in the Third Eye Trilogy and it is a thriller. The story is told in a third person narrative primarily from the point of view of the two main characters: Shali and Clay.

This was a compelling book with an original concept. I was intrigued and captivated from the first page. I really liked how Mr. Boston reflected the historical souls. He relived the lives of people such as: Abraham and Mohammad, just to mention a few, showing what their lives were really like, opposed to what history said they were like. Of course this is all fiction, but still fascinating, using plenty of imagination. The regression process has been well thought out and is well explained in the book.

There was plenty of action and a number of shocking scenes, but the story did not really come to any kind of conclusion at the end of the book. I am anxiously waiting for the next book in the series to see where the story is going and what is going to happen next. I highly recommend this book and if you liked the Da Vinci Code, then you will love Through the Third Eye.

 My favourite quote from the book: “The objective of the session is hypnosis and regression of the subject to previous lives. This will be followed by attempted transition to the life between lives realm for interaction with the soul.”

 Question to Ponder: Do we reincarnate after death, do we go onto a different dimension or do we just turn into dust?

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2 thoughts on “Through the Third Eye by Lynn Boston”

  1. Submitted on 2011/09/27 at 6:40 pm
    Thank you very much for reading and posting your review of Through the Third Eye.
    Yes, your question is so appropriate after reading the book. I’ve tried to tell my readers not to ask that question before or during reading. Just accept it as fiction, as if it were a good zombie, vampire or alien novel, or maybe even a DaVinci Code novel as you suggested. After finishing the novel is the time to start asking that question of one’s self.
    It is interesting that one psychologist sent me an email after reading the novel and outwardly challenged me (paraphrased), “but there is NO scientific evidence that reincarnation is real and even if it were real, that one could be regressed to a past life.” I could tell that he was asking that question of himself – he did not know the answer.
    Another retired medical doctor in Europe sent me an email explaining how he had used hypnosis and past life regression in his practice when he could find no medical explanation of a problem. He explained how many times he found past lives in his patients that were the root of their present day problems. BUT, he was not convinced that reincarnation was real. This is because, despite many attempts he could not be hypnotized into a state deep enough to experience a regression. It was clear that he was frustrated because he could not answer that question.
    In my case, in building the background for Through the Third Eye, I did extensive research on the discipline of hypnotic past life regression. I underwent many hypnotic regressions, not unlike Clay and Shali did in the book. I then learned to do self-regression techniques. I can not (or will not) profess that we all have past lives through reincarnation. But I absolutely KNOW WHAT I SAW, and experienced and remembered during and after the regression sessions. Inside, I now know what I believe. Until we can find some sort of “scientific evidence” of reincarnation, this may have to be one of those things that we all need to sort out in our own minds and decide if we believe it or not.

    1. That is fascinating background. Your own regression experience must have really been life changing. I myself also believe in reincarnation, but I had not really given it much thought. I always believed we are here to learn our lessons and we keep repeating the experience until we “get” it. But as to the details of the souls progression through history and the soul pods, these are interesting concepts.


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