Reincarnation: One Woman’s Exploration of Her Past Lives by Marilou Trask-Curtin (Author)


As a three-month-old baby lying in her grandmother’s arms, author Marilou Trask-Curtin had the fantastic experience of remembering herself in other bodies, times, and places. In this fascinating book, she tells the stories of soul lessons and past-life relationships that were too powerful to ignore. With a supportive community of like-minded seekers, Trask-Curtin achieves a remarkable transformation, and now she is able to affirm this important fact: Reincarnation is real.

It’s not easy for anyone to move past the limiting teachings of our culture, but Reincarnation shares a comforting idea— death is not the end, but rather a glorious new beginning. Join Marilou as she explores her soul’s path, returning again and again to fulfill what was unfulfilled in other lifetimes. With the true stories of Marilou’s remarkable experiences, this book reaffirms that empathy, forgiveness, and unconditional love are our soul’s most important lessons.


Marilou Trask-Curtin authored In My Grandfather’s House: A Catskill Journal (ProStar Publications, 2006), Dreaming of the Dead (Llewellyn, 2012) and Reincarnation (Llewellyn, 2014). She was also an award-winning playwright and a screenwriter. Sadly, Marilou passed away in January 2015 just before the release of her final book Three Journeys to Heaven. Visit her website at MarilouTrask-Curtin.com.

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Marilou Trask-Curtin on Schenectady Today

Marilou Trask-Curtin — Author “Dreaming of the Dead: Personal Stories of Comfort and Hope” will join us. Her first book was “In My Grandfather’s House: A Catskill Journal” (a memoir). She is currently working on several book projects, which she will tell us about. She is an award winning screenwriter and playwright.
Website: http://www.mariloutrask-curtin.com

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