I am sad to report that my friend and teacher, Roger Woolger, died in November after a short illness. I was introduced to Roger by my friends Cathy and Patrick Sky, when I lived in Asheville, and right after I experienced my first past life regression almost twenty-five years ago. After I read his book, Other Lives, Other Selves, I knew I had to meet him and learn from him. Roger was an exceptional past life therapist, theorist about past life therapy, and writer. He had a keen mind and wit. He loved to recite (and write) poetry, and could do an amazing rendition of a Monty Python skit, complete with his native British “upper-class twit” accent. He was deep, and also hilarious. Roger stayed at our house many times over the years as he traveled and taught. Steve and I always looked forward to his visits, because we knew that we would learn something new about Shakespeare, Bach, or Paris, and we would all have a good laugh. Roger and I both admired William Blake and also good mystery writers. We would swap books and names of our current favorite authors. I felt I had really scored when Roger sent me the UK version of Stieg Larsson’s last book before it came out in the U.S. He knew I’d love that! I cherish one moment, in particular: we were eating dinner in our kitchen and were drinking a little too much wine and listening to Mitsuko Uchida playing Schubert piano sonatas. It was one of those perfect shared moments that brought us all to tears. I will sincerely miss Roger as both a friend and teacher. But I am glad that I can say to my clients, if you want to read one book on past life therapy, read his book, Healing Your Past Lives. He left a great legacy through his writing, teaching, and friendship.