Far Journeys

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Doubleday, Dec 1, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 290 pages
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We had a battle of magic at Odd Street School! A magician came to do a show and he tried to hatch a scary Zombie Bird out of a silver egg. Eekyfreak! But thanks to Bianca's trombone, a secret trapdoor, and Martha being invisible ... the Zombie Bird turned out to be the funniest thing ever ha ha! (If you're scared of magic like our friend Ellie, don't worry. This book won't turn you into a frog. Or a rabbit!) Hope you like it, and thanks for reading this BLURB!

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Review: Far Journeys (The Journeys Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Emlyn Lewis - Goodreads

Interesting, creative & the weirdest adventures of of body. The writer expects you to have had an out of body experience by now. If you have'nt then this book is like trying to understand a foreign language while cooking a complicated dish Read full review

Review: Far Journeys (The Journeys Trilogy #2)

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Only 4 Words "It Changed My Life" Read full review


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Raymond A. Moody, M.D., author of the bestselling "Life After Life," interviews people who were pronounced dead yet came back to life, and conducts a visualization that simulates the exhilaration of passing from life to death -- and back again.
Robert A. Monroe," "author of the bestselling "Journeys Out of the Body," teaches you to overcome the fear of dying, and demonstrates the use of Hemi-Sync to induce out-of-body experiences.
Richard Stack,"" lecturer on metaphysics and author of "Out of Body Adventures," teaches a step-by-step method of traveling out of the body as a spiritually enlightening experience.
Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D., researcher and author of "Lucid Dreaming," teaches you the ability to be "awake" and "aware" during your dreams, and how to control and guide them to explore your inner knowledge.

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