Astral Projection and the Nature of Reality: Exploring the OutofBody State

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Nov 7, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 320 pages
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Astral Projection and the Nature of Reality goes beyond preconceived notions about how to get out of the body and then back in, as well as the dimensions to which the outofbody adventurer can travel.

Magnus starts with a brief history of astral projection and then guides the reader through a stepbystep course for reliable projection. He explains how, once outofbody, we create our own astral world, and he offers techniques for understanding our mind and the nature of reality.

Magnus offers detailed exercises and proven techniques for reliably exiting your body; confronting the basic fears that can hold you back; taking advantage of psychic side effects; taming your mind; navigating a world in which you have the ultimate power to create; integrating the lessons you learn from OBEs into your everyday reality; replenishing your energy . . . and much more.

Plus, incisive journal entries of his many outofbody adventures will convince you that it can be done and give you the inspiration to go farther than you ever thought possible.


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This book provides information for those interested in out-of-body experiences, from preparation to execution to exploration. Software engineer and self-proclaimed interdimensional traveler Magnus ... Read full review

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Wow really helpful.. Is it true when you astral project your inviting evil spirits in your life?!


Prepare for Adventure
The Belief System
Astral Realities
Astral Projection Fears
Circle 2Getting Out There
If at First You Dont Succeed Simplified AP Technique
Circle 3Mind Your Step
Realities and Beliefs
Healing Addictions
Physical Attraction
The Worlds Beyond
Further Exploration

Exit Techniques

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