Traveling: An Accidental Expert's How To Leave Your Body Handbook
Lucid dreaming, astral projection, out-of-body experiences... There is much philosophical baggage implicit in these terms, but in this refreshing and humorous book Alan Guiden casts it all aside to present the most intelligible guide to 'traveling' outside the body that has yet appeared in print.
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