Leaving the Body

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 30, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 192 pages
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How to induce a safe, controlled out-of-body experience using physical and mental methods.

Astral projection, the ability to “leave the body” at will, is a phenomenon that has long fascinated both the scientific world and the general public. If you have been curious about this strange power and are now ready to take your curiosity one step further, here is a complete guide to eight genuine methods that have been proven to induce out-of-body experiences. In plain, straightforward language, this realistic guide explains the techniques and potential applications of astral projection through dynamic concentration, progressive muscular relaxation, dietary control, guided imagery, and others.

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Page 2 - This certainly shook her; as apparently; the lady concerned had a mastoid operation and was just as I described. She was not allowed out of bed; and of course I hadn't been up at all. After several other details; such as the time by the clock on the wall (which had broken down) I convinced her that at least something strange had happened to me.
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