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Get astral dynamics by robert bruce, its a great book

Tom I
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The meatiest technical book out there is “Astral Dynamics” by Robert Bruce. Here’s the sort of content you’ll find in it:

http://www.astraldynamics.com/tutorials/astral-projection/index.html

Despite containing little in the way of technique, Robert Monroe’s books are also pretty much essential reading to show how far you can take projection. “Journeys out of the Body” isn’t that special nowadays, but “Far Journeys” and “Ultimate Journey” take you way off the map…highly recommended! If you hoover these up and still want more, Bruce Moen series of books is an excellent way to continue.

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My brother has been obsessed with astral projection for 5 years. He’s a weirdo– he doesn’t work– his whole ambition in life is to astral project. He hasn’t been able to do it in 5 years, so my understanding is that it’s really hard to do. And he fasts for weeks without food in order to purify his body to astral project……….. seriously, if you find a way to do it then you should definitely spread the word because that is no easy feat to do. Personally, I think it’s a waste of time….. but whatever makes you happy, right?

Jill
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if you believe in jesus, youll shoot strate to heaven!

Ethan
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The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud.

This is just a general introduction to dreams. Astral projection is not specifically mentioned, but astral projection is just a different type of dream – it is not an entirely separate phenomena.

This also provides interesting background information for the “unconscious” and “subconscious” and it is more valid than most ‘New Age’ books on the market even though it was first published in 1899.