- Taschenbuch: 408 Seiten
- Verlag: Llewellyn Publications,U.S. (5. November 2012)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0738730793
- ISBN-13: 978-0738730790
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,8 x 3 x 23,1 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 211.274 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Demystifying the Out-of-Body Experience: A Practical Manual for Exploration and Personal Evolution (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 5. November 2012
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Luis Minero (Culver City, CA) graduated with honors in chemistry from Florida International University. He taught courses on OBEs, paranormal phenomena, and spiritual growth at Miami-Dade College from 1997 to 2002. He was the Director of the Florida International Academy of Consciousness (IAC) from 1999 to 2001, and has been the Executive Director of the IAC California center since 2003. He is currently the Administrative Director of the IAC globally. Visit him online at IACWorld.org.
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I have read, R. Webster, O. Fox, R. Stack, Leadbeater, R. Monroe, R. Peterson, R. Bruce, W. Buehlman, S. LaBerge, P. Dennett and others. Luis Minero stands alone. This book is destined to become a new classic, it will be a manual for serious OBE enthusiasts for a long time to come. There are of course techniques to teach on how to do it, but Luis shows you the whole scene of other dimensions, the structure of reality and much more. You get bits and pieces from other books, but a coherent, complete and logical picture is what you will learn from this book.
Yes, there are new words to learn. That's needed though. Words carry energies (like everything else). People have associated meanings and prejudices with words. So to learn new things with ancient words (god, death, re-incarnation for example) is next to impossible. The material discussed is new and it is not. Probably, you come to feel that you know them from some unidentified time earlier in your existence. Be prepared, you still learn a lot. I did.
It is hard to understand things correctly, because a vast majority of us use a wrong frame, the established paradigm for the last four centuries, materialism. And that is why we miss understanding. With a correct sub-structure, a new paradigm, everything make sense, and hence achievable now. Things are demystified and find their right place your mind. Way surpassed my expectations the book is well organized and easy to follow.
Don't believe in anything I wrote here (or Luis did in his book). Experiment! Have your experiences and grow. You've arrived.
But even more importantly, it gives clear instructions for having OBE's. I enjoy the energy exercises that I've learned from this book, and I feel that they, by themselves, are helpful to my physical health and my spiritual development. I've been doing the exercises for about 3 weeks. So far, I've had a "flying dream" that may have actually been an OBE--I'm not sure. But, at the least, I feel that I'm developing the skills needed for having an OBE.
I've learnt a lot from this about the extraphysical theories of the Waldo Viera school, including the various dimensions of consciousness, how they're created, what the subtle/astral body is comprised of, and lots of other fascinating information. It is interesting to see how closely this aligns with the accounts of "Multidimensional Man" author Jurgen Ziewe, who I recently discovered.
The main complaint I have is his use of the words "soul" and "essence" to describe what persists after physical death. He also uses phrases like "you are the consciousness" in a way that implies there is some permanent essence that a person can identify with. This seems unfounded, especially when he seemingly contradicts himself later on in describing how the subtle/astral body is the result of our conditioning in believing we need bodies, and how it is our conditioning that is gradually shed as we move to higher, more refined dimensions, or "evolve". By the way, this whole cosmology very closely resembles that of Buddhism, which doesn't posit the existence of a self. It seems like unnecessary and unhelpful pandering to this Buddhist.
I do however appreciate his disclaimer in the introduction that the reader shouldn't believe anything in the book, but rather find out for themselves. This immediately won me over to what could otherwise have been an unpleasant expounding of wildly unconventional speculations.
The Kindle edition is great. All the accompanying pictures were clear, the digressions were nicely formatted under the various headings described, and there were copious links included to jump between chapters and sub-sections.
The chapter on techniques is highly detailed and is preceded by one on working with energies (perceiving subtle vibrations, removing "blocked" areas of coarse sensations, exercising chakras, etc.) which is said to make leaving the body easier.
In summation, this strikes me as a really great and inspiring introduction to the Out-of-Body experience
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