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A lot of made up terms.....
am 12. März 1999
I found the book hard to follow for several reasons. One reason is that I hadn't read either one of the author's two previous books and that might have helped as one of the earlier reviewers suggested. I also thought the style was too choppy and so it was hard to follow. You would be reading about some event and then the next few pages would be some philosophical dialogue which would be hard to follow. I found his terminology very very confusing. The "I-There" term was especially silly and not meaningful at all given how he described what it meant. He also contradicts himself several times and I found that disturbing. I understood he may have had one perception at the beginning of a journey and another at the end but you can't just change what something is supposed to mean without going back and acknowledging your earlier, different, comments. I also have to beg to differ in that I don't think he necessarily answers more questions at all. He left me with lots and lots of questions. Nothing was pinned down and it's just as fuzzy as before about an individual's experience after death of their physical body. I did however appreciate getting some insight into just how difficult it is to really comprehend this subject matter and why it's better that we just not worry about OBE and go about trying to live a full and happy life which is in a nutshell all we are supposed to do anyway. That is according to Robert.