Astral Voyages: Mastering the Art of Soul Travel by Bruce Goldberg

By Bruce Goldberg

Free your self from the constraints of the earth aircraft and the legislation of house and time. Astral Voyages provides greater than sixty five workouts that educate you to soundly depart your actual physique and go back unhurt from explorations of the higher astral aircraft and the causal, psychological, or etheric geographical regions. you could even enterprise to the soul aircraft and become aware of the method of choosing your subsequent lifetime!

Dr. Goldberg unveils his paradigm of the thirteen dimensions, built from 25 years of expertise with hypnotic regression, development, and out-of-body reviews. particular scripts educate you for guided imagery astral voyage, lucid goals, having access to the Akashic documents, cabalistic projection, and complicated innovations resembling the Witch'’s Cradle and the 37-Degree approach utilized by the traditional Egyptians. different issues during this metaphysical e-book comprise astral entities, astral intercourse, astral therapeutic, and medical reviews on astral voyaging.

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You may explore your relationship with any person. Remember, your superconscious mind level is all-knowing and has access to your Akashic records. Now slowly and carefully state your desire for information or an experience, and let this superconscious mind level work for you. 1 PLAY NEW AGE MUSIC FOR 8 MINUTES 48 • Chapter 4 ! ! You have done very well. Now I want you to further open up the channels of communication by removing any obstacles and allowing yourself to receive information and experiences that will directly apply to and help better your present lifetime.

Cit. 12 S. Smith, The Enigma of Out-of-Body Travel (New York: Garrett-Helix, 1965). Astral Entities J ust what type of beings are you likely to encounter during your astral voyages? We will explore the answer to this question in depth in this chapter. , shamans used rituals placing themselves in communication with nonphysical entities. The Mystery Schools of ancient Egypt, Greece, Persia, Rome, and India also dealt with contacting spirits. This approach appeared to reach a zenith in the nineteenth century with the Spiritualism Movement.

In extreme cases these may manifest as two or more separate personalities, now termed Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), previously referred to as Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD). In reality, the personalities are attached entities. These subpersonalities may even be a carryover from a previous lifetime. A subpersonality may be formed when the individual is very young and it can remain attached, yet inactive, for many years. It is only when an additional traumatic event occurs that some of these fragments of the patient's being become activated.

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