Out of Body Experiences: How to Have Them and What to Expect (Anglais) Broché – juin 1997
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This is the comprehensive manual for inducing out ofbody experiences and managing the experience Peterson not only explores the stages of his own development, but, also, concludes each chapter with a specific exercise that takes you to the next level.
From wiggling out of your body for the first time (the author did a back flip his first time) to travelling through other realms and dealing with your "encounters,", this is one of the most practical, step-by-step guides to OBSs available. He clearly demonstrates out this consciousness-expanding experience is accessible to anyone willing to make the leap into the great beyond. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .
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Peterson a testé pas mal de chose et les techniques qu'il présente sont efficaces.
Dans la lignée de Monroe ou Buhlman, c'est un chercheur qui nous livre ici ses expériences incroyables comme ses essais pour briser la corde d'argent.
Robert Peterson est une personne formidable.
Faisant moi même des projections je recommande cet auteur.
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He talks about his experiences in short stories which is easily digested and with each chapter he has exercises that you can do to have OOBE. He writes not only how to have OOBE but as the title of the book implies "what to expect" when you do have them so you will be prepared and not totally off guard.
For example, he talks about the silver cord and how things are a little different in the astral than in the physical. The last chapter of the book has a detailed method of getting out of the body.
However, I wish he wrote about some of the struggles that he had and how long it took for him to have some of his OOBE. I think it is important to have people understand that for most people it will take time and effort and dedication. And by reading about some of his failures, readers won't be too discoruaged when they don't have OOBE as soon as they want. Instead they will say, "Hey, he had difficulties too and still accomplished OOBE. I'm like him and if he did it, I can do it too!"
Again, I would highly recommend this book for anybody who is interested in having OOBE. It is easy to understand and doesn't have the esoteric "mumbo jumbo" that are found in some of the other books.
As always, there are what is considered 'essential books' in any subject matter. I feel that this book ranks with the essential books in the field of OOBE. Some of the other essential books, in my opinion are, Journey Out of the Body by Robert Monroe, Adventures Out of the Body by William Buhlman, Astral Dynamics by Robert Bruce and Rick Stack's book(I can't remember the title). There are more but these are from more recent times and may be easier to understand and read than some of the older books.
It's important to have good books to read(this is one of them) so that your subconscious is saturated with the subject so that it knows that you are serious about having OOBEs. Good luck in having OOBEs and remember not to get discouraged and keep at it.
Peterson explains his experiences with OOB states (and other interesting effects on his life) in a very straightforward manner. No jargon to wade through, no assumptions to be swallowed (other than "gee it'd be cool to wander around outside my body"), and no apparent agenda other than a clear desire to let people know what he's figured out about the subject.
Some books tend to leap into esoteric explanations of (as an arbitrary example) "the seven spheres of astral existence" or the like, without much of a solid attempt to back up their assertions. A "believe me, because I know lots" attitude. Peterson's book instead carefully walks you through his own experiences, allowing the reader to see how he figured out some things, and how others still don't make sense. In other words, it sounds just like how you'd expect an honest guy trying to report some totally weird experiences would sound.
Everything he writes about in the book comes from his reported personal experience. When dealing with a subject as unconventional as OOBs, it really helps to be shown a clear picture of the exact process the author went through, from first experience, through explorations, side effects, up to the point where it's become enough a part of the author's life to begin sharing what he knows. And basically that's what we get here, along with quite a lot of specific techniques for skewing the scales in favor of getting some results of your own.
Robert Monroe had more, deeper, and better-understood OOBE's. Peterson definitely got out there, but his insights were not as good. I think some of his interpretations may be just plain erroneous. Also, Peterson often had a lot of trouble getting out. It's clear from his list of exercises for developing consciousness and getting OOB that he has a particular mindset or mental type which is different from Monroe's (and from mine). It doesn't have to be that hard to "get out," so Peterson is probably experiencing doubts, fears, ambivalence. Or maybe he has a different astral er, "constitution"?
That said, there are different flavors of ice cream for a reason, and for some people Peterson might be just the right one. I did like the way he included material about working, riding the bus to work, etc. which brought the whole body of material "down to earth", made it more believable, and showed the reader how Peterson fit into the everyday world.
This book is available for free online.
This book has it all. Peterson builds off of other books that he has read about Astral-Projection / O.B.E.'s which is a great help because it fills in the gaps that leave you questioning when you read other similar books. This book is a mix of "Soul Traveler" by Albert Taylor and the Monroe books. Both i highly recomend reading (i actually have yet to read the Monroe books). Between each chapter, Peterson gives exercises for performing O.B.E. The exercises get harder as your progress further into the book.
I cannot stress that you must be patient. You must be motivated. It will happen, and most of the time fear and doubt are what stop you but with proper guidance (eg. this book) you will get there and reach a whole new realm (literally) of understanding. Life, as you know it before O.B.E., will reach a whole new exciting level beyond your wildest dreams. Not only that, you have the opportunity to find answers to questions. See your Spirit Guides/Guardian Angels. Go anywhere, and i mean anywhere, and not just imagine being there but being there as if you were physically there.
Being a Computer Science major, I was especially drawn to this book because Peterson was also a programmer. This meant we viewed things in a similar manner. Both scientifically and logically. I would always try to find scientific reason for things that happen. Everyone should too. But as Peterson progressed in his experiences and found that he couldn't explain them scientifically, he was still able to conjure up logical reasons. To me, it was like living my life w/out anyone else understanding my thoughts, questions, and desires of the higher understanding then i read this book and i see so much parallelism.
This book is great for even the more skeptic believer.
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