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In 1958, a successful businessman named Robert Mornroe began to have experiences that drastically altered his life.  Unpredictably, and without his willing it, Monroe found himself leaving his physical body to travel via a "second body" to locales far removed from the physical and spiritual realities of his life. He was inhabiting a place unbounded by life or death.



Monroe recorded these experiences in two bestselling, landmark books, Journeys Out of the Body and Far Journeys.  Ultimate Journey, his final and career-defining work, takes us further than we thought possible--and reveals to us what it all means.



Ultimate Journey charts that area which lies "over the edge," beyond the limits of the physical world. It presents us with a map of the "interstate"--the route that opens to us when we leave our physical lives, with their entry and exit ramps, their singposts and their hazards.  It also tells us how Monroe found the route and travelled it, and uncovered the reason and the purpose of this pioneering expedition.  It is a journey that reveals basic truths about the meaning and purpose of life--and of what lies beyond.



After six hardcover printings, the trade paperback edition of Ultimate Journey, will offer an even wider range of readers this exhilarating reading experience, the masterwork of one of the most daring and original thinkers and explorers of our time. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .


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  • Relié: 303 pages
  • Editeur : Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group (avril 1994)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0385472072
  • ISBN-13: 978-0385472074
  • Dimensions du produit: 2,5 x 16,5 x 24,1 cm
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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Lemich Drakkar TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 14 janvier 2011
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Sur trois ouvrages publiés par Monroe, deux n'ont jamais été traduits en français, les lecteurs qui ne lisent pas l'anglais auront de son "corpus" que le premier ouvrage, celui qu'il a écrit au début de sa démarche. Car Monroe n'a pas enchaîné les livres, il les a publié chaque fois à 10 ans d'intervalle, comme s'il souhaitait ruminer le vécu de ces expériences avant de le transmettre à un large public. Cet ouvrage est le troisième et dernier de la série et donne de nombreuses clés supplémentaires sur l'univers qui attends le psychonaute qui s'aventure au delà des frontières du monde réel. Mais quel est ce monde réel, construit de toute pièce par nos sens et gisant avant tout dans notre esprit?

Les perceptions de Bob, est-ce du rêve éveillé, dont la permanence sort du commun, quand on la compare à l'univers fluctuant et chaotique de nos rêves et de nos rêveries? Est-ce un état second que beaucoup peuvent éprouver, même si certains en sortent apeurés par le fait de se retrouver au plafond ou dans des mondes intermédiaires? Ce qui est sûr, c'est que Monroe lui n'en avait pas peur et qu'il les a exploré. Et ça, c'est déjà un témoignage inestimable sur une capacité de l'esprit humain que notre belle civilisation technoscientifique réprouve par des quolibets sans fin (vous avez dit tolérance, respectivement curiosité?)...
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Par breizbhoy le 16 septembre 2011
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Superbe suite de far journey, assez vite compréhensible ( c'est en anglais ) pour ceux qui ne parlent pas anglais comme moi.
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"The wanderer cannot wait forever." 19 avril 2002
Par OAKSHAMAN - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Robert Monroe achieved his masterpiece in this volume. The final missing Basic became a Known. At least it did for him, and for those who take the time to contemplate it- or better yet, experience it for themselves. As for those who aren't yet ready for the truth, well, maybe on their next trip around....

Over the years I have been fascinated with Mr. Monroe's books. Here was a thoroughly left-brain type of individual (a successful engineer and business man) with an open mind. He wasn't a "convert" to the perrenial philosophy, no, he just totally reconstructed the core of metaphysical truth FROM SCRATCH. Or rather, he remembered. Mr. Monroe was no student of religion or metaphysics yet he reached a model of existance that is fully compatible with neoplatonism. We originate from a Creator beyond space and time, we descend into the holographic dream of space-time, we gain experience (along with our kindred sparks) through a varying number of lifetimes, our more evolved "higher selves" reach back through time and space to help ourselves at crucial moments, and we finally return back to the Creator bearing our hard-won gifts. He didn't get this from Plato, Plotinus, or the Upanishads- HE FOUND IT OUT FOR HIMSELF THROUGH DIRECT EXPERIENCE.

Oh yes, he even came to an understanding of M-field energy and manipulation techniques ( most call it magic and correspondence theory.) He also realised the truth of the rare few who "can do covertly anything imaginable- and much that we cannot imagine."

Well done, wanderer, well done....
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The "Bible" of the OBE Believer 11 janvier 1998
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Unlike his previous two books, Monroe answers many more questions than he raises. He has come full circle to tell the "truth" about who we are, why we are here and where we can go. More than a guidebook, this book is tantamount to being the Bible for those who believe in the reality of OBE's. Monroe ties all the loose ends together, in as tight a knot as he can, and is finally able to present to us that elusive jewel of insight-the reason for our human existence. It will (hopefully) change, in a fundamental way, how we view reality and our ourselves.
However, to truly appreciate and understand this book, readers should first familiarize themselves with his previous two works. Despite an introductory chapter intended to acquaint unfamiliar readers with his history and experiences with OBE's, Monroe quickly plunges into charting new territory and insights. This is not a how-to book but the author's firsthand experiences traveling out-of-body. Understanding these experiences are difficult enough to grasp by the initiated reader but they may be indecipherable to the unfamiliar. The author's writings are also heavily laden with his own terminologies for describing reality in "the other side." If not familir with his his style and his vocabulary, one could find him or herself a bit perplexed.
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The Outstanding Work of a Pioneer 11 avril 2004
Par Princelight-7 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In his previous books, Out of the Body Travels written in 1973, and Far Journeys published in 1987 Monroe does not quite attain the level he has reached with this his third and best book.

Now he has behind him more than 30 years of experience in astral travel and practice, which is clearly reflected in this excellent, pager turner narration. This last book of the trilogy is the frosting of the cake in relation to his last two, which were rudimentary works of a pioneer.

Monroe is convinced there will be complete emotional and astral freedom in the 35-century for himself, and the group of souls that comprises his oversoul. Sounds like a long time assuming time has the same meaning in other realities as it does here. (Which does not, since time is an illusion created by clocks calendars, the orbit of Earth around the Sun, rotating on its axis, and mortal mind beliefs).

"you make your own reality" and Monroe proved it while discovering reality is a hologram type of illusion one hundred percent mentally created and imagined. He does not try to mix his discoveries with superstitions of any sort but keeps his wonderful discoveries uncontaminated.

Eventually we all, at our right moment, will evolve to reach a merger with our personal oversoul who as well is in an endless adventure of progression.
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A Classic In Astral Projection Literature 24 mai 2000
Par C. Freeman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I first became aware of Robert Monroe in the late 70's and found him 'too deep' for my understanding. At the time I was about 18 or 19 years old. With time, and a neverending thirst for knowledge, my capacity for understanding has increased. I guess age does that to a person. After recently picking up a copy of this book, I realized that I enjoyed as never before, what this man had to say. His encounters read almost like a novel, with perhaps the most interesting being his experiences with what he called an INSPEC (Intelligent Species), a type of highly evolved being which serves as guide and mentor. Though he writes with great clarity and wit, he at times uses terminology that some readers might find a bit confusing, or dry (like reading a medical dictionary)! At these times it may be helpful to look past the jargon and see the total picture (story) rather than focussing on particulars (technical lingo). If you can do this you will get far greater enjoyment (at least I did) for your efforts. Know this: This book is well worth the read and in my humble opinion, is destined to become one of the classics in astral projection literature.
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One Man's Perspective, One Man's Philosophy 30 décembre 2011
Par Garam Masala - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Robert Monroe had more hands on experience in the astral than almost anyone ever will, while still having a functional physical body, and must be respected for that.

While a good read that held my attention (read it in 3 days, and Im a slow reader), some things irked me about his third book in the trilogy, and IMHO, was not quite as enjoyable as the previous two books.

(1) We all must remember that what he saw, what he experienced, was filtered through his own beliefs and mental structures, and are not necessarily an accurate representation of the "objective" reality that was being perceived, if there even is any such thing as an "objective" reality. One big irk was that I do not believe he saw his own perceptions as subjective, but rather as objective in nature, and did everything but explicitly claim that his perception was the correct one. I would advise against anyone accepting his personal interpretation of things as the "objective" way things are. As much as he derides belief systems, he sure built up a good one in this book and less so in the prior two.

(2) I felt this third book was a little scattered in its writing as well. It did not flow as smoothly as the previous two.

(3) The technical parts, as I call those parts where he explains the general mechanics, as he sees them, of the Great Beyond, were not enjoyable. Unfortunately, these technical sections could last for chapters at a time, and read like a technical manual (I am also critical of this with other authors on the subject as well, such as Robert Bruce).

(3.5) I also noticed that most of his personally coined terms were generally synonymous with many New-Age and/or Eastern terms. For example, his "I-There" was as much of an "Oversoul" as one could get without actually calling it an Oversoul. His "HTSI" (human time space illusion) rings around the planet mind as well have been called the 7 realms of the astral planes (coincidentally or not, the HTSI rings had 7 major levels, and are structured similarly), "Earth-Life-System" = physical plane; and this goes on and on. He did say he wanted to back away from terms that were attached to belief systems, but to me, it just ended up seeming unnecessary and at times, confusing.

(And judging by the second "most helpful" review: "The "Bible" of the OBE Believer", it seems the new terms have not evaded beliefs being attached to them as well.)

(4) I feel that he let the trilogy end on a down note. The very last 1/3 of a page out of 800 or so pages in the three books combined, really felt like a classic anti-climax; the trilogy was concluded with a personal doubt about if love lasts for long beyond the physical. A real downer at the end.

Ultimately, what he have here is NOT "The "Bible" of the OBE Believer", but one man's perspective, and one man's philosophy about what the other side is like. To understand where the perspective is coming from, we only need to look at the authors background and personality. He was for most of his life prior, and probably still after, his first OBEs, a personality in the vein of the classically trained, Western scientist of the mid 20th century (though not a scientist by profession), the perspective of which dominated the trilogy and foreshadowed all interpretations and conclusions reached.

Overall, a good book to read through if you thoroughly enjoy the subject of astral projection and are already primed in the subject, but reading the series in order is IMO, a must. If you are not technically oriented (ie, dont have a personality like Robert Monroe), you might find some chapters and some technical tangents difficult to get through.

If you are not primed in the subject already, I might recommend starting with another author, perhaps William Buhlman

As ol Bob says at the end of Far Journeys: "Pas de Lieu Rhone que Nous" (Paddle Your Own Canoe), and as Buddha said:

"Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense."
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