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Muldoon for the Millenium,
This review is from: Astral Dynamics: A New Approach to Out-of-body Experiences (Paperback)
Most affeciandos of astral projection would probably agree that the 20th century's master projector and writer of "The Projection of the Astral Body" did most to introduce the topic in a scientific and detailed manner to the public. His three books on the topic go into considerable detail how to achieve an out of body experience. However, those who know of Robert Bruce's freely given service on the Net to practitioners of astral projection and energy work, are delighted to have, at last, a work which I am convinced will go down as the 21st century's classic in this field. Robert has gone into very great, and readable, detail into many of the aspects of projection which have puzzled those of us lucky enough to have experienced it. For example, "dual consciousness" and the annoying, habitual failure to remember a lot of astral experiences. He has had over 25 years practice in projection and has tested himself constantly with seemingly endless patience - incidentally the one attribute those of us not so proficient as Robert have to acquire. He uses the concepts of "shadow memories" and "copies of conciousness" in the various inner bodies which make eminent theoretical and above all, practical sense in accounting for these things difficulties. There are many books which have concentrated ( too much) on the theoretical aspect of projection which tends to confuse the enquirer since there are conflicting claims provided regardless of topic discussed, but Robert's book is extremely useful and written in a very helpful, sympathetic manner.He also provides his unique "New Energy ways" to help develop astral projectuion since most readers will know that energy has to be built up in a conscious manner to enable the astral body to have any sort of prolonged and satisfactory excursion. I have, personally, over 100 books in my possession concerning astral projection in my collection and I have no hesitation in putting this at the top of my list.
Thoroughly recommended to the beginner and the practitioner who wants to find coherent and detailed explanations as to why difficulties arise during attempts to achieve this primary spiritual activity..