- Paperback: 159 pages
- Publisher: Sterling (1 Jan. 1990)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0806973064
- ISBN-13: 978-0806973067
- Product Dimensions: 21 x 1.3 x 27.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,059,531 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Astral Projection Workbook: How to Achieve out of Body Experiences Paperback – 1 Jan 1990
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I also enjoyed reading the experiences of other people throughout time who have managed to project themselves. All in all a very informative book on a difficult subject.
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That was years ago, and when I recently wanted to revisit the subject and begin practicing again, I knew this was absolutely the book I wanted to re-read and follow.
I'm a metaphysicist and recommend this book for anyone (yes, beginners to advanced). You will learn something from this book even if you are already an adept projectionist.
Very happy, certainly recommend.
Brennan clearly differentiates between etheric projection and astral projection, how they are similar and how they differ, and treats them separately. The common or likely feelings one will have, or experiences one may have, are different; Brennan tries to deal with normal fear, expectations, safety, and what is possible on the various planes. In terms of inducing projection, there are various exercises for relaxation and meditation, as well as coverage on various tricks some have tried or that have worked in a variety of cases.
For the astral plane, Brennan moves closer to various astral doorways, typically meditational devices or mandalas, including I Ching hexagrams, Tarot, the Kabbalistic Tree of Life & Sephiroth (rising on the planes as done by Dion Fortune and others), tattwas, etc. Each has its potentialities; Brennan's discussion is not meant to be a complete analysis of each.
In short, Brennan's book is not so much a general discussion as it is a series of ideas and exercises in the loosening of the astral body and the presentation of many ideas on how to bring about an enjoyable, safe, and spiritually enlightening experience. It is clear, accessible, and rich in information, ideas and inspiration. Highly recommended for the students of this topic.