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The content of the book is very good for a beginner or if it is your first book in this subject. It is very easy to understand. The author has a pleasant voice and I like the dynamics of his style. If you are a buddhist, you will not find anything new here but the part of astral projection and its advantage. He does not go deep into details and exercises about how to get your experience, but in my opinion there is not many things to say anyways. You need to learn how to relax well and let your body to fall a sleep mean while you try to keep yourself somehow awake at the same time (very strange concept). He suggests 3 types of projection and you choose one that it is better for you. I recommend you to try to exercise the one you choose with visualization until you almost can see the thing well in your mind. I like to image that I am floating or flying. I had prior experiences and it was a long time ago when I was studying the subject in my country. To be honest, in a way, it is very scary because it is something new and you don't have much control of what is going on. It's like learning to ride a bicycle in the middle of a busy city. As soon as you realize, you are out of your physical body and if you don't keep yourself calm, you will rush yourself back into the body. When this happens, it sounds like a fluttering of the wind in your ears (if that make sense). It feels like you are falling from high altitude to a deep valley very fast. The experience is so real that you don't have any doubt that it happened. It is not a creation of the mind because it is real as I am here looking into my computer writing this. When you are out of your body and aware, the cloud like sensation of the dream disappear and everything looks more bright and vibrant and it has a different feeling that I cannot describe. Going back to the book, the last chapter has an hypnotic type of induction that it will help you to get in a trance consequently helping you to detach yourself from the physical body. His voice and the sounds that he chose to use, could not be better. It is very well done with exceptional skill. But first, before you listen to this part, I advise you to learn to relax and learn visualization. (get a book about this subject if you need). As you do this over and over again, and the time goes by, you will have your experience but you need to be very patient. And remember, always ask for protection because there are lots of negative energy around us and you don't want them to come close to you (when they are very negative they don't look nice, if you know what I mean). Overall I recommend this book.
19 of 19 people found this review helpful
The book is awesome. The hypnosis is relaxing. It is very frustrating to be woken up by "Audible hopes you've enjoyed this program!" It is very startling when you're in such a deep sleep. I wish there was a way to trim that out.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Let me start by saying that I am a huge fan of Craig's work. This was always going to be a difficult one, which Craig admits to from the outset. Actually, I think many people are in fact ok with the whole 'pseudoscience' thing. All this means is that whilst there is some evidence for something, there is not enough evidence to call that something a fact. This could apply equally to both creationists and atheists for example- God can neither be proven or dis-proven. I think this is by design and for good reason. After a generalised first chapter which duplicates Craig's other work (and also serves to promote his other material), the book then moves onto the subject matter. Well, actually what happens is that following on from his statement that God doesn't exist, he then goes on to discuss that we are all 'fragments of an eternal and divine being'. That sounds like God to me! And therein lies the first fault with this audiobook. There are plenty of 'facts' which are unsubstantiated and in contradiction. There is little discussion on the subject matter (25 minutes at best) and what is stated can be found by way of a quick 5 minute internet search. Even the hypnosis session is not that great. By all means buy as a curiosity. If you are seriously interested and want considerably more substance, be sure to check out Steve G Jones's excellent body of work on this. Or alternatively, get one of Craig's other (and considerably better) audiobooks.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
I really enjoyed this book and it is one will listen to again and again. Can’t go wrong with this one.