The sequel to Monroe's Journey Out Of The Body is an amazing parapsychological odyssey that reflects a decade of research into the psychic realm beyond the known dimensions of physical reality.
©1985 Robert A. Monroe (P)2014 David N. Wilson
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Far Journeys is the second of Robert Monroe's trilogy and is my favorite. I've read the actual book twice already but listening to the audio version is a real treat.
Kevin Pierce is awesome as the narrator.
Journeys Out of the Body was interesting, but described Robert Monroe's observations when he was still questioning his experiences. In Far Journeys, this second book, there is more about his out of body experiences and Robert Monroe is a good writer. Even though I've read this book before, his eloquent usage of words makes revisiting his book just as enjoyable as before. I'm looking forward to the audio version of the third book of the trilogy, Ultimate Journey.
This single book had a tremendous impact on my life and beliefs. It was a catalyst in a mind expanding search for more information and changed the way I spend my time . . . this life.
I'm not certain this book is for everyone, but if a person is looking for answers as to why we are here, who we are, what we can do in this lifetime . . . there were quite a few answers in here (for me, your mileage may vary.) And, the story that winds through these pages is simply amazing.
It's another of many books that are becoming available these days about Consciousness beyond the brain matter contained in our skulls.
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I would have liked to but the information presented precludes any dream of it. Half way thru I was so shaken I had to stop and spend time to get a handle on what Monroe is saying. I always thought I was not my body. Monroe provides the rest of the story.
This book should be required reading in all senior highschools.
This was an incredible piece of writing by Robert Monroe. anyone with an interest in consciousness, oobes, life after death, or Life's purpose should read this. a must read!
Great narration. Mind blowing. Totally engrossing, and believable (in a sense)... Loved it.
A journey through some very wild territory.
Very enjoyable listening both due to the content and the excellent quality of the reader (Kevin Pierce). Kevin Pierce is the best reader that I've heard on Audible to date. I listened 2 1/2 times through to really get everything out of it that I could. Robert Monroe, the author, provides a very interesting history of Earth. I look forward to my own out-of-body experiences so that I can find out about all this stuff for myself.
Robert Monroe is to stepping out of the body as Tesla and Edison were to the pioneering electricity. This is one of Monroe's second book. I suggest reading them in order as they could be read independently, but they'll be more understandable, instructive, and informative if you read them in the order in which they were originally released.
The narrator is very articulate, easy on the ears, has a gentle cadence that keeps you listening in a relaxed way without zoning out. Almost as though he's reading it in front of a group of people around a fireplace. Nice.
Yes, My mother has terminal cancer and sharing this with her, uplifted her outlook on the inevitable.
Good question and I don't have a good answer yet.
I would say extreme, but it does illicit a very tense feeling of knowing.
Listen to the audio without distractions.
Please do listen to Robert's amazing accounts. Use his story and insight to help open pathways to discover and experience truths for yourself. Thank you Robert for sharing this invaluable information.
great story and very well narrated , bob monroe has laid down a road that has made it very easy for us to follow.
A very instructive manual. Much knowledge and guidance for those who are inquisitive and aware. Very well read. Some descriptions need concentration, but very well worth applying your mind. Love the epilogue, good guide for life.
"Love these books!"
I loved reading the Robert Monroe books and loved listening to them. The narrator does an excellent job. I hope they create an audio book for the third title.
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