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A Simple Guide to the Out of Body Experience

Narrated by: Jeffrey A. Hering
Length: 5 hrs and 46 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Despite what you might think, learning the techniques necessary to induce out-of-body experiences is not difficult. It’s as natural as singing and dancing and is nothing more than a mental knack that can be learned by just about anyone. This little audiobook has several things going for it. It’s not too big, it won’t cost you much, and it’s written along strictly simple lines that anyone can digest, and, more importantly, it’s as truthful and straight to the point as I can make it. I won’t feed you a pack of lies or half truths to keep you listening either, and everything I tell you is based on my own experiences stretching back to the mid-1960s. It is not written for scientists or academics and is aimed squarely at ordinary folk possessed of nothing more than curiosity and an open mind. You can take any subject and dress it up whichever way you like, but the truth is that learning how to trigger an out-of-body experience is not hard, save for a few ground rules that need to be followed.

©2014 Stephen Aleppo (P)2019 Stephen Aleppo

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Dissapointed. Better books available on subject.

Very disappointed. The author clearly has experience with OBE's, but does not effectively communicate useful information for others to experience the same. His advise, based on his personal experiences, does not translate well and not very insightful. There are much better books on the subect (e.g, Robert Monroe). I read 80% of book and had to put down, it was a waste of time, I'm sorry to say. Great topic, not a great book.

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  • 09-14-19

He’s right, other authors never mentioned this!

The only person I’ve read that mentioned OBE is easier trigged by ‘stress’ than ‘relaxation’ etc, something I can relate from experiencing it. Valuable point of view, worth listening, easy language but the narrator geeesh it was like listening to tabloid news, it made it sound stupid, although it’s not.