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At some point in our lives, we may ask ourselves the questions "who am I?" and "why am I here?". Out of Body into Life is a detailed account of some of the answers to these questions that led Kwame Adapa to realize the spiritual reality of human experience. Through out-of-body travel, also known as astral projection, Kwame explored the regions human souls go after passing through death. He also found answers to who he is as a soul, what ancient civilizations lie within the Earth’s caverns, and more about nature-spirit entities that cohabit our planet. Beyond Earth, Kwame was able to journey to other star systems and learn for himself the truth about the existence of life elsewhere in the galaxy. The book details 30 journeys at The Monroe Institute and more than 60 conscious out-of-body projections. Out of Body into Life also includes a description of the subtle realms of reality and provides methods and step-by-step instructions for how to achieve an out-of-body projection. By listening to this audiobook, you, too, can learn more about the greater reality that can be perceived via the phenomenon of out-of-body projection, some of what lies beyond the five physical senses, and a few methods you can follow if you also choose to project out of body to obtain your own experiences.

©2020 Kwame Adapa (P)2020 Kwame Adapa

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Full of information - recording could be better

I hesitated before picking this one up, as I've developed quite a sensitive BS detector given the prevalence of vapid content the genre is rife of.

When I started listening, though, I simply couldn't stop. 12 hours after I downloaded the book, I finished listening to its 9-hour-long content.

This impression will surely be different for each listener based on what they're looking for or what they've listened to in the past, but I personally found this book very refreshing in what it presents as information and how it does so. It begins with a brief-ish introduction of concepts related to non-physical theories. I greatly appreciated how much the author cares to include references of material that was used to learn related concepts (and I already know my next listen thanks to this).

The other positive trait of this book is the level of detail to which it goes in relating the author's experiences. The sheer number of experiences told in the book is of a richness that delights the listener. The telling of these experiences is of the kind you get from an observer, and not from an experiencer loading you with vivid imagery. In other words, you'll hear more of what the author planned, achieved, and evolved rather than how radiant the light or movements felt over and over.

The author seems like a spiritually active person that learned from many big names in the genre, including R.A. Monroe whose legacy he references many times - to my satisfaction.

If you've listened to many books in the category and became tired after waiting for the next, different book, you'll surely love this one. It also has a short list of how-to's for those interested. And the interesting bit is that even short as it is, this list has items that I heard for the first time here - really worth it.

The only one thing I'd change here is the recording, especially the first few minutes, which noticeably deviate from the usual HQ audible content with somehow uneven volumes as though the reader were moving their head while using a fixed microphone. The narration is good, but the recording can be improved. Also, please attach pictures of the drawings in a PDF!!

I wish I had regularly published books written like this one, books that excite and turn me on on many fronts at the same time. Thank you very much for taking the time to share these experiences and to do so in a way that also sets the listener on a new journey of learning.