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This is the spiritual explorer's guide for the 21st century. Listeners interested in out of body experiences, lucid dreaming, remote viewing, psychokinesis (aka telekinesis), energy healing, mediumship, and contact with UFOs will gain tremendous insights and practice tips by listening to this audiobook. Those who have struggled with abusive spiritual teachers and high-demand groups will gain insights, and hopefully find support, by hearing the author's experience with these issues as well. Learn how he reclaimed his power, and how you can too.

Part One is the spiritual memoir of Sean McNamara, meditation teacher and consciousness explorer. In this groundbreaking work, he reveals his core psychological drives and the events of his life which caused him to question everything and look into the deeper nature of reality. Follow him on his travels around the world, and learn about his experiences, good and bad, while under the tutelage of various teachers. By the end, he shares intimate experiences he never revealed publicly before this publication.

Part Two includes essays which go even deeper into specific topics.

Part Three includes step-by-step instructions for having lucid dreams and out of body experiences.

Finally, this audiobook will help the listener prepare for when it's time to cross over, as much as it will prepare them to engage a deeper part of life now, in this world. Intelligent, entertaining, inspiring, emotional, provocative, and educational. This audiobook is not only about the author's personal quest, it's about yours.

©2020 Sean McNamara (P)2021 Sean McNamara

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Fantasic!

This book is much more than just the best “How to” on OBE’s and lucidity, it is Sean’s adventures in life, love and experimental spirituality. It is raw, colorful and relatable. You might be laughing out loud one chapter and the next, frustrated with how many obstacles “like other people and organizations” can impede our path to enlightenment. As a scientist, I appreciate Sean’s curiosity, lack of dogma and his emphasis on procedure and data analysis. As a life long learner, I also appreciate Sean’s encouragement and his knowing that persistence will pay off. His “guru” warning signs are priceless for helping you avoid a costly path of dependence without the spiritual benefits you really seek. Enjoy the dangers and delights, and take my advice to learn what you can from this experienced renegade mystic.

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Worth the credit, but hard to classify

If you're drawn to this book by the consciousness exploration theme, you'd better note that there's more here than just that. It's the author's memoir, among other things. Perhaps the most extraneous part of the book is the focus on the author's religious organization and its leader.


Beside the above, the author presents his spiritual journey from early age, including the questions that drove it. He'll eventually realize that OBEs are one reliable way to obtain answers to his questions. From there, you're going to listen to extracts from the OBE journal and pick up on the influence by Buhlman and Monroe. There's very little guidance on how to achieve these experiences, and that may be a good thing depending on how much one has already learned.


The narration is probably the best part of the book. Both narrators are excellent, although the lady only participates by narrating introductory sections.