It may feel as familiar as falling out of bed, or as startling as waking up near the ceiling in the middle of the night. It could also occur as you lie on an operating room table with your heart stopped, or as you await the arrival of medics following a highway crash. Defined by the sensation that your mind and your body exist in separate places, it is called the out-of-body experience, or OBE. There is no guarantee that the reader will have an OBE, but the chances are greatly increased and these experiences can then be used to enhance creativity and learning potential, improve relationships and increase personal power and gain a new sense of freedom.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Gearing up: through the looking glass; altered states; a sound approach; "sentimental journey"; the louvre method; return ticket; let's get physical. Part 2 Taking off: rising above it; a room with a view; being there; shopping spree; within you and without you; unfinished business; days of future past. Part 3 Gaining altitude: nocturnal flights; no place like home; the sound of music; jacuzzi in the sky; memory lane; free flight sex; erotic variations. Part 4 Flying: the night watch; the morning after; orgasmic flights; time travel; metamorphosis; extended perception; extended communication. Part 5 Free flight.