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School of Out-Of-Body Travel

School of Out-Of-Body Travel



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Michael Raduga
ISchool of Out-of-Body Travel
A Practical Guidebook 
First Editionwww.obe4u.com
Translated byPeter Orange
The practice of phase states of the mind is the hottest and most promising pursuit of the modern age. Unlike in the past, the notionsof “out-of-body experience” and “astral projection” have already losttheir mystical halo, and their real basis has been studied in minutedetail from the most non-nonsense approach. Now, this phenomenonis accessible to everyone, regardless of their worldview. It is nowknown how to easily master it and apply it effectively. This textbook gives each and every person something that previously could only bedreamt about - a parallel reality and the possibility of existing in twoworlds. This book is for pragmatic people who are not used to takinganything on faith or reading about empty theories. The book onlydeals with what works in practice, and nothing else.Proposals regarding translating and publishing this book and other works of M. Raduga may be sent to aing@aing.ru1
Table of Contents:
Part IEntering the Out-of-Body StateChapter 1 – General Background
The Essence of the Phase PhenomenonWhy Enter the Phase?The Lifestyle of a Practitioner Algorithm for Mastering the PhaseTypes of TechniquesContraindicationsRecommendations for Using the Guidebook Exercises for Chapter 1
Chapter 2 – Indirect Techniques
The Concept of Indirect TechniquesPrimary Indirect TechniquesSecondary Indirect TechniquesSelecting the Right TechniquesSeparation TechniquesThe Best Time to PracticeConscious AwakeningAwakening without MovingCycles of Indirect TechniquesHints from the MindAggression and PassivityStrategy for ActionTypical Mistakes with Indirect TechniquesExercises for Chapter 2
Chapter 3 – Direct Techniques
The Concept of Direct TechniquesThe Best Time to PracticeIntensity of AttemptsBody Position2
Duration of an AttemptRelaxationVariations of Using Direct TechniquesThe Free-floating State of MindAuxiliary FactorsStrategy for ActionTypical Mistakes with Direct TechniquesExercises for Chapter 3
Chapter 4 – Becoming Conscious While Dreaming
The Concept of Techniques Involving Becoming Consciouswhile DreamingTechniques for Becoming Conscious in a DreamActions to be Done when Becoming Conscious whileDreamingStrategy for ActionTypical Mistakes when Practicing Becoming Consciouswhile DreamingExercises for Chapter 4
Chapter 5 – Non-autonomous Methods
The Essence of Non-autonomous Methods for Entering thePhaseCueing TechnologiesWorking in PairsTechnologies for Inducing the PhaseHypnosis and SuggestionPhysiological SignalsChemical SubstancesThe Future of Non-autonomous Methods for Entering thePhaseTypical Mistakes with Non-autonomous TechniquesExercises for Chapter 5
Part IIManaging the Out-of-Body Experience

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