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This transcendental guide provides clearly defined differences between the Organic Body, the Etheric Body, and the Astral Body and reveals in easy-to-understand language the basics of astral projection. Created with the beginner in mind, readers will quickly learn how to encounter parallel dimensions and how one might live there.
Published: Gateways Books Tapes an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9780895565327
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