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Ever since I started to read this book I’ve had more vivid dreams and other experiences. Others might see Saint Peter at the pearly otherwherf, and some might even perceive it as a person selling tickets in a movie theater box office.
Jun 10, Scott Humphreys rated it really liked it. Leland’s work was a pioneering effort at the time this book was written and still remains, in my opinion, one of the most honest, clearly written and detailed descriptions of the mind zones beyond physical reality.
Energy is objective, imagery is subjective One thing I particularly like about Kurt Leland’s approach is that he removes arcane Eastern style mystical terminology in otberwhere of clear terms that are better suited for the modern Western mind.
Bob rated it it was amazing Apr 23, There is something about this book that gives you a push to experiencing OBEs. His excellent observations explain a lot of seemingly inconsistent phenomena.
I don’t think so! Some who are considerably new to this form of experience may be tempted to doubt the legitimacy of these experiences that are ever increasing in clarity, detail, and potency. I can’t believe the author wants people to believe the hallucinations he has had.
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The point of a term is for it to be readily understood, and the author supplies us with such a set of terms. Nita rated it it was amazing Mar 05, The gatekeeper, in this case, would simply appear in the form of Anubis because that is what a person’s set of symbols might use to codify its function. He doesn’t just describe his experiences but offers valuable insights into mapping the psyche and translating symbols and experiences of “Otherwhere” which would make sense in our five sensory reality.
My only problem was the Many many christian His accounts are believable if you’ve ever had a few projections.
Otherwhere: A Field Guide to Nonphysical Reality for the Out-of-Body Traveler
D yeah, I did not think about library loans because I want to possess the works on these topics and be proud of my lealnd but constantly growing esoteric library: Get to Know Us. I’ve always believed that there was something more to life.
A field guide to nonphysical reality for the out-of-body traveler. Teresa Tsalaky rated it it was amazing Jun 27, Learning is all that matters, and no lesson is more or less valuable than any other. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. The importance of physical life- in this excerpt, Leland is listening to an instructor in Otherwhere: If you want to read a fantasy, buy this book, but if you’re looking for facts then buy something like “Eyes Of An Angel” by Paul Elder.
That book was finished in and published in It has also opened up a new realm for possibilities. Dave Goff rated it did not like it Apr 30, Every time I thought “Oh, I already read about that” it spins out into a new direction and it filled in many “blanks” for me.
From our perspective, that isn’t true. Each chapter covers a different realm or region to be explored, including alternate realities what could have been, what is, and what could bethe dream zone, and the after death zone, as well as the dwellers who inhabit them – guides think of the son and daughter of Robin Williams’ character in “What Dreams May Come”, rangers other astral travelers, people who are dreaming, etctechnicians, attendants bodhisattva typesand overseers those we may see as Jesus, Buddha and the like.
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He may also appear as a red figure in other travels as opposed to the usual black in which he is portrayed in Egyptian art, since that is how he is depicted in the Tarot. Paperbackpages. Nuno Botelho marked it as to-read Mar 02, Further according to Leland’s approach to translating such experiences, physically oriented images of entities like this one are supplied by the traveler’s own memories and belief patterns so as to make the energy patterns they represent comprehensible to them, the individual, in terms and symbols that they can understand and relate to, based otherwherr their othherwhere experience.
Scenerry Dumlao marked it as to-read Nov 26, With Leland’s thoroughly engaging kurr in hand, travelling to Otherwhere will be an adventure you are sure to enjoy.
Many things in this book touched me deeply, or resonated with me, or sound just right. Ofcourse the “otherwhere” lelanx describes is an intimately “subjective” place so he mostly ends up telling us more about himself otherwgere about the otherside Im afraid.
Rather than taking the figures that one encounters at face value or judging them based on ingrained religious beliefs, Leland encourages the Otherwhere visitors to examine what the figure does. Whether this manner of identification is the name of a subway line or station, or the number on a gate in an alley, is your choice. Priscilla marked it as to-read Feb 12, How to Have Them and What to Expect.