Another intriguing book about astral travel and out-of body-experiences by William Buhlman. This book is written with the aid of the research and questionnaires he did among his readers after his first book.
All matter is frozen light. (David Bohm)
The very beginning, the intrinsic core, the essence, the universal nucleus of every known high religion… has been the private, lonely, personal illumination, revelation, or ecstasy of some acutely sensitive prophet or seer. (Abraham Maslow; Religions, Values, and Peak Experiences)
The ultimate journey of the soul is not death but the self-realization of our spiritual essence. Eventually we will make the important transition from religious believer to spiritual explorer.
The Power of Spiritual Action
I am often asked what I will do when I take my final breath. This is a critically important question that too few people ask themselves today. My answer is this: “I will demand to experience my higher self, my spiritual essence!” I am not content to simply “go to the light”. I am not content to accept past acquaintances and comfortable surrounding as my new reality. In fact, I am not content to settle for any form-based reality as my spiritual home. I absolutely know that there is so much more available beyond the realms of form. There exist magnificent dimensions of living light simply waiting for us; all we need do is awaken and accept their reality. Two powerful truths are apparent. First, all form is but a reflection of pure spirit. Second, we are not helpless victims of an external force that dictates or directs our reality and our lives; we are bestowed with the power of free will and the ability to take spiritual action. Why would you settle for a pale reflection of reality when the pure realms of spirit are always present?
Let us begin to take responsibility not only for our physical life but for our afterlife as well. We determine the realities that we accept and cocreate. So, from this moment on, let us be aware and choose well.
Unless you find paradise at your own center, there is not the smallest chance that you may enter. (Angelus Silesius)
The brain has a natural tendency to follow the rhythmic patterns that enter from the various senses. You experience this process when you become immersed in a musical beat or a drumming sequence. In a sense, our brain locks onto the beat and follows it. Our brain interprets patterns of light and sound as electronic signals. These electronic signals influence the brain and initiate corresponding patterns in our brain waves. This phenomenon is commonly called the frequency-following response (FFR). In short, specifically designed electronic patterns are proven to create a corresponding change in the brain-wave frequencies we experience, allowing us to effectively alter our state of consciousness.