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Travel Far

A Beginner’s Guide to the Out-of-Body Experience, Including First-Hand Accounts and Comprehensive Theory and Methods

by Darryl E Berry Jr

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Do you remember going to sleep or waking from sleep and being unable to move as if paralyzed? This is commonly experienced at the start or end of an out-of-body experience (OBE or OOBE). Do you remember having dreams of flying or dreams of falling, accompanied by very real sensations of weightlessness or falling? You were likely unconsciously floating into the nonphysical while dreaming of flying, and then experiencing a rapid reintegration with the physical body similarly masked by dream imagery. Do you remember experiencing vibrations, loud engine-like sounds, gunshot-like bangs, or metallic-like clicks inside your head when going to sleep or upon awakening? These are also common occurrences during the initiation or conclusion of an OBE. The out-of-body experience or astral travel is a mode of perception during which one experiences existing and traveling apart from the physical body. This is often experienced as an ethereal, energy-based body. You perceive and experience as validly as you do with the physical senses. Things perceived and experienced are as real as the book you are holding, or the screen you are viewing. You can fly, teleport, walk through walls, and travel extensively throughout space and time; and through various dimensions. Extraterrestrial (ET) life near and far, other planets, the far reaches of the Earth, other dimensions, the past and the future, other lifetimes, alternate timelines or parallel universes, the “afterlife” or “in-between lifetime” realms, and a variety of other interesting subjects can be directly explored and validated through the out-of-body experience. At the very least you can learn that you are more than a physical body.
Through OBEs you can observe physical events and validate your observations. Correlating experiences with other out-of-body explorers is also possible, as you can travel and experience the same things just as we could go to physical locations jointly or separately and confirm our experiences and observations afterwards. Unless you do something extremely strenuous while OBE – which is very difficult to do – you wake up from an OBE as refreshed as or even more refreshed than normal sleep, since the sleep state of the OBE is equivalent to a very restful and energizing deep sleep.
I share in this work several journals of my own out-of-body experiences, and a comprehensive system for learning to cause the out-of-body experience yourself so you too can experience this phenomenon. All techniques mentioned in my journals (and more) are taught in Part Two. This system is based upon my own recurring experiential first-hand investigations, my extensive literary research on the subject, as well as my experience with teaching others how to successfully out-of-body travel. I am sure you will enjoy reading of my travels. And if it is your hope to have the experience yourself, may your efforts be inspired! If you apply the system that I share herein you do succeed, it’s that simple. And as our individual interdimensional awareness expands, we help to facilitate not only our own development, but the development and progress of humanity itself.
Darryl E Berry Jr
March 2015

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