711peterhoffman, November 20, 2013 (view all comments by 711peterhoffman)
Whether you believe in the possibility of out of body experiences or not this book is still wholly fascinating. The experiences recounted here are captivating and thought provoking. Taken at it's very least it reads like good fiction, taken at it's word it is groundbreaking. Far Journeys is a thought provoking and eye opening book. You will never quite regard your dreams the same way again.
selka, November 3, 2009 (view all comments by selka)
This is the second of Robert Monroe's classic books on Out of Body experience, and it launches right out there into full-on boundless exploration. There is so much going on that he even builds his own vocabulary in an attempt to translate the non-physical experience. Monroe's writing shaped my view of the “afterworld” and my spirituality when I first read it in my early twenties, and his series of books remain the most thorough, scientific, and "action-packed" I've ever read on the subject. A must-read on the OOBE topic.
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