Several years ago, I asked Denning and Phillips, two of the most famous and skilled occultists in the world, to do a series of books focusing on single topics. What they wrote was nothing less than a miracle, and over a half-million people have used their books. I don't think anyone other than Denning and Phillips could have done this.
One of my favorites from the series is The Llewellyn Practical Guide to Astral Projection. I like it because although many people talk about the skill of astral projection, few people actually learn to project at will. This book gives you explicit, step-by-step instructions so you can do it.
There are several things you need in order to be able to astral project. First, you have to be comfortable with the idea. What if you can't get back? What if someone disturbs your body while you are out of it? What about astral rebound? Denning and Phillips answer all of these questions and show you that astral projection is not only safe, but also natural.
Next, you need to learn the mental and physical techniques necessary to project your consciousness out of your body. The book fully describes everything you need to do. And it does so in way that is easy to follow, understand, and practice. The result is that you will be able to project your consciousness out of your body at will.
But what do you do once you are on the astral plane? This book gives examples and advice on what you can do to improve your life and the life of others, or just experiment, explore and have fun.
If you have tried to astral project in the past without success, I strongly urge you to get this book. Here you will find the tips and secrets of two occultists who have been working with astral projection for decades. In no time you will find that you can do it, too.
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