Astral projection can be a wonderful thing. If you study and learn from Astral Projection for Beginners by Edain McCoy, you'll be on your way to projecting your consciousness out of your body.
Several years ago, a person I'd just met asked to do some magick with me. I said, "Sure. To what end?" This stumped the person. He didn't know what to say. He had no goal.
Lots of people are enamored of the idea of astral projection for no reason other than wanting to astrally project. To them, getting out of body is enough. This book will be an ideal resource for them.
But if you're like me, you may want to have a reason or purpose for projecting. Having such a goal takes astral projection to an entirely new level. In this book you can learn such things as how to gain information about yourself and others, both in current and past lives, by viewing the akashic records. How do you do it? It's in the book.
Perhaps you want to learn how to heal others. In the astral state you can easily move energy to correct imbalances and help overcome problems. How do you do it? It's in the book.
Or perhaps you would like to use your ability with the goal of making changes here on the physical plane; what is commonly called "magick." How do you do it? You use the technique known as astral creative visualization. And that's fully described in the book, too.
No matter what your level, this is an incredible addition to your knowledge. You shouldn't be without it.
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