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“Otherwhere: An Interview with Kurt Leland” Quest 4 (Case): pg. By Richard Smoley. Kurt Leland is one of today's most intrepid explorers of. Otherwhere by Kurt Leland, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Results 1 - 17 of 17 Otherwhere: A Field Guide to Nonphysical Reality for the Out-of-Body Traveler by Kurt Leland and a great selection of related books, art and.

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Step right this way! Every time I thought “Oh, I already read about that” it spins out into a new direction and it filled in many “blanks” for me. Boyd rated it really liked it Aug 07, P Glad he got his publishing rights back, though.

The only important thing is that you give yourself some way of identifying the zone into which you’ve traveled, so that you otuerwhere return on future occasions. I bought this book to find out what the author sees in “otherwhere”.

Otherwhere: A Field Guide to Non-Physical Reality for the out-of-Body Traveler

Please try again later. Okay, this is plausible, but what about when I communicate with spirit?

Ania marked it as to-read Apr 03, Others might see Saint Peter at the pearly gates, and some might even perceive it as a person selling tickets in a movie theater box office. Whether this manner of identification is the name of a subway lleand or station, or the number on a gate in an alley, is your choice.

I don’t think so! But, as Kurt Leland points out, in other dimensions, where thoughts literally are that reality, that this individual viewpoint takes creation to a whole different level. Many things in this book touched me deeply, or resonated with me, or sound just elsewhere.

He doesn't just describe his experiences but offers valuable insights into mapping the psyche and translating symbols and experiences of “Otherwhere” which would make sense in our five sensory reality.

Michael Howk marked it as to-read Aug 30, Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Vin Lenard rated it it was amazing May 08, He says that “shades” spirits are put into wood drawers as soon as they come to the spirit world. Yes it is subjective, but all attempts at journeying inward is self-directed and therefore takes on the cultural and conditioning expressions and experiences of the experiencer.

Jun 10, Scott Humphreys rated it really liked it. Annie Besant on Psychic and Spiritual Development.

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It also answers an important question for me, which is whether the content of these experiences are objective or subjective. Kathleen rated it really liked it Feb 27, A truly worthwhile read. One person found this helpful.

It is certainly a different overview, and one that is both interesting and refreshing, but if you are genuinely leaning towards this subject I think it would help if you were to read Robert Monroe's trilog Like Robert Monroe's work this is an important book on the subject of out of body experiences.

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Leland calls the perception of this energy: Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Alectic marked it as to-read Aug 18, Explore the Home Gift Guide.

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Learning is all that matters, and no lesson is more or less valuable than any other. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. If you want to read a fantasy, buy this book, but if you're looking for facts then buy something like "Eyes Of An Angel" by Paul Elder. Ro rated it it was amazing Feb 22, Another reviewer cited an excellent passage in the book on his experience in consciousness as a blade of grass kudt an illustration for otherwuere purpose of existing in the physical world.

Teresa Tsalaky rated it it was amazing Jun 27, Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. This book was hard to find so I had to settle for a pre-owned copy. It was a little more than what I am used to spending on a used book, but something in me knew Keland had to have it. That would have been a REAL shame.