{Free Audible} Soul Traveler: A Guide to Out-of-Body Experiences and the Wonders BeyondAuthor Albert Taylor – Z55z.co

Former NASA aeronautical engineer and space researcher Albert Taylor believes that there is much we can learn from out of body experiences In this amazing book, he offers an account of his own incredible flights of soul travel and shows us how we too can develop this life changing ability


10 thoughts on “Soul Traveler: A Guide to Out-of-Body Experiences and the Wonders Beyond

  1. Ania Ania says:

    A good book on the out of body travel will show you some techniques on how to exit the body a great book on the out of body travel will share with you personal experiences and lessons learned which helps you remove or reduce your fears No amount of techniques will ever get you out of the body if your fear is with you still I ve been stagnant lately in my OBE explorations and this book could not have come at a better time then it did I, like the author, am not 100% comfortable with spirits I A good book on the out of body travel will show you some techniques on how to exit the body a great book on the out of body travel will share with you personal experiences and lessons learned which helps you remove or reduce your fears No amount of techniques will ever get you out of the body if your fear is with you still I ve been stagnant lately in my OBE explorations and this book could not have come at a better time then it did I, like the author, am not 100% comfortable with spirits I realise now what I have to work on next to improve my experiences and I cannot thank the Author enough for his deeply personal and illuminating writing Thanks


  2. Heidi The Reader Heidi The Reader says:

    Soul Traveleris Albert Taylor s diary and short instruction manual on how he experiences his internal worlds Some of the early moments of his exploration were quite funny I think he sees them now that way too in that he d describe his legs pointing down while his torso was pointing up but in the opposite direction Or, how he d see humanoid figures in his visions but he d be afraid to look at them Or, how he was out of his body and he heard someone in the shower, assumed it was his wife, fre Soul Traveleris Albert Taylor s diary and short instruction manual on how he experiences his internal worlds Some of the early moments of his exploration were quite funny I think he sees them now that way too in that he d describe his legs pointing down while his torso was pointing up but in the opposite direction Or, how he d see humanoid figures in his visions but he d be afraid to look at them Or, how he was out of his body and he heard someone in the shower, assumed it was his wife, freaked out and went back into his body, only to figure out that it was his son in the showerI think all of these mishaps are like watching a baby take its first steps into the wider world At first, we are all teetering and on the edge of disaster We don t understand steps, gravity, chairs, or anything other than flat Some of us scoot while others walk but can t jump it s all a learning process With patience and time though, watch us run That s what I wanted to read in this book,of Taylor s successful running rather than his shaky non starts Perhaps, in the time since this book was published, he s been able to successfully achieve his desired stateI d be interested to read about it if he has.Some bits from Soul Traveler that I found compelling As humans, most of us are aware of nothing beyond what our five senses tell us But to a nonphysical spirit or soul traveler, the physical plane is something to perceive only if one chooses to do soAs Jesus said, In my Father s house are many mansions I suggest the physical world is just one of these mansions we can see, but it is far less influential in our lives than the mansions we can t see pgs 50 51I don t know if I d say far less influential but it is certainly not the only level of reality.When Albert went to share his out of body experiences with his niece, she reacted quite negatively about it and this is what he had to sayAt first I thought that Catty s response represented the opinions of just a few, but sadly I have found many people who were unable to at least consider what I was sharing about out of body experiences Once again fear acts like a roadblock to higher learning pg 70People can only accept things that they are prepared to accept Even with the best intentions, you cannot put your life experiences and knowings into someone else s mind and heart if they do not allow itI d like to provide some reassurance for those who are fearful and a partial road map for theadventurous You need not be fearful when delving into many levels of consciousness, because they are a natural part of our existence pg 89Yep Totally agreeing with that.If you enjoyed Soul Traveler, you may want to read Soul Flight Astral Projection the Magical Universe by Donald Tyson or The Seventh Sense The Secrets of Remote Viewing as Told by a Psychic Spy for the U.S Military by Lyn Buchanan Both books offer alternative methods for achieving out of body consciousness and some of the authors own personal experiences in the inner worlds


  3. Sue Sue says:

    I loved the way this guy writes Read this thing in one day Nothing too heavy mentions authors I ve read, too He made it sound so easywe ll see


  4. Laserone Laserone says:

    Short book Very good I really enjoyed it.


  5. Brandee Mack Brandee Mack says:

    This is one of those books that gave depth to the possibility of astral projection A great, easy read, and a way for a skeptic to watch as a fellow skeptic has his entire world turned upside down.


  6. Sonya Wanvig Sonya Wanvig says:

    Awesome I m gonna do it You really are a spirit inside a human body


  7. Belle Meade School Belle Meade School says:

    133.95


  8. Jesse Houle Jesse Houle says:

    This was the first book I read about this type of thing I found it addictive and perhaps due to my state at the time rather comforting There s a pretty nifty how to section at the end that I never utilized and so it s my own fault that I have to say who knows if it s true Definitely worthwhile if you re interested in this sort of thing and a quick read to boot.


  9. Laura Lynn Laura Lynn says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here RATING 2.5 starsA quick read, it was mostly about his personal experiences with out of body experiences I purchased this book on a whim at a thrift store It was interesting, but I was hoping for a bitof a guide,tips and techniques rather than all of the personal stories They felt a bit repetitive toward the end.


  10. Donny Donny says:

    Was an interesting read, but not the book i thought it would be I was hoping forof a How To Book, or at least a littleinsight on the topic I think that for Albert Taylor, writing this book wasof a stepping stone for his own journey and not so much for the reader.