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Title: Bruce Moen's Afterlife Knowledge Guidebook - Opinions?
Post by: horaciocs on January 09, 2012, 19:49:37
I'm thinking about going for it, any regards anyone?


Title: Re: Bruce Moen's Afterlife Knowledge Guidebook - Opinions?
Post by: Greytraveller on January 10, 2012, 04:06:49
Hallo horaciocs
Although I have not read Moen's Afterlife Guidebook per se I do lurk at his afterlife-knowledge.com website and have read quite a bit of the afterlife info that he has posted at that site. What Moen has to say about the afterlife is Very similar to what Monroe wrote about the afterlife in Monroe's 3 books. Both talk about reception centers, learning institutions and recovery' hospitals' that exist in non-physical realms. All these locations apparently exist in order to help the newly arrived there (= newly deceased from physical Earth) adjust to their new deceased situation and nonphysical environmnent.
Having had several OBEs and APS where I visited similar locations (both a hospital and a university in separate experiences) it is my belief that Moen's info is accurate. Of course there is more to the afterlife than hospitals, universities and reception centers yet Moen's Guidebook is probably well worth the read.

Cheers  :-)
Grey


Title: Re: Bruce Moen's Afterlife Knowledge Guidebook - Opinions?
Post by: horaciocs on January 10, 2012, 17:29:06
Back when I met the Astralpulse, I remember reading his name here and there, but never read any of his works. Now that I went through his website, I decided to give it a try.

The book seems to have a set of cds that go along with it, but they're sold separately. Someone on amazon said, however, that you can create the cds yourself by following some instructions contained in the book. Let's see how it rolls.


Title: Re: Bruce Moen's Afterlife Knowledge Guidebook - Opinions?
Post by: Xanth on January 16, 2012, 00:06:45
As with most authors on the subject, they probably touch upon some of what is true mixed in with that which is bologna.  LoL
The trick is finding that which resonates with you the most and leave the rest behind.

With that said, I like some of what Moen teaches... his ideas are simple and raw, yet seem to work wonders.  I was always thrown off by his seemingly over usage of his "imagination"... but have grown and learned that imagination really is a big factor in projection.  Not that you're making stuff up, but his "priming the pumps" as he calls it is, in essence, the "Mental Rundown" exercise that Frank used to share here.  :)

So I'm not a huge Moen fan, but as with most authors... he's got some bits of awesome there.  I suggest reading a wide variety of books on the subject and try to work all the different / separate metaphors together.  See if you can recognize similar metaphors that different authors use to describe the same idea.  You'll be surprised at how similar everyone actually is.  :)


Title: Re: Bruce Moen's Afterlife Knowledge Guidebook - Opinions?
Post by: Sin on January 16, 2012, 04:47:28
I like some of what Moen teaches... his ideas are simple and raw, yet seem to work wonders.  I was always thrown off by his seemingly over usage of his "imagination"... but have grown and learned that imagination really is a big factor in projection.  Not that you're making stuff up, but his "priming the pumps" as he calls it is, in essence, the "Mental Rundown" exercise that Frank used to share here.  :)

I agree about imagination.  That seems to be where it at all starts. The mental images and concepts precede what we experience later.


Title: Re: Bruce Moen's Afterlife Knowledge Guidebook - Opinions?
Post by: horaciocs on January 16, 2012, 11:56:59
It's funny how it's similar to the way different religions work. Many are very different but, when put side-by-side, you can see through them and find out their similarities. The books and their author's points of view are the same, they seem to try to describe the same set of phenomena, the way it seems to best come together to them. 


Title: Re: Bruce Moen's Afterlife Knowledge Guidebook - Opinions?
Post by: phase423 on January 27, 2012, 15:34:45
I wholeheartedly recommend this book without hesitation.  It lays a framework for doing psychic readings (on both the living and the deceased), remote viewing, and obtaining guidance.  It also makes full-blown phasing and OOBE's much easier for some reason; perhaps Moen's Focused Attention pushes all the right buttons.

While Active Imagination isn't as sexy as astral projection, it can lead to some interesting experiences.  I still remember the first time I received a specific set of information from a deceased person that I could not otherwise have known.  It was a vase with a very specific color and floral pattern.  I reported this to the deceased person's daughter and she confirmed that it was something very special to her mother.  I still get goosebumps thinking about it.