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« on: August 31, 2010, 17:41:59 »

(This entry is recreated after the server crash and may lack some of my textual improvements made later. I don't really remember exactly what I wrote on the last review...)

These are the Moen "Exploring the AfterLife" series books from my point of view. I use a grade from 0 - 10 (10 is the best/highest) on the books. I'll update this section as I read all the books. All books  have been produced by Hampton Road Publishing Comp. Moen gives a lot of info regarding TMI's Hemi-Sync courses, most of them quite advance ones (Gateway Voyage, Lifeline Program (retrievals)) and connection with I-There (a Monroe concept). Moen also meets Robert Monroe and other people, while APing.


Voyages into the unknown, Bruce Moen, 1997

GRADE: 7.0

In this book Moen writes about his vision of "the Disk", retrievals and some of his early TMI course experiences. This book is not that different from many other OBE/AP books. Most of the time the content is about AP and I think that Moen only mentions one true RTZ OBE during this book. I still give it quite high a grade and you probably want to read it to get continuity if you aim at reading the other books too. The book contains a description of the important Seeing-It-Not-There technique.


Voyage Beyond Doubt, Bruce Moen, 1998

GRADE 8.5

This is a very good book, containing more stuff about TMI courses (containing TMI DEC (Dolphin Energy Club - remote healing)) and Moen's personal experiences, a lot of retrievals. I think there was only one OBE by Moen, most of his experiences are APs. I almost crapped my pants at the last part of the book as it became quite a thriller. Smiley

The book gave me one important piece of advise for avoiding Negs, but I'll refrain from revealing it here, if you want to read the book.


Voyages into the Afterlife / Charting unknown territory, Bruce Moen, 1999

GRADE: 10.0

This is an amazing book. If Moen's claims are true they are really something. This is a very strange book. There are loads of stuff about TMI courses and how TMI reaches Focus 34/35 from F 27 (through the Earth's Crystal Core). Moen brings forth some very weird claims. Through info achieved in Focus 27, Moen gets to learn that the so called Bermuda Triangle sometimes transports ships, air planes and people to Uranus (one way), and other awesome things. If the content is true this book is a very good read. If they are only partly true, the book is still a good read. The book is an AP only book.


Voyage to Curiosity's Father, Bruce Moen, 2001

GRADE: 9.0 - 10.0

It was not easy to give a fixed grade to this book, as I'm having some difficulties evaluating it. The book is more well written compared to the other Moen books and contains more dialogs between people, due to the fact that big parts of the book are about partnered exploration (two or more people doing AP together).

This book is not completely stand-alone compared to the other books. I think you will have to at least read Moen's third book, before reading this 4th book, or otherwise it will become hard to fit its contents into its context.

The book starts with a classic R Bruce mind-split, where Moen meets his partner Denise in Focus 27 at TMI There. But the interesting thing is that Denise in F 27 tells Moen that her astral self's whereabouts will probably not be remember by herself, as she is sitting home watching sitcom reruns on TV! As a reader, this mind-split surprised me, because Denise wasn't doing any AP attempt at the time, yet the mind-split occurred. If this is true for us all, this mind-split issue becomes mind-boggling if we AP (without knowing it) at various times, and without remembering it afterward.

Moen and his partners repeatedly interviewed the personal at the Planning Center. Moen gets to know a lot more about our I-Theres & Graduates, and the personal explains in depth, various parts and details of the BST Hells & Hollow Heavens. At the later part of the book, Moen goes to visit the Planning Intelligence and scratch the surface of its vast consciousness work.

R Monroe also take Moen past the Aperture, but as Moen writes, it was hard to understand what was on the other side. I'll leave to the interested reader to investigate exactly what Moen got to know beyond the Aperture.

I'm not prepared to give the book the highest grade as I didn't feel everything got a satisfactory explanation, but perhaps Moen had to restrict himself as he gave out a lot of details and it must have been hard for him to make sure that all info he gathered was correctly interpreted by him. As the book contained numerous details, it also gave rise to several questions.

One interesting detail was that R Monroe seemed a little disappointed that not more people visited the Crystal at TMI There. I assume Monroe mostly meant people from TMI courses, but in my mind I could also think that Monroe wanted others too, to visit the Crystal, gathering PUL and to help in transporting some of the PUL down to the F 27 EC (Earth Crystal Core, an astral object in the astral center of Earth).


Afterlife Knowledge Guidebook, Bruce Moen, 2005

GRADE: 8.5

The book is almost only about retrievals (finding lost souls in Monroe Focus 23 - 26, and bringing them to Focus 27). The book contains complete scripts that the reader are supposed to put on audio tape or CD. I found the scripts very boring and repeating after a while. I didn't do the exercises from the scripts either, more than to some part, mostly due to my poor AP/OBE skills. Moen has made audio CD recordings, but I haven't got them. Some (TMI) concepts are not explained fully or are first explained after they have been introduce like PUL (Pure Unconditional Love). Some content in the book is repeated from Moen's other books. These issues together may be the reason for me to not give the book a higher grade.

The retrieval techniques start out basic and are then built up with Relaxing Breaths, putting Intent, gathering Energy from Below and from Above, gathering and Projecting Love and getting help from Guides. Moen also describes the important concept Belief-System Crash and how it effects you (similar to the Long Dark Night of The Soul, you google). In this book you also find Moen's description of the Interpreter and the Perceiver.

The last third of the book contains several examples of retrievals including a retrieval of a domestic dog. Difficulties with Aspects of Self retrievals are described. I would have liked a better explanation of the three BST Focuses (24 - 26).
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« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2010, 23:57:38 »

I'd heard of Moen but never got round to checking him out.

Thanks for the reviews. The books look interesting. I've thought I'd like to do Gateway/Lifeline courses some day. Didnt know there were books out there of other people's experiences of them.

Gonna see if I can find any of them in the library.
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« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2010, 13:10:37 »

One interesting thing with Moen's 4th book is that people who doubt the mind-split effect, now have a method of verifying it if they do it by partnered exploration. One person does an aware AP and then looks for the second person, some friend that has a mind-split and at the same time is not asleep on physical Earth.

A further comment is that I think TMI has changed names of their courses. Moen mentions Beyond Exploration 27, but I could think that it is one of the Starlines programs today (but I'm not sure).
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« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2010, 17:00:53 »

One interesting thing with Moen's 4th book is that people who doubt the mind-split effect, now have a method of verifying it if they do it by partnered exploration. One person does an aware AP and then looks for the second person, some friend that has a mind-split and at the same time is not asleep on physical Earth.

A further comment is that I think TMI has changed names of their courses. Moen mentions Beyond Exploration 27, but I could think that it is one of the Starlines programs today (but I'm not sure).
Unfortunately, due to human perception, you'll never be able to "verify" it.
People who believe in it WILL experience it, while those who do not, like myself, never will.
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« Reply #4 on: January 07, 2011, 14:45:04 »

I put some more info about two of the Moen books in this post:

http://www.astralpulse.com/forums/welcome_to_permanent_astral_topics/bruce_moen-t17022.0.html;msg270625#msg270625
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« Reply #5 on: March 08, 2011, 13:00:46 »

Quote from: Xanth
Unfortunately, due to human perception, you'll never be able to "verify" it.
People who believe in it WILL experience it, while those who do not, like myself, never will.

And yet, Xanth, it is reported frequently by people who have spontaneous OBEs: it is relatively common amongst people who suddenly find themselves "out of the body" whilst they are physically awake, to watch their physically awake bodies continue to perform intricate tasks, such as walking, driving, holding a conversation, playing the organ in a church. One OBEr even watched as his physical body passed a driving test!  In another example, two friends spontaneously OBEd and both watched as their physical bodies stood and continued in conversation. They shortly returned and said to each other "what the *** was that?!" If these cases are accurate, and they should certainly not be simply dismissed but considered and investigated, then we have at least two "minds" - a "physical-centric" mind and an "astral-centric mind". There are reports of multiple minds operating simultaneously, on several "planes" of existence.  It can not simply be ignored.
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« Reply #6 on: March 08, 2011, 13:28:30 »

If these cases are accurate, and they should certainly not be simply dismissed but considered and investigated, then we have at least two "minds" - a "physical-centric" mind and an "astral-centric mind". There are reports of multiple minds operating simultaneously, on several "planes" of existence.  It can not simply be ignored.
Recently, I've been working with my dreams a lot. Then I also experience lots of different personalties, I still "know" they are "me". Possibly they are "aspects" (which is what B. Moen also talks about, also the Shamans when they speak about soul "part" retrievals) of my being/ Higher Self.
Some might also be other incarnations. Of course, what they are I never know exactly, but meanwhile I am sure about this one thing: we are truly multidimensional beings with likewise multidimensional minds / consciousness foci.  smiley
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