Dreams and Astral Travel

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Few topics hold as much fascination and mystery as dreams. By their very nature dreams seem magical. They open doors to things that are out of reach when we are awake, such as meetings with the dead, glimpses of future events, and lightning bolts of brilliant ideas. Since ancient times people have wondered how and why dreams happen. Some think dreams occur on the astral plane, a level of existence where many believe it is possible to travel outside one's body and experience things beyond the physical world. ...

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Overview

Few topics hold as much fascination and mystery as dreams. By their very nature dreams seem magical. They open doors to things that are out of reach when we are awake, such as meetings with the dead, glimpses of future events, and lightning bolts of brilliant ideas. Since ancient times people have wondered how and why dreams happen. Some think dreams occur on the astral plane, a level of existence where many believe it is possible to travel outside one's body and experience things beyond the physical world. Dreams and Astral Travel explores these mysteries and experiences, as well as the possibility that dreams are far more than the result of mere, imagination.

Throughout history, people have, experienced amazing things that they could not fully explain. From encounters with strange creatures to sightings of mysterious flying lights, and from ghostly apparitions to vishtings of mysterious flying lights, and from ghostly apparitions to visions of the future, these occurrences have fueled the idea that entities, powers, and dimensions may exist outside the boundaries of the everyday world. Each book in the Mysteries, Legends, and Unexplained Phenomena series examines one area of the paranormal. Designed to inspire readers' imaginations while informing them of the known facts, these books are written by occult experts with firsthand experience in paranormal investigations.

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Table of Contents

Foreword 6

Introduction 11

1 A Gift from the Gods 15

2 The Fall and Rebirth of Dreams 25

3 Science Ventures into Dreamland 35

4 The Virtual Reality of Lucid Dreaming 43

5 Night Flying 53

6 The Astral World 63

7 The Psychic Side of Dreams 69

8 Dreams That Heal 83

9 Understanding Your Dreams 93

10 Dream It, Do It 105

Timeline 113

Glossary 115

Endnotes 117

Bibliography 119

Further Resources 121

Index 123

About the Author and Consulting Editor 128

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