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Prelude to a Dream: Book 1 of the Mysteries of Redemption Series (Out-of-Body Travel)
In Prelude to a Dream, you will explore the nature of Lost Souls, Reincarnation, Karma and Dreams as you venture into the worlds of light to begin understanding the mechanics of creation through the mechanism of Out-of-Body Travel. Along the way, you will gain knowledge about the soul's awakening, entry into co-creation, and the nature of surrender in the spiritual path.
Each of these books not only gives practical guidance on how to achieve the out-of-body experience, but each volume expands further on achieving higher states and handling the many situations that you come across when traveling out-of-body.
©2003 Marilynn Hughes (P)2013 Marilynn Hughes
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By Diana on 12-12-13

For people interested in Out of Body Travel

Marilyn Hughes shares her experiences with OBE, Out of Body travels, in this book that precedes The Mysteries of the Redemption, which is followed by Galactica.

I recommend this book to read as a comparison to others on OBE, such as Robert Monroe's trilogy (Far Journeys, his second book is the one to start with), or Jurgen Ziewe's book, or William Buhlman's books, and Tom Campbell's trilogy.

Marilynn Hughe's OBE series of books are more symbolic and very religious, which is in direct opposition to Tom Campbell's books which are less of a narrative of actual OBE experiences such as Marilynn Hughes provides, but Tom Campbell's book is more of an observation of the entire system of reality that became apparent to him as a result of OBE travels. Other books, such as Monroe's, Buhlman's, Ziewe's, etc. have elements of both, but so far Marilynn Hughes is chock full of the most OBE experiences, while Tom Campbells is mostly a comprehensive overview.

Marilyn Hughes' books are full of religious figures and symbols, while Tom Campbells' books are an explanation of a digitally based computer-like reality system. Icons vs ones and zeroes.

What is fascinating, when reading such diverse represenations of the OBE experience is how often there are matching bits of information.

So far the selection on audible for OBE related books is slim, but hopefully more will be added to the selection.

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