Mind Travel : Nightingale-Conant: Mind-Tech

  • by Richard Sutphen
  • Narrated by Richard Sutphen
  • Series: Nightingale-Conant: Mind-Tech
  • 7 hrs and 2 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

Six radical ways to use your mind for healing, improving relationships, and inner calm!
Current research has proven that all matter is composed of energy - energy that never dies, only transforms. If we were able to perceive the full spectrum of energy around us, scientists say that we would discover entire new worlds, including alternate realities and parallel universes... where, some speculate, events of our lives that we have yet to experience have already taken place! In Mind Travel, Dick Sutphen takes you on an amazing journey into the unexplored realms of perception that exist all around you. Using deep relaxation techniques, Dick guides you into a state of altered awareness, a level of heightened consciousness that connects you with your natural psychic power, and gives you access to the mysterious 90% of your mind that is unused. In this altered state, you'll transcend time and space, exploring the past, accessing the future, and viewing remote present-moment events. You'll also hear real-life stories of people who have successfully journeyed beyond the realm of the physical and made remarkable discoveries.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Intriguing world of inner mind revealed

Making the science of how our minds work interesting, the author opens the doors to many exciting possible inner worlds with actual guided meditations. I enjoyed his soothing voice and plan on revisiting this audible over and over. I recommend this audible if you like exploring and expanding your mind.
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- Amy S. Belisle

Not for the traveler

Enjoyed listening to what was said after I realized that if you play it at 2x it sounds like normal conversation. Had to skip every other chapter because they are almost all soundtrack with a few words to help you meditate.
Need to listen with a grain of sand because author states matters of his opinion as if they are proven facts
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2014
  • Publisher: Nightingale-Conant