Journey of Robert Monroe. From Out-of-Body Explorer to Consciousness Pioneer – Ronald Russell

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This was an interesting Read. Having read the 3 books of Robert Monroe, and now following Tom Campbell, who was a scientist who worked with Robert, it was great to read about the experiences that started it all. It was a shame that towards the end of his life Robert Monroe became paranoid and did not trust the people around him and held back the development of the Monroe Institute. This book was a bit boring in places and included lots of stuff I wasn’t interested in, but it has inspired me to re-read Journeys out of the body, Far Journeys and Ultimate Journey, Robert Monroe’s 3 books.

Finished Reading 31 March 2019.

 
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4 thoughts on “Journey of Robert Monroe. From Out-of-Body Explorer to Consciousness Pioneer – Ronald Russell”

  1. I wonder if his paranoia could have been based on some particular evidence? I know as my mom began her long (20+ year) decline into Alzheimer’s, she was paranoid also (its a mood disorder). None of us believed her stories of people coming into mom and dad’s home until dad woke up to find her talking with a guy (presumably drunk) who had came into their screened porch thinking he was home or at a friends place!
    It shook us all up, but we began questioning her stories more! ❤️🦋🌀
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    1. My Mother-in-law passed away last May. My wife, who spent the last month with her mum daily, commented that her mum was chatting to her dad, my wife’s grandad, who had passed many years ago. Was it a delusion? Or was she close to the veil and now able to communicate to the other side?

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