I - A Practical Guidebook

Michael Raduga


School of Out-of-Body Travel
A Practical Guidebook

First Edition

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Translated by
Peter Orange

   The practice of phase states of the mind is the hottest and most promising pursuit of the modern age. Unlike in the past, the notions of “out-of-body travel” and “astral projection” have already lost their mystical halo, and their real basis has been studied in minute detail from the most non-nonsense approach. Now, this phenomenon is accessible to everyone, regardless of their worldview. It is now known how to easily master it and apply it effectively. This textbook gives each and every person something that previously could only be dreamt about - a parallel reality and the possibility of existing in two worlds. This book is for pragmatic people who are not used to taking anything on faith or reading about empty theories. The book only deals with what works in practice, and nothing else.

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Table of Contents:

Part I
Entering the Out-of-Body State

Chapter 1 – General Background
The Essence of the Phase Phenomenon
Why Enter the Phase?
The Lifestyle of a Practitioner
Algorithm for Mastering the Phase
Types of Techniques
Recommendations for Using the Guidebook
Exercises for Chapter 1

Chapter 2 – Indirect Techniques
The Concept of Indirect Techniques
Primary Indirect Techniques
Secondary Indirect Techniques
Selecting the Right Techniques
Separation Techniques
The Best Time to Practice
Conscious Awakening
Awakening without Moving
Cycles of Indirect Techniques
Hints from the Mind
Aggression and Passivity
Strategy for Action
Typical Mistakes with Indirect Techniques
Exercises for Chapter 2

Chapter 3 – Direct Techniques
The Concept of Direct Techniques
The Best Time to Practice
Intensity of Attempts
Body Position
Duration of an Attempt
Variations of Using Direct Techniques
The Free-floating State of Mind
Auxiliary Factors
Strategy for Action
Typical Mistakes with Direct Techniques
Exercises for Chapter 3

Chapter 4 – Becoming Conscious While Dreaming
The Concept of Techniques Involving Becoming Conscious while Dreaming
Techniques for Becoming Conscious in a Dream
Actions to be Done when Becoming Conscious while Dreaming
Strategy for Action
Typical Mistakes when Practicing Becoming Conscious while Dreaming
Exercises for Chapter 4

Chapter 5 – Non-autonomous Methods
The Essence of Non-autonomous Methods for Entering the Phase
Cueing Technologies
Working in Pairs
Technologies for Inducing the Phase
Hypnosis and Suggestion
Physiological Signals
Chemical Substances
The Future of Non-autonomous Methods for Entering the Phase
Typical Mistakes with Non-autonomous Techniques
Exercises for Chapter 5

Part II
Managing the Out-of-Body Experience

Chapter 6 – Deepening
The Concept of Deepening
Primary Deepening Techniques
Deepening through Sensory Amplification
Secondary Deepening Techniques
General Activity
Typical Mistakes During Deepening
Exercises for Chapter 6

Chapter 7 – Maintaining
The General Concept of Maintaining
Techniques and Rules against Returning to the Body
Techniques and Rules for Resisting Falling Asleep
Techniques against an Unrecognized Phase
General Rules for Maintaining
Typical Mistakes with Maintaining
Exercises for Chapter 7

Chapter 8 – Primary Skills
The Essence of Primary Skills
Discerning the Phase
Emergency Return. Paralysis
Fighting Fear
Creation of Vision
Contact with Living Objects
Techniques for Translocating through Objects
The Importance of Confidence 
Controlling Pain
Moral Standards in the Phase
Studying Possibilities and Sensations
Typical Mistakes with Primary Skills
Exercises for Chapter 8

Chapter 9 – Translocation and Finding Objects
The Essence of Translocation and Finding Objects
Basic Property of the Phase Space
Techniques for Translocation
Object Finding Techniques
Typical Mistakes with Translocation and Finding Objects
Exercises for Chapter 9

Chapter 10 – Application
The Essence of Applications for Phase States
Applications Based on Simulation
Applications Based on Contact with the Subconscious Mind
Application Based on Influencing Physiology
Unproven Effects
Use of the Phase by the Disabled
Typical Mistakes when Using Applications
Exercises for Chapter 10

Part III
Auxiliary Information

Chapter 11 – Useful Tips
A Pragmatic Approach
Independent Analysis
Approach to Literature
Practice Environment
Talking with Like-minded People
The Right Way to Keep a Journal

Chapter 12 – Practitioners’ Experiences
The Significance of Other People’s Experiences
Analysis of Selected Practitioners' Experiences
Exercises for Chapter 12

Chapter 13 – Putting a Face on the Phenomenon
Stephen Laberge
Carlos Castaneda
Robert A. Monroe
Patricia Garfield
Sylvan Muldoon
Charles Leadbeater
Robert Bruce
Richard Webster
Charles Tart

Chapter 14 – Final Test


Assessment of Practitioners’ Experiences (chapter 12)
Answers to the Final Test (chapter 14)
A Simplified Description of the Easiest Method for Entering the Phase using Indirect Techniques
Take Part in Research
The Cell Phone Technique
The School of Out-of-Body Travel
Brief Glossary of Terms and Definitions

Subpages (1): Foreword