Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Astral Projection Program Review

After reading Reader's Digest's  article about the CIA's Stargate Project "The Most Secret Agent," (Reader's Digest, p. 171, March 2006) (an excerpt of the book Reading the Enemy's Mind: Inside Star Gate: America's Psychic Espionage Program) and seeing the movie The Men Who Stare At Goats I was interested to see what clinical hypnotherapist Steve G. Jones had to offer about the subject of astral projection (AP). 

By collaborating with Mindvalley, Jones created an astral projection audio guide called "The Art of Astral Projection." In this guide, he discusses: 
  • The origins of  AP
  • His own AP experiences
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Explanations of how the mind works
  • AP techniques
  • Creative visualization
  • Auras
  • Evaluating your beliefs 
  • An explanation of chakras
The benefits of AP that Jones' site highlights include: 
  • Achieve their first astral projection experience and learn how to astral project consciously.
  • Taste the nature of their true selves and achieve deeper spiritual clarity.
  • Experience hyper-realistic dreams.
  • Channel more positive energy into their careers and relationships.
  • Feel more intuitive and creative in their careers and personal lives.
  • Gain a better understanding of the people and situations surrounding them.
According to Jones, it takes time to be able to astral project. I've been reviewing the program for over a month, and AP has not happened for me. However, the program taught me great relaxation exercises and visualization techniques that help me think positively. 

Learn more about Steve G. Jones and astral projection.  

I received "The Art of Astral Projection" program from Mindvalley in return for this post. All the views and opinions expressed are my own, unless indicated otherwise. 

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