by Sandie Gustus
With a foreword by Dutch cardiologist, Dr Pim van Lommel, and endorsed by renowned neuropsychiatrist Dr Peter Fenwick and Brenda Dunne of the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research laboratory, the explanations offered in this book for the existence of the human consciousness (soul, spirit) beyond the physical body, have the backing of some of the world’s most eminent academic and medical researchers of life after death.
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Based on two new sciences (conscientiology and projectiology) proposed by Brazilian consciousness researcher, Dr Waldo Vieira, this book provides a comprehensive understanding of the human condition beyond the physical body, offering readers a profound opportunity to increase their self-awareness, self-confidence, balance and maturity, to fulfil their potential . . . to be less incomplete.
Conscientiology is the study of the consciousness and Gustus examines three of its attributes – that it is multidimensional, that it reincarnates and that it evolves. Projectiology studies the out-of-body experience (OBE). Readers are shown how to have their own direct, personal experiences of the OBE (a natural human capacity) and other parapsychic phenomena, enabling them to verify the information provided for themselves.
This is one of the greatest books I’ve ever been given because it is the summary of my whole process, in English . . . accessible to most people. ~ Waldo Vieira, MD (Consciousness Researcher and Author, Projectiology: A Panorama of Experiences of the Consciousness Outside the Human Body; and Projections of the Consciousness)
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Sandie Gustus has been volunteering for organizations associated with the study of conscientiology since 2001. She has published numerous articles on the OBE and related phenomena. She currently lives in Paris, France where she manages a Communications function for Europe for a Japanese multinational.
Published: May 27, 2011
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