The Christos Phenomenon by Alistair Blennerhassett

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The Christos phenomenon is a quick, simple and highly effective technique that enables ordinary people to experience their spirit travelling free from the confines of their body, and to experience lives set in times long gone. The clarity, vividness and reality of the sensations can cast everyday life into the shade. Anyone can induce this altered state of consciousness in a willing subject on the basis of a page of instructions. The technique is rapid; it normally requires 5 to 15 minutes to bring about the experience. It is efficient; it works on most people and generally works the first time it is tried. It works on skeptics and believers alike. It is legal; no drugs, illicit or otherwise, are required. It is memorable; the recollection of events can remain compellingly clear for decades.
There is only one catch. The method is so blazingly simple and effective that it is extremely difficult to convince people that it exists, works and is worth taking seriously. Skeptics and open-minded people are united in dismissing the phenomenon as being of little interest, and not worth further consideration. Something so easy that produces this type of much sought-after results cannot possibly exist. An attitude like this is a great pity, because the phenomenon is a unique and powerful tool for exploring the universe of spirituality and some of the more spectacular capabilities of the human mind.
This book may change some minds.
 

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Published March 16, 2012 229 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.

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