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Ultimate Journey

Monroe, Robert

 This book needs to be read: it defies summary. Briefly, it is Monroe’s record of his last explorations out of the body before he died. However, it also is an account of others who shared the exploration with him. They explored other worlds—past, present, and future. It is also concerned with the meaning and purpose of life. Some of what he learned, to me at least, is new. Emphasis is placed on whole groups evolving and traveling. On this occasion Monroe learned who he was and why he had lived his life as he had. How many of us can say that? This book may seem "wacko" to left-brained readers, but it may construct the future for humans.
Publisher Information:New York: Doubleday, 1994. 303p. Bibl: 287-299; Glos: 271-276
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