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Product Details

  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Lulu.com; 1st edition (August 12, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1409224252
  • ISBN-13: 978-1409224259
  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.5 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #305,329 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This intelligent account takes out-of-body experiences and lucid dreaming to another level while remaining divorced from dogma and the confines of belief systems. This graphic and in-depth record of the afterlife explored through astral travel and lucid dreams invites you to investigate new realms of experience beyond the physical. With each carefully documented journey out of the body, the reader is increasingly assured that death is a journey towards expanded consciousness. Documented in personal journals, this informative first-person account fills gaps in our understanding of ultimate reality and the higher dimensions and serves as a source of inspiration and encouragement. For a book that explores the realms of life after death, Multidimensional Man is a very down-to-earth exploration that will inspire anyone from atheists and skeptics to those with an interest in psychology, metaphysics and the sublime to explore the realms accessible through altered states of awareness.

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The best book on out-of-body-experiences that I have ever read.
DahliaDahlia
I also like the fact that the author is not afraid to bring up subject matter many will regard as inconvenient vs feel good propaganda.
Jamie
I'd like to extend my greatest thanks to this author for making the effort to share his very personal and transformational experiences.
Justin

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Justin on November 28, 2008
Format: Paperback
This book should be thoroughly enjoyed by readers who have been deeply moved by the works of authors such as Robert Monroe, Bruce Moen, Rosalind McKnight etc.
The great attraction of this author lies in his inherent ability to effortlessly draw you into his experiential world through his astonishing gift of accurately recreating the visual landscapes along with their affecting power, which he encounters in his captivating out-of-body explorations.
Not only that, but I found the transcendental essence of his interdimensional excursions was deeply impacting as well.
Given the level-headed nature of this man's reporting style, you can't help but be instantly transported with him into the very real worlds that he visits in full awareness and for extended periods of time as well.
Particularly fascinating and affecting is the lengthy description of his deeply profound experience beyond human form towards the end of the book.
I'd like to extend my greatest thanks to this author for making the effort to share his very personal and transformational experiences.

Absolutely essential reading for seekers of truth and greater consciousness.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By David O Powell on May 25, 2011
Format: Paperback
I was pleasantly surprised to find that this work was a documentary of a man's journeys--beyond.

If you are not an open-minded individual and never searching for a truth, then this experience
is not for you and would suggest staying in the comfort of your belief system, and you will awaken
when it is your time.

However--if you are like me, with a feeling, a knowing, that we are more than flesh and bones, more
than a casual thought,only to be planted in the ground and never to bloom again... Then, this candid
account by Mr. Ziewe is a must read.

Jurgen has been gracious enough to share his enlightening experiences with us, experiances that are
open to all of us, even before our time here expires.

I have only experienced this state of consciousness five or six times, and allow me to say, it is
beyond anything, anything, one can paint with words alone.

Thank you Jurgen for sharing.

Dave Powell
U.S.A.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By SLR Books on July 27, 2012
Format: Paperback
Not a review per se, a copy of the email I sent to the author. (Draw your own conclusions)

Hello Jurgen,

It's not often I feel compelled to thank an author for their work before I've even finished the book but I had to drop you an email to do just that.

I've studied dreams for almost 20 years and, through the work of Castaneda and then LaBerge et al, have focussed my intent on achieving lucidity whilst in the dream state. Unfortunately, I've only been successful on a handful of occasions and the `shock' has always cut the experience short. I'd just like to say that since starting your book a week or so ago, it's like someone has switched my `dream TV' from analogue to full HD! I believe that reading your accounts has slowly filtered into my sub-conscious and unblocked something that was holding me back from where I wanted to be. Whilst I haven't yet become 'fully' lucid, I can tell it is only a matter of time now - I just need to make sure I don't blow it!

In line with, and I feel because of, your accounts, I have also begun to meditate again after a break of many years. This has also led to me being more relaxed during the day and more aware of how all of the knowledge I have accrued slots together.

There's so much I wanted to say but I know you are a very busy man so I'll keep it short-ish.

Basically, your book is one of those rare birds that leaves the reader a different person going out of it than when they went in. I can probably think of only a handful of others that have had the power/impact to do this (The Art of Dreaming is another - I've read that at least 4 times now and get something different out of it each time. Even now, I can't wait until I reread yours and I haven't even got to the end yet!)

So, credit where it's due, you've given something very special to your readers.

Heartfelt thanks

Richard
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jamie on June 17, 2013
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This book is a must read for anybody who wants to know what likely awaits us after this life is up. This book, though it's basically filled with anecdotal accounts of a single individual's experience, is still one of the most valuable reads pertaining to life after death. From my own personal accounts of what I can recall as being a few brief visitations during my dreams from a few deceased loved ones, combined with many individual accounts from various other afterlife books that I've read I really think that Multidimensional Man may be one of the most accurate books out there. In fact I've found this book to give a more detailed and accurate account of the afterlife than most other books, including even those with more scientific inquiry, and I'm generally a sceptical person concerning anecdotal experiences being entirely reliable.

This book clearly demonstrates that there are many falsehoods floating around out there, even on websites dedicated to the afterlife. The notion that 'most average decent open-minded' people will go to the third realm (Summerlands if you will) after passing on does indeed seem to be a falsehood. I don't want to be a spoiler so I will not post too much more about the book here. This book is an excellent and detailed account of the various possibilities which potentially await us in a truly multidimensional universe. After reading this book you'll realize indeed that truth is much stranger than fiction. I also like the fact that the author is not afraid to bring up subject matter many will regard as inconvenient vs feel good propaganda. I've estimated myself to have read over two hundred books about life in the hereafter, and I would easily place Multidimensional Man in the best top five.
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