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  • Series: Exploring the Afterlife (Book 3)
  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing (October 1, 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1571741399
  • ISBN-13: 978-1571741394
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.5 x 8.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #720,333 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By jimclark46 on June 12, 2000
Format: Paperback
Ok, having voraciously read the first book, Voyages into the Unknown, and sort of plodded through the second one, Voyage Beyond Doubt (a slight mis-lead, as Bruce continues to doubt on occasion), all I can say is WHOW about this book.
Bruce continues his mechanistic perceptions of what happens "over there." As a mechanical engineer, I would expect him to describe in certain details the machine-like aspects of the various functionalities of how things work, in reference to The Coordinating Intelligences, the Entry Director and the Planning Center. What this gives me, is a mechanistic approach to how things are done. But what I am wondering is if this is how certain spiritual things which are beyond our comprehension are brought into comprehension for Bruce. What I am saying here is that these spiritual "functions" may not be as they appeared to Bruce, but in order for Bruce to understand what he was experiencing, it was made to appear as he experienced it...thus, if it were you or me experiencing these things...would we experience them just as Bruce did? Just because our experience is "different" does not lessen the value of how Bruce perceived these things. What is important, is that they DO exist, however they are truely carried out in whatever reality they really exist in.
God continuously makes for us what is incomprehensible, comprehensible to the extent that we may perceive in some fashion, at our own level of spiritual development, what IS. Therefore, I do not doubt what Bruce experienced, I only wonder if a different individual would perceive the same functionalities differently, depending upon level of understanding and level of spiritual development in context of soul development.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Cassandra Barnes on September 16, 2002
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Voyages Into the Afterlife, by Bruce Moen, is the third book in his Exploring the Afterlife series. The series is a continuing account of his exploration into non-physical realms, which he began in 1992.
Moen, who studies with the Monroe Institute in Virginia, first learned "retrieval," which is helping people who have recently died and need assistance with moving fully into the Afterlife. Once he learned the basics, he began serious exploration, the fascinating details of which he describes in this book.
In his out-of-body, or non-physical form, Moen travels to the center of the Earth, where he enters the "earth-core crystal," as well to the far reaches of the Universe. He also meets with other non-physical beings, some from outer space and some from Earth. Some beings are previously deceased humans, while others are the out-of-body manifestations of still-living humans.
Wherever he travels, and whomever he contacts, one message is emphasized again and again to Moen: that "pure, unconditional love" is the center of all existence. He speculates that the upcoming "Earth Changes" will initiate an unimaginably powerful infusion of pure, unconditional love that could change humankind forever.
Moen says that his explorations have shown that the Afterlife provides an "opportunity to live in complete freedom" after we die. He also says that you don't have to take his word for it, that "you can explore There yourself and learn from your own direct experience. There you might discover not just hope, but also knowledge" which can erase the fear of death.
Voyages Into the Afterlife, along with the first two volumes in the series, belong on the shelves of every reader curious about what exists beyond the physical world.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Frederick Christian Dorsey on February 7, 2000
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This is the third book in an evolving story of afterlife adventures with Bruce Moen. Skillfully explained without interpretive fluff. He tells it like it is and explains the structure of the Afterlife like no one else. The first two books explain how he came about his abilities to percieve the afterlife and are well worth the read. This third one is where the fun begins! Keep a look out for his fourth book where he gets an extensive look within the Afterlife with tour guide the late Robert A. Monroe.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 6, 2000
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Bruce Moen deserves to be better known and this is why I want to write this short comment. Mind opener is an understatement; this book describes such a wider reality to the human condition that it truly causes one to rethink our being on earth and beyond. While at times the stuff seems incredible, Bruce still manages to remain the level headed person that we expect from a trained engineer. The concepts are exciting and they are often corroborated by others who have shared his experiences, thus validating much of it. I truly recommend it.
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15 of 22 people found the following review helpful By *** on May 19, 2005
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Moen's book recounts an intriguing series of personal journeys undertaken during classes at the Monroe Institute (TMI). The classes there build on experiences by its founder Robert Monroe detailed a series of books written over a span of many years. In a sense the Moen chronicle (this is vol 3) picks up where Monroe leaves off using the same kind of annoying jargon. Fortunately there is a glossary to guide the reader. Many other authors have tried to capture the goings-on at Monroe, but Moen seems to have turned it into a career. If you are a current or prospective TMI student, these writings could be the ultimate guide (or puff-piece) to bring a new level of understanding. However, if you are the average reader thinking from the title that you are going to learn something more about the afterlife as depicted by books in the spiritualist tradition, forget it. Science fiction fans would probably find great enjoyment with the work. Moen is an effective writer who maintains a fast-paced description of his experiences, but the jargon-laden pages are a bit much to attract attention from a general audience. His fun-filled episodes with their never-ending sexual overtones are more reminiscent of a teen-ager at Disneyland than a metaphysical explorer pushing to new levels of understanding. The volume is a testament to Moen's amazing astral abilities and his mentoring of TMI students. If you would like a description that is an order of magnitude more useful try the "Life in the world Unseen" series from Anthony Borgia or free afterlife ebooks at spiritwritings.com
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