Monday, March 19, 2007

The Frank Kepple Resource

Put on a mental seatbelt and read this:

The Frank Kepple Resource

It is long but well worth the read. It doesn't focus as much on techniques as it does the nature of reality. Frank describes consciousness as having four focuses, in which our physical realm is only the first focus. He says that when we astral project, we are not really leaving our bodies, we are simply switching our focus or awareness.

Some parts of this are emotional, and after I read it I found myself wanting to do retrieval work.

Here I am assigning myself tasks and I haven't even projected yet!

Anyway, a lot of this resonated with me. I hope you find it an interesting read, too.

6 comments:

Kingsley said...

Hi PW - I share your significance of Dreams... are you aware of the work of Stephen LaBerge?

I'm also currently reading Robert Monroe's 'Journeys Out of the Body' ..mmmm... like trying to fit all the pieces of a jigsaw together...

We Are Weavers...!

Puzzled Woeman said...

Hi Kingsley, I do know of Stephen LaBerge, yes. I have two of his books, although I have yet to read them. There is so much I want to learn, see and do and not enough time in life to do it! If I could speed read it would help, but I've got a bit of OCD and reading is a problem for me because I fall into patterns of repetitive reading.

Interesting that you're reading Monroe, his work is the work that Frank based his work on.

You may be interested in the Gateway Series, as I am, but it costs more than I am willing to spend and I also don't have high speed internet so downloading it isn't an option for me either.

Here's some information:

http://tinyurl.com/yscu8l - It's cheaper here than I've ever seen it before.

And here is someone's experience journal - http://tinyurl.com/ysww7w

Kingsley said...

Hi PW - thanks for the info and links: I too peeked into the Sync software material - and also far too costly for me, and i'm not totally convinced about it either... mmm...

The Monroe Institute also did alot of work on training remote viewers, such as Ingo Swann... and thats an intriguing area too....

Weave the Puzzles Well....

Puzzled Woeman said...

I don't know if you've heard of the NovaDreamer or not, and they don't manufacture it anymore, but it is/was a sleeping mask you could wear that would detect REM and play a series of tones and lights that would make the dreamer aware of the fact they were dreaming, and as such they could have lucid dreams. I looked around yesterday for a new mask and there is one called The Dream Maker but I don't know how reliable it is. Since it isn't put out by the Lucidity Institute, I'm a bit cautious.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sophia,

Great blog :)

Have you been here?

http://www.explorations-in-consciousness.com

;o)

Sophia said...

Hi Anonymous,

I don't think I have been there. Thank you for the link. I'm checking it out as we speak.