Module No. 1: Introduction: General Theory and Motivation


Briefly introduce students to the subject of phase states and get them fully motivated to make attempts, as the success rate of the lessons depends on both the students’ desire to perform attempts and the total number of attempts made.

Key Concepts

Mandatory: Introduction, seminar aim, the umbrella term out-of-body experience, the perceptual qualities and properties of the experience, overview of practical applications of the phenomenon, and lesson format.

Non-Mandatory: Survey the group to find out their level of practice, the story of the instructor’s personal practice, how widespread the phenomenon is, the nature of the phenomenon from various points of view, the future of the phenomenon, contraindications, having a balanced approach to the phenomenon, how often to practice, faith in the methods, and examples.

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