Multidimensional Man by Jurgen Ziewe

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Multidimensional Man by Jurgen Ziewe

Post by atsguy » Sat Sep 07, 2019 2:21 am

https://www.amazon.com/Multidimensional ... 1409224252
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.
This book as a absolutely increadible marvel. Jurgen insights after 40 years of our or body experiences are truly insightful. Him being an artist, and working on rendering some of the higher dimensional/morantial worlds that he saw are breathtaking.

He has a great youtube, where some of his videos are posted. Especially some artistic ones of what he saw in his journeys.


One of the coolest things he talks about seeing, is the festivals he witnesses in the let’s just call them astral worlds. And how on some of the lower astral people still use drugs to achieve higher states of consciousness. The details show just how infinite the greater reality is:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1xUDA10vD08
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Re: Multidimensional Man by Jurgen Ziewe

Post by happyrain » Tue Sep 10, 2019 5:00 am

Thank you atsguy, this feels important to me.

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Re: Multidimensional Man by Jurgen Ziewe

Post by Sandy » Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:56 am

Thank you for posting this Atsguy. I noticed too that there is a part 1 on Youtube as well. I look forward to relaxing and tuning in to his knowledge and experiences in this fascinating subject.
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Re: Multidimensional Man by Jurgen Ziewe

Post by atsguy » Wed Oct 02, 2019 5:05 am

A great excerpt from his book, where he talks about witnessing entire cities or more like colonies made from ”thought”. Yes thoughts and belief systems that take on structure in a way, and millions of people live on these man made thought colonies.

http://www.soul-guidance.com/houseofthe ... urney.html

How easy it seemed for people to become seduced and ensnared by these grand designs. The sheer presence of them, how each thought provided refuge, belonging and identity, because beyond them appeared to be nothing but dark and empty space. How many people, I thought, understand that they have the power to rise above and observe these thoughts for what they are: temporary resting places, no more than inventions, giving us the illusion that we are in control. And yet they were as fleeting as clouds. When my interest waned and attention withdrew, they withered away into nothingness.
I was fascinated by this powerful display. The passions and energies invested in them made them shine and stand out like grand edifices, singing the glory of their creators, many of them hypnotised by their beauty and artistic perfection.
Occasionally, majestic structures drifted through my field of vision with great authority, rolling slowly through the vast deep space like gigantic alien star ships, so vast that I could barely see where they finished. Millions of orbs were attached to them, attracted by their sheer size and presence, enjoying the ride and the company of fellow crew members. It was driven by a powerful engine at its centre, which was nothing less then a gigantic star, sitting at the top of a magnificent dome for everyone to see. Inside the dome, millions worshipped it like their God.

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Re: Multidimensional Man by Jurgen Ziewe

Post by happyrain » Thu Oct 03, 2019 8:00 pm

Sometimes I think we're gifted our own Universe. Thanks for sharing that atsguy.

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Re: Multidimensional Man by Jurgen Ziewe

Post by Sandy » Thu Oct 03, 2019 11:52 pm

Thanks for posting this, Atsguy and revitalising this thread.
In the re reading I remember there were several things I wanted very much to investigate.
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