Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Tom Campbell at The Monroe Institute

While it may not be apparent to people who are not familiar with Tom's work, Tom has vast experience with astral projection and beyond — through out of body experiences — and continues to be a very valuable source of information, as well as a great teacher, in terms of the system of life and spiritual purpose of consciousness that resides here in various forms, within the Earth School.

In my opinion, his book, My Big TOE, is one of those books that should be part of our early education system, alongside other classics like Michael Newton's Journey of Souls and Destiny of Souls.

Tom helped Bob Monroe with the formation of the Monroe Institute (TMI), before Monroe's passing, and played a pivotal role with it's development. Established in the early 70's, the Monroe Institute in Virginia, USA, is focused on helping people explore consciousness through astral projection and other techniques. In 1978, the U.S. military evaluated TMI and arranged to send officers there for OBE training and continued to do so over the years.

Below is a new video from Tom which focused on his work at the Monroe Institute.

Description: (Two and a half hours) "You are about to get a rare glimpse into one of the famous programs presented at The Monroe Institute, this one conducted by physicist and consciousness researcher Tom Campbell, author of My Big TOE.

Tom is the physicist 'T.C'. in Robert Monroe’s book Far Journeys.

Tom shares his unique abilities with the participants firstly with a short synopsis of his work and scientific approach to consciousness, followed by advice on preparing for consciousness exploration.

The focus of this first part of his presentation is intellectual level versus being level in terms of successful exploration.

Participants reported significant breakthroughs, advances, and life-changing experiences in this six day workshop."


Direct Link

http://monroeinstitute.org - The Monroe Institute
http://mbtevents.com - Tom's latest events and workshops


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