An OBE experiential anthology edited by IAC UK's Rodrigo Montenegro is one of the books to be launched at the ICC conference next month:
In, forty-nine out-of-body accounts are reported, illustrating numerous types of OBE’s and approaches in dealing with the experience. The reader may find similarities between their own experiences and those of fellow projectors, thus gathering valuable information which can help improve their own skills. Intentional OBE’s, as well as spontaneous ones, are candidly reported. The book includes eleven accounts, in which the projectors describe gathering enough information while outside the body to confirm their perceptions with relevant and compelling evidence upon their return.
is an instructor and volunteer with the International Academy of Consciousness (IAC). Montenegro has had a keen interest in altered states of consciousness since a young age. His first lucid, self-induced OBE, at the age of 19, triggered his interest in the scientific study of OBEs. He is currently seeking a Master’s in Psychology at Roehampton University and conducting research on the Neurophysiological Correlates of Out-of-the Body Experiences.
A new look at OBEs for the 21st Century with 10 acclaimed authors including IAC president Luis Minero, author of Demystifying the OBE, and Nelson Abreu (IAC Los Angeles)