Less Incomplete: A Guide to Experiencing the Human Condition Beyond the Physical Body
With a foreword by Dutch cardiologist, Dr Pim van Lommel, and endorsed by neuropsychiatrist Dr Peter Fenwick and Brenda Dunne of the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) laboratory, the explanations offered in this book for the existence of the human consciousness (soul, spirit) beyond the physical body, have the backing of some of the world's most eminent medical and scientific researchers of life after death.
Based on an advanced, new scientific approach to studying the consciousness as proposed by Dr. Waldo Vieira, one of the world's foremost consciousness researchers, (according to Who's Who in the 21 st Century 2002 ) Less Incomplete provides a comprehensive understanding of the reality of the human condition beyond the physical body, offering readers a profound opportunity to increase their self-awareness, self-confidence, balance and maturity, and to take control of their experience of life.
In this book, Sandie Gustus presents the key themes of conscientiology and projectiology, the two new sciences proposed by Dr. Vieira.
Conscientiology is the science that studies the consciousness, investigating all of its attributes, properties, characteristics, bodies, lives and phenomena. It is important to make the distinction here between the consciousness and consciousness . In the context of this book the consciousness is used as a synonym of soul, spirit, or self. Consciousness – on its own – is typically used to imply the state of being aware or lucid.
Each of the first three parts of this book focuses on a specific attribute of the consciousness; that it is multidimensional, that it is multiexistential (i.e. it reincarnates) and that it evolves.
Projectiology is the sub-discipline of conscientiology dedicated to the study of the projection of the consciousness outside of the physical body (out-of-body experience, OBE), and is important as the OBE is an effective tool for personally verifying what lies beyond our material world.
Part Four instructs the readers on how to use the OBE, a natural human capacity, to verify the information in the first three parts of the book for themselves.
Once the key concepts of these sciences have been read and understood, their true value becomes apparent, for it is possible to apply this knowledge in a very direct and practical way in favour of one's own personal development, to potentially life-changing effect. Readers will learn, for example, how to:
In examining the dynamics and interrelationships between a multitude of subjects related to the consciousness, the comprehensive yet straightforward approach of this book allows for a complete picture of the reality of human existence to emerge. It is only in having this bigger picture that readers can identify their place in it and so take the next step towards living more meaningful everyday lives that take into account the entirety of their existence as a human consciousness.