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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishastralas‧tral /ˈæstrəl/ adjective  1 relating to ideas and experiences connected with the mind and spirit rather than the body out-of-body experiences and astral travel2 relating to the stars
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astralMan has three bodies, the physical, the astral and the causal which overlie and interpenetrate each other.astral bodiesThe astral body, also known as the emotional body, reflects most of the auric colouring.Occultists and some clairvoyants claim that this is the astral body.A mahogany breakfast table sold at £200; an astral glazed pine cupboard £200 and a marble top washstand £180.But even these alienated loners can benefit from this book: See the section on astral love.The astral telepath would die in any case when exterminatus arrived.Classic dissociative phenomena include out-of-the-body experiences, astral travel, near-death- and rebirth-type experiences.As with astral travel, some talk of being linked to their physical bodies by a filmy cord.
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