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:
>identify their purpose in life and move towards it with discernment,
conviction and self-motivation;
>avoid repeating the mistakes of past lives;
>know themselves more completely and realize their full potential, to
>face and overcome their limitations and shortcomings through frank
>self-analysis, and to get the most out of their strong traits;
>have more positive helpers (spirit guides) and people around them,
>and how to protect themselves from negative influences;
>master their energy and use it as a tool to heal themselves and
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.Sandie Gustus’s professional background is in marketing and communications. She has lived and worked in her native Australia, France, the United Arab Emirates, Switzerland and the U.K. She holds a Bachelor of Arts, a Post-Graduate Diploma of Education, and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. She lives in Surrey, England, where she is responsible for the Communications function for the EMEA region for an American multinational.
When Sandie first came across the International Academy of Consciousness (IAC, an organization associated with Dr. Vieira’s work) in 2001, she was working with a specialized agency of the United Nations in Geneva. She began volunteering for the IAC the following year. Having already spent several years in pursuit of self-knowledge, studying at the IAC had such an impact on her life that in 2003 she left Geneva and moved to London to train to be an instructor with the IAC, to promote its courses, and to assist in expanding its reach across Europe.
The IAC, a global non-profit scientific research and educational organization, offers over 100 different courses in several languages across five continents.
The IAC is currently constructing the IAC Research Center in Évora, Portugal, funded by revenue generated from its courses and publications. The facilities at the research center provide interested individuals with opportunities for producing psychic experiences and expanding self-awareness. The IAC also publishes the Journal of Conscientiology, a quarterly scientific journal of leading-edge articles on paranormal and consciousness studies.
As Sandie explains in the introduction to Less Incomplete, “During these years working for the IAC, it gradually became apparent to me that there was a role to be played as a kind of bridging ‘interpreter’ between Dr. Vieira and lay readers interested in enriching their knowledge of the human consciousness and the wider realities in which we exist. Vieira’s own books are notoriously sophisticated, technical and intellectual in style, but his priority was to further human knowledge by faithfully and accurately recording the details of his research, not to write a bestseller. My endeavor, with this book, is to make his work available to a wider nonacademic audience by presenting it in a language and format that everyone can understand and follow, without compromising the integrity of his ideas in any way. Einstein once said that “it should be possible to explain the laws of physics to a barmaid” so I figure it should be equally possible to explain conscientiology to the general reader.”
Less Incomplete is Sandie’s first book. She has published numerous articles on the consciousness, bioenergies and related phenomena in the UK and internationally.
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Author talk at Watkins, November 2011. In her new book, Less Incomplete, Sandie Gustus presents the key themes of conscientiology and projectiology, the two new sciences proposed by Dr. Vieira.