Bruce Moen

I am informed that Bruce Moen, author of five books, creator of the afterlife knowledge workshops, presenter and workshop leader on three continents, and, not least, longtime friend of so many people at The Monroe Institute, completed his transition from 3D to All-D today at 3:20 in the afternoon.

Bruce’s and my mutual friend Ed Carter had a tradition in his family: When someone died, they lifted a glass in their honor and said, “Bon voyage.”

Same here. Also, well done.

9 thoughts on “Bruce Moen

  1. Long ago I attended among the first of his weekend workshops. His books were a great resource for me, another engineer. How it’s all put together, in an understandable way. Bon voyage, Bruce, and much love.

  2. Bon Voyage and Fare Thee Well, Bruce! I just reshelved all our TMI- related authors/books – including yours- and had been thinking I would like to move yours to my bedside ‘to read (again) stack- as soon as I am thru the Rita series! Somehow, your ‘departure’ convinces me that this is what I will be doing.. (and reading) soon! Best Wishes as you carry on keeping on! — w/ Smiles and Waves from Susan McLean P.S. I like your Bernie shirt!

  3. Frank,

    I remember reading in one of your books that a lady friend of yours, with whom you attended a Monroe Institute class, and shared some interests on those lines, passed on, and you were surprised that she got stuck in the Afterlife, focus 22 I believe. You found her, and retrieved her.

    Do you think it would be possible that Bruce might end stuck, and need a retrieval?

    1. Anything is possible, but I doubt it. Joyce was heavily medicated and in great pain, and the combination served to send her into the next world disoriented. She didn’t really realize that she had died. Bruce, I gather, died peacefully, and had certainly had long enough to prepare his own way, so to speak. If he is in difficulty, someone here will get the message, I imagine, and go looking for him, just as happened with Joyce. He, like she, has his non-3D self to send up flares.

  4. It’s so funny. The first time I heard of Bruce Moen was yesterday – the day he died. I found a YouTube lecture he gave for Nexus Magazines in Australia. It was one of the most informative, gentle talks I’ve ever heard on this subject. It actually changed my view of myself and the people and circumstances around me. I thought to myself that I should do a search on this Bruce Moen guy to see where else he was lecturing – and up comes his obituary. Thank you, Bruce, for this gift of knowledge, and Godspeed!

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