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His 1971 book Journeys Out of the Body is credited with popularizing the term “out-of-body experience”. Monroe achieved worldwide recognition as an explorer of human consciousness and out-of-body experiences. His research, beginning in the 1950s, produced evidence that specific sound patterns have identifiable, beneficial effects on our capabilities. Assisted by specialists in psychology, medicine, biochemistry, psychiatry, electrical engineering, physics, and education, Robert Monroe developed Hemi-Sync, a patented audio technology that is claimed to facilitate enhanced performance.
He is also notable as one of the founders of the Jefferson Cable Corporation, the first cable company to cover central Virginia. Robert Allan Monroe was born in Indiana, weighing twelve pounds. Georgia Helen Jordan Monroe, was a non-practicing medical doctor and cellist and piano player.