"Truly I tell you, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven."
So what is error in this context? I believe (and so does Bob it seems) that is a misunderstanding, a kind of "Devil's Trick" to keep you misguided. One of the key lessons here, that I think Bob has gotten exactly correct, is that "emotions follow thoughts" - if your thoughts are wrong then your emotions will be misguided also.
Bob uses the example of a horror movie - your thoughts are caught up in the movie, and even though you are quite safe, you often feel fear. The fear follows the thoughts. And fear is one of the most negative emotions. Thus if we can control our thoughts, perhaps we can keep various fears at bay. Would this not be an enormous freedom? Freedom from fear? How do we achieve it? I think through trust in God. However, such trust can only be placed if one is trying to follow the path that Christ taught. This path is as follows (GGJ, 5:204):
"man's redemption will be true and effective for him only if he follows the given directions strictly and faithfully, - otherwise after the arrival of the Messiah he will be exactly the same sinful man he was prior to it. For the Messiah from the heavens will redeem from his original sin only the one who lives in every respect exactly according to His teaching. No one should hope for any magical and wonderful effect from Him as regards the salvation from the mentioned hereditary sin!"
Therefore to help one along this path, I highly recommend keeping in mind the following advice from Philippians 4:8:
"Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praise, dwell on these things."*
Thus by controlling our thoughts we can train our hearts to seek and love only the good and beautiful.
* Note: There is one major point at which I think Bob George maybe a little off-track. Bob seems to think that you are saved simply by believing in Jesus. This is a very interesting point, and one that seems contradicted in the Lorber quote above from the Great Gospel of John (GGJ). As I understand it, we truly are saved by God's grace, but simply believing in God is not enough - one must actively seek to live to purify his heart and act in obedience to Christ in all things. Of course, this is not easy, and it is a life's work to make ongoing progress on this front. My personal opinion is that whilst believing and accepting Christ is the first step to being saved, in itself it is not enough, and eventually - either here or in the beyond - one must work on shaping one's own heart (with God's help of course).
In his book Bob spends a lot of time talking about the issues of sin and forgiveness of sins. Bob suggests that one cannot earn God's love - it is unconditional, and nothing you can do will make God love you more or less. I think this is mostly true, however, that does not mean that you do not need to make any effort to progress towards a Christ-nature yourself - on the contrary, according to the Lorber writings, such work on one's heart is a major task and necessary for achieving Child-of God status. This is also implied in the bible quotes above - if nothing else is necessary other than accepting and believing in Christ -why then are we advised to dwell on good things? Why are we asked by Christ to unbind things here on Earth?