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Title: walking into the NP environment
Post by: soarin12 on May 05, 2014, 06:42:02
In my last conscious projection, when the scene opened up, I was watching it in movie form.  It occurred to me that I should join the scene, but I didn't because I was just enjoying it the way it was.  The movie was this big, continuous scrolling screen moving from right to left.  I saw a plane crash, many beautiful vistas from all over the world--deserts, planes, water scenes, lots of strange symbols... it went on for about 10 min. this way, and then I suddenly heard and felt rhythmic footsteps.  I realized that I was the one walking but I wasn't really anywhere.  I wasn't in the scene--it was only a movie.  I was confused at first and wondered if I could be walking around in the physical.  No, that couldn't be it.  I just didn't know where my 'walking self' was.  I finally realized I was being prodded (I guess by invisible guides) to join the scene.  So as soon as I intended my 'walking self' to walk into the scene, I joined it.  I guess I was being schooled.  I've only had one of these movie type projections once before so maybe my guides weren't so sure I was going to be able to enter the scene by myself so they helped me out in a creative way!


Title: Re: walking into the NP environment
Post by: EscapeVelocity on May 06, 2014, 07:59:58
This sounds like the 'the phasing screen' that Frank Kepple describes in his Phasing Resource. It's a long read but well worth it. I've seen it many times.

You say your movie was somehow running right to left? Mine seemed to be running left to right...

One time it started with old single frame snapshot photos, literally daguerrotypes, black and white. Then the photos started speeding up until it was like an old '20s or '30s silent feature, then speeded up and took on color, speeded up further and went HD and stabilized and 'strengthened' so much that I felt a certain gravity pulling me into the scene. I went a little early the first try and got bounced right back,  but with the second try I fully entered the scene. It was amazing!

I think you are probably right, it was an entrance to your lucid dreaming world...and that's just fine. From there you might look for a portal or just express your intent to then go to an astral destination.

They certainly threw you a clue with the sounds of footsteps! You caught it, great! I would have probably had to have them throw a dollar on the path to get me to jump into the scene! Lol


Title: Re: walking into the NP environment
Post by: soarin12 on May 06, 2014, 08:45:40
Thanks!  I'll have to check out the Frank Kepple resource.  I think I skimmed it once.  I'm sure I'd get more out of it now.

I thought it was weird that mine ran from right to left.  After all, we read from left to right.

You bounced off it?  That's hysterical!  It really is amazing the creative ways we are taught things.


Title: Re: walking into the NP environment
Post by: Szaxx on May 09, 2014, 00:03:25
You were phasing and your description fits perfectly.
If you haven't read this, please do.

 http://www.astralpulse.com/forums/welcome_to_astral_consciousness/the_astral_blueprint-t38729.0.html

It will guide you.


Title: Re: walking into the NP environment
Post by: soarin12 on May 09, 2014, 02:54:09
You were phasing and your description fits perfectly.
If you haven't read this, please do.

 http://www.astralpulse.com/forums/welcome_to_astral_consciousness/the_astral_blueprint-t38729.0.html

It will guide you.

It says, the sounds heard will synchronize with the images presented.  In my case the sound heard (foot steps)  became synchronized with my own NP body, and I perceived myself walking.  Thanks, Szaxx.  I had read that before, but got more out of it this time since I had the new kind of experience.



Title: Re: walking into the NP environment
Post by: deepspace on May 09, 2014, 07:21:57
In my last conscious projection, when the scene opened up, I was watching it in movie form.  It occurred to me that I should join the scene, but I didn't because I was just enjoying it the way it was.  The movie was this big, continuous scrolling screen moving from right to left.  I saw a plane crash, many beautiful vistas from all over the world--deserts, planes, water scenes, lots of strange symbols... it went on for about 10 min. this way, and then I suddenly heard and felt rhythmic footsteps.  I realized that I was the one walking but I wasn't really anywhere.  I wasn't in the scene--it was only a movie.  I was confused at first and wondered if I could be walking around in the physical.  No, that couldn't be it.  I just didn't know where my 'walking self' was.  I finally realized I was being prodded (I guess by invisible guides) to join the scene.  So as soon as I intended my 'walking self' to walk into the scene, I joined it.  I guess I was being schooled.  I've only had one of these movie type projections once before so maybe my guides weren't so sure I was going to be able to enter the scene by myself so they helped me out in a creative way!

What you just described is for me the absolute best way to go into the NP. It has only happened about 3 times so far, but had pretty much the same experience. It starts as a 2D image as if it on a movie screen. Then I create an intention to pass through to the other side so to say. I pass through what seems like a transition point of some kind where it goes from a 2D screen-like image into a 3D full-sensory world with sharply defined visuals and solid, touchable surfaces. It's really the ultimate experience to step through that invisible curtain or whatever it is.  This is also similar to the portal experiences I've had where I find the portal. Right now I am working on a meditation which I call "finding the portal", looking "inside" for it. Just started it and working on the technique to make this happen more often. Hopefully will have results soon.


Title: Re: walking into the NP environment
Post by: soarin12 on May 09, 2014, 07:50:30
What you just described is for me the absolute best way to go into the NP. It has only happened about 3 times so far, but had pretty much the same experience. It starts as a 2D image as if it on a movie screen. Then I create an intention to pass through to the other side so to say. I pass through what seems like a transition point of some kind where it goes from a 2D screen-like image into a 3D full-sensory world with sharply defined visuals and solid, touchable surfaces. It's really the ultimate experience to step through that invisible curtain or whatever it is.  This is also similar to the portal experiences I've had where I find the portal. Right now I am working on a meditation which I call "finding the portal", looking "inside" for it. Just started it and working on the technique to make this happen more often. Hopefully will have results soon.

I've been thinking about the portal thing too.  I don't think I've ever had one of those. I've had where your're in the dark and see a crack of light coming from somewhere and then you go into it.  Also where when you're transitioning from the physical to NP, you're sucked out and going into a vortex of sorts.  I don't know if those are portals or not but that's the next thing I want to start working on too.


Title: Re: walking into the NP environment
Post by: deepspace on May 09, 2014, 08:52:23
I've had a few portal transition experiences, the most recent is when I saw a door and recognized it as a portal. I created an intention to pass through it with something like "this is a portal, let me pass through it". I "opened" the door and on the other side was a ramp which went down into city. Once I passed through the door, it was the same kind of transitional point to a completely sensory world with all of the features of the physical world which are pretty much standard. Always have to to make sure that I can't tell the difference just to satisfy my curiosity. 

My thought is that portals are transition devices, used to pass from one state to another. They are symbolic as a concept and help to focus intent. They can be doors, stairways, elevators, vehicles, mirrors. A tool that provides a focus.