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Title: My first OBE - Felt like a dream - Could not go thru walls
Post by: iforgotmy on October 18, 2016, 00:20:36
hello

I think I had my first OBE last night
but it was feeling like a dream, is it normal ?


I simply went to bed with the firm conviction that it would work this time (I am trying since 6 months)

As usual, I naturally wake up several times during the night
as I was going to fall asleep again, I sense the vibrations (nothing unusual), but this time they increase very much in frequency, but it somehow feel like they have a problem to become stronger, so I force them, all this wasn't very smooth

then I sat up, I had to force much more than usual, my body was very heavy
At this moment I think I have separated
BUT, I suddently re-enter my body

So I force again the vibration, they are strong, then suddently they stopped and I found myself laying in the same position than my physical body, but 1 meter away (on my right side, not levitating)

This time I get up, but it feels like a dream . So I decided to touch and rub my walls to see if it increase thd realness
I couldn't feel it. I try to push my hand throu it, but it did not work

Then I found myself laying in my bed, and I slowly went back into my normal state of consciousness, it felt like waking up from a very light sleep


All this was feeling like entering directly in a lucid dream, was it really an OBE ?

I only wanted to share my experience, if you have advise to help me to repeat it or increase realness, you are welcome !


Title: Re: My first OBE - Felt like a dream - Could not go thru walls
Post by: SCHMUSTIN on October 18, 2016, 00:36:48
I am by no means an experts but is sounds like you had an OBE.

I am interested to see what others with way more experience say.
I as well, have a difficult time figuring out... is a sensation or such experience a product of my imagination, cause i am wanting it soooo bad?
Or if it is a sensation that is actually part of the process.


Title: Re: My first OBE - Felt like a dream - Could not go thru walls
Post by: Subtle Traveler on October 18, 2016, 02:30:40
Maybe ... maybe not ...

Just log it into your journal and try again. Once you have a few out of body experiences, you will be able to come back to journal and most likely answer this question for yourself.

Vibrations do NOT usually come with dreams (I have never had that happen myself), but then a dream could provide false vibrations as a subconscious element. That makes a confirmation of your perceived experience difficult.

Projecting beyond the body does have some very obvious confirmations (e.g., like looking back and seeing a body like yours lying on your bed). I would look for something like this as proof of an OBE in the future.


Title: Re: My first OBE - Felt like a dream - Could not go thru walls
Post by: Xanth on October 18, 2016, 17:13:16
hello

I think I had my first OBE last night
but it was feeling like a dream, is it normal ?


I simply went to bed with the firm conviction that it would work this time (I am trying since 6 months)

As usual, I naturally wake up several times during the night
as I was going to fall asleep again, I sense the vibrations (nothing unusual), but this time they increase very much in frequency, but it somehow feel like they have a problem to become stronger, so I force them, all this wasn't very smooth

then I sat up, I had to force much more than usual, my body was very heavy
At this moment I think I have separated
BUT, I suddently re-enter my body

So I force again the vibration, they are strong, then suddently they stopped and I found myself laying in the same position than my physical body, but 1 meter away (on my right side, not levitating)

This time I get up, but it feels like a dream . So I decided to touch and rub my walls to see if it increase thd realness
I couldn't feel it. I try to push my hand throu it, but it did not work

Then I found myself laying in my bed, and I slowly went back into my normal state of consciousness, it felt like waking up from a very light sleep


All this was feeling like entering directly in a lucid dream, was it really an OBE ?

I only wanted to share my experience, if you have advise to help me to repeat it or increase realness, you are welcome !
The ONLY check one needs to do to see if something was a projection or not is this:  Did you recognize you were in a reality which wasn't this physical reality?  AND were you consciously aware as in did you know you were you?

This was a Projection.  Yes.  :)