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 on: Today at 05:44:45 
Started by Kree - Last post by EscapeVelocity
Insomnia is a huge difficulty for me. Long ago, I gave up on the idea of laying down at 3PM or 8PM and meditating to a point of conscious exit; I just cannot relax to the necessary point. If I go to Monroe and spend three days in Hemi-Sync, yeah, I get there and can maintain the entrance point for the next three days...and it works...but that requires spending a week at Monroe.

So, I look for the moments of opportunity during my sleep cycle...and that is still problematic; very difficult to predict or control. The best periods during my nightly sleep cycle are described as WBTB moments or opportunities...either after two, three or four hours of sleep or early in the morning, as wake-ups and conscious exits from there. I understand that that presents difficulties with the work schedule, but that's where we have to find a method and a way to fit it in somewhere in your schedule...and experiment.

What you have written makes me think that you know and recognize that 'window of opportunity', you need to keep searching for those opportunistic conditions and what works specifically for you. And also realize that these conditions will change over time. It is a haunting challenge that demands we continually search for it, as a greater part of our learning.

Keep in mind that a properly formed Intent is always helpful and possibly necessary to success.

 on: Yesterday at 22:19:56 
Started by Kree - Last post by Kree
By far my biggest difficulty with phasing is insomnia. A focus of any kind on anything at all ensures I will stay awake. Lying on my back has the same effect. I might stay wake for 10+ hours if I just lie on my back.

The only times I've been able to phase have been when I'm particularly sleepy and repeating numbers or some repetitive action which I then subconsciously keep repeating at a point where I momentarily lose consciousness. I've realized that this specific point of losing consciousness is key to phasing, and absolutely nothing else seems to matter in this practice. It's like a big wave that will drown you in an instant, unless you catch it and ride the wave. But if it takes me hours to fall asleep then that wave can come at any second during those several hours, making it near-impossible to be ready for it. The wave inevitably comes, eventually, but I just pass out from exhaustion.

So I'm wondering if I should try switching from these traditional sorts of techniques to something more difficult and ambitious, but maybe more reliable, though idk how realistic they are. Tom Campbell supposedly does this, and sometimes mentions he's always living in multiple realities. Remote viewers do this too, to various degrees. Maybe working on that could somehow translate into phasing progress. And maybe even just the point consciousness state through meditation is be an approach worth exploring, but I've always dismissed it as impractical. Frank used to say how he finds meditation unnecessary, and he was the most successful projector I've ever read about.

Just looking for yall thoughts

 on: May 30, 2023, 05:51:13 
Started by shineling - Last post by shineling
Something strange has happened. A few nights ago I was going to sleep. So I lay down and was about to drift off when I see this light from the corner of my left eye. I had my eyes close of course, but this light moved in a very mechanical way and just lifted off. That night I had a terrible nightmare. I had paralysis and I tried to scream out for help to my Mother who sleeps in the room next to mine. I couldn't get any words out. All I could feel was this black force pushing down at me.

The next morning I woke up and I remembered my experience. But I also remembered that after that bad dream I had a really good dream where somehow I had earned my freedom and been granted the choice to transcend this world when it was my time. But still.... I couldn't shake that bad dream that came first.

When I got out of bed I felt a terrible pain on my left knee. I looked down and there was a straight cut exactly where the pain is. It's been a few days and the pain has not gone away. Now there is a small scab where the pain is. It looks like a straight line as if of a surgical knife!

I don't know what to think! If the pain does not go away in a few days I may have to go to the doctor!

 on: May 30, 2023, 02:27:16 
Started by LightBeam - Last post by Kodemaster
This is really cool, reminds me of the Law of Attraction. Smiley Sometimes I will tell myself X will happen on Y date at Z oddly-specific time for giggles. It does give me that boost of confidence a lot of times.

 on: May 30, 2023, 01:32:02 
Started by LightBeam - Last post by Kodemaster
Dang, that's really good! I am happy you stumbled onto something. Smiley Your relaxation technique reminds me of Mindfullness.

 on: May 30, 2023, 01:29:09 
Started by Gizzytaz - Last post by Kodemaster

        My experiences don't feel good anymore. They are much different than what they used to be. Now it's like some sort of mission that I have to do in order to wake up, but it feels like it is there to teach me how to calm my mind, but I feel in danger and pressured by time, like the more I stay, the harder it gets to return in my body. I am taking anxiety and psychotic pills because I lose sense of reality in the psysical, and I'm wondering if those pills have anything to do with me having those experiences at night.

        The first "mission" was to find a particular person. Pretty simple, but the trick was to know that I was supposed to do something, other than flying and shooting spider webs. I only figured it out when I saw that I couldn't wake up.
        The second one was last night, and this is more complex and more dangerous. There was a big shadow monster who watched over a bunch of people working for him, perhaps slaves, including myself, and he was roaming through the hallways. I didn't know what I had to do, I didn't even know that I had to do something or else it would get harder and longer to wake up. Finally when I feared less the shadow monster, I found out that I had to start a rebellion, and that is by meeting and touching people or whatever, but if the shadow sees me, the mission fails. I failed a couple of times, but it restarted and when I got it right, I waited for like 5 minutes in sleep paralysis and it felt like I'm squeezed hard through a small hole.
        This was after I woke up from a dream where I died in a car accident with a friend, and I was saying a prayer to not go to hell.
        Could it be the pills?

      I wonder if it's the anxiety itself causing the stressful experiences. Pain can certainly mess with us too. One psychologist told me that dreams are like the brain going into defrag mode. There is a neurologist I sometimes see who researches the effects on pain and dreaming. I can imagine it messes with APs and OBEs too.

      For me, dreaming and AP/OBEs serve a few purposes:
      • I am somehow having mixed up flashbacks of stuff that recently happened
      • Anxiety/Depression/PTSD manifesting itself
      • Telling the future in symbols. For me I need to take apart all the symbols from the dream, shuffle them and then draw dots. I find myself having flashbacks to the dream on days they come true, and I'm left feeling "ahh, that's what that dream means." Usually it's on days where dreams stay with me.

      Hope this helps.

       on: May 30, 2023, 01:18:55 
      Started by Tongo - Last post by Kodemaster
      I'm a Certified Advanced Hypnotherapist, been doing it for over 23 years. I hypnotized my mother in law for deep relaxation, then to have her drink more water by suggesting that the water tasted like chocolate milk, and Ice tea which it work for her. While she was in that deep hypnotic state I decided to have her experience an astral travel.  So I guided her out of her body through the ceiling in the sky then above the clouds the slowly above the earth looking down.  The suggested to her to go half way to the moon to see it closer and then look back and see the earth from that distance. Then told her to come back and see traveled same way she came through the clouds, above her house through the ceiling and back in her body. I counted her back up from 5 to 1 and she opened her eyes and was surprised and totally relaxed. She said it was so clear out of her body and seeing the earth and the moon. She didn't plan on doing an astral projection.  So yes hypnosis can be used to astral. 

      Wow, that's amazing!

       on: May 30, 2023, 01:17:41 
      Started by Enigmatik - Last post by Kodemaster
      Welcome back!

       on: May 30, 2023, 01:16:55 
      Started by Lumaza - Last post by Kodemaster
      With you in solidarity as I try and re-learn my lost knowledge.

       on: May 30, 2023, 01:10:31 
      Started by David Warner - Last post by Kodemaster
      Here is a more recent video of me

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