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 31 
 on: July 28, 2014, 22:47:11 
Started by modbarq - Last post by modbarq
Humm, I'm glad to have my first projection even If I didn't know i'm projecting  grin
I don't think there was someone trying to stop me, because no anyone of my friends or people in my city
believe in astral project, so it maybe I'm still new to this I need to learn how to move and control in what
is happening.

Thanks both for explaining to me

 32 
 on: July 28, 2014, 22:35:24 
Started by modbarq - Last post by Xanth
And @Xanth Thanks for explaining, But..
1.I wasn't trying to project so why is my body started to project ?  huh
Spontaneous projections.  Smiley
It's how most people are introduced to this.

You won't understand this next statement, but I'll say it anyway: You're always projecting.  Smiley

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2.I thought I might be projected, But I saw my father and his eye balls was just white, there was no eye pupil, no iris no anything,
Just white blank eyes, and he was near my bed looking at me, BTW my father was sleeping in the same room! In the real world.
You were consciously aware while non-physical.  That's you projecting.  Smiley
The thing about your father I can't explain... it's your experience.  For now, I'd suggest just logging it (write it down) to analyze at a later time. 
Don't over-analyze your experiences too much in the beginning, but this was DEFINITELY a projection.  Smiley

 33 
 on: July 28, 2014, 22:34:26 
Started by modbarq - Last post by AAAAAAAA
Hello, Thanks for reply
First @AAAAAAAA, I wasn't in sleep paralysis because I was flying above my body, and what does (locked by someone mean)  huh ?

Someone might not want you to project. You may have been stopped by someone. But that doesn't usually happen, so I wouldn't worry about it.

 34 
 on: July 28, 2014, 22:31:35 
Started by modbarq - Last post by modbarq
Hello, Thanks for reply
First @AAAAAAAA, I wasn't in sleep paralysis because I was flying above my body, and what does (locked by someone mean)  huh ?

And @Xanth Thanks for explaining, But..
1.I wasn't trying to project so why is my body started to project ?  huh
2.I thought I might be projected, But I saw my father and his eye balls was just white, there was no eye pupil, no iris no anything,
Just white blank eyes, and he was near my bed looking at me, BTW my father was sleeping in the same room! In the real world.

 35 
 on: July 28, 2014, 21:02:23 
Started by Vexicaus - Last post by Xanth
Can you define dream? To my understanding it is just when your mind drifts off into a subconscious state. He said, "hypnagogic noises and... Visualizations before the body drops out of your concious control." That happens before I fall asleep, when I become subconscious, when I dream.
Can *I* define a dream?  Per my own experiences, I can, yeah.   
However, humanity (the scientific community) can't.  Science still doesn't know what a dream is or where they come from.

The label "dream" to me is something that simply doesn't exist.  There is no such thing as a "dream".

My definition: A non-physical experience where you simply don't realize you're not physically awake.

Or in other terms... a projection in which you don't realize you're projecting.

 36 
 on: July 28, 2014, 20:41:03 
Started by Vexicaus - Last post by Vexicaus
Can you define dream? To my understanding it is just when your mind drifts off into a subconscious state. He said, "hypnagogic noises and... Visualizations before the body drops out of your concious control." That happens before I fall asleep, when I become subconscious, when I dream.

 37 
 on: July 28, 2014, 20:28:15 
Started by Gummage - Last post by Bluefirephoenix
the methane monster is distracting especially after indulgence with certain legumes. your body focus is grounded after eating. if you shut down digestion also it weakens your ability to resist.

 38 
 on: July 28, 2014, 19:56:42 
Started by fromromania - Last post by fromromania
Okay, so, I tried again and got something. I was walking around the city and everyone had the same face, every person. Then I suddenly stopped and asked myself "what if I'm AP-ing? then I asked myself again "wait, what if I'm LD-ing? And then I knew that I was in a dream and felt a strange feeling, kept trying to fly but I couldn't do it. And at the end I think I went back to normal dreaming.

 39 
 on: July 28, 2014, 19:28:43 
Started by Sagar - Last post by AAAAAAAA
Angels can have human bodies, though. Just like guides. The kind of relationship you have with angels and guides is entirely dependent on circumstances.

 40 
 on: July 28, 2014, 19:23:32 
Started by Vexicaus - Last post by Xanth
Isn't that basically a dreaming state?
Basically, what you think a dream is... it isn't.

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