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 31 
 on: Today at 01:08:06 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by Xanth
Frank wrote whole pages on just that very thing.


 32 
 on: Today at 00:46:36 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by Bluefirephoenix
sure thing smiley

 33 
 on: Today at 00:43:32 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
Btw. we should not confuse Sunni (see thread title) and Sufi. It's not the same. Sunni and Shia are the two great official parts of Muslims in the world with their dogmatic and exoteric belief forms of Islam. They fight each other a lot. This sectarian struggle is the main reason for wars and conflicts within the Islamic world.

Sufis are the mystics and might be both or none of them.

Just googled this to explain: http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-sunni-and-sufi/

 cool
I know that. I wasn't confused, but thanks for pointing it out anyway.

 34 
 on: Today at 00:19:28 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by Volgerle
Btw. we should not confuse Sunni (see thread title) and Sufi. It's not the same. Sunni and Shia are the two great official parts of Muslims in the world with their dogmatic and exoteric belief forms of Islam. They fight each other a lot. This sectarian struggle is the main reason for wars and conflicts within the Islamic world.

Sufis are the mystics and might be both or none of them.

Just googled this to explain: http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-sunni-and-sufi/

 cool

 35 
 on: Today at 00:16:37 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by Volgerle
Sufism is the Islamic branch of Mysticism or to put it the other way: it's the mystic branch of Islam.

Hence it is only natural that they believe in the value of in "practice" and "experience" rather than dogmatic exoteric teachings, such as official religion does.

 36 
 on: Yesterday at 22:39:19 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
According to this Sufi I talked with though astral projection is in their religion.

 37 
 on: Yesterday at 22:33:17 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
Well I guess that just about answers all my questions for now. Thanks for you input BFP.

 38 
 on: Yesterday at 20:05:06 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
So I have noticed that when I have a hard time getting to sleep that if I just focus my eye's upward that it can not only help me get to sleep but also induce some kind of vibrations. Now I can both physically move my eye's upward or focus my inner eye's upward and get the same type of effect.

Do any of you have thoughts on how this might relate to astral projection?

 39 
 on: Yesterday at 18:40:02 
Started by dpk38 - Last post by Xanth
Wow, it's weird you've never heard of that term... It refers to "Display Picture"
"Avatar" Smiley

 40 
 on: Yesterday at 18:27:17 
Started by dpk38 - Last post by dpk38
Wow, it's weird you've never heard of that term... It refers to "Display Picture"

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