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 on: September 27, 2016, 18:46:02 
Started by LostHymn - Last post by LostHymn
Whenever I get to the point of sleep paralysis in my dream/ after the dream, I feel I can't breathe and then wake myself up completely. Is my body still breathing at this point and it's just disconnected from my mind (googling this says that respiratory movements are intact during SP). If this is true then is it something I should work through so I can eventually move to the next stage of AP?

 on: September 27, 2016, 17:21:37 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
Now that we got some decent replies here I will revel what he did to get to this state. Leo took 5-MEO-DMT. It's a naturally occurring molecule that our bodies make in small amounts. He talks about this substance in his next video. You can find it on his channel. I don't want to post it here as it might be against the rules. But yeah I'm sure you's weren't expecting that.  grin

 on: September 27, 2016, 17:17:32 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
If there is no cognition of anything as you are implying then there is no way of retelling your experience. I know this is kinda tricky - but how can you be in a place where there is no self-awareness of any kind and then tell about it. It makes no sense.
It's called the unmanifest in Hinduism and Wu-chi in Taoism. It's the core of all reality. In this place there is no subject, no object, no experience. And the only way people can come back with this experience is through KNOWING.

 on: September 27, 2016, 16:19:25 
Started by Nameless - Last post by Bluefirephoenix
CRV is a format that Ingo Swann developed. It is not an altered state remote viewing. It has 7 steps.
RV is anything that is sensing without using physical senses.

coordinates. Blind tasking has been shown in Sanford and other study groups to be essential to accurate psychic work. So the targets are assigned a meaningless number to prevent what is called AOL or analytical overlay. In layman's terms this is the conscious mind, imagination ect. interfering with the " signal line" or the true psychic perception. Blind tasking will not completely prevent overlay but it will reduce it somewhat.

Channeling. Channeling can be used to remote view.lts particularly good for assessing personalities, motives ect. You can channel anything. Heck you can get rocks to talk to you ( try it sometime)

Now as far as projection goes you can be projected and do this and you can be sitting at a desk with pen and paper and do  almost exactly the same thing. You can even be both projected and sitting at your desk. That is also a trippy experience that I recommend. How you do that is that you get so into your session your part there and part at the desk.  ( as soon as you realize what is happening your brain goes eeeeeek not wired for this and your back.)

 on: September 27, 2016, 16:11:02 
Started by Samwise - Last post by Bluefirephoenix
Sam wise you need to also check with the Forums at TKR ( ten thousand roads) one of the major techniques used for remote viewing are astral projections. You may even get some sessions to look at and scores on Russel targ scale which your parapsyc buddy should know about. It's used in both remote viewing and Associative Remote viewing.

Ed May worked with Joe McMonaegle who uses astral projection exclusively for his sessions you may want to check with his work as well. All these are from Sanford Research.

 on: September 27, 2016, 16:07:17 
Started by kuurt - Last post by Bluefirephoenix
You can even do it when your not projecting, and I don't mean a  voice recording. It works easier with radio channeling than just plain taping. It's a weird effect smiley

oh yea it may take a few tries to get it to work keep at it.

 on: September 27, 2016, 15:30:33 
Started by Nameless - Last post by LightBeam
Once again, "remembering" what we once knew. Then being told to forget it, lol!  rolleyes tongue

Yes, I remember when I was a child, me and my friends from the neighborhood believed in magic, fairy lands, fantasy creatures, ETs, etc. We would spend long nights during the summer vacations talking with such enthusiasm about visiting other worlds, having magical objects, etc. It was so much fun. Well, when we started to grow up I observed how slowly all the magic from our lives started to disappear, as the "real" world started to take over our lives. I was very disappointed and a little confused, because I wasn't loosing my beliefs. They still remain to this day as they were back then. And one day (as a grown up) I actually discovered that they were real. I experienced them myself. I knew I was right and they were wrong,  but it was very sad and lonely to not be able to share this with my friends like before.

As far as name changing, I' ve experienced them all, from fairies, creatures and magical lands, to ETs (one incident in the physical world), ghosts (in the physical world), lost souls, diseased relatives, intention becoming a reality in the physical world, oneness in the high realms, etc. I don't like to loose any of them. After all, anything you desire to experience becomes a reality for you whatever term you wish to use.

 on: September 27, 2016, 14:40:20 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by ingerul9
A similar account that I stumbled upon a long time looking for the concepts of infinity -

 on: September 27, 2016, 14:11:33 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by funfire
I can understand the point Theo was getting across. I do admit the feeling and experience is hard to describe. The easiest way for me to describe that feeling and experience would be that it feels like everything is between 0 and 1 which is countable infinity and yet it is also finite.

You feel everything between 0 and 1 but you can never find the end. like 0.0000000000.........001 but it never ends with 1 it just keeps going 0.0000000000000000...forever.

The feeling can definitely be more experienced in the non physical and thought itself.

 on: September 27, 2016, 13:17:32 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by ingerul9
First of all thanks a lot for fully watching the video. For some reason I don't think the space your talking about is the space that he Leo is talking about. Because in the space Leo is talking about you can't even fathom. There is absolutely no thought or cognition of any kind where he was at. There is also no subject and no object. Unless Leo went to the core place of what your talking about. Thoughts?

If there is no cognition of anything as you are implying then there is no way of retelling your experience. I know this is kinda tricky - but how can you be in a place where there is no self-awareness of any kind and then tell about it. It makes no sense. But maybe this wasn't what you were implying. For me the 3d black box - the void - you are still feeling as yourself - I mean you know that you are "somewhere" only that your point of view is expanded so that in a "sense" you have no "boundaries". I do admit that I did not watch the clip. I will look at it and come back with an opinion if there is something that I need to add.

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