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 71 
 on: July 21, 2016, 15:40:58 
Started by WhiteMonkey - Last post by Szaxx
Hi and welcome, eventually lol.

 72 
 on: July 21, 2016, 15:00:05 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by Astralsuzy
I would forget what the book says as not everyone fits into it.   Drinking a glass of water, tea or coffee before going to bed should awaken you as you will need to get up and go to the toilet.    I would not advise you to do that.   My husband has sleep apnea like you and he needs his sleep.    He has to have it or he cannot function very well during the day.   There would be better ways for you to do.   

 73 
 on: July 21, 2016, 14:53:53 
Started by Privex - Last post by Astralsuzy
Lumaza idea is spot on.   You will have to learn to relax again.   It will very likely take time to get where you were before so you will have to be patient.   Start slowly and gradually build up your time.   Do it slowly otherwise you could get frustrated and may make things worse.   

 74 
 on: July 21, 2016, 13:38:42 
Started by Blue Glitter Neon - Last post by Astralsuzy
I agree that if I record myself I would not notice myself having sp.   I would think I was asleep.    I feel I was trapped in my body fully alert and wide awake not able to move or do anything.    We agree to disagree.    There is nothing wrong with that.   This is an airy fairy subject and cannot be proven one way or the other.    Neither or us are wrong.   

 75 
 on: July 21, 2016, 13:34:44 
Started by Aaron330 - Last post by Astralsuzy
I think that is great  Lumaza that you use Binaural Beats and Isochronic tones.   There is nothing wrong with that.   I have listened to relaxing music.   Listening to relaxing music helps you to relax.    To be able to relax is one main ingredient towards ap.   
I doubt that doctors would agree to give acetylcholine out to people that is meant to treat dementia or Alzheimers. 

 76 
 on: July 21, 2016, 12:56:15 
Started by Privex - Last post by Phildan1
Learn to relax again. This can be done with techniques like "progressive relaxation" and as Phildan1 has stated is very easy to achieve with the help of "relaxing" music. Try a couple of the songs on this playlist. They are almost guaranteed to relax you.
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ehf82-mUiWg&index=60&list=PL48627FA5F1896833
 Song 54 is excellent. It uses Alpha to Delta brainwaves. Just start the video, lie back in a comfortable chair, close your eyes and relax, release, let go.  wink
 I really enjoy the combination of song 41 Facing the Unknown and 42 Taken up into the Sky. Back to back they put me in a great state of mind to Phase/project.
 Paul Collier is a Adept at composing!  smiley

Nice Lumaza : ) I also recommend "pink noise". There are some tracks on youtube. Some of them is like you are listening to rain fall or fountain.

 77 
 on: July 21, 2016, 05:22:52 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by luffy28
I need advice on what to do once I awaken to movement.

I've tried doing it but because I have diabetes / sleep apnea I sleep past the 6 hour alarm every night I set it.

I've been trying to practice the problems and don't know what to do once I awaken to movement.

I also need to know how to awaken multiple times during sleep naturally like the book says.

I've been trying to play two affirmations I recorded but to no avail since I don't awaken upon the 6 hour alarm.

Thanks.

 78 
 on: July 21, 2016, 03:21:28 
Started by Sammie - Last post by Lumaza
So, what is most important in our earthly lives? Focus on developing spiritually or "being on earth" or both or something else?
A healthy balance of both!   smiley

 79 
 on: July 21, 2016, 03:20:42 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by RobertForsythe
Dream - A normal dream which we all have every night (not realising that we are dreaming)
Lucid Dream - A dream in which we realise we are dreaming but still follow the scenario
Astral Projection - when you have full control of situation and u are fully aware ( you can do what ever u want, u don't have to follow scenario)

I think this can lead to confusion because the Ancient Ones teach that there really is a place/plane/region that is called the Astral Plane. But many people can project with a relatively high degree of control and yet never get close to that particular region.

Given that about 95% of OBE travelers never get to the astral plane (not to mention the realms above that) it is purely academic but I think it would be nice if the distinction could be made and agreed upon.

Also, of the few who do accidentally stumble into that realm, most are unable to make it back for repeat visits, so they begin to downgrade the early experience and glom it in with the rest.

 80 
 on: July 21, 2016, 03:01:31 
Started by Sammie - Last post by Sammie
So, what is most important in our earthly lives? Focus on developing spiritually or "being on earth" or both or something else?

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