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 71 
 on: April 21, 2017, 12:50:28 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by Xanth
Hi,
I want to know if it's possible to experience other peoples lives. Especially those who've lived in the past and are dead.

Would I be able to experience the life of this man in the akashic records?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Srinivasa_Ramanujan

He's one of the greatest mathematicians of the 20th century.
Yup!

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Also once I experience his life would I be able to practice math within the astral plane?

Most people who go to the astral plane while alive say that time is longer there than in the physical plane. I've heard that minutes on the physical plane is / can be hours in the astral plane.

Would I be able to practice math in the astral plane? Or would I have to practice it in real life?

I remember having a very vivid dream about programming and I could see the text clear on the computer screen. I remember typing on the screen and I could see the text clearly. I don't remember what it said but I remember seeing the text clearly.
And yup!  Smiley

 72 
 on: April 21, 2017, 02:00:08 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by Bloodshadow
ha yea I've had vivid sexual dreams as well sometimes, i haven't got them written nowhere I can only recall some of the parts, mostly thee fun parts lol. Let me know when those MP3s start working good for you,i may want to give it a try,  i'm tired of my dry spell. i also tried techs from an astral projection book called practical guide to astral projection by Denning & Phillips.

 73 
 on: April 20, 2017, 14:31:26 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by luffy28
It is important to understand what the Akashic records actually are. I have recently received non-physical perspective (information) about this topic. The Akashic records are "all" the actual experiences of every being (everything). It is a database of all actual experiences. Each record (itself) is not a copy or history of the experience. It is the experience itself.

So, "yes", someone can see someone else's experiences when accessing the Akashic record or universal consciousness. I have experienced the Akashic records of someone else. I saw their experience (which was in the future) and then about a month later saw that experience occur for them (randomly in a restaurant) in physical reality. It was wholly unexpected.

Lucidity is critical during the Akashic record retrieval, because if you do not have reasonable clarity you will not be able to retrieve the data (e.g., the experience). The experience I am sharing came in a dream format (during night time sleep), I saw the actual experience of the person in the dream, I had enough lucidity to recognize the person and retrieve the information, and upon awakening I wrote everything out in my journal.

Based upon my experiences, I have to imagine that we access the Akashic records much more than we realize, because each night we return to the non-physical when we sleep and awaken not remembering much specifically. So, it is retrieving (e.g., lucidly remembering the data upon awakening) which is the real challenge.



Thanks bloodshadow.

Also I had a lucid dream 2 days ago. It was about sex. It's too inappropriate to post here. When I was recalling the dream it was like I was actually dreaming it.

Also I started recalling dreams daily. Most of the time I got 4 to 5 dreams recalled vividly a day (non lucid). I didn't sleep last night because I drunk diet soda. When I get back to sleep I'll see if I lucid dream.

I'm reading a book called "Exploring the world of lucid dreaming". I recorded the notes I got from it into a text to speech voice mp3. I kept repeating it. Then when I got my dream signs I kept repeating the dream signs in the same format (text to speech mp3). I keep repeating it daily and most nights when I go to sleep I record at least 2 to 3 dreams the least.

Thanks.

So is what bloodshadow saying right?

Would I be able to practice math in the astral plane?

I'm using a book called Mastering astral projection.

 74 
 on: April 20, 2017, 14:02:16 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by Subtle Traveler
It is important to understand what the Akashic records actually are. I have recently received non-physical perspective (information) about this topic. The Akashic records are "all" the actual experiences of every being (everything). It is a database of all actual experiences. Each record (itself) is not a copy or history of the experience. It is the experience itself.

So, "yes", someone can see someone else's experiences when accessing the Akashic record or universal consciousness. I have experienced the Akashic records of someone else. I saw their experience (which was in the future) and then about a month later saw that experience occur for them (randomly in a restaurant) in physical reality. It was wholly unexpected.

Lucidity is critical during the Akashic record retrieval, because if you do not have reasonable clarity you will not be able to retrieve the data (e.g., the experience). The experience I am sharing came in a dream format (during night time sleep), I saw the actual experience of the person in the dream, I had enough lucidity to recognize the person and retrieve the information, and upon awakening I wrote everything out in my journal.

Based upon my experiences, I have to imagine that we access the Akashic records much more than we realize, because each night we return to the non-physical when we sleep and awaken not remembering much specifically. So, it is retrieving (e.g., lucidly remembering the data upon awakening) which is the real challenge.

 75 
 on: April 20, 2017, 05:17:38 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by Bloodshadow
I do believe that you are able  to experience the lives you participated in lives you lived already, if he happen to be one of those lives then yea you can revisit it. As for the akashic records, it depends on what your image of it  is, like most people take it literal thinking its an actual, library in the astral filled with books of lives present , and past, maybe even future, and then there are people who think it is just knowledge you can just access, if you do it this way it is probable. its all about gaining the access to the knowledge, so it is very possible you can learn math thru projecting IMO.

 76 
 on: April 20, 2017, 02:46:57 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by luffy28
Hi,
I want to know if it's possible to experience other peoples lives. Especially those who've lived in the past and are dead.

Would I be able to experience the life of this man in the akashic records?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Srinivasa_Ramanujan

He's one of the greatest mathematicians of the 20th century.

Also once I experience his life would I be able to practice math within the astral plane?

Most people who go to the astral plane while alive say that time is longer there than in the physical plane. I've heard that minutes on the physical plane is / can be hours in the astral plane.

Would I be able to practice math in the astral plane? Or would I have to practice it in real life?

I remember having a very vivid dream about programming and I could see the text clear on the computer screen. I remember typing on the screen and I could see the text clearly. I don't remember what it said but I remember seeing the text clearly.

Thakns.

 77 
 on: April 19, 2017, 23:30:40 
Started by Lumaza - Last post by Lumaza
 Today for my Phase session, I chose a simple square design for a my focus target. I did my usual quick progressive relaxation preparation and began to image a square box in front of my closed eyes. It took a while before I could get the image to stay. You will find that sometimes you can create vivid imagery right away. Other time, not so much. This was one of those times for me.

 I finally got the image to stick and was getting bored just waiting for the 'morph" to occur. So, I began to play with the image. I began to trace the square outline and all of a sudden the square began taking a 3D design. My curiosity locked onto this and I stayed with the imagery. The square then laid down flat and now I saw that there was a landscape as well. But this landscape was in 3D as well. The visual was similar to what I had experienced years ago when I was playing Tiger Woods golfing on the Xbox and the game portrayed the green and lie as being 3D.

 Now movement/motion starting to occur. I stayed with the landscape for awhile, just passing what I thought was really flat land, then it changed to rolling hills and soon began getting really awesome. It looked like I had hit a Ocean or Sea. The waves were kind of dancing in 3D, just like a flame dances when it burns. Soon I came across what looked to be some kind of tall grass field, but I was only seeing the 3D outline of the grass, which looked very cool.

 Next I decided that I wasn't moving at all and that everything was coming at me and that I was only visually perceiving the motion. Now things got strange very quickly. The visuals sped up quite a bit and now I found myself in some kind of "Grid land". I had seen this place before years ago during a deep Phase session and I wrote about it somewhere here on the Astral Pulse Forums. Here it is:http://www.astralpulse.com/forums/welcome_to_astral_consciousness/tunnels_and_grids-t38301.0.html
 There have been a number of people here and on other Astral related Forums that have spoke of this "Grid land" as well.

 The Grid land was moving at a super fast speed and it didn't take much longer until it overwhelmed and actually was too much for my senses to bear anymore. The session pretty much ended then and there. Total time, about 50 minutes. It did take what I perceived to be about 15 minutes before I could actual "lock onto" a simple vivid image. Most of that time, all I experienced was relaxation and the regular darkness before my closed eyes.

 Now to the questions you should be asking yourself pertaining to your own experiences, so you can go on and add them to your AP journal.
 What was your chosen shape or focus target?
 How long did it take to actually be able to keep it in view?
 Did you play with the design and if yes, what did you do to it. Example: turn it, trace it, stack it, etc.
 What did it morph into?
 What did you do next?
 How long was your session?
 ...and lastly writing any extra notes on the experience.
 
 All of those questions give you a chance to take more of a experimental approach to your practice. They also give you something to go back and learn from as well.  smiley
 
 

 78 
 on: April 18, 2017, 04:55:40 
Started by T-Man - Last post by Lumaza
I have experienced this myself.  This was the first time I read anything on the subject of phasing.  One evening I was reading from the following website which I probably found somewhere on the Astral Pulse:

http://focus-4.es.tl/WELCOME.htm
That's Frank Kepple's work. That had the same effect on a number of people here. I still go back and read it today. There are so many tidbits that get more meaning once you are familiar with this practice.


 79 
 on: April 18, 2017, 04:49:22 
Started by Lumaza - Last post by Lumaza
Failing is what makes it all more thrilling as well, one can only expect to give his best to succeed or fail miserably. I would play basketball as a child in school tournaments, and the only year we won I remember spending every afternoon practicing dunking balls in the park. Dunk by dunk by dunk is how I learned not to fail those 3 points under pressure. I swear I believed every drop of sweat spent doing that counted to make me like michael jordan, the magic missed me it seems lol
It's funny that you mentioned Basketball. Many members that know me here on the Astral Pulse, know that I often use a focus on just shooting a Basketball. It's one of my favorite techniques, (even though I wasn't much of a Basketball player in school or when I was younger. Hockey and Football were my preferences then.). I just mentally launch the ball that is in my hands at the Basket in front of me. The thing is, when I begin all I see is the blackness before my eyes. But I know the Basketball and hoop to shoot it in is there. Very soon, the accompanying visuals show up and then I find myself in a game of 5 on 5, with a whole crowd to boot, lol. I have had so many unique experiences using that simple focus. Rowing a boat leads to awesome things too. The trick is to just be creative. But any kind of activity based focus will also create a "energy" response to the scenario at hand, as well. In other words, you really feel the movement.

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I read on the condition you mentioned, I didnít know that depending on the part of the nerves affect, even the Sun could trigger an active response of pain in the ocular nerves. Has light ever bothered you enough to attempt to project? I bought a regulator switch for my bedroom so I0 can gradually turn it very bright or dimly lighted. Of course it's still in the box though.
It is not clear to me how you can achieve that tremendous level of discipline-clarity and concentration to project, but donít need to know how, it just makes me think more people should practice AP or try to have any other NP experience in general to gain insights of themselves on the many levels of their beings. Thanks.
I wear glasses named "Theraspecs". They are great. They have a rose filter in them. They are also "wrap around" glasses. So they block the bright light from all angles.

 When I do a serious Phase session, I will normally wear a blindfold mask. That completely nullifies the light. I sleep with the same mask on every night. It actually quite comfortable and doesn't touch the eyelids as well. When I first started to learn to "consciously shift", I had a bad problem, more like a hurdle I had to jump, that involved my eyes always feeling like they were opening just as the sift was coming to a peak. It was very annoying and just like any other hurdle in this practice, it needed to be passed.
 Here's the website, if you are interested. http://www.dreamessentials.com/product-66/dream-essentials-escape-luxury-sleep-mask-with-earplugs-and-carry-pouch

 Yes, you do need a lot of mental discipline and the ability to "think on your toes"
 
I agree. More people should practice this. The World would certainly be a lot less stressful!  smiley

 80 
 on: April 18, 2017, 00:22:38 
Started by T-Man - Last post by T-Man
Many people have reported NP experiences occurring simply after just reading a book on "non local states of consciousness", hearing an interview, speaker, or listening to a youtube video on the subject. That's usually all it takes to get the "curiosity fluids" flowing.  Mind you they are very brief. But that "sneak peek" is all it takes to "hook'" you in.


I have experienced this myself.  This was the first time I read anything on the subject of phasing.  One evening I was reading from the following website which I probably found somewhere on the Astral Pulse:

http://focus-4.es.tl/WELCOME.htm

I spent a couple of hours reading the section on phasing.  That night I went to bed and I had a dream that I was phasing.  I saw the movie screen like image which really did look like a theatre screen where you see the number countdown at the beginning.  The screen than turned into the 3D black void which in my dream was one of those 3D computer generated images that looks like static on a TV screen.  After seeing these two images I realized that I was dreaming and turned this into my Second Lucid Dream.  I created a portal on the wall that I crawled thru and had my second great adventure!

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