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 on: January 17, 2017, 07:07:44 
Started by luffy28 - Last post by luffy28
Hi,
For most of this week i've been trying to meditate. I notice that everytime I listen to a good song and I end up trying to meditate. The song plays in my head over and over (specific parts).

Doe's anyone know (or can give advice) on how to get past this? / What I should do about this?

Thanks.

 72 
 on: January 17, 2017, 01:19:55 
Started by Shane150495 - Last post by Astralsuzy
I seem to be having a problem with some negative entities that constantly surround me whilst I'm awake always communicating to me and I heard from another source the way to stop these entities from getting a stronger connection to me is to ignore them all the time, the problem I'm having is that they seem to be able to create a response in my mind telepathically so basically I don't get to decide if I respond or not, it just won't stop it's been years and it's starting to really get to me, has anyone got any suggestions on what I should do about it??
If you are hearing these thoughts when you are very relaxed that is normal.   It happens to me early in the mornings when I am deeply relaxed.   It does not happen all the time.   If you are hearing these thoughts throughout your normal life then you may need to seek professional help.   If you are having negative thoughts that can be normal.    I admit I have negative thoughts just to myself.    I have to stop it and I am the only person who can do it.   Habits are hard to break but can be done.   

 73 
 on: January 17, 2017, 00:23:01 
Started by majour ka - Last post by LPC
Hello, Majour! I agree with Xanth - "Of course" is the right answer! Yet it is always good to see others who agree with us and the video clip comes across as sincere and interesting, even if the comments are a little brief.

 74 
 on: January 16, 2017, 23:25:29 
Started by Riddle - Last post by Xanth
By the way I don't think that this was my first AP, by the way. I have been aware of my surroundings in many 'dreams', where I have deliberately flied and even travelled through wormholes, now that I know what it should feel like??
There are many different ways in which you can perceive a projection.  They're ALL projections though.
Try not to narrow your definition of what a projection is... keep it wide open.

For example, my definition includes this physical reality experience we all share here.

 75 
 on: January 16, 2017, 20:24:43 
Started by Riddle - Last post by Riddle
By the way I don't think that this was my first AP, by the way. I have been aware of my surroundings in many 'dreams', where I have deliberately flied and even travelled through wormholes, now that I know what it should feel like??

 76 
 on: January 16, 2017, 17:53:19 
Started by Shane150495 - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
Riddle was pretty much on target. Since you have already tried meditation I suggest you go see a psychiatrist. I have personally dealt with a mental breakdown with hallucinations for one month years ago. And no it was not caused by psychoactive drugs. It was caused by taking testosterone while I was underweight. I ended up in the hospital and got better. Haven't hallucinated since. Though to this day I hear music in my head almost all the time but I had that problem before my hallucination breakdown. I usually just block or drowned out the music and it doesn't bother me, though I still hear it most of the time if I think about it. Or if the music is very depressing in my head I'll put on some calming music on and it usually goes away.

Many people are very stubborn about seeing psychiatrists because they don't want to think that something is wrong with their mind or because they think that their delusions are real but as other people that have dealt with mental illness know biology and the brain plays a huge factor in the equation too. Thus the need for medications to help cope with the problem.

So my top recommendations are stop believing the voices and hallucinations, keep meditating, and see a psychiatrist. Good luck Shane.




 77 
 on: January 16, 2017, 17:39:18 
Started by obe4life - Last post by obe4life
I agree.

 78 
 on: January 16, 2017, 17:31:34 
Started by Riddle - Last post by Riddle
Oh my God, if we're going to talk about horrific experiences in sleep paralyses, then I am an expert too. So far, most of my 'otherwordly' experience has been sleep paralysis 'encounters', which I believed to have been real entities in the begining, I believed it was demons. But now I am open to the idea they are mere hallucinations, and, from one side, it makes me sad that most of my exploration might have been just my subconscious 'fantasies' but from the other side I am happy, because, as you said, it has always been pretty hostile. It was like a black stream attacking me, a crazy woman trying to rape me and 'kill my soul', there was this one time when I was paralyzed and she tickled me on the throat and if I gave in, I felt how my chest was about to 'explode' and 'I was gonna die'. I was hearing voices that it was a training of some sort, and all kind of archangels and demons appeared, telling me their names in my head. IT was a long ride of paralyses and different creatures attacking me and threatening me, also when I was awake there would be visualisations and other threats but when It got pretty ugly I ended up in the hospital where the psychiatrist managed to convince me it all came from marijuana abuse and when I finally believed it, it kind of stopped (kind of). Crazy story, I'm telling you, I totally get what you went through. It has been two years of everyday living on the edge of this world and if someday I gather the inner strenght to write about what happened, maybe I will share it but it's so much I kind of give up on doing it. Cheesy

 79 
 on: January 16, 2017, 17:20:49 
Started by obe4life - Last post by Xanth
Thanks Xanth for your reply. I think the movie (inception) isn't entirely a matter of fantasy after all Smiley
Actually, the movie "Inception" is a matter of fantasy.  The way they illustrate being lucid in a dream, with the varying layers, from my own experience, simply isn't how it is.

Inception is a wonderful movie, don't get me wrong, but I wouldn't use it for anything other than entertainment.  Smiley

 80 
 on: January 16, 2017, 17:08:22 
Started by obe4life - Last post by obe4life
Thanks Xanth for your reply. I think the movie (inception) isn't entirely a matter of fantasy after all Smiley

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