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26  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Controlling computer code from the astral! on: February 13, 2014, 19:53:10
A dream remembered is merely a memory made.

I had a false awakening one night where I turned off a lamp in my bedroom.
I woke up later that night to find it was still on... yet I clearly REMEMBERED turning it off.

Sometimes our memory doesn't always tell us the truth.  Smiley

If what you say is true, then that day when I was playing Starmade never existed.. I don't remember falling asleep two times...  My false awakenings are never like that, because I value lucid dreaming/astral projection so much, In every false awakening Ive had I try not to get out of my bed because I desire to consciously enter an astral projection. 

This sort of discussion is pointless to the level that anybody who sees anything out of the norm, someone else can just go and say that it was in his mind.
27  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Controlling computer code from the astral! on: February 13, 2014, 19:12:44
I've read my phone too, wrong date, wrong time and an email I recieved two days later.
I was groggy and went back to sleep. The email reminded me...
Done this many times.

What do you mean exactly? You dreamed you read an e-mail you got 2 days later?
28  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Controlling computer code from the astral! on: February 12, 2014, 21:18:35
I clearly remember getting ambushed by pirates, all those dots on the radar coming towards me. I have good memory of what I do in the previous night. doesn't get mixed up w./ dreams or anything else. And yes, I do play games a lot.
29  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Controlling computer code from the astral! on: February 09, 2014, 16:06:19
A few months ago, I was playing a space game called StarMade.  The game-play works like this, if the character your playing dies in the game, then you return back to a spawn point. I was flying around in my ship, and I accidentally exited my ship while it was in motion. So my ship ended up a long distance from me. I started space walking toward my ship but was intercepted by pirates and the spawn menu appeared.. I quit the game, and went to sleep. I dreamed that night that I safely made it to my ship without being intercepted. And the following morning, I didn't appear at a spawn point. I was right where I was the previous day before being intercepted, with me just about to start space walking to my ship. And this time I safely made it.

I thought of the ghost phenomena, of the popular, flickering lights, that these ghosts sometimes cause. All this has awesome implications. Electricity must be easier to manipulate from the astral. Why? Perhaps because of its insignificant mass.  Well, I'm thinking we my be able to save "screen shots" of our astral travels inside computer memory. Perhaps create complex programs on a computer, from the astral.  There are so many applications in this area.   Smiley


30  Magic / Welcome to Magic! / Re: Constructs, Thought Forms, Servitors and other artifical beings on: February 09, 2014, 05:44:05
Aren't they more of an equal to us? Even as a construct, if the being tried to rebel, its not so much of a simple, servant. Has anyone tried teaching these "constructs" that they are the Gods of their reality, and are free? 
31  Integral Philosophy / Welcome to Integral Philosophy! / Re: Nature of reality on: February 09, 2014, 04:28:09
This physical reality is doing great as a school environment.  There is a catch though, you have to choose to participate to grow.  Participation means interacting with other consciousness and learning to become more Loving, more caring.

It's entirely up to you how much or little you grow in this system.
"This physical reality is doing great as a school environment.", How great? Perhaps it could do better? Maybe someone believes it's doing a bad job? Out of these individual views, spring unique manifestations of reality to each person, so that the person who believes that the physical reality is doing a great job at schooling will observe people who are learning how to love, care etc. (positive things associated with your view of learning) But those who believe its doing a bad job will observe how people revert to hate, etc. (negative things associated with the other side of the coin.).

The environment is simply an environment, It can't be biased in itself in any respect because it will ultimately be relative to the observer. It serves no purpose other then what the observer gives it.
32  Integral Philosophy / Welcome to Integral Philosophy! / Re: Nature of reality on: February 09, 2014, 02:49:13
Look at the most basic learning required to survive. Eating, we have to eat or we perish. This is given when young but this nurturing dissipates and youre on your own. Google is great for finding if a fungus is eatable or deadly but who found out originally? Someone must have learned...
This is the basic learning that has to occur to survive here.
In the NP this may not apply consistently. In the experiences where you are formless and the environment is light, your human mind is almost overloaded as trying to understand what's going on is so far outside of physical world learnings, it doesn't compute.
It shows that what you learn applies to each environment with some natural overlapping.

A conundrum appears as the more you learn the less you know.
 cheesy
Building up on da previous statements: "Conciousness itself, is separate from physical life as it appears to exist outside of any bio-system.". The physical reality thus looses it's relevance to any integral function of our existence in da universe. Thus.. The physical reality is not a "monolithic exception to individual human perspective", To those who view dis reality as a prison, u r correct, and so too are those who view dis reality as a school. It must be kept in mind da universally active force of 'duality'. If a fundamental universal school exists, then so too exists da exact opposite, Quite a horrifying prospect... Independent of that thought, People may not only choose to learn, but also un-learn. Heck, our reality iz all but wrapped around da "un-learning" of our true Godlike nature.
33  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Molding our selves. on: February 04, 2014, 04:00:53
I think I may have found something important. Some people may have aspects to themselves that they do not desire to have. Such as recurring negative thoughts. I thought about an idea I read bout. Tulpa's, (sentient solid state thought form (solid in the sense that the thought may persevere or re appear even when not thought about)) and I searched out how one would go about getting rid of a hostile tulpa. http://www.ehow.com/how_8655466_rid-tulpas.html The part I highlighted for myself: "You can also try visualizing the tulpa as disbanding and returning its energy to the universe during sessions." I reasoned that these recurring negative thoughts resemble "solid state thought forms", so I pictured these negative thoughts like a shell, leaving me as if they were no longer a part of me. These negative thoughts r less frequent and less powerful now. I no longer fear negative outcomes like before.
I thought that I may also give myself new qualities which I desire. And that is what I'm currently working on. Visualizing shells of desired qualities coming to me and me becoming them.
34  Integral Philosophy / Welcome to Integral Philosophy! / Re: Nature of reality on: February 04, 2014, 03:22:03
I believe this physical school is doing exactly what it wanted to achieve and that is it has given us a means to where we can experience reality in a completely different form, through the use of our physical senses and appendages.  
 
 Just remember, we are a very "minute" part of the populace that are achieving or even wanting to achieve AP consciously aware.

 To most, the physical is all they know.  wink

 The bigger question should be why are WE (those on this Forum and other AP related sites) being shown the NP from a conscious viewpoint? I hear that everyone can do it. I don't buy that anymore, because I have been shown time and time again, especially on this Forum that you can teach all you wish, but if what you are teaching or helping others with is not being applied, then it's not going to work. The member's basic conclusion would be then that this is all a "farce".

 Those with the staying power, the ones that practice, the ones that frequent this site often and read the books, watch the videos, basically incorporate this into themselves period, are the ones that succeed. This isn't something you do, it's something you become!

 I know people get sick of seeing this statement over and over again, but it is true, "Change your mindset, you change your Reality"

 

That "purpose of physical universe" iz liable to personal perspective regardless of the intent of the "builders" of this reality. Or even if this physical Universe is part of an inherent structure of the Universe, the idea of it serving as a school is too abstract (akin to saying that the physical universe iz an "unlearning center"), because again how reality manifests to YOU is determined by your perspective/intent/.
35  Integral Philosophy / Welcome to Integral Philosophy! / Re: Nature of reality on: January 18, 2014, 00:04:08
Without actually typing awareness or conciousness some confusion has arisen. I was taking your philosophical approach as an arbitrary comment, not a unilateralised census. Lol.
By comparing the differences between the NP that's experienced and physical lifes experiences some differences exist. The boundaries coexist in aspects but not enough is known of these interactions. The functions of the brain regarding memory is just one example of the duality.

Biological life systems are being referred to, as in physical life systems. I thought that was obvious.

Conciousness itself, is separate from physical life as it appears to exist outside of any bio-system.
Awareness moreso, these I was going to address in a later post should they become an active part of your interesting topic.

You may be onto something with the memory blanked out initially when coming to the physical. When some retrievals start this happens often, it applies moreso where a large group need 'attention'. Your memories return in stages throughout the experience. Not much is known as to why this occurs. On the one to one retrievals your memory isnt affected.

If this disconnection and memory wipe exists we have a conundrum, what started the individual to want to become?
A chicken and egg enigma.
From my many experiences with the universal oneness, the ambience is enough for you to never want to return to the physical. Why become an individual unless you have always been an individual and this ' frequency, location or label it accordingly' place is where full connection exist with the source. Full data communication for all present would appear as the source if you tapped into it briefly from outside its 'boundary' (labels accepted). You may download info to the concious you and run a program where you enter the subroutine or world of choice for a finite time.
This is one of many possibilities but rings true if you encounter other NP worlds where the indigenous are rigidly fixed as we are in this physical. We can affect more in the NP than in our primary physical state. Dragging people through walls is a perfect example. It can't be done in the physical without advanced electronics knowhow.
Interesting topic.



  I called it arbitrary because it seems like a big wall was just put on our freewill that we don't have any chance of escaping. Its like one of those star trek episodes where a guy is trapped in between parallel realities for all eternity. I believe we have the ability to maneuver around/eliminate any obstacle no matter how much time it takes. Leaving this reality by our own will remains a possibility and where there is possibility there is choice.
   You referred to da need for entropy so that chaos wouldn't reign. And I was writing about how the "need for food" also occurs in the astral. hmm, so that could mean that an even more fundamental part of us iz liable to entropy. Or it could just be subconscious, an effect of our physical environment on our thoughts made manifest in the astral. But that raizes another topic of concern. If the effect iz just subconscious then  this physical realm iz acting to mislead us into believing that we need food in this greater astral reality. If the physical iz a school, then its not doing a very good job.
36  Integral Philosophy / Welcome to Integral Philosophy! / Re: Nature of reality on: January 17, 2014, 17:56:01
Ya, I tend to like the idea that the astral is just another physical. Instead of jumping from physical world to spiritual. It seems that its more of like a ladder that you climb up into a higher plane where the reality bends more to your will but is still essentially following the same laws.
37  Integral Philosophy / Welcome to Integral Philosophy! / Re: Nature of reality on: January 17, 2014, 14:59:36
You need entropy in life systems or chaos would reign. Life would become one galactic sized cancer if left unchecked.
The energy we carry into the experiences is better stored like a battery holds electricity, rather than searching for some recharge point.
In life this is apparent too. We can't exist eating soil but with some work and care we can eat what comes from the soil. The more you put in, the more you reap.
Channelling massive amounts of energy isn't required. Think about the physical as a sort of boarding school. You're here for the term and when this time expires you are returning to a place where you have the energy channeled already.
It's up to you to make the difference to your stay here as best you can. At times taking a gamblers route pays off. Most times you suffer. Working hard for something is slower but earned and it only fails when you do.
The astral is similar in it's ways. You start out in the RTZ or similar and progress from there. By learning how to control things you get proficient at entering and leaving any scene or location. At some point things change and your travels take on a lot wider range of experiences. You have to learn again as these experiences are far outside of normality based on your experiences upto that time. The astral has opened its doors and you are now in the wider reality. The difference is similar to being a child in a nursery with all its limitations to leaving school with qualifications ect and attempting to find a way to fit in with all the buisness vultures our there.
How does our awareness count as a "life system"?  And a "galactic sized cancer" of life? You mean biological life or consciousness? The idea of our consciousness having to go to a "boarding school" and returning after to a place where we have the energy "channeled already" sounds too arbitrary for my tastes. I would assume that we all start out as one with all knowledge and in oneness with the universe for that matter. And consequently the INITIAL experience must be to forget all knowledge and leave the harmony.
38  Integral Philosophy / Welcome to Integral Philosophy! / Nature of reality on: January 16, 2014, 03:06:28
I took a philosophical approach to understanding reality and the astral, but it seems as if there is more to it then simply being an observer to reality and having an intent. Ive been reading on the beliefs of ancient Egyptians and found that they believed that even the spiritual side of us needed food, hence the offerings they made to their dead. I've heard mention of how astral travelers recharge themselves at pyramids. How does our need for energy even in the astral, work out in the grand scheme of things? Why cant beings just consume energy from the fabric of reality itself? Perhaps the astral is simply another level of physical reality?

And if we are just pure consciousness then what is stopping us from astral projecting and channeling an IMMENSE amount of energy to change the entire nature of this physical realm to our individual liking? Let me go into the astral and channel enough energy to create another star for example?
39  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Willing ourselves to feel a certain way on: December 10, 2013, 00:24:12
What is your experience with willing yourself to feel a certain way while in the astral? We may be used to our environment causing our emotions to go up and down. Perhaps we may have direct control over them ourselves. I mean, at least, here we don't necessarily have to have a life event create a corresponding emotion. It may be something as abstract as biochemicals, or light, that changes our mood. It'd be very useful in a variety of situations, such as an entity that taps into your instinctual fears to get an upper hand in a confrontation.
40  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Astral and Earth should not be separate worlds on: December 08, 2013, 18:48:16
You would start the same way as any metaphysics (especially telekinesis practice with psi wheels), which is to imagine crawling your mind outward from your body, to the floor, walls, everything around you, farther and farther, all the time thinking about what it would feel like to be in the same space as those things, until it becomes more and more real, and you can feel them and mentally push them around a little, or at least feel them in a metaphysical way. Or theres various other ways to get the vibrations built up.

The hardest part, if you really want to leave your body and not have to come back, is actually wanting to do that. Many people think they want to because their life is hard or painful or frustrating, but it cant be for that reason. It cant be against here, it has to be for something else, for the same reason that if you try to drive your car anywhere away from here but not any specific direction you'll quickly crash. You have to know what you're trying to do, know where you're trying to go, and be completely decided that's where you're going, because any little doubt stops you from walking out completely, because its not easy to come back. I dont know exactly how it works, but I made my choice those few times I came close, that I still had something important to build here on Earth, and if I had gone I would still be thinking about it and it would bother me possibly forever or until I came back in some form, so I couldn't yet. But if you really want out, you just go. Who is stopping you?
Ty, by vibrations do you mean the electric feeling when u r about to separate, or something else? And another fear I had waz dat if I did separate, I could accidentally incarnate myself again / get in a situation where memory iz wiped, and having to wait more lifetimes to become aware of all this knowledge again. Is incarnation into da physical a reality easy to manifest into existence?
41  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Time perception on: December 07, 2013, 11:31:32
I did, but I am tired of talking about me!  tongue
Lionheart what exactly were you thinking when u did it? Should we aim to literally compress time? Our perception of events? Or something else?
42  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Astral and Earth should not be separate worlds on: December 06, 2013, 11:56:00
You would start the same way as any metaphysics (especially telekinesis practice with psi wheels), which is to imagine crawling your mind outward from your body, to the floor, walls, everything around you, farther and farther, all the time thinking about what it would feel like to be in the same space as those things, until it becomes more and more real, and you can feel them and mentally push them around a little, or at least feel them in a metaphysical way. Or theres various other ways to get the vibrations built up.

The hardest part, if you really want to leave your body and not have to come back, is actually wanting to do that. Many people think they want to because their life is hard or painful or frustrating, but it cant be for that reason. It cant be against here, it has to be for something else, for the same reason that if you try to drive your car anywhere away from here but not any specific direction you'll quickly crash. You have to know what you're trying to do, know where you're trying to go, and be completely decided that's where you're going, because any little doubt stops you from walking out completely, because its not easy to come back. I dont know exactly how it works, but I made my choice those few times I came close, that I still had something important to build here on Earth, and if I had gone I would still be thinking about it and it would bother me possibly forever or until I came back in some form, so I couldn't yet. But if you really want out, you just go. Who is stopping you?
Is it possible to do this in the astral, release from da body in da astral? Or just in da physical?
43  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Astral and Earth should not be separate worlds on: December 06, 2013, 01:42:36
Beavis, I don't wnt to come back to dis physical reality. If u know how to get oneself free from the body, pls share. What had held me back from a final corporeal separation was the possibility of loosing consciousness like in a dream and somehow being dragged back down here.
44  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Time perception on: December 03, 2013, 20:34:54
hmm and about never returning. Lets say you make 1 minute a hundred years. Then when the "final astral minute" is left you just slow it down so it take another hundred years to wake up and you just always keep slowing perceived time down and never does the 1 minute of physical reality time come.
45  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Time perception on: December 02, 2013, 20:16:06
I wnt to astral project, change my perception of time so to spend maybe a 100 years in one minute of physical reality time. I think... If we just astral projected and slowed down our time perception, wed never have to come back in billions of years. Maybe never. Its one of my goals right now. Any thoughts from experienced ppl here?
46  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: Fluoride in the water on: November 05, 2013, 01:28:55
Distillation, and reverse osmosis are two options.
http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemistryhowtoguide/a/removefluoride.htm
47  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: An infinite potential that does not appear redundant? on: November 05, 2013, 01:14:24
Sound is only possible to hear through a medium. Remove this and it dissapears.
There are more colours that we can't see than those we can. From far infra red to past Xrays. There's probably more outside of this group too. We only see a limited view through our window of sight.
X,Y,Z are the main 3 dimensions we can observe. One that escapes many is in and out. This exists too, think about the alternate realities we visit and ghosts for example.
Shapes change too. A bubble is a sphere in a zero gravity environment, if you spin it it becomes an elliptoid, squashed at the poles so to speak. Spin it really fast and it will appear as a disc.
Then there's quadrature interaction but this requires a knowledge of vectors and calculus, its starts to get complicated after this.
Ya but lets say you have a paper that is infinite in dimension. And you have an unlimited number of vertices to work w/. Could you always make a polygon that looked unique to another and had its own beauty?
48  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: How do you block out negativity? on: November 04, 2013, 21:06:20
phase shift, visualize and feel a shield that protects you from all harm, visualize and feel that only positive energy can enter. Be aware that nothing can hurt you. Know you are the creator of reality. Remember, your thoughts manifest into reality. When I picture images in my mind, I see them later on in physical reality. So positive thoughts only. A good read on the subject of how we create reality, is Dr. Wayne Dyer's 'Wishes Fulfilled: Mastering the Art of Manifesting'.
http://www.amazon.com/Wishes-Fulfilled-Mastering-Art-Manifesting/dp/1401937276
49  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: How do you block out negativity? on: November 04, 2013, 20:55:53
I disagree wholeheartedly.

Just like this physical reality, you can greatly reduce the chances of experiencing negative things, but you can't "choose" to not have negative experiences.  That's like having your cake and eating it too... LoL

Negative experiences are as much a part of experiencing as good experiences are.  I wouldn't trade the negative experiences I've had for anything... they're half of what has made me the person I am today.  Cherish all that you are... picking and choosing will only leave you a fragment of the person you could be... acceptance is more than what's going on around externally to you.
Experiencing duality does not make you any more, or any less a living being. At the foundation of existence you are an observer/consciousness. Consciousness chooses out of the potentials of reality what will be the reality one observes. Saying one has been sent here to learn, is like saying one has been sent to pick cherries. Yes, you can choose to learn, albeit do you realise how zmall is human memory? Most probably don't remember what they did last week.
A few weeks ago I was walking to the park and pictured a shield that covered the whole earth and prevented negativity from entering. Within 30 minutes I saw 3 beautiful rainbows and a light breeze started to fall. I was on my skate board and fell, I got up and my palm was hurting, I touched the palm and the pain went away. Sometimes my nose may get congested, well I can stop that with my mind now.

If I get stressed, angry, frustrated and let these feeling inhabit my mind I may get a headache, sick, etc. If I become fearful, l kould accidentally fall/ hurt myself. The greatest moment of pain in my life was associated w/ strong negative emotions/feelings beforehand.

So don't believe you have limitations, that will be the greatest limitation.
50  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: How do you block out negativity? on: November 04, 2013, 01:04:32
You can't block it.  You can't stop it.  All you can do is accept it.
A negative experience is as much a learning experience as a positive one.

You can be the most positive, happy person in the world... and yet, even then, you'll have bad experiences.
Just accept it.

"Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
The courage to change the things I can,
And wisdom to know the difference.
"
Well.. In da astral you can choose to not have negative experiences. Why should it be any different in the physical? For example, mentally removing physical pain, establishing a shield around oneself to prevent harm. 2 examples of our mental control over physical reality.
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