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1  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Astral Projection Experiences! / Long time... But I've come back again. :) on: February 09, 2017, 05:52:13
Hey all! I generally don't pop around here much, but for the newbies who wonder hat going lucid is like... I may be able to give you an idea just writing this. Smiley

(to be honest, I still haven't actually projected consciously yet, but I sometimes do it in my sleep)

So, this morning I wasn't feeling well, so I had a lay-down to recover.
Well... let's just say that I actually fell asleep this time and halfway through what felt like a future or alternate timeline, I suddenly went lucid.

The trigger for me was my mum; in this timeline, she had suddenly stopped talking, and... I realised I was out, and the typical side-effects started happening (suddenly wider FOV, crystal-clear vision, sudden sense of awareness, etc.) and that was when mum repeated what she had said. (note here that in this case SHE was the reality check, as her voice cutting off was quite abrupt and not like her, the rest of her was)

Anyway, as for what actually happened... I started in...
My house. My house. It sure felt like mine anyway. (Note at this time, IRL I haven't moved out yet) I had a wife, a daughter, and my mum had come for something. In fact, a lot of my family were there.

Then something happened, and my daughter went missing. That was around the point my awareness blew through the roof. I tried looking for her, but I had also suspected who had abducted her. (I won't mention him here) It was around this point that I also got the sense that this was possibly a future or alternate timeline of my own.

It was at this point as well that I thought "ok, time to come back" so I went to my room, went to lay on my "bed..." and realised my sister and some of her friends were sleeping over. Yea, not happening... Cheesy

So I walked out... and came across an old man called Walter Bishop (NOTE: If you've watched FRINGE, you'll know who this guy is!  wink) and I asked him if he could help me get back. All he did was say to me "wait here" and entered a room... and closed the door. that was when I saw everything blur away into darkness... and I woke up normally IRL.

Except I know I'd been out; my vision was full of static for a bit, kind of like turning on a Video Camera and waiting for the automatic gain to adjust. On top of that, I felt much better and quite refreshed. Smiley

Hence, I post it here. Hope you all have a good day. Smiley
2  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: Retrieving a very old memory's details... on: September 22, 2016, 13:07:24
Make short notes of what you do know, this can be a single word. Try to assemble them in chronological order and then read through the words thinking about their meaning and memories.
You can recall great details this way even after 30 years.
Wow, good idea, good thing I have a lot of paper here. Smiley
Now it's travel back to the past for answers.

Good thing too, as I do have a memory of a misspelt word that can help me.
3  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: How do you pick your close freinds? on: September 22, 2016, 11:50:43
in the astral... create a friend Smiley

like I did, she was pretty/cool when I met her in person.
You created a friend... but then met her in person.
Perhaps you could explain this? It doesn't seem to make much sense.

@PlasmaAstralProjection I just lost someone like you did, but in a different way. Most of the time, you just move on. If somehow, they make a comeback... so be it.
4  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: Pokemon Go! on: September 22, 2016, 11:32:34
I do, although my phone's prone to crashing in crowded areas.
5  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Retrieving a very old memory's details... on: September 22, 2016, 11:28:09
Hello all, wasn't sure which section to ask this one, so I put it here. (Mods: Please move this to the appropriate place if there is one, thank you. Smiley )

Anyway, I befriended someone in grade 2. Shortly after the end of that year, she moved somewhere else, and I haven't seen her since.
Now though, I'm actually trying to remember where exactly she moved to...

So I ask; is there any way of pulling information from your own subconscious memory? I am sure there's something stored there, but I'm not sure how to access that part of my mind, aside from maybe astral projection.

Any suggestions are welcome.
6  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: My experiences so far, and a new technique I made. on: July 29, 2016, 13:25:01
I agree, I use counting quite a bit as well. Usually 1-300 (But many times I don't actually get to 300, I click out before it). But sometimes I like to mix it up and do 1-50 and back to 0 for a couple of cycles. It is a great "time consumer" as you await a transition to occur. I have a problem concentrating my breathing. So counting seems to distract that thought.
I have found that 'counting' is one of the best ways for me to concentrate and focus. It is a basic component in my projection sequence. Also the odds of success go way up when I project after 5 hours of sleep. The 'sleep factor' is also crucial. I must have had plenty of sleep for several days prior to attempting a projection, otherwise I quickly fall asleep with the relaxation steps. Things like business travel or having a newborn or toddlers in the house also derail the sleep patterns and reduce my odds of success.
Since I didn't apply the early alarm (yet, I'll trigger it properly again one day) I didn't get far last night, but I found that counting from 200 to 0 (and also imagining an astral power meter going up with each number) completely disarmed my normally active mind, and basically charged my focus while keeping my body completely inert. I'm definitely going to use this in more experiments when more opportunities arise to focus the mind, then shift it out of body as I'm falling asleep.
7  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: My experiences so far, and a new technique I made. on: July 28, 2016, 11:02:50
I use the same technique but with counting backwards from the number 200 while drifting back to the "trance state". I've never been able to pass the number 100 in my reverse counting as I usually lose my consciousness then find my self fully aware in an OBE or a LD.
Welp, there's a number-based way of doing it. Smiley I haven't tried counting before though, maybe tonight I'll give it a go.

The real factor I think is the sleep you get beforehand due to the slightly unstable mental state you're in from waking up prematurely. Not sure if such a technique would work through deep meditation, I'd have to experiment a bit. (That means finding time of which can be scarce at times, lol)
8  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: My experiences so far, and a new technique I made. on: July 18, 2016, 13:32:25
Interesting technique, I am willing to try it. It seems like the key variation here is the churning of the memory. I have had success with similar techniques before but I don't really understand why this works. What is the connection between the memory noise and becoming aware in the dream?
You're almost spot on. Wink I actually got astral awareness upon waking up.

I think it worked that time because the way the memory noise filling works is that the brain somehow recalls that noise upon awakening, and if it's the right stimulus to trigger a projection, it either does so, or leaves a window where you alone can do a visual technique. (It's far easier to do so as well, as you're directly inside a void of sorts at such a point)

Anyway, if there's any interesting results, feel free to post them here, I don't mind. Smiley Can definitely help others.
9  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / My experiences so far, and a new technique I made. on: July 14, 2016, 09:21:25
Hello all, after almost a year of being dormant here, I've finally returned. Smiley
Four days ago, I finally projected again, only this time, it was completely accidental. (I wasn't intending to project that early in the morning, but here we are, lol)

And like my last projection a year ago (yep, it's been that long) I triggered it inside a dream. Only this time, it was upon waking up that it happened. I'll give a brief history of my successful (or semi-successful) attempts at going fully aware in the astral plane.

So, my first ever projection, back when I started getting really good at it, was triggered in a dream when I saw a sign on a wall, inside a dream, about "how to exit" and it had the word OBE on the bottom. that word alone triggered my first one. After getting visual clarity, I was hyper-aware for the first time, and at that point, I tried passing through the roof, and failing that, I dived through the flyscreen of the sliding door towards the kitchen. Then, i was flying around for a good 10 minutes. At some point, I tried visiting a long-lost friend, and came to a strange house. This was the point where I turned back and woke up by returning to my bedroom.

The second one only lasted about 3 minutes (I think it was 3 anyway) and initially started with my vision blacked out. Also, oddly, I didn't really hear the metallic roar I get in my ears when I start to separate from body this time. When i could finally see, I was around one of the couldersacks behind my house, and I decided to try flying down the road. I also attempted to fly faster, and ended up flying backwards into the ground. This was when i got up again, and started flying again. I again attempted, this time to teleport, to this long-lost friend of mine... and got blinded by a sheet of clouds, and I found myself back in my room, unable to wake up properly. I then used all my effort to "slap" myself awake for real with my etheric arm. (It did look like an odd white blur across my vision before my physical eyes snapped open)

The last projection I remember before four days ago was one night where instead of starting in my room, I got a real "exploding head' feeling, and found myself running down this odd street and for a while, i was randomly running everywhere in several weird places, including an odd version of my house that had black walls instead of a lilac color, and jet-black floor tiles. That was one of my last true attempts before I pretty much lost both the ability to project, along with my motivation. (school at the time was starting to get real stressful at times then)

After that, for a good year, I simply couldn't do it, I'd sort of lost the ability to meditate for long periods of time as well. And I decided finally about six months ago that maybe I should leave it off for a while. This I did, although I knew sometime that I would return later.

And I guess four days ago marks my official return now. Smiley How it happened though I think is quite possibly linked to wanting the ability to search for someone and know how they're doing. And oddly, trying to do so... triggers it if I fall asleep.

What happened beforehand is that I again had a dream of this friend of mine (This was the first time in a while that I had gotten such a dream, apart from a real vivid one a day ago, again the first I had in a while) of which ended with me waking up a bit earlier than i normally do these days. (This is despite going to bed at 12:30 AM the night before, BTW) And for some reason, I wanted, subconsciously, to search for her again. While attempting to do so, I fell asleep. Next thing I know, I'm being driven home by my mother, when I thought of separating from my body. I did so, and flew real fast up into the clouds from the car. I then dive-bombed afterwards, and found myself in some sort of room. (it kind of looked like my dining room, complete with the table and everything)

This is where it gets interesting; it was shortly after landing in this room that I started to wake up. Started to... for some crazy reason, upon waking up, I suddenly 'teleported' to the clouds again, ready to sky-dive at something like 700kph. As soon as i hit max-speed... I suddenly blacked out, and that familiar metallic roar hit my ears, for the first time in months! I initially thought this was a false start again, until I decided to sit up. Oddly, I couldn't really see, and... i had the odd feeling of sitting up, but lying down at the same time, kind of as if I was "floating in place" while sitting up. At this point, my visions just noise. Then it hit me; I was out of body, sitting up and blinded by a black curtain of noise! Smiley

Then trust my eyes flicking open briefly to break it... cheesy when I suddenly got an odd distorted view of my bedroom window, (this was because my physical eyes flicked open while out of body) I floated back into a lying-down position (that's what it felt like anyway) and lay there as my etheric body slowly pulsated in place... then I woke up, somewhat more alert than normal. I then smiled when i realised what happened, and started my day.

And with my return to this forum, I introduce my unusual method that I'm going to hopefully work on with each opportunity I get.
I call it the "DDOS attack + skydiving" technique.
And here's how it goes; for this to work at a good efficiency, I recommend sleeping for about four to five hours before. Maybe set an alarm, or something. Once you've woken up, get up and do something. I find just getting up and going to the toilet or getting a mid-night snack, anything that can partially wake up the rest of your mind, works. Then, head back to bed.

Now here comes the crucial detail; the idea now is to focus your attention on something that can introduce a whole load of noise into your short-term memory, kind of like DDOSing a server by flooding it with packets. "searching" for something can work, as it did for me, or you can try to solve a huge calculation, or even try remembering back as far as you can. Whatever it is, keep doing it, and work on filling your short-term memory up with it; the idea is to fill up your mind with as much noise as possible.

This is the point where you'll probably drift off to sleep while doing it. Don't try to stay awake, as doing this will keep you up, the idea is to fall asleep while the short-term memory is full of noise from what you were doing earlier. This will probably result in a premature awakening halfway through a dream. As you're waking up, if you feel that the process of waking up's real slow, immediately use a visual exit technique. I really recommend imagining flying up real high and dive-bombing, as the sensation of doing so will stall the waking up process and hopefully fire off the vibrations and/or other exit signposts. If by this point, you're out, congrats, you did it. Smiley

Anyway, as of today, I'm getting back in the game. Feel free to comment on this. I hope to keep this updated as frequently as possible. Smiley
10  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: your best experience? on: July 12, 2016, 10:06:58
My best one? I'll admit that I don't (and usually can't) project that much, but this morning's surprise attempt was probably one of the best I've had, in terms of super-high awareness. Smiley

Basically, I was initially in a dream about someone I miss a lot (again, they come round every now and then) and towards early morning, I woke up from it. Being a bit delirious from prematurely waking up (I didn't plan this projection BTW, the opportunity just came out of the blue!) I decided to try searching for this person and connecting to them. Well, I fell asleep... sort of...

I was in another dream environment at this point, being driven home in the car by my mother, when I decided to try AP in the car. I floated out, and activated my powered flight to rise at an incredible speed up to the cloud layer I could see. i then decided "why not DIVE?" so i did. Now here's where it gets interesting...

I ended up in some sort of room, and after a couple of minutes, I started to wake up. Started to... for some crazy reason, as my body was waking up, I was suddenly near those clouds again, and for the second time I sky-dropped. I suddenly froze dead, unable to see, and that familiar metallic sounding wind was ringing in my ears! I didn't think it was successful though, so I went to sit up... and realised I was out-of-body, sitting up, with my vision being nothing more than garbled noise. But at that time I didn't care; some thought in the back of my head echoed, "I'M OUT!"

Then of course, trust my eyes to flicker open and stuff it... XD I woke up shortly after that, quite happy that for the first time in months, I actually separated for a good 8 seconds! Smiley A whole hour had passed from when I fell back asleep to then.

And there you go. I was going to put this in a separate thread (or even put it in my journal thread here, although I haven't really touched it in a while) but I thought that it would be good here also. Smiley
11  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: Brilliant White Flashes in the Brain on: July 09, 2016, 11:32:42
Conclusion - fear is a waste of time.
Agreed right here. Wink

I had a similar experience when I was younger, but in this case, I wasn't falling asleep, I was go-karting for the first time. Upon making a small turn... BANG! this oddly bright light filled my vision for about 5 seconds, and when my vision cleared out, I'd run the kart into the dirt... Cheesy

I've often wondered myself if that flash I got was caused by something else other than maybe my former epilepsy. (It's been gone for absolute years now)
12  Astral Chat / Welcome to Members Introductions! / Re: Long overdue on: July 09, 2016, 11:28:27
I've been a member (albeit an inactive one) for almost a year now. I'd like to reintroduce myself.

Call me Hope, for the sake of this long name I have. I've been trying to open my eyes to the superworld for awhile. I've had very few and far between practice sessions for projection. I used to get vibrations during the sessions and now I get squat. I really want this but I realized I have no idea what I'm doing. I know about the rope technique, the rolling technique, and I even kinda developed one of my own. I don't get these vibrations anymore. I fall asleep very fast. For those who believe, I'm electro and pyrokinetic. I figure if I can do those things then I must be able to project. I just don't know how. I want this more than anything. And I'm aware it's hard to give advice without knowing my situation, but I ask for it anyway. Please help me. I've always wanted to do this. And I did, actually, as a child. I just didn't know it at the time.
Anyway, thanks. Hope I didn't go overboard here. Haha! Thanks a bunch in advance!
Welcome to the Pulse! I didn't think I would see the day an electrokinetic would come here. Wink

Have you tried sleeping for something like 4 hours, waking up for 30 minutes, then attempting? Other than that, I'm a little stumped in my progress as well.
13  Metaphysics / Welcome to Metaphysics! / Re: Strange pulling sensation uopn exiting school on: June 27, 2016, 09:45:53
I have often thought that someone or something was trying to get my attention that time.
As for leading me somewhere in the astral plane... maybe in some past life, there was a place there, but I would otherwise have no idea what such a place would be now.

But... Maybe something was indeed buried...

Perhaps attempting AP again will yield me some answers. It's about time I got back in the game. Smiley

As for medical reasons, it could have always been a nerve in my back doing something, but the fact that the "feeling" seemed to change it's position on my body when I felt it tells me that isn't it.

Either way, thank you for answering. Smiley
14  Psychic and Paranormal / Welcome to Psychic and Paranormal! / Re: Shadow creature tries to pull the leg of a woman on: June 21, 2016, 14:44:44
Um, hate to say this, but... could that "shadow creature" be some sort of water on the camera lens? Cheesy
15  Metaphysics / Welcome to Metaphysics! / Strange pulling sensation uopn exiting school on: June 21, 2016, 14:40:56
Does anyone know of something that could have caused that tug? Only just saw this again today.
16  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Do OBEs prove the existence of the afterlife? on: March 19, 2016, 14:38:01
I can't count the fore warnings I've received. After attempting to save many lives by disclosing the info to authorities only to be threatened with an incarceration in a nuthouse.  Thousands died as a result of these few idiots. This started in the 70's.
I switch them off now once they appear.
This. The specific reason why the government should listen. Wink
17  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Astral Projection Experiences! / Re: I want help to know if this was a projection or just a dream on: November 14, 2015, 12:02:19
Hello all again, I decided to make a new post today since the other one is sorta old by now and the topic of it its different from today's so I thought was better to write it in a new post, this night something weird happened 2 times to me and I would like opinion from people to help me analyze my experience so I know if it was me learning better how to project or so, I have a feeling it was a projection but I will explain now what happened.
First time was during the night, I was sleeping and I entered that state I usually entered before with weird noises in my head, maybe not as heavy or loud as my first experiences to try to project when I was in paralysis but it was still some of it, so anyways I "awaken" in that state turned to the side I was sleeping and I dicide I want to move and try to see a bit around me, I feel very heavy and slughish but I tell myself this wont stop me so I slowly lift myself up  as like when you do push ups but with the knees on the floor and I slowly turn to my girlfriends side to watch her, she was sleeping and I was able to touch the blanket and such but not able to really interact or call my girlfriend, then I woke up, okai now its the part of why I was questioning if it was a projection or not, first thing I noticed is the pillow I was sleeping with my head on in this state/projection was blue dark( thats the pillow cover that I sometimes use but it went for washing a few days ago) and in reality its white now, and in the projection/dream my girlfriend was turned to my side but in reality she was turned up almost to the other side.
Now for the second experience I had in the morning after my girlfriend had left the bed to go walk the dogs, I stayed a bit longer in bed and without realizing I fell asleep instead of just staying a few more minutes in bed lol... anyways what happened was this, I thought I was awake and moving towards the bed, I could hear some noises outside the room like the pets having fun( have 3 dogs) I was moving towards the door to open and say good morning  and give a kiss to my girlfriend( this is something that happens often in real too) and then suddenly before getting to the door I get pushed/teleported back to the bed and I start to feel the usual feelings I feel in sleep paralysis but again not as intense and I used to feel.
 I hear weird noises around me, I feel some weird feelings like things touching me around me like my butt area and similar and stuff, and the noises start to get louder a bit and some vibrations but I dicide to ignore everything this time and just focus on my intention, I believe I can get out of bed this time that I am getting better at this, so I was able to slowly get out of my body, think it was like that at least but I didnt look back to check if there was a body, the weird thing at start though was this, I was like in my vision bringing fragments of the blanket with me, I tend to have always the blanket on top of me even in my head too sometimes so was like when I got out of bed I brought parts of the blanket with me for a while and I could feel it wrapped around me for like 5 to 10 seconds before the feeling dissipated, I moved closer to the door of the bed room, and what I did was decide to trespass the door since it was closed like usually( girlfriend closes the door so the pets wont disturb me if I am still resting) I was still moving slow but a bit faster than before, and then I put my hand towards the door and the most amazing thing happens for me, I start to trespass the door slowly, I felt a bit of resistance but not to much, on the other side I didnt see the pets but I could see my girlfriend on the computer drinking her coffee and my vision got all fine maybe after I passed the door.
I tried to call my girlfriend  and such but she wouldn't hear me, I was able to pick her glass and started to knock it on the table to make her notice me but nothing, she just goes back to her stuff, then she decided to go downstairs for some reason , for a moment I thought she noticed me while I continued knocking on the table but no, she went downstairs and went inside the living room and I followed, I noticed the living room the sofas were missing, it was sorta empty a bit, to be honest now maybe more parts of the house felt emptier but I didn't pay attention to everything... so I noticed I couldn't call her so instead I called my spirit guide and then I started to feel a presence close by, I saw some strong light coming from upstairs but was moving slowly to me it seemed, so instead of making it come all the way to me I tried to meet with it too but before I could climb the stairs I then woke up and I then just decided to get out of bed and do my stuff and now I find myself writing all this while its still more vivid in my mind.
So my question is after explaining my experiences is if you think I was able to project or just a dream? I would think it is a projection since I was able to project my intentions, I knew I was in bed in reality and I was able to maintain myself focused all the time without losing sight of myself to a dream or so but I would like to hear opinions from others with more experience.
To me, this is very definitely a projection! Wink I say well done and good luck to you. Smiley

Odd question, but what's your sleep schedule? Cheesy
18  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: I'm back. Almost AP'd without trying. Found AP difficulty solution on: November 12, 2015, 09:48:26
Hey, what'sup. So aside from my welcome post and my post in media about AP in music, I'm sure no one remembers me. I'm back on because I almost had an OBE without trying last night, and now I feel a little different about it; a little less disconnected from spiritualism. Like most people who try to AP and do it once but fail miserably everafter, I was searching the internet to try to connect the dots and find scientific evidence of if there is a reason why it's so hard to do. In the 2 year period between now and when I realized I couldn't do it again after my first time, I found out that there are only 2 major vises keeping people here on their earth. These are just what I've found, and even though they are absolutely true for me, they may not be true for someone who grew up APing. (skip 2 paragraphs if you don't care)

1) It's extremely difficult to AP if you're exhausted.
Few people realize this, but when you stay up past 12pm you don't dream as much as you would have if you went to bed at 10 or even 11, no matter how many hours you actually sleep. When you sleep too late, and you do it consistently because you think it won't affect you "because you're an adult", you accumulate sleep debt that is almost as serious as if you were to restrict your sleep time by hours per night. After you have this special type of sleep debt, you go to bed and black out and wake up the next day. In public, you can bring up the topic of dreaming, and it's very likely that people will say that they don't dream. The reason you black out instead of dreaming like a child is because you drop straight into deep sleep and stay there instead of having deep sleep + REM sleep. It's because you're so exhausted that your body needs to repair itself physically, rather than choosing to consolidate memory with REM sleep. You'll certainly find that people age quicker if they consistently go to sleep after midnight their whole life.
Related: the natural human sleep cycle is 4 hours asleep, 2 hours awake, 4 hours asleep. When humans invented artificial light, this was almost instantly done away with.

2) It's much easier to AP lying on your back, face up. (or your own AP position)
You might read it or hear it in videos and just brush it off as just how other people are comfortable doing it. But if I try to AP, and I'm well rested and meditating properly with nothing on my mind, and I'm lying on my side, I just lie there for 6 hours and nothing happens. Why do I feel compelled to lie on my side? Idk, but that's what my brain tells me is comfortable. I lied on my back yesterday night and cleared my mind just like I had when attempting it on my side previously, and shazam! My arms and legs were gone in a matter of minutes. I was having fleeting actual visual kaleidoscopic images along with very vivid hallucinations of nearly-human-like figures. This was followed by an extreme adrenaline rush, and consoling myself that I had to finally sleep for my 7:30am alarm. Though my arms only felt like they were an inch away from my actual arms, it was the farthest I'd been out since 2 years ago. And it was offensively easy just like how I remembered it.

Other than that, I'm almost out of school. Just 2 more semesters. Can't wait to move out
...And here's why I keep failing! Looks like I will be shifting my sleeping hours then. (Most nights these days, I would be lucky to get to bed before 11:00!)

And that would explain a couple of times where I backed out straight away rather than being awake for hours... Wink
19  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: Earth is Not our home? So what is? on: November 12, 2015, 09:43:22
So its like the computer game The Sims, where the sim is surrounded by data ie everything he can see around him but he thinks he is separate from this data but in his case its the GPU/CPU that executes the program that he is part of but he simply does not realise he is part of the program, is the program. Is that somewhat right?

So we are currently interacting with this data? is it everything we see around us? 
Definitely heard the video game example before, but I think the matrix fits well too, simply because any form of kinesis ability can be akin to "hacking" the "physics engine" of our world, just like how Neo is able to fly by just manipulating code in the matrix.
20  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: Astral projectors what songs remind you of the astral and why? on: November 12, 2015, 09:37:31
I find listening to any type of nightcore with a heap of ambient instruments triggers it for me.
21  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: Whats the connection of music and telekinesis or getting the vibrations? on: November 12, 2015, 09:35:53
Interesting stuff! Smiley

And a good question too; these music tools you've made.... (or are working on) Is it possible to tap those into a guitar amp or something? Would be interesting to see what metaphysical results come out of a good guitar solo. Wink
22  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Re: Can you astral project? on: November 12, 2015, 09:33:14
Wish I could; I have managed to escape into odd places though a couple of times. (Last time was a seemingly never-ending dirt road where I was dashing at high speed)
23  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: meditation on: November 12, 2015, 07:08:18
I find also that blocking out light by rolling your eyes back (Someone else suggested this to me! Smiley) helps too. Of course, don't roll them back too far, or you'll hurt them! Cheesy

As for me, I usually meditate by visualizing a candle, then letting it flow out into other thoughts. (Reason i do so is because my first true meditation session used a video of a candle for stimulation)
24  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: LED Lights on: November 11, 2015, 04:26:20
Hey dude, would it be possible if you could transport yourself to my house? (In NPMR of course. Wink) I can leave on my Wii, the phone and a few other things, since they all have LEDs, and that way you could investigate those. I also wonder what vibe blue LEDs give... (The blue one will be my 3DS if you're willing to take this up)

Also, wish i could just pass straight out right now and check out this LED stuff myself... Cheesy (Can't yet... last time I did get out, I was dashing across a dirt road for quite some time in an unknown direction)
25  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Re: Short "pulses" or vibrations in my head all day? on: October 23, 2015, 06:54:56
Thaomas, your answer was great, I added my own technique to Vehram's method. One word of warning though, be careful not to roll your eyes back to far though. That could cause a bad headache. Learn from my mistake, lol!  wink

 I too awaken in bouts of SP. For the last year though I have become aware (awoken) just before it started. So, I could actually watch the entire process occur. First there is a "hyper awareness", then I hear the high pitch/Astral winds approaching. Next I feel a slight buzzing sensation, which quickly builds into a full blown sometimes violent vibration. Then it just stops and I feel something touch my feet. Then I feel my legs raising and the next thing I know I am exiting through my feet and jettisoning down my hallway and out my patio window into another realm. This entire process has occurred over and over again over the last two years now. Also, this occurs without any intent on my part. If anything my only thought is that I will go, experience and see whatever it is I need to. I just trust and enjoy the ride.

 Here is a great thread on creating energy sensations.

Heh, heh... Cheesy I've done that roll-eye mistake once, and that was purely due to how tired I was!

And I think the reason why it's real easy to induce such a sensation is due to the fact that the brain's balance can get thrown off by rolling your eyes back. Since the brain's equilibrium's confused, any "movement" your astral/etheric body makes is interpreted as actual movement, even if you're simply sitting in a chair... Wink
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