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1  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Anyone been stuck at fuzzy feeling? What did you try? on: September 14, 2014, 21:43:13
This is aimed specifically toward people who had only gotten as far as twitching and body numbness/fuzziness. I've been trying different exiting techniques when I feel relaxed and numb enough, but none of them have done anything so far, except maybe yo-yoing, or trying to feel like I'm falling/sinking down, which increases the fuzziness sometimes and feels like it might lead to vibrations. (It's so hard for me to sink sometimes though).

I was sitting at a table, head down, listening to music when I started drifting off a bit, then my leg twitched and my body began to feel fuzzy, just a few minutes ago.  It seems that the twitching makes it "worse" (better) each time I twitch. Although sometimes my twitches are so violent they get me alert, lol. Like back twitches.

So for those who have been stuck at the twitching and numbness and fuzziness for a bit, and had been trying exiting techniques... what did you try?

Btw, I seem to avoid the painful restlessness by giving in to drifting off a bit and daydreaming, which I can snap out of just enough to concentrate on music and beats, which I plan to use anytime I choose to drift off while trying to OBE (because I might just fall asleep if there's no music)
2  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Astral Consciousness! / Re: 66 Astral Projection Techniques on: September 13, 2014, 19:57:56
When I follow the first link, I get an APHELION INTERNET MARKETING logo, is shop of enlightenment down? I've got the other link on astralpulse, though.
3  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Resistence when trying to have an OBE on: September 13, 2014, 19:53:08
Lately, almost every time I try to have an OBE, I end up getting lost in the sounds and daydreams that randomly swarm over me, and I find myself waking from them, lying on my back, and I just feel so uncomfortable and want to turn on my side. It's.. painful. I want to give up and I don't. So I try not to, but then I do. What helps temporarily is when I sort of sift my consciousness to busily imagining something, a state that feels less-awake but I don't tend to keep this up. Has anyone else experienced this, and have they found a solution?

And does anyone have a sort of word or sound I can use that best resists those pre-dream voices and scenarios? I've tried Chair, Her,.. and after my latest attempt half an hour ago it sort of feels like "glug" might be the easiest to repeat in my head, constantly while resisting the imagery. The technique I'm using to enter a state in which I can OBE involves repeating a word in my head. But, I still get lostin the swarms. Sometimes I'm not even lying down and I get lost in the pre-dreams. I can be searching for something under my bed, with the lights out, and bam, senseless thoughts. I guess it's harder for me than others to resist them.
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