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sharkey
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« on: August 12, 2003, 12:55:15 »

Glad you posted that.  I've been seeing phasing mentioned a fair bit and thought it would be a dumb question to ask what it was.
Your analogy and explanation cleared it up for me, although your shower sounded like the reverse of the "Boiling Frog" theorem.

Cheers, Sharkey.[8D]
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« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2003, 12:24:06 »

There are often people posting questions like "What is phasing ? how does it differ from regular OBE's ?"

I'm sure its been answered in plenty of posts beforehand; suffice to say its a term that Frank came up with to describe entering the astral gradually, with full control.

Anyway....here's a good analogy. Its been pretty hot here over the past few days, about 33-38c, the kind of weather where you enjoy having a cold shower.

Standing in the shower, the water was luke warm. I realised that if I turned it all the way down to 15c (cold) I'd have to jump out...so I thought, I'll turn the temperature down a degree or two, every couple of minutes. That way, I was becoming used to each stage of cold water, and it felt very comfortable. After a while I got all the way down to the coldest setting, and I didn't have the urge to jump out, because I'd become accustomed to the levels of temperature in between.

Likewise, phasing is a gradual process of entering the astral.
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