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Author Topic: Trampolines, Flips and AP  (Read 1289 times)
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« on: January 31, 2005, 06:16:45 »

I just thought I would share this technique I've been using in my attempts to make the exit. It seems to be getting me closer to it and I feel some definite lossening when I do it. Since I was little I have always enjoyed jumping on a trampoline and didn't get rid of my trampoline untila couple of years ago when my parents moved and I went off to college. I always loved doing back flips on it and probably have done thousands of them from childhood until I got rid of the trampoline. So while I was trying to project I tried to recreate that memory of doing the backflips, feeling them from the moment I jumped until the moment I landed and what I could see and feel in the process. I then imagined myself doing flips off clouds in the sky and imagining landing on one a little lower. This exercise produced some sensations and dizziness like I haven't ever felt before. I have never been able to consciously project..so far, but this trampoline method seems to be getting me closer and closer to being able to. I'll update this thread if I have any major success with it. But it seems like this flipping is really getting me a hell of a lot closer to my goal of projecting.
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« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2005, 03:56:34 »

I never flipped but Ive also tried using my tramp experience as an exit technique or loosening technique, its probably one of the better ones Ive tried, as you dont need to focus on moving body parts either, you just bounce and try and remember the experience of rising and falling.
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« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2005, 06:17:14 »

Hi Jaw,

I think spending so much of my childhood (and adulthood to be honest) jumping on the trampoline has provided me with a very powerful technique to employ. I only wish I had thought of this a few years earlier. Remembering and mentally re-experiencing the feelings of jumpin, being upside down in the midst of a backflip, and then falling back onto the trampoline is really producing some intense sensations. I'm going to experiment with this alot more and see If I can fine-tune into something I can really use in my practice. I just wish I still had that trampoline, but being in a university apartment makes that impossible now.
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