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Author Topic: Goose bump symptoms(but not quite)..what do I do next?  (Read 796 times)
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« on: January 14, 2018, 02:43:02 »

Hello guys I have been attempting to astral project for a while. When I am ready to project(i.e relaxed my body, took deep breaths, etc) I get to a point where I get "chills". I think thats the way of describing it. Its almost like goosebumps but not really. It just happens suddenly. I am not cold or emotionally excited when this happens so its not quite like goosebumps but it feels like it but not exactly(hair not standing up).It starts from my neck and goes all over my body. I do not know if its a sign to project or something of that sort. This has not happened once but a lot of times when I get into this deep trance like state. I basically get stuck in this point. My heartrate increases, my thoughts wander, i get the feeling I am THIS close to projecting(though I have never projected), etc. What should I be doing while this happens? What would be my next few steps to project?

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« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2018, 06:09:49 »

Ignore them.

Just keep deepening your awareness away from the physical.
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« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2018, 08:36:57 »

Ignore them.

Just keep deepening your awareness away from the physical.

Ah I see. So what should be the time to start using an exit technique like the rope method? or do you have to use an exit technique to project..? Is it like deepening your awareness until you have a shift of awareness or something like that?
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« Reply #3 on: January 14, 2018, 10:50:12 »

Ah I see. So what should be the time to start using an exit technique like the rope method? or do you have to use an exit technique to project..? Is it like deepening your awareness until you have a shift of awareness or something like that?
Well, that's really the main question, isn't it?

There isn't really a specific *time* to use them... as the method/technique you do choose to use *IS* the entire thing you're doing.
For example, using the rope method... you don't just do it for a few seconds and pop out.  With the rope method, the rope is your entire focus.  Keep climbing the rope, keep focusing more and more on the action of climbing the rope.  As you progress "up" the rope, you keep deepening your awareness towards that action.  Further removing yourself from this physical reality.  Eventually your awareness will be so enthralled with the sensations of climbing the rope that it'll naturally trigger the projection reflex and you'll shift your awareness to elsewhere.
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« Reply #4 on: January 14, 2018, 11:30:27 »

Well, that's really the main question, isn't it?

There isn't really a specific *time* to use them... as the method/technique you do choose to use *IS* the entire thing you're doing.
For example, using the rope method... you don't just do it for a few seconds and pop out.  With the rope method, the rope is your entire focus.  Keep climbing the rope, keep focusing more and more on the action of climbing the rope.  As you progress "up" the rope, you keep deepening your awareness towards that action.  Further removing yourself from this physical reality.  Eventually your awareness will be so enthralled with the sensations of climbing the rope that it'll naturally trigger the projection reflex and you'll shift your awareness to elsewhere.

i really thought doing it for a few second when you think you are super relaxed was the idea behind the technique...wow that explains a lot, thank you!
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« Reply #5 on: January 15, 2018, 01:01:35 »

I'll tell you a secret. No it isn't really a secret but it does get overlooked. Most projections are only recognized AFTER the fact.

One minute you are climbing the rope or relaxing or doing whatever it is you do and the next you are back amazed at where you've been and what you did.
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