Last night I tried once more to AP. I went to bed at 11:30 (I usually go to bed at 10) and woke up at 4 in the morning. Good time, no noise since the "family" was sound asleep. The problem this time, I think, was that I was very much tired and couldn't maintain myself conscious. So unawarely I drift to sleep and started dreaming and had an OBE in my dream.Does that count? I don't think it does but the feeling was unbelievable. I was dreaming that I was washing some silverware and suddenly started falling in waves like a waterfall. I remember I thought "I did it, I did it." I put myself upright, feeling my body light and not at all solid and started walking. I saw my mother (deceased for two years now) in her bed and tried to touch her but my hands just passed through her body. I felt something weird like very strong vibrations inside and all around me that weren't either sound nor colors just a huge feeling and all of a sudden I woke up. I guess I have been thinking so much about OBE that I dreamed of it. Anyway it was a very good experience since when it does happen I won't be surprised nor frightened.Best wishesYolette B.
Congratulations Yolette on your first out-of-body experience. When we first met in the conference room session it was a great opportunity get to know one another. I didn't realize how quickly you would succeed with much dedication, it reminds me when I was first starting out. This is what it takes to achieve a full conscious out-of-body experience. Commitment - Patience - Practice - Persistance It is such a blessing and a spritual gift to give students the opportunity to open the window to what is possible and percieve a wider reality. Keep up the great work Yolette and Thank You for sharing your first experience with the world!All the Best,David A. Warner
I thank you David, for helping me into my first OBE, and, most of all, for showing me that it wasn't just a dream. I was already thinking of a new approach to achieve success since I was convinced it had been a dream. I'll continue studying and researching because I aim high.