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Quote from: JABuna on February 13, 2016, 00:33:07My first OBE that I tried to produce was with a guided meditation on youtube. Maybe that could keep you distracted enough to ignore your body. This produced a extremely vivid OBE. Now I usually try other methods. I'm focusing on some of Lumaza's techniques at the moment and like he said maybe if you immerse yourself in your imagination and create a scenario you can actively be a part of your focus would stay away from your body.
Any suggestions on calming my mind and staying focused on not staying focused?
Quote from: JABuna on February 13, 2016, 00:33:07I am honestly surprised with what I read in your post that your haven't had one yet. Especially if you experienced sensations of spinning and such.
Am I getting close?
Quote from: JABuna on February 13, 2016, 00:33:07All of my OBE's have been while I layed on my back, except for one when I was on my side. But I naturally chose to lay on my back. And I practice in this fashion because this is a "belief" of mine that this is the "right" position to be in. Maybe some of the more experienced members could state their experiences because I really am curious of whether or not being on your back matters. I know Monroe used to always face the north or have his head to the north but this is most likely one of those "beliefs." I have been facing any and every direction while having OBE's.
Does any other laying position work? I don't normally sleep on my back so it's a bit weird for me. I have to lay at attention.
Quote from: Xanth on February 08, 2016, 12:16:45
I'll give you a HUGE example of one of those "beliefs" (in this case, it's a subconscious belief part of most humans)...
The belief is that you are a spirit INSIDE a physical body.
Robert Monroe even coined the term "OUT OF BODY" experience... the term itself even fulfills that belief nicely. It's why people think they have to "climb out of" of their body in order to project.
It's nothing more than a belief... a limitation you place upon your own experience.
Quote from: Qess on January 28, 2016, 16:35:56
Yes I have thanks Szaxx, but now interesting thing is my experiences are not visual as we see with our eyes. They are visual like visualizing with the mind, do you experience that? or do you actually see visually your experiences