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Quote from: Szaxx on August 17, 2015, 08:59:44This will really help those of you who keep thinking about your body. Some techniques require a thought free mind which is very difficult if not impossible for a lot of practitioners. By following the above, you'll occupy your mind fully leaving no stray thoughts of the body.
QuoteI use a different. I use a similar approach and can exit this physical world sometimes in less than a min.
QuoteI suggest sitting up, propped so you can't fall like on a corner chair or even my favourite, a bucket seat in my car.
Quote from: mon9999 on August 17, 2015, 10:10:08Wow this is what ive been using everytime i have a successful astral projection! I imagine myself in a beautiful nature like seashore
Quote from: Szaxx on August 19, 2015, 06:10:05The elevator sounds like a slow vortex experience.
QuoteYou traverse through the levels and exit where you get the urge to leave. The experience has started and the fun begins.There's quite a few authors that say speed takes you to the astral proper, this seems to work well. I've done this myself many times to get into an experience.
Quote from: mon9999 on August 21, 2015, 02:26:23What kind of chair are you using? I tried using chair but it feels uncomfortable and it gives strain on my neck and back..
Quote from: Szaxx on September 15, 2015, 23:00:41Hi Lumaza,I've already linked your topic in a lesson as it fits perfectly.http://www.unlimitedboundaries.ca/forums/how-to-phase-lesson-t754.htmlI hope some feedback is generated from it.It works well and I've used it a few times, each one successfully.
Quote from: milk on September 26, 2015, 16:17:25Lumaza - I've had quite some success since you recommended the Doorway technique. How rapid my physical awareness starts to shut down and switch into the non-physical is astounding. I think it all has to do with becoming curious about the scenes that are whooshing around behind my closed eyes. The part I've been getting stuck at is that everything I see still takes on the same color tone as I see when I just close my eyes and look randomly during the day, its sort of like a mauve, dark red/purple with flashes of electric blue to show highlights, which doesn't look realistic to me - although maybe I haven't gone far enough.Also - when I try to picture the doorway after staring into the blackness for sometime, I can catch glimpses of it, but it always seems to be moving like my perspective is constantly changing, one second its on the right then it switches distance and is far down on the left, its hard to keep track of it. I am supposed to be "seeing" it in blackness correct? Not picturing it in my imagination.
Quote from: Astralsuzy on November 06, 2015, 03:44:55I think the doorway is an excellent idea. The doorway is written well. It gives people something to practice and to focus. I am sure everyone appreciates this thread.