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Quote from: David Warner on August 12, 2012, 15:20:27I read documented journals and in books that many prisoner's would use astral projection as a form of coping with behind prison walls. What would be more interesting to research is how this actually has helped them and change their lives and perform better in society.
Quote from: Momluvshilary on August 12, 2012, 05:46:06Hi! I'm sherry and I gotta tell y'all something VERY cool!!! I have started talking to paralysis patients that most other nurses say are unresponsive- "vegetables" - I have always talked to my patients even if I dont know if they understand - I've thoroughly discussed astral projection with about 20 "unresponsive" quadraplegic patients- two imparticularly SHOWED great signs of interest! A I can say is their eyes lit up at the idea- and I could tell they were willing to try anything to enjoy some sort of experience besides laying in a bed with their extremities all contracted, diapered, not able to achieve any voluntary movement at all. I even felt comfortable enough to discuss astral sex with this one 24 y/o guy who's left eyebrow raised when the subject arose - I KNOW without a doubt he has has some "luck"!!! I always have him blink his eyes twice for "yes" n once for "no" - I went in there the other night and he was justa fluttering his eyes at me as if to say "yes, yes, yes" his cheeks were red as he tried the only way he could to express his experience to me! I KNOW this has changed his life- in report everyone keeps saying he's havi g a lot more facial expression- but is "sleeping an awful lot" I think it's great if these PTs can exp life in the astral!