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Quote from: Lighten on January 30, 2009, 06:55:37Not trying to be smart here but i doubt you slept 1 hour or even 4 hours a night many times. I assume you sleep between 7-8 hours most of the time. Wouldn't this obviously yield more projections during the 7-8 hours a night because you do it more often? I'm sure I could explain it better if I was good at math, but I'm not. It's like if i was recording how many times people stoped me on the street and told me they liked my shirt. I wore a red shirt 100 times and got compliments 50 times. I wore a blue shirt once and got 1 compliment. So sure i got more compliments on the red shirt but in percentages i got more on the blue. (50% vs 100%)
Quote from: andrew banjo on January 07, 2013, 04:40:22David the ability to consciously project is hard for others and easier for others like you due to spiritual evolution over the years and countless reincarnations as the soul personality develops it brings out our hidden talent...
Quote from: David Warner on January 05, 2009, 21:35:32This area of tracking is vital and has proven variable to success. Each sleep cycle I would track, researching if the amount of sleep mattered in achieving successful OBE. Yes, it does and here is the breakdown based on the hours of sleep needed the day before the OBE. As you see below, between 7hrs - 8hrs of sleep was recorded showing success rate at projecting. So now, I am able to see a better picture of the hours of sleep needed personally for me in yielding the OBE.1 hour 02 hours 03 hours 14 hours 65 hours 76 hours 237 hours 508 hours 659 hours 2710 hours 1611 hours 312 hours 2
Quote from: David Warner on January 31, 2014, 12:50:47This is why we do tracking and figuring out what works and what doesn't. I can tell you for certain that adequate amount of sleep will give you better results than 3.5 hrs. Now, I am not saying that you can'tproject on 3.5 hrs of sleep, but you will be swimming upstream. Personally, for me when I posted this a few years back, was to help people learn about their sleep patterns, document the days they project, the times so it cangive one a better picture for projecting. If this info. is not documented how will you know where to target for projecting? I would consider myself a average sleeper needing 7-8 hrs of sleep. You might want to consult a doctor for your insomnia to help you. Not just for astral projection, buthealth reasons as well.Feel free to ask me anymore questions, glad to help!Dave