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Quote from: nikolai on May 20, 2012, 18:15:42If its the latter, Tom speaks about it in his videos a lot, and I'm still going through his book, but he does not say how it is done.
Quote from: sqprx on May 20, 2012, 09:28:22Can any of you guys leave your body anytime you want? Not only in the morning or just before sleep, but anytime you're willing to do so? If so how long did it take you to get to this point? And how long does it take you to take off from the point of lying down and closing your eyes?
Quote from: Pauli2 on May 20, 2012, 19:49:29Could you compile some of those videos where Campbell explains how he does it.I would like to know how close it is to Moen's "imagination method".If possible, state the exact part of each video clip as in for example; "07:30 - 12:15".
Quote from: Xanth on May 21, 2012, 10:39:11Everyone has direct access to the wider reality at all times... the thing is though, not many people are actually trying to listen to it.
Quote from: Stookie_ on May 22, 2012, 11:48:03I believe you should also keep the physical experience and astral experience as 2 separate things. Don't let a meditative state come into your daily life. It's bound to eventually create an imbalance, neurosis, depression, unclear thinking, or exasperate any other existing issues.
Quote from: Stookie_ on May 22, 2012, 11:48:03I agree to an extent of what's being said, but I believe you should also keep the physical experience and astral experience as 2 separate things. Don't let a meditative state come into your daily life. It's bound to eventually create an imbalance, neurosis, depression, unclear thinking, or exasperate any other existing issues. I would guess most people who are clairvoyant 24/7 have mastered their inner and outer lives independent of each other first.Being able to focus clearly in the physical creates a more balanced and focused meditative life. I'm not knocking what anyone else said, just stating something I find important in regards to having a balanced life.
Quote from: Szaxx on May 22, 2012, 17:21:47Hi,Lets not forget that you can learn a discipline too. Its a way of life. Sounds familiar Xanth?
Quote from: Xanth on May 22, 2012, 13:03:28I actually disagree with this statement, and believe that the goal of everyone who meditates or wants to learn meditation should be to achieve that state of constant focus/concentration. Learning this has clear helpful implications upon your waking, physical life. It's not about "learning to meditate"... it's about becoming consistent and focused throughout your life, as a whole. Physical and non-physical.As I usually tell people in relation to astral projection... meditation shouldn't be something you "do", it should be a state of mind/consciousness that you "are".http://www.astralpulse.com/forums/welcome_to_astral_consciousness/adyashanti_%E2%80%93_true_meditation_series-t36399.0.htmlThe series of videos I linked above explain it much better than I can. They're a long listen... but VERY worth it.