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Author Topic: Near Astral Projection in my first week  (Read 1760 times)
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« on: May 16, 2016, 10:55:43 »

Hey guys/gals,
In this post I will explain my routine and how it took me to almost getting out of my body within my first week of trying and showed me I need a little more of practice.

I have been doing breath meditation for the last two years. After joining in this forum, I learned that I could try doing Conscious Sleeping.
So in my first week I tried sleeping while remaining aware in a relaxed state, much similar to meditation but more relaxed whilst trying. On the first two days, I had difficulty in sleeping especially when it comes to not moving your body. But from the third day, I moved my body little bit, but didn't move drastically like rolling over or anything. And from the third day, I slept easily and naturally but lost awareness and didn't see myself going into sleep - which is the main purpose of conscious sleeping, I believe. But I had many lucid dreams and dream recall since I tried conscious sleep.
Today, I took a small nap in the evening. Again, conscious sleeping. Got disturbed by my roomies a couple of times when they open and close the door, but thanks to my developed conscious awareness and my meditation practice, I was able to remain in the same deep state. Without noticing, I went to sleep.
I had a dream and in that dream, I noticed that I am experiencing states of trance!!! Then I fell down into a trance in that dream and realized suddenly that I am lucid dreaming. But I also saw that the intensity got lowered as soon as I realized that I am dreaming. But still I remembered to try to do the OBE and I tried.

I heard a loud noise, like a loud AI..AI..AI..AI.. a repeating sound, like a human bark huh and felt the body getting intense (now I see what people meant by vibration). I got so afraid. Intense fear arised! I won't get easily afraid or feared by anything, so I perceived this concept of sleep paralysis as simple. But today I realized that I need more focus when I reach that point to overcome the intense fear to proceed. What if my body was possessed (In the normal state I consider such thing as Bullcrap). I was a little hesitant to proceed though I tried.
Maybe my inexperience, fear, and/or the mild sleep (nap) had got me out of my sleep into a frightened wakefulness.

But I am quite happy with the result so soon! I didn't expect it! My best bet is to meditate while sleeping to achieve Lucid dreaming and Astral Projection.

Kindly suggest me if any and assist me for my progress!
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« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2016, 02:30:47 »

your defiantly on the right path fear is a hurdle we all have to face
just keep doing what you are doing and learning a bit more each time
you need to be a passive observer of whats happening alot easier said than done but keep practicing
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