Many people ask me ‘What is the quickest way to have an out-of-body experience?’, or ‘What is the best technique?’. The thing is there is no one quick answer to either of those questions since we are all individuals with our own mindsets which may make the process of astral projection easy or difficult.[Read more…]
Something that always makes me laugh in the morning is when I wake up thinking ‘oh well no OBEs or projections this morning never mind there’s always tonight. I get up go downstairs, put the kettle on, let the dog out, grab a coffee and return to bed with computer on lap catching up on emails and browsing facebook still in that ‘I’m not quite awake zone.’
From January 2015
Astral projection at times doesn’t seem very consistent, sometimes I get out every night other times I go longer periods without one, probably due to my own physical/mental condition after all we all have busy lives and these lives can be stressful. However if I haven’t had an out-of-body experience for a while it comes to the point when I have to have one.
Astral projection in theory is not difficult in itself, as easy as staying awake when falling asleep, sounds simple doesn’t it? However, it can take practise. Just lay in bed and keep your mind awake while you fall asleep. I’ve lost count how many times I’ve tried this technique but have been too tired to hang on to my mind, sometimes I manage it sometimes I don’t. After all, sinking down into sleep is such a pleasant sensation when it’s cold outside and the bed is just so warm and cosy.
I am not a monk tucked away in some quiet corner of the world where no one will disturb me, I am not someone who meditates every day, though I probably should. I usually manage to go to bed early and listen to some binaural beats, sometimes I even make it through to the end without falling asleep.