Ah yes, the final frontier. The impossible possibilities, where you see choir – singing German Shepherd dogs, pink cows dancing tango, and Victorian chimpanzees. Would you like to join me for this journey?
Why should we astral project?
Well, why not? You can do ANYTHING. Flying is only the beginning. What about trying to merge your consciousness with a pet? Oh, don’t look at me like that. It’s not harmful and you’ll still be there and be… you. Your pet will still be them. It’s just a thing to do. One of many things.
Think about this: We come into the world with nothing and we’ll leave with nothing. Don’t think you’ll take your 42″ LED TV with you. Many hours of the day is spent thinking about how to accumulate material things, experiences, relationships and so on. Why not get a taste of the life we really live? This is true freedom. No, astral projection may not pay your bills but you can be damn sure it might just lead you to find a way to do that. There, got your attention now? Just kidding… Or am I??
You should astral project because it’s a natural state. Because it’s not just your body, but you. And you can do lots of fun things.
Astral Projection and Dreaming
Astral projection is not dreaming, but it is comparable. In dreams, you are still in the astral plane but in your own space. Your are on another level within the level. Let me explain it in a better way: You are within a sphere. This sphere is your subconscious mind that’s generating dream content. No one can enter this sphere without your permission, but they may be able to influence this. Your dream takes place on the astral plane but within an enclosed area. Just imagine a dome, and you’ll know what I mean.
Astral projection is where the conscious mind is running the show. The subconscious will try to butt in, but you’re mostly so conscious here that you can easily dismiss whatever it sends your way. It’s a wonderful, wonderful experience.
Communication works differently in the astral plane. I don’t quite know how to explain it. It’s like you communicate with your intents, rather than with your words. It’s like you ‘know’ what the other part is saying. Leaves words for dead, so to say. You have to experience it yourself.
How do you astral project?
That’s the question.
And I don’t know the answer.
I can tell you the method I use when I don’t have time to relax properly and I just want to go for a quick visit to the Summerlands. It’s the Rope Method, and if you’ve ever been into these kind of things, then you’ve heard of it.
Here’s a quick step by step guide:
1. Lie or sit down. Groundbreaking, I know.
2. Take three deep breaths. Quiet your mind.
3. Imagine a rope. Now, don’t try to see the rope. Rather, feel yourself climbing up. Develop a single – minded focus.
4. This is where things may get a little scary. You might hear sounds and see things that are odd or scary. The first times I astral projected, I heard a loud rock band coming and going suddenly during the projection state. You will feel fear. This fear is false evidence appearing real. It is irrational. Do not heed it.
5. If you can stay calm during step 4, you’ll most likely project. Congratulations!
Practice makes perfect.
So, that was a short guide. Not a perfect guide, but I’ve always prided myself on being informative. Thus, I hope this was informative for you! Good luck!
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