astral projection definition

Everyone has the ability to astral project. There are those who astral project daily and those who rarely astral project, at least intentionally the difference between the two is practice.

The art of astral projection is ancient in the same way as yoga or meditation and deserves respect. It is known by many different names and types. There are also various ways to accomplish astral projection.

Lucid dreaming is one type of astral projecting. Lucid dreaming is of course when we are conscious of our dreaming this is actually astral projecting. In order to lucid dream, all you need to do is to tell yourself ‘I am dreaming’ while in the dream.

Doing this lets you take the reins in your dreams but it takes a while to master this, making it not the best way for beginners to astral project.

All of us have astral projected at some time in the past; maybe even many times, as it happens.

Have you ever awoken from a particularly vivid dream remembering every detail? You were not dreaming this you were astral projecting.

It is very important to have confidence that you can astral project. This will ensure you have a better chance of being successful at having an astral projection experience.

Learning to relax and meditation is another helpful tool when learning to astral project. Your mind and body needs to be prepared to achieve astral projection. Meditation is a great preparation for the experience. Find a meditation you like and practice it.

One simple way to meditate is sitting in a comfortable spot in a quiet room free of distractions. Get comfortable and clear your mind of all thoughts.

Focus on your breathing, which should be slow and deep. As you exhale, visualize all of your worries leaving your mind along with your breath. You’ll soon be in a state of deep relaxation ideal for astral projection.

Breathe slowly, taking deep breaths in through your mouth and exhaling through your mouth.

Your breathing should become deeper and slower as you become more and more relaxed.

Work your way up towards your head, beginning from the toes and relaxing every part of your body one by one as you go. There are two techniques which work very well here. The first is to visualize each part of your body relaxing as you move upwards, telling yourself as you go that each part is relaxing.

You will begin to feel heavy as if energy is escaping each area of your body, slowly slipping away. Once you are completely relaxed, it is time to move on to the next level of astral projection.

You’ll find yourself so relaxed that it may be hard to stay focused; you might even be close to falling asleep! To prevent this and to stay working towards your goal, repeat a phrase to yourself. It doesn’t matter what this phrase is anything that you can repeat to yourself easily will do the trick.

Boredom tends to set in when the mind is not stimulated, so you may find yourself losing focus. If you find yourself doing this, stop the session or to help bring your mind back into focus, continue to repeat your phrase.

In order to astral project, you’ll need to reach an altered mental state. This can be done by simply repeating your phrase. You can also use the ‘body of light’ technique, which many practitioners find to be helpful. In this technique, you need to visualize your body transforming into a body of light.

You will experience three separate feelings when your astral body is projecting. You will have the sensation that you are moving. You will see lights and colors before your eyes even though they are closed. At this point, your astral body is going into the astral world.

You will probably hear voices. These voices will warn you to stop or tell you to go ahead. You will know you have been successful in astral projection when you get to this stage.

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