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help me astral project!
    #12847098 - 07/04/10 04:00 AM (3 years, 9 months ago)

Im having a hard time understanding how to astral project ive tryed it ive got stoned layed on my bed closed my eyes and though about a object "like a football or something" however i do not start feeling vibrations or anything i think im doing something wrong i need some advice how do you astral project?


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: Razzlesnaps]
    #12847147 - 07/04/10 01:12 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

I focus on breathing. I usually do it two different ways.

First method I do is every time I inhale I imagine my body becoming lighter and lighter, sort of like inflating like a balloon. I do this and try to feel some kind of breaking point where my astral conscious will "pop" off or detach from my physical body.

The second method is basically the opposite. When I inhale my body is at a normal weight, but when I exhale, I imagine it getting heavier and sinking like a stone.
I've had more success with this method personally. It seems to induce sleep paralysis faster which is a part of the process to reaching astral projection.


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: Acaterpillar]
    #12857952 - 07/06/10 07:55 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

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Rabidbaboon said:
I focus on breathing. I usually do it two different ways.

First method I do is every time I inhale I imagine my body becoming lighter and lighter, sort of like inflating like a balloon. I do this and try to feel some kind of breaking point where my astral conscious will "pop" off or detach from my physical body.

The second method is basically the opposite. When I inhale my body is at a normal weight, but when I exhale, I imagine it getting heavier and sinking like a stone.
I've had more success with this method personally. It seems to induce sleep paralysis faster which is a part of the process to reaching astral projection.




so just imagine myself sinking everytime i breathe out? sinking into the bed or sinking into a imaginary tar pit or something like that?
ive had a sleep paralysis trip a while ago i was just laying in my bed really tired but with my eyes open i started seeing shit it was crazy.


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: Razzlesnaps]
    #12858016 - 07/06/10 08:06 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

Close your eyes, take a deep breath, extend your arms........then jump!  Oh, did I not mention to be on a cliff or bridge first?  My bad. 
Astral projection takes practice.  Try lucid dreaming first.  Its easier.  Train yourself to pick up on cues to let you know you're dreaming, ie., when I see a particular redhead I know I'm dreaming and control is all mine.  Astral projection will not come this way, but at least lucid dreaming gives you practice in controlling an aspect of your life you never knew before.  Lucid dream and still can't astral project?  Astral project in your lucid dream.  You get the same results. 

That "sleep paralysis trip" you explained, is the gateway you must pass through to travel without your body.  Don't just look, do.


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: Razzlesnaps]
    #12858095 - 07/06/10 08:19 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

The first thing you need to be aware of is that if it doesn't happen naturally then for most people it can take quite a while to get it so requires a lot of practice and patience. A long time could be 6 months + for someone who does practice regularly. Try this site http://www.astralvoyage.com/projection/index.html She has a very good e-book offered on the site that will tell you pretty much all you need to know but I think she is charging for it now. I picked it up a few years ago when she was offering it for free. I could have given you some more links but over the last couple of days of trippin balls I seem to have fucked with some of my PC's settings (no idea or memory of what I did) and can't access my favourites. I could find some for you but I am sure you can use google. The best place to start is do lots of reading on the subject.


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: LisonAlGaib]
    #12858131 - 07/06/10 08:23 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

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Close your eyes, take a deep breath, extend your arms........then jump!  Oh, did I not mention to be on a cliff or bridge first?  My bad. 
Astral projection takes practice.  Try lucid dreaming first.  Its easier.  Train yourself to pick up on cues to let you know you're dreaming, ie., when I see a particular redhead I know I'm dreaming and control is all mine.  Astral projection will not come this way, but at least lucid dreaming gives you practice in controlling an aspect of your life you never knew before.  Lucid dream and still can't astral project?  Astral project in your lucid dream.  You get the same results. 

That "sleep paralysis trip" you explained, is the gateway you must pass through to travel without your body.  Don't just look, do.



Most of the texts on this will tell you to start with lucid dreaming.
Also with the patience thing be aware that if go into it wanting it so bad that you just can't wait then if you get close or even if you start to leave your body there is a good chance that you will get excited and this will pull you strait back to your body.


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: psilocyberman]
    #12858165 - 07/06/10 08:29 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

i can't astral project unless i'm completely sober


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: astral cojones]
    #12858238 - 07/06/10 08:42 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

I've come close. The best time to try is in the morning.

Like wake up about 2 hours before you usually do, and stay up for about 5-10 minutes. Then get back in bed, lay on your back and close your eyes. Try to get right on the brink of falling asleep but still awake and stay there.

It's the best time to do it because your body is the most relaxed after a nights sleep, and relaxation is extremely important and the hardest to achieve. Even if you end up falling asleep, you'll have amazingly realistic and controllable dreams. :thumbup:


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: x Ju x]
    #12858327 - 07/06/10 08:58 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

When I would get high as a teenager I would lay down and close my eyes and I would get a very pychedelic feeling of falling into my bed and when I hit the bottom I would feel like i was in space and if I focused on my body I could do flips and shit. Crazy shit. :highdog:


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: x Ju x]
    #12858332 - 07/06/10 08:59 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

What does the state of astral projection actually feel like. Are you on the brink of being asleep but are still awake as said early?


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: BluePixieWaves]
    #12858342 - 07/06/10 09:01 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

it's the same as dreaming just a lot more clear and you're in a lot more control of your mind and surroundings


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: astral cojones]
    #12858357 - 07/06/10 09:03 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

Practically lucid dreaming just more vivid.


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: BluePixieWaves]
    #12858365 - 07/06/10 09:04 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

if you go into a lucid dream directly from meditating then that is considered astral projection or a WILD as some call it


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: Razzlesnaps]
    #12858416 - 07/06/10 09:14 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

For the record, I think astral projection is a bunch of new-age bullshit, but since I get sleep paralysis on a regular basis, and find it pretty scary and uncomfortable, what should I do to take advantage of it for some mind-trippiness?


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: supercollider]
    #12858442 - 07/06/10 09:20 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

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For the record, I think astral projection is a bunch of new-age bullshit, but since I get sleep paralysis on a regular basis, and find it pretty scary and uncomfortable, what should I do to take advantage of it for some mind-trippiness?




The next time you get it, just lay still and not move for a few moments. then try to just get up and get out of bed. Try to forget you have sleep paralisys, and visualize yourself getting up and out of bed.

It's really hard to explain, but it works :shrug:


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: supercollider]
    #12858449 - 07/06/10 09:24 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

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supercollider said:
For the record, I think astral projection is a bunch of new-age bullshit, but since I get sleep paralysis on a regular basis, and find it pretty scary and uncomfortable, what should I do to take advantage of it for some mind-trippiness?



when i get sleep paralysis (usually by falling asleep flat on my back) i just focus my attention on any point of my body (like a finger or the side of my torso or my elbow..  anything really) and as my focus goes deeper (usually takes about 10 seconds) i feel myself getting "sucked" into a vortex, and then i find myself floating in a black void. from here i can start makin the dream


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: astral cojones]
    #12859795 - 07/07/10 01:38 AM (3 years, 9 months ago)

Thanks guys for the suggestions. I have been researching both lucid dreaming and astral projection However I thought astral projection was a OBE and not part of dreaming at least most articles i read about astral projection is that people come out of there bodys and float around there house and such. I havent really dreamed any at all recently Or at least im not remembering the dreams ive heard its from smoking weed but even if i dont smoke weed in a week or so i still cant dream i dont know what happend i used to dream almost every night. But anyways i was looking on y outube and came across this video I was thinking of trying what this guy says but he sounds like he lost his mind.


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: Razzlesnaps]
    #12859837 - 07/07/10 01:51 AM (3 years, 9 months ago)

You're not dreaming because,

1. You smoke too much weed

2. You don't sleep long enough.


I get about 11 hours of sleep every night and I have dreams all the time.

Be aware that most dreaming occurs early morning (the ones you remember anyway).

The best time to attempt an astral projection is early morning after roughly 5-6 hours of sleep.


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: deXtrous]
    #12859849 - 07/07/10 01:56 AM (3 years, 9 months ago)

i astral project my issues on others all the time.


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Re: help me astral project! [Re: Frizzle]
    #12859900 - 07/07/10 02:10 AM (3 years, 9 months ago)

yeah for me the best time is right after about 4 hours of sleep. where i'm really really groggy and can barely move but still can grasp on to that slightest bit of consciousness before driftin back off into dream land


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