Astral Projection – How To Astral Project
You guys are about to have your first astral projection, and I’m going to explain how. Astral projection, the art of consciously leaving the body and floating around outside of it, exploring the world, exploring your room, seeing what others are doing. It’s up to you whether you want to believe that you’re actually leaving your body, or whether it’s something that happens in your consciousness, kind of like dreaming. Either way, it’s a fascinating experience and it’s quite unique to the dream experience, it’s different from lucid dreaming, it’s different from regular dreams.
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It’s something very unique and very special. So in this quick video, I’m going to show you guys how you can do it for yourself. Now I see a lot of people giving guides on astral projection where they’ve got a lot of experience and so they kind of don’t go into the things that beginners really need to focus on when doing this, and I’m going to show you guys what helped me as a beginner, get past all of that effort of trying and trying and not getting anywhere. So first of all, you want to get yourself into an REM stage. You can astral project without being in an REM stage, but it makes it much easier if you are in one, and since astral projection is quite hard to do for a beginner, I suggest doing this. Otherwise you’re just going to shoot yourself in the foot before you get started. So, to get in an REM period, you want to go to sleep, and set an alarm to wake you up in 6 hours. Then, when that alarm wakes you, get up, for a few minutes, and then you’re ready to astral project.
Now, step two, you need to lay back down, close your eyes, and tell yourself mentally “I am going to be aware, and awake, mentally, as my body falls asleep.” Say that to yourself, you can reword it if you don’t like the way that I worded it. You can say something else like “I’m going to notice my body falling asleep”, or something like that. The idea is you want your mind to stay alert while your body falls asleep, so you have to tell it to do that. It will listen to you if you tell it, but you have to tell it in some way, that your mind is going to stay awake, while your body falls asleep. Step three, now you have to go to sleep. Yep, that’s the bit that confuses everyone. People tell you to get into sleep paralysis, get into “Mind awake, body asleep”, but people assume that you just have to lay there and try and be really still, or you have to force yourself into it.
No, the best way to do it for a beginner, is just to go to sleep while setting the intention that you’re going to notice your body falling asleep. When you do this you’ll quickly find that suddenly you’re in sleep paralysis, even though you tried to go to sleep. Once you’re in sleep paralysis, comes step four, the rope technique. At this point you imagine yourself climbing a rope up out of your body.
Just imagine the feeling in your hands as you’re grabbing the rope and rising up, and up, and up, as if you were climbing up a long rope. If it’s not easy for you to imagine a rope because you haven’t climbed one before or you haven’t climbed one recently, then imagine climbing a ladder instead. Just imagine that your hands are grabbing onto the rungs and the feeling of pulling yourself up. Another thing you can do if that doesn’t work is imagine yourself swinging back and forward on a set of swings and your whole body rocking.
Now as you imagine this sensation of motion, you don’t have to see it, you don’t have to hear it, you don’t have to do anything other than feel the sensation of motion. As this happens, just keep doing it for a while, and you’ll start to feel the vibrations. This is the next stage, you start to feel these electric zaps coming down through your skull, through your spine. For some people it’s quite pleasant, for others like myself it’s not too pleasant, but it’s not really bad, it’s just really quite uncomfortable and weird. At this point you want to keep doing the method, you want to keep doing the rope method, or the ladder method, or the swing method and just keep repeating that and you’ll find that the vibrations get stronger and stronger.
At this point they’re suddenly going to catapult you out of your body. Now you’re out. Final step, get as far away from your body as you can. Some people find once they leave their body, they get sucked back into it if they stay around it for too long, or they can’t see properly, or they don’t have enough energy. Getting away from your body seems to fix this for some reason, so just go outside, float through the wall outside, or you know, go downstairs, or go somewhere.
So, that’s it. That’s all you need to do. So try this tonight, you know, get your six hours sleep, get up, go back to bed, set your intention to stay mentally alert while your body falls asleep. Let that happen, do the rope technique, continue it through the vibrations until they catapult you out of your body. Then get as far away from your body as you can. So that’s been all for this quick 5 minute video on how you can astral project for the first time. I hope you liked it, I hope you’re astral projecting tonight, or soon.
If you have any comments or questions, leave them in the comments below, and let me know about your first time astral projection experiences, or perhaps if it’s not working for you, let me know which part of the method you struggle with or maybe some methods that work for you. I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. Last but not least, remember to hit subscribe so you can be up to date with all our regular video uploads, and be a part of our community, where we help you make your dreams become a reality…