Astral Projection Techniques Top 3 Techniques I Use To Astral Project with Success http://bit.ly/AstralProjection Astral Projection Techniques • I first learnt about astral projection two years ago. It seemed a very interesting experience so I tried to find all the possible information about the subject, specially how I could astral project, which were the best astral projection techniques I could use. Astral Projection Techniques • After this two years of practicing astral projection I have five preferred techniques. Of course I don’t say this ones are the best astral travel techniques, there is a wide range of available ones that may be are better than the techniques I personally use, but I have obtained great results with them. I would recommend the following three. Astral Projection Techniques • 1. Rope Technique • This one is the first technique I used after reading a book from Robert Bruce, Mastering Astral Projection. It is a good way to start because it is one of the easiest techniques around. • You must imagine a Rope hanging from your ceiling. After that you must pull yourself up the rope, hand over hand, feeling vibrations start and then you will start to feel paralyzed. The key is to continue concentrated, climbing the rope. Then you will feel coming out of you body in the direction of the rope. • It was a great technique for my first experiences with astral projection because visualization is not necessary, you don’t need to visualize the rope, in fact, you should not try to visualize it because visualization wastes mental energy. A good way to achieve that is imaging you are climbing the rope in the dark. Astral Projection Techniques • 2. Monroe’s Technique • Robert Monroe’s technique consists of seven steps which I will try to summarize. • First Step: Monroe’s opinion is that relaxation should be the first step of an out of body experience. • Second Step: You should enter a state of near sleep. He does not recommend a particular method of achieving this but there are some popular methods. If you try to fall asleep with your forearm up. When you fall asleep, your arm will fail and you will wake up again. • Third Step: It is important in this step to go deeper into the state you finished step two, only looking at the blackness in front of you and entering a deeper state where you loose awareness of your body and all your senses. Astral Projection Techniques 2. Monroe’s Technique (cont) • Fourth Step: This is considered by Monroe the most important part. You should enter a state of vibration, • Fifth Step: In this step, you have to learn to control that vibrational state, making the vibrations flow throughout your entire body, and producing vibrational waves from head to foot. At this point you are ready to leave your body. • Sixth Step: This step consists on a partial separation of your body, beginning to explore the Out of Body Experience by releasing a hand or a foot of the “second body”. • Seventh step: In the last step, you achieve the complete separation, completely dissasociating from your body. Monroe suggests two methods, one is called the “lift out” and the other “roll-out” technique. Astral Projection Techniques • 3. Hammock Technique • This technique is one of my favorites because I like hammocks very much. You have to think yourself lying on a hammock between two palm trees, feeling the wind. Repeating this until you feel the vibrations will allow you to leave your body. Astral Projection Techniques • Astral Projection is an incredible experience and I continue reading about the topic, trying to learn as much as I can to have better experiences with new techniques in the future. But I am very satisfied with the techniques I mention in this article. • If you are starting with your out of body experiences, start with one of these three and will not regret. Astral Projection Techniques • http://bit.ly/AstralProjection
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