are the astral planes external locations or are they places in the brain?





do you think they are places that exist somewhere outside of us or are they dimensions within the mind ..that we are traveling through collective consciousness within us.


  1. Exactly. To paraphrase Robert Anton Wilson, gods bless his soul, It’s ALL in your Mind, most people just don’t realize how large their Mind is.

  2. They are external places but can be reached through your brain via meditation, altered states of consciousness and dreams.

  3. The astral plane and the physical plane are intertwined. If your aware of modern science, everything in the universe is vibrating energy at is most reduced state. The astral is simply a higher level of vibrational frequencies, yes it’s possible to raise your own frequency and visit the astral, nearly everyone does it while they sleep it’s called dreaming.

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