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By calling it instinct, they leave themselves room to have
a certain belief that undermines the envy. The duration of an Etheric
Projection may also be shorter as it is said to depend on the amount of etheric
matter channelled to the Astral Body by the chakras. we experience in our life – the wanted, the unwanted, the health,
the illness, the wealth, the poverty – is a reflection of our thoughts
and feelings.

Jacob Cruz
Jacob Cruz

No, lucid dreaming and sleep paralysis are two completely different things. Lucid dreaming is being able to control your dreams. You can facilitate lucid dreams by keeping a dream journal and writing in it after you have a dream. You can also ask yourself during the day time if you are dreaming and pinch yourself, you can also look at a clock several times a day. Sleep paralysis is when your mind wakes up before body. You are able to see around you but you can not move and speak. It lasts only a few second to a couple minutes.… Read more »

Mark A. Stevens
Mark A. Stevens

A definite YES to that question.

I’ve done it and know how to do it but it requires self-hypnosis which takes a lot a practise to achieve.

I can explain the technique if anyone is interested…

I must say that the experience is well worth the time and patience.

It’s a real trip because you decide what you want to happen next, lol.

Just a precision, though. The experience is physical and not visual.

Luke D
Luke D

yes if ur mind is still awake while ur body falls asleep u can bring ur conciousness with u into the dream world. i have done it a few times after i have woken up early in the morning, i just dont move or open my eyes at all then i drift back into the dream aware of wats happening, never done it when ive 1st gone to bed i imagine my mind is to sleepy at that time. but yes its true