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how to stop the fear of vibrations and sounds during astral projection?

i regularly experience astral projection and think it is something scary or like being paralyized..i think about sacry stuff and happen during this…i new recently its very normal and since i experience this regularly i think i can do it …but how i overcome the fear when i feel vibrations and scary sounds??


  • When I feel what I think is an astral projection it begins with a falling feeling and then a loud sound kinda like when you yawn.
    The sound gets louder and louder and the falling or pulling feeling gets stronger. Now I used to be afraid of this and try to wake up and was paralyzed I could maybe move a finger tip and make a small sound if I tried very hard. I finally stopped being scared of this and rode it out a couple times and after all of the noise and falling is silence complete silence and I seen myself lying in my bed and I was at the foot of the bed. I then tried to make a move and I woke up again paralyzed for a short time.

    Now I also seen 111 or 1111 all of the time …. I mean all of the time for like 10+ years. Now up until about 2 years ago this has stopped along with the astral projections which I also have had for 10+ years. . . .

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  • This is apparently a common occurrence.

    When I first started meditating regularly, I would sometimes wake up from sleeping, paralyzed and experiencing a strong vibration and loud buzzing. It was very frightening. When I read in a book that it was a prelude to astral travel, I decided to stop fighting it and see what happened next. The next time I encountered it, I yielded to the sensations, which quickly faded (took about 2 seconds) and woke up. Not exactly astral travel.

    When this type of experience happens during falling asleep, during sleep, or during waking, psychologists called it a hynogogic hallucination (while falling asleep) or hypnopompic hallucination (while waking). It is not considered a paranormal activity, but just a normal variation on falling asleep or waking up.

  • Fear is your friend. It is a functionality God built into us to help us notice that something we’re doing is dangerous. Overcome it, and soon you’ll be doing even more dangerous things.

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