• From my own experience, it works but it is more like a lucid dream than what others have described it to be (such as remote viewing).

    It took a lot of practice, but this is what I did.

    1. Sequence your breathing around your heart beat. I would inhale for four heart beats, exhale for four heart beats.
    2. Clear your mind of any thoughts or inner dialogue. If you find yourself drifting off to a thought, concentrate on your breathing. Try to will your heart beat to slow down.
    3. While doing this, imagine yourself being lighter. Also try to imagine yourself becoming bigger or smaller.
    4. After a while, you will feel paralyzed. Slight vibrations will occur all over your body. Start to imagine yourself spinning around in circles.
    5. Continue to imagine yourself becoming lighter, Imagine yourself floating.

    It takes a lot of practice, and can get very frustrating. Often you might doze off, but keep with it. Eventually you will start to get the hang of it.

  • Not, it’s not real.
    It’s entirely in the imagination of the projectee. Nothing actually goes anywhere.


  • Yes it is, and yes I have. And yes, people who are really good at it can “see” things in another room (or another city) and correctly describe it.

  • Mainstream science dismisses astral projection out of hand as being impossible according to the laws of physics as they are currently understood. It is relegated instead to flights of imagination, dreams, or hallucinations.

  • It does not.
    It is wholly imaginary.
    If it was real, then those that claim they can do it, would easily be able to look into places where no one else can go, and report what they saw. Yet despite many years of testing, this has never happened.

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