Sunday, September 26, 2021

What does Islam have to say about Astral Projection?



  1. Astral Projection could be mentioned in Islam !i
    Also check out a book by Prof Dr Mohammed Tahir Ul Qadri called “Spiritualism,” he talks about Astral Projection and Islam in his book.
    The prophet Muhammad (may peace be upon him) one night it is said that he was taken by angels from MECCA to JERUSALEM (floating), and then up to the highest heaven where he met other prophets and spoke to God himself.
    Nobody saw his physical body float, and his wife said he never left his bed.
    So my conclusion is, he was taken by his spirit guide or “angels” to a high level of the non psyical worlds, where he met the spirits of other prophets in a so called paradise realm. This sounds like astral projection to me.
    The other mention of astral projection in the Quran (that i know about) is this:
    It is Allah that takes the souls (of men) at death; and those that did not die, during their sleep: those on whom He has passed the decree of death, He keeps back, but the rest He sends (to their bodies) for a term appointed. Verily in this are Signs for those who reflect.
    [Holy Quran 39:42]
    So according to the Quran, servants of Allah (God) takes your soul out of your body while you sleep, and when you die.
    Many astral projectors also make this claim that we leave our body during deep sleep where our soul can roam freely with no limitations.
    This also proves that our bodys can live and work perfectly without a human (creative, God-like soul).
    Which means evolution still makes sense combined with Quranic version of events.


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