reply to post by happinness
No problem at all, my advice is always there if you need it.
As for the negative experiences you have had in the past, I have had them too. Very bad ones, nighmareish in the worst ways yet thats exactly what
they were. Although, some were so real I actually wake up questioning the reality of the situation. Everyone has these things and its only natural to
But! I promise you once you get a hold on the basics of astral projection you will be the master of your own reality - in a dream sense that is. You
will find you have more control, awareness, and lucidity during dreams which allow YOU to control the situation.
I had a dream not too long ago where I was attacked by an impish creature. Small, annoying little bugger wanted to hang on my back. Needless to say,
with my past experience in my dreams and being able to take control of a situation, thats exactly what I did. I grabbed ahold of whatever it was and
almost "shocked" it persay with my energy. I have not had anything of the sort happen since and it was the first time I have ever confronted a
negative entity in a dream and pretty much said I'm not taking your crap any more. What a liberating feeling that is.
Astral projection is such a valuble tool in so many ways its almost unbeleivable that more people in the world are not begging to learn how to do it.
If I told someone that when I go to sleep, I wake up in a new world where I can fly, throw fire, lift cars with my mind, and literally indulge in any
fantasy life can offer - more real then you could ever imagine - within this state. Also, the beauty of some of the things I have seen is
unexplainable. The crystalline air, shimmering as it floats freely through the astral world was probably the most beautiful sight I have seen. It
would be akin to thousands of tiny prisms all shimmering, everywhere. Flying is by far the most liberating and fun experience as you could guess, and
I can almost say I am addicted to astral projection. I love the astral as much as I love our own reality. And when you being astral projecting and
realising the absolute realness of the experiences, you start to really see the possibility for alternate realms of existance, planes, and so on.
Overcoming the fear your first time is the #1 hurdle anyone ever has. It is such an intense fear, yet when you "break through" so to speak, you
laugh at the idea that you were ever afraid. I STILL get anxious right before seperation, but thats just me probably and there is absolutely no reason
that I should.
Keep up the practice, and best to try early morning after waking up. Get out of bed, walk around, maybe grab a glass of water, then go back to sleep
and tell yourself you are going to try to astrally project. Or, if you are having a lot of trouble with that, just try to start remembering your
dreams and being able to know when your dreaming. Practice reality checks throughout the day, asking yourself if your dreaming, and if you do it
enough and make it a regular thing, eventually in a dream you will find yourself ask the question. It would be like flipping on a light switch, the
realization that you are dreaming is such a sudden and exciting experience that I really hope you are able to embrace.
Good luck and best wishes to you!