Heres a few tips for getting out.. focus on making that vibration more intense, you'll figure it out, I don't need to explain, it will just come
naturally. I find if I raise the intensity its like more power. Some people say to try and move your toes or legs out first.. I would say this is
probably good, just to get a feel for the seperation and knowing that you can seperate and thats theres nothing to be freaked out about. They say the
head is the hardest to break free from and I tend to agree. I feel like I gotta use all my willpower to tear myself away from it, its a pretty cool
Some people might succeed with an even more subtle approach... by just walking or floating out casually or thinking about being somewhere and going
That morning where I got out 5 times, i just kept going back to my body and just getting out without any effort really.
Another thing I might suggest, it hasn't worked for me but it looks like it has promise.. when you go to bed at night, lay on your back perfectly
still and dont move... just focus on that feeling of being... like that feeling that your diluted in an ocean, like you're free and everywhere, I
find this helps keep my attention away from the body.. at the same time I might feel certain areas and say to myself "paralyze, paralyze, sleep
paralysis".. I did this last night and today after work, i got myself paralyzed to the point it was difficult to move but it was interesting because
I was still fully awake, at this point it would be good if you were tired enough to drift off!
Ok.. but, why is getting out easier in the morning for most people?
When you wake up, especially from a dream, your in that groggy state where you dont really know where you are, and you might even feel the pressure in
your pineal gland, and like images and after-dreams kind of still going in your head.. when you've been sleeping long enough to get the dreams its
like your adapted to that frequency or zone.. if you can wake up in the middle of a dream like to take a piss or whatever and go back to bed, you
have a good chance in my oppinion, as you drift off, focus on the thoughts popping up and tell yourself dream, dream, dream...sooner or later those
thoughts might turn into a reality and you'll find yourself lucid.... OR..as you drift off tell yourself "i want sleep paralysis, I want to astral
project"... it works! But don't worry if it doesn't work at first, everyone has their own way too. I was under the impression at one point that
it was something I probably could never do. I started doing it maybe..april of this year and i've done it about 10 times since, including this
It would also help to read up on lucid dreaming, and try stuff like keeping a dream diary to use for dream signs or just to record what happened for
future reference before it fades from your conscious awareness. I just go to the computer right away and start typing in this .txt file.
Meditation deffinately helps, anything that gets your pineal gland going really.. try meditating and creating a scene in your mind, it doesnt have to
be perfect, just try and create a scene and explore it and feel it, to the point where you might even feel some stress or relaxing feeling there. I
find i'm more likely to remember dreams if I do visualisation meditations or any meditation really.
It also helps to get your awareness up so you could dream and realise its a dream and go lucid.. this is another way to "get out".. you could just
explore the lucid dream but if you really wanted to go the other yet similar route.. from a lucid dream you can say "sleep paralysis" and pretty
much just go straight to it.
I had a dream not too long ago where something was being filled with air and it popped and it caused my ears to ring, but in my mind i associated the
ring with astral projection and so I woke up to sleep paralysis. I was on my stomach though, now I understand why they say its best to do it on your
back, it seems kind of like limited thinking to me though but getting out on your back is just easier..
Well I hope any of that helped, if it happened to you once and your serious about trying to do it again, it will come, EVENTUALLY.. and then it will
become more frequent, and you'll have fun.. but more then that, it will change your life.
I never knew what they meant when they said the physical reality is so dense until my second astral projection.. out there it was like I had a
different state of mind and was light as a feather, when i woke up it hit me like a tonne of bricks, it was like each cell in my body weighed 100
times more, and even my mind felt weighed down in a way, restricted and centered on the SELF. Hard to explain, but it changed the way I viewed my