posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 07:04 PM
Originally posted by grantbeed
thanks for the replies! how long long would it take for me to accept an oobe and not jump straight back?
i will try and find this 7.83hz. i got it off the web somewhere. will have a look when i get home from work.
it takes a long ass time bro, one month to a few months with daily practice MINIMUM, I think I know the answer to this too but it was kind of touched
nothing to do with oxygen, you got to a state so relaxed that you started to out-of-body-experience. When the mind leaves the body it sort of
"switches" your physical body on autopilot and this is where the jolt comes in, as the concious mind hands the bodily controls over to the
involuntary bodily systems. Unfortunatley this jolt interupted your journey to an OOBE.
I've been meditating for a while now on my journey to my first OOBE and have not got out yet, same reasons as you too - as your higher self detachs
from the body more and more you will start to become familiar with the physical sensations that accompany this detachment, like the jolt. Once you
get used to and start ignoring these feelings, and are able to maintain focus on deeper states of relaxation and getting out - you will finally be
able to. Don't let the physical distractions interupt you - and DON'T be afraid, this is the other big interuption people have that prevents them
from ever getting out. I promise you as you learn more you'll know that there's no reason to be afraid of an OOBE.
Also sitting/laying is really no matter - laying you are more likely to fall asleep but thats not bad at all. Most people don't realize that lucid
dreams = OOBE. A lucid dream IS an out-of-body, and just as valid as a goal of being able to accomplish a concious OOBE.
keep trucking you'll get there.
practice often and don't give up