One of the members of ATS asked me to make this thread. So.. here it is.
Many years ago I purchased a book named, "Windows of the Mind: Exploring the Christos Technique of Mind Travel".
I see that used books are available for $5.50 on the Internet, or possibly less if you shop around.
This particular book tells you how to Mind Travel or how to basically travel outside of your body during the day time hours. The only thing it
doesn't tell is how long to do it. The length of time varies from person to person. But first time people might take half an hour to an hour to go
through all of the steps; the trick is "don't rush the steps in the procedure, TAKE YOUR TIME".
The basic steps as I remember them were to have one person lie on his/her back and someone else rubs his/her forehead while someone else rubs his/her
feet, while one of them takes the person lying on his/her back through the different steps in order to Mind Travel, or to have an out of body
Its very strange how it works, but you will feel your feet and body growing when you first start off, and then you can go right up through the roof
with your mind and look around and see what is going on outside of your house, even though your body is still lying on the floor in your house. To
prove that it works, you will be able to tell people what really is going on outside, and they can go out and prove that you must be outside somewhere
with your mind, even though you are laying on the floor inside the house.
The CIA did many experiments with this technique many years ago, and probably still use this technique today at different times, for different
This technique works for many, many people who can't otherwise have out of body experiences. Experimenters must be calm, relaxed and in quiet
surroundings in order to concentrate on the different steps and in order to feel the steps working in order to Mind Travel.
Here are some brief excerpts from other books on the Christos Technique.
Or.. you can simply go to "Google Books" and search for: windows of the mind christos technique