1. What would you recommend for a person to do if they want to be less afraid of doing Astral Projection? I heard that Astral Projection won't work if
the person is somewhat afraid/doubtful of it.
To be honest, you do have to get over your fears. If you keep getting afraid before the point of separation you will end the experience and have to
try again some other time. One example of this is that when people get the sensation of falling they tend to jerk their body. This is something you
need to overcome, and just go with it. If you were to let the falling feeling continue, you will, after a few seconds usually, separate from your
physical body. I have used this method countless times, although my preferred method is to roll out of my body as if i was turning over in bed.
2. Have you astral projected to other planets where aliens and other human beings live? Please describe your experiences if you did.
Sadly I have not made it off this planet, although I haven't really tried too many times.
3. Sometimes people report that they "fell in their sleep" or "body jerked and they woke up". Is this the astral body returning back to the physical
Exactly. I think I answered this pretty well though in your first question. If not just let me know.
4. Have you ever saw any aliens or any non-human beings on the Astral Plane?
Since all of my astral experiences are on this planet, I have only had contact with human looking beings. Although, for this questions sake, the next
time I project I will definitely see if I can get some non-human contact. I am usually able to "summon" (if thats the right word) the people I wish to
talk to. Although none in the past have been other-worldly.
Edit: I wanted to add, I have had contact with aliens and other worldly beings and have been able to communicate with them, BUT the difference is that
Im not 100% sure if it was a lucid dream or astral projection. Although many classify them as one in the same, but I just wanted to make that clear.
From a pure astral projection stand point, I dont remember any contact with anything other then normal humans. But, from a lucid dreaming stand point,
and those who look at lucid dreaming as just a sleep induced astral projection - then you could possibly say the answer to the question would be Yes.
A bit confusing but I was looking through some of my older posts and they reminded me of some experiences I've had.
5. Is it possible "to fall in love" with another person on the Astral Plane?
Well, its definitely possible to have sex if thats what you are asking. The feelings are EXACTLY the same. And also, while this isnt your question, I
will say that it is definitely possible to fall in love with the astral world itself.
6. Does the Astral Plane feel as "physical" and the "real" world?
Yes and no. It almost feels like you are underwater sometimes, but it doesnt restrict your movements the way water would. It just gives you that
general feeling. I think its just you noticing the difference between the physical and astral worlds. I am able to walk through walls, doors, houses,
fly, and anything else you can imagine as well - so in that area its quite different, but the physical world itself looks the same most of the time
from a visual standpoint. Although, sometimes there are very slight differences that are a bit quirky.
7. How often do you Astral Project?
This number for me varies quite a lot since I dont really have a "method" for projecting. I tend to get sleep paralysis quite naturally for some
reason, and quite often at times - which allows me to use that to roll out of my physical body and continue on in the astral world. This can happen
anywhere from multiple times a night, to sadly just multiple times a month. I prefer it to be more frequent, since I absolutely love the astral
8. How long can a person stay Astral Projected at most or is there no limit to how long Astral Projection lasts?
For me, I'd say it "seems" that I am in the astral world for about ten to fifteen minutes on average. A lot of this has to do with the fact that
ninety-nine percent of my projections are in the early morning - and then when the dogs start barking or people wake up the noises tend to end my
experience a bit early. Which I then promptly fall right back into it most of the time. Its funny though. Its almost like, If I project once and get
woken up, I can hop right back into the astral world no problem. I wish it was that easy all the time.
edit on 3/6/2011 by deadline527 because: spelling and
edit on 3/6/2011 by deadline527 because: (no reason given)