posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 10:00 AM
reply to post by Morgenstern89
Good advice with the binaural beats. They supposedly work for a lot of people. The only problem is that one will still run into the challenge of
having to relax while listening to the audio, which the OP finds difficult. I have used them before, and while there were some interesting effects, it
never resulted in anything. Nothing strong enough to induce sleep paralysis. What beats do you personally use, himalayanhermit?
Yes, I agree to what you say, Morgenstern89. I have not really used Binaural Beats for Astral Projection per-se. But only used it few times in the
office to work on something complex and they did work. Other than that, I experiment with them sometimes while sleeping, etc. There are a few apps in
the apple marketplace that I use on iPod.
To get to Astral Projection state, Theta State is advised to be the perfect one and you can easily find beats to induce that. Binaural Beats are
scientifically proven to make an impact on your brain, but I would not rely on it for everything. An external aid is just an aid, and it all comes
down to your will-power, control over mind and meditative state. Here is a good thread on Astral Projection:
For best results, I would advise that you experiment with beats, if interested to see what results you get, but the ultimate tool is your mind's
power to relax and let go. Few days ago, I had a straight 40 minute still-body and silent meditation that gave good results, although I abandoned it
for some reason. Hoping to get more replies from people here