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Originally posted by willrush
Many of you probably have more experience with astral projection than i do.. because i have not fully had a astral projection experience yet.. I am looking to see if anybody on here has and if so.. what are your thoughts about it?.. Would you say it is important to learn and experience?.. Is it safe?... or have you had any bad experience with it?
The closest i have gone with this is getting to a state where i am unable to move my body.. i have no control over it and i have a crazy weird feeling.. i assume that is a state where my soul is on the edge of leaving my body and so i a not in control of it. i have been in this state twice.. both without trying but both times it has kinda freaked me out and i had to fight myself to be able to move my body again...
Has anybody experienced something like this?..
I have looked astral projection up and watched videos and sounds very intersting!.. i have tried doing it again but i have not been able to.. but i am also curious to see what other peoples experiences are with it..
Peace and love!
Originally posted by lucid365
How to tell the difference between lucid dreaming and astral projection anyone?
I've had experiences where I wake up and I'm in sleep paralysis,I have a build up of energy in my stomach as if it's going to give way,this happens somes when I'm feeling week or sick with tiredness
also today is the first time I had a lucid dream in one year,a year ago when I opened my third eye I had a spat of lucid dreams,today in my lucid dream everything seemed distorted ,I noticed a snake bite on my wrist,for some reason I knew that was was dreaming and I visualised the punctures in my wrist vanishing,and they then vanished,it felt good I had control to change the wound that had been inflicted on me,I felt excitement and then woke up
Originally posted by prophetboy12
If you want to truly have an enlightening experience call (pray to the Ascended Masters for guidance. They will not lead astray.
If you look at some of the posts you can see that it is a freakish place and entities that are encountered are not your friends.
Pray, Fast, Meditate, Repent. Ask for guidance and be patient. It is all in God's time.
We call Inferior Astral the atmospheric layer that encircles Earth. In this layer are the spirits that, while incarnate, were wholly engulfed in materialistic emotions and belonged to all walks of life. Such emotions are not lacking in the Inferior Astral, which is also an environment pervaded with religious mysticism. Many of those who deceived their fellow men with promises of heaven and threats of hell are also present in the Inferior Astral. It is the paradise of all materialists and hedonists.
No spirit ever incarnates having in mind the Inferior Astral as a goal. It goes from the Inferior Astral to a spiritual world that corresponds to its level of evolution and only from such a spiritual plane will it incarnate. In the Inferior Astral the knowledge which spirits possess does not go beyond what they knew while on Earth. Those that were materialists cling still more to this idea because their environment does not favour a change of opinion. There they realize that neither devils nor saints, neither heaven nor hell exist, and they scorn those worshippers who are still benumbed under the influence of their beliefs.
The devout who were educated under the principle of fear, are at first intimidated when they enter the Inferior Astral, because they think about hell and the purgatory. Next, realizing that they have been deceived, they become disturbed, lose notion of their condition, and enter into a state of complete perplexity. Thus bewildered, they seek the churches, as if in search of a route or a guiding light, as a last resort. With the passage of time, they become familiar with the environment and establish relations with other disincarnate souls in the same plight. It is with no small disillusionment that they see the daydreams built into their minds with the plentiful, suggestive material of religious mysticism vanish into smoke. Still, so addicted are they to saints and gods, and so deeply rooted is their fear of punishment, that not even in that state of spiritual-awareness are they able to make their atrophied reasoning work to liberate themselves and derive the consequent benefits.