reply to post by rugger
The more practice you have, the longer you will be able to remain 'out'.
I have experienced OBE on accident before. I woke up around 3a with an urge for the restroom. I sat up on my bed, then stood up and walked toward the
bedroom door. Eyes still half closed and the room still dark, I reached for the doorknob. My hand missed the doorknob, so I tried reaching for it
again, this time looking at the handle. I was shocked at what I saw, my hand passing straight through the knob.
I didn't know what to think, sso I turned back to my bed and I saw someone laying down where I sleep. It didn't really look like me, but I realized
it was my body. That startled me a bit more, so I sat down on my bed and, as soon as my butt hit the mattress, I felt a powerful jolt. It felt as if I
had been hit in a rear-end collision.
In an instant I was back in my body, confused and slightly worried.
I have experienced SP throughout my life, but never connected SP with OBE. In fact, I didn't really know what an OBE was, I assumed they were also
called NDE, or Near Death Experiences.
I am sure almost everyone has experienced OBE at one time or another. Have you ever been lying in bed then hear the phone ring? You reach over, pick
up the phone and say 'Hello'. Just as you expect someone to say 'Hi', the phone rings again and you realize you are still asleep. This is an
Another example would be a similar scenario. You're lying in bed when you hear the alarm clock go off. You reach over and hit snooze, only to hear
the alarm continue. You realize you are dreaming/asleep. This is an OBE too, even though it is probably the weakest type of OBE.
After having the accidental OBE, I began to search for answers. I realized I had been having OBEs. I began studying more and more about them and
eventually trained myself to induce an OBE, under the right conditions.
If you are reaching the point where you have entered SP, but are having difficulty separating, or 'Getting Out', there is a good technique to help
you take the next step and achieve deparation.
While lying in bed, imagine a climbing rope anchored to your ceiling. As you reach the point where you are trying to separate, imagine yourself
grabbing the rope and climbing toward your ceiling. This allows you to, literally, climb out of your body.
It's a good technique and works very well if you are reaching the point of separation, but are being blocked from moving to the next level.
I hope you develop a technique and/or process that allows you to have OBE's all the time. I also hope you are fortunate enough to visit the Akashic
while having an OBE.