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Originally posted by Gokuma
ok its this simple stay up atleast until 3am or 4am. eat every hour on the hour (i once heard junk food causes nightmares, thats one way into a type of dream, right?) when entering sleep review ur day in ur mind, if u run out of that day review the day before. when entering this state of sleep u will be greeted by all black entities. they will try to harm u, do not be afraid because u can kick their asses and they only want to help u learn how to control this dream state and the fastest way to learn is through fear itself. if u are too afraid u will awaken, mad because you would not go through with it. dont fret, it will be very easy to fall instantly back to sleep. when u do remember u have all power over these weaklings. once they see you are not afraid and have full control they will rejoice with turning to beautiful beings of light. trust me and have a safe trip
Originally posted by Frank
In reality, you are never remote from your physical body at all. All you simply need to do is re-engage physical focus. The degree to which we perceive a place is proportional to our intensity of mental focus within it. So the mere act of closing your eyes to the experience, so to speak, will cause you to shift focus away from it. So there’s no need to think about “jumping back”. Merely think about bringing the physical into the foreground of your mental awareness again.
If you focus within the non-physical and, rather than exploring, stay put and gently feel (mentally) for your physical you’ll feel it in the background of your mental awareness. If you practice you’ll find you can switch focus from one to the other, i.e. you bring the physical into the foreground of your awareness and the non-physical switches to the background. But here you are not actually feeling like you are fully “in” the physical, like we are in our normal waking state. It merely comes into the foreground of your awareness. You may hear yourself snoring (if you snore that is) or hear your heart beating, or feel your bed covers, or even see your bedroom, then you’ll find you can focus away from that and focus on the non-physical again.
It’s as if you switch the two points of focus though 180 degrees. Like a kind of revolving door effect. That’s why Monroe, in his later work, thought about it as switching phase. Myself, I prefer to think of foreground and background and switching my mental focus rather than switching phase.