By Deborah Sexton
How To Have an Out Of Body Experience or OBE
Before I had an out of body experience I didn't believe it was possible
I tried for one year before I gave up in despair
Two nights after I gave up..I had one. I could never deny the possibility again.
Have you Astral traveled? Have you experienced this unique feeling of total freedom? If you haven't you are really missing out on the ecstasy of being without the heaviness of your physical body
Thinking about an out of body experience tells your mind how important it is to you. This is your first step, simply wanting to have one.
Practicing shows your mind even more, how important it is to you
After you have experienced one the others are easier
Trying different techniques is helpful
1. Lift Out Of Your Body Exercise
At night lie down on your bed undisturbed
Think of your Astral body as a light body living inside and connected to your body yet separate.
Relax every muscle in your body
Now try to forget about the heavy physical body and see yourself as the Astral body
See yourself in your Astral body rising up, First by raising your Astral body's head..now the shoulders, the back etc. until you are completely standing
Feel yourself pick up your Astral body in the same manner you would your physical body
Do this several times before going off to sleep
2. Climbing Out Of Your Body
Taking the same undisturbed position on your bed and having relaxed all the muscles in your body..See your crown center open
Imagine your Astral body reaching out of your crown center and grabbing onto a rope that is hanging next to you. Slowly pull your self up and out of your body. Try about 3 times before drifting off to sleep
So it didn't happen? Don't worry keep trying.
Sometimes this works the same as when you are trying to think of a name The harder you try to remember the name, the more it escapes you. You give up and later the name comes to you
When you practice you are telling your spirit you want it to leave your body. When you are done the spirit takes over
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