As we move along through that inner journey such experiences can surprise us. Outside any formal meditation, no crossed-legged straight-backed mindfulness, they appear unannounced like surprise guests at the door, gifts in hand. One of those gifts can be a mild OBE, where what I suspect is the mental body, flips away from the active physical, like household chores, errands and driving, and gives visions, like yourself engaged in the current activity, viewed from above or some vaguer beyond, where you know without question, that’s you over there absorbed in your purpose, playing out one of the roles in the game, doing your bit for family, career or society.
Our journeys through the mysteries of Being and our being within it can leave us quite mystified, somehow simultaneously inspired and baffled. It is sometimes quite the challenge to keep both feet on the ground while one’s head and heart are in the clouds. After visiting ‘there’, with all its charms and joys, coming back ‘here’ can feel drab and quite depressing. Is it all worth it?
Human consciousness is nothing but an intersection of energy planes that form a hologram able to travel through spacetime across the universe, and into the past, present, and future. I read about this idea in a CIA document about the US Army. When I was reading through the documents, I was certainly a bit surprised. According to the declassified CIA documents that I read…
At whatever pace gives us comfort and a sense of learning we are all moving along in our inner journeys. And whatever stage you find yourself present is of less importance than the act of doing the travel as consciously as possible. We all have our preferred methods of exploration, rituals we enact when the time is ripe and the urge is on us.
Lucid dreaming is easy to learn. It’s usually much easier to achieve than an Astral Projection. If you try a few different techniques for lucid dreaming, you will see results quickly because in the dream state we are much more psychically attuned.
This lucid dreaming book is beneficial not only for beginners, but also for those who already know what it feels like to have an out-of-body encounters or a lucid dream and have experience. This guidebook is devoted not only to entering the state, but also equally dedicated to controlling it. There is nothing difficult about lucid dreaming or out-of-body experiences. On average, results are reached in less than a week if attempts are made every day. More often than not, the techniques work in literally a couple of attempts