How to Astral Project
in 6 easy steps

Hi, I’m James – this page covers the 6 steps I use to achieve Astral projection and what you’ll need if you want to give it a try.

A free downloadable How to Astral project in 6 easy steps eBook and How to Astral project in 6 easy steps guided audios.

Hi, I’m James – I have had hundreds of Lucid dreams since learning how to Astral project back in 2013 and a handful of Astral projections. I’ve discovered by learning how to Relax the body, Move energy, Clear the mind, Raise energy and Enter the trance state; my energy body becomes more active. I theorise that then while I sleep, my stimulated energy body connects my conscious mind with my subconscious mind giving me access to Lucid dreaming – Now I understand that’s a lot to take in – and purely a theory on my part.

What do you need to achieve regular Astral projections?

A quiet break from your day, close your eyes and follow these easy steps to Relax your body, Clear your mind, move and Raise energy, enter the trance state and trigger the Astral projection reflex. After completing these steps. If you were unsuccessful with an Astral projection from a conscious state there is a strong possibility that you will naturally have a Lucid dream when you go to sleep due to the meditation you had been doing to achieve Astral projection. This Lucid dream platform will give you an additional attempt to achieve an Astral projection as your body is already asleep (trance) and you are fully conscious within the dream environment. Stating your intent within the dream to be taken near your actually body and falling back in your dream closing and opening your dream eyes could move you to an out of body state.

When is the best time to carry out these Astral projection steps?

There may be benefits to carrying out these Astral projection steps just before you go to bed as it is often said that what is on your mind before you go to sleep can influence your dreams. This may or may not be accurate. I generally practice these steps in the evening before bed. I have also practised early in the morning and the occasional lunchtime.

How long should you spend practicing Astral projection?

I’ve have had weeks of doing at least an hour a night and also, times where a few days have passed and I haven’t undertaken any Astral projection practice. I would suggest these steps suit anybody enthusiastic about how to have an Astral projection—catering for individuals who can’t always commit to practice every night.

Stimulating your energy body is like charging a battery. If you do a lot of practice, then you will have a lot of charge. The process of achieving trance and then triggering the Astral projection reflex will be easier and any Lucid dreams you encounter when you sleep will be incredibly vivid, and the level of control you have over the Lucid dream will be extraordinary. Perfect for using as an Astral projection platform should you so wish.

The Astral projection steps (Overview)

  1. Relax your body – Progressive muscle relaxation / (Optional) Deep breathing exercises
  2. Clear your mind – Clear your mind
  3. Move energy – Body scan meditation
  4. Raise energy – Raise energy
  5. Achieve a trance state – Elevator / (Optional) Steps
  6. Trigger the Astral projection reflex – Bounce / Balloon / Rope / Out

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How to Astral project in 6 easy steps

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Step 1 – Relax your body - Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR)

Find a comfortable position and close your eyes. Pick any position you like not too comfortable as we don’t want you nodding off at this point. If you are prone to be tired all the time due to the demands of modern life, then firstly I hear you. Secondly, if at all possible, try to get some more sleep.

The purpose of these 5 Lucid dreams steps is to influence your sleep, not induce it. A quick way to stop yourself from falling asleep during these Lucid dreams steps is to introduce discomfort.

For example, if sitting keep your head in its natural balanced position throughout and not supported. This way, every time you start to fall asleep you will be naturally woken up by the movement of your head. Be careful of course not to hurt your neck.
If you prefer laying down then another technique is to raise your forearms. If you start to drift off to sleep then your arms will fall hopefully waking you up.

When your comfortable but not too comfortable. Close your eyes and tense and release all areas of your body. Remove tension from your joints and muscles, breath in (tense) and breath out (release) focusing on feeling relaxed.

For example, start at your feet, breath in and tense your feet. Hold the tension for five seconds and then breath out and release the tension.

Then do your calves, knees, thighs and all other areas of your body. Remember to finish with a couple of big full body stretches to make sure you have released as much tension as you can.

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The (PMR-105) collection includes 6 x individual guided audios (PMR-5, PMR-10, PMR-15, PMR-20, PMR-25, PMR-30) totalling 105 mins of guided Progressive Muscle Relaxation. The PMR-105 collection allows you to experiment with various durations of Progressive muscle relaxation. PMR-5 is 5-minute audio quickly covering the basics of Progressive muscle relaxation. Whereby PMR-30 is a 30-minute guided audio covering Progressive muscle relaxation in more depth. PMR-10, PMR-15, PMR-20, PMR-25 cover the core elements of Progressive muscle relaxation in increasing levels of detail.

Benefits

The practice of concentrating on specific parts of the body and focusing on removing tension in that area can be a great way of identifying and reducing stress and anxiety in the body. Muscle pain, tension and stiffness are some of the most common symptoms brought on by stress and anxiety. Progressive muscle relaxation can activate the relaxation response lowering heart rate, calming the mind and reducing muscle tension.

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative and Autogenic training.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio meditation while you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Deep breathing exercises - (optional)

Deep breathing exercises consist of setting some time aside to concentrate on your breathing. With eyes open or closed, you carry out a variety of tasks helping you fill and empty your lungs, clear the mind and calm the soul.

Benefits

Deep breathing exercises can help manage stress and anxiety levels, lower blood pressure, slow heart rate, clean lungs, improve energy levels and help alleviate insomnia. Deep breathing exercises combined with techniques like Autogenic training and guided Visualisation, can calm and help clear the mind. On the whole Deep breathing exercises can make you healthier by reducing your stress and anxiety levels. Tackle insomnia.
Improve energy levels and strengthen and increase lung capacity.

Deep breathing can improve your energy levels

Lots of people fail to breathe deeply when they feel tense. Using weaker surrounding muscles that don’t fill the lungs to their full capacity. Shallow breathing stops the body from getting enough oxygen. The general principle of correct breathing is to make it deeper, slower, quieter and more regular. This action forces more oxygen into your cells which in turn slows your heart rate, lowers your blood pressure and improves blood circulation, providing you with more energy.

Deep breathing helps to clean your lungs

Polluted airborne particles can infiltrate the lungs contributing to sickness. These foreign particles enter the lungs irritating the sensitive tissues. Deep breathing forces oxygen into even the deepest parts of your lungs. This action breaks up any foreign particles and residue that may have been lurking. A regular deep breathing exercise routine can help clean your lungs, stopping external alien particles from building up in your lungs and further preventing you from getting sick as often as you usually might. Deep breathing exercises can also help improve lung capacity and performance.

Deep breathing reduces stress and anxiety

Millions of people across the world suffer from stress and anxiety daily. Bad, short, shallow breathing habits trigger the mind to feel like it’s in danger. It’s part of the fight or flight instinct of all living creatures. Deep breathing means the body is relaxed, and there is no need to run. This process can put you at ease and reduce the amount of stress or anxiety a person feels. Deep breathing instructs the nervous system to calm down. Deep breathing exercises offer many health benefits. They are simple to perform anywhere that you can concentrate. Regular deep breathing exercises reduce stress and anxiety within a short time of undertaking Deep breathing exercises; you should notice positive changes in your physical and mental health.

Deep breathing exercises for sleep and fighting Insomnia

The body completes millions of tasks on your behalf. Getting a good nights sleep gives your body uninterrupted time to make you the healthiest it can. Humans on average if living to the ripe old age of 75 would have slept for 25 years of their lives. If you have trouble sleeping then undertaking Deep breathing exercises before bed should help you achieve a good night’s sleep. Deep breathing slows your heart rate and lowers your blood pressure. The Deep breathing exercise technique that I would like to share includes the use of Autogenic training, Breath counting and Visualisation techniques.

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This collection of 6 x guided audios is excellent for experimenting with various durations of Meditation. The short 5-minute audio quickly covers the basics of Deep breathing exercises. The 30-minute audio covers the practice in more depth. The other included audios varying from 10 – 25 minutes cover the core elements.

Benefits

Research suggests carrying out Deep breathing exercises can help manage stress and anxiety levels. Lower blood pressure. Slow heart rate. Clean lungs and improve energy levels and help alleviate insomnia. Deep breathing exercises combined with techniques like Autogenic training and guided Visualisation, can calm and help Clear the mind.

On the whole Deep breathing exercises can make you healthier by reducing your stress and anxiety levels. Tackling insomnia, improving energy levels and strengthening and increasing lung capacity. Read more…

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative. Autogenic training and Binaural beats background music to help relax your body and take your brainwaves down to states associated with Meditation.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio Meditation while you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Step 2 - Clear your mind

It’s common sense to proclaim that clearing your mind of distracting thoughts can be a great way to concentrate. This is, of course, easier said than done. Clearing your mind can enhance your health and creativity, decluttering the path to achieving your goals.

If you have trouble clearing your mind, then you are certainly not alone. A quick test is to sit quietly, close your eyes and think of nothing. If you can do this for a few minutes, then you will find these 5 Lucid dream steps a breeze. If pestering thoughts keep popping back into your mind, then you’re going to need some help.

We all suffer from stress in our lives at different times. We can blame modern living, transport, people amongst an infinite set of variables. Many people dwell on factors that cause stress in moments of downtime. This downtime is then used thinking of ways to solve issues. Sometimes just making yourself angry without being able to formulate a plan to solve the problems.

Rumination

Rumination is the focus on negative events in the past or future. This creates stress for yourself in the present. Triggering the stress response and starving you of the joy of the moment. Rumination can make you tired and irritable. You may develop headaches, body tension, and overall bad temperament. Clearing your mind can stop ruminating.

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This collection includes 6 x individual guided audios (CYM-5, CYM-10, CYM-15, CYM-20, CYM-25, CYM-30) totalling 105 mins of guided Clear your mind meditation. The CYM-105 collection is designed for you to experiment with various durations of Clearing your mind. CYM-5 is a 5-minute audio quickly covering the basics of Clearing your mind. Whereas CYM-30 is a 30-minute guided audio covering Clearing your mind in more depth.CYM-10, CYM-15, CYM-20, CYM-25 cover the core elements of Clearing your mind in increasing levels of detail.

We all suffer from stress in our lives at different times. We can blame modern living, transport, people amongst an infinite set of variables. Many people dwell on factors that cause stress in moments of downtime. This downtime is then used thinking of ways to solve issues. Sometimes just making yourself angry without being able to formulate a plan to solve the problems.

Rumination

Rumination is the focus on negative events in the past or future. This creates stress for yourself in the present. Triggering the stress response and starving you of the joy of the moment. Rumination can make you tired and irritable. You may develop headaches, body tension, and overall bad temperament. Clearing your mind can help stop ruminating.

Step 3 – Move energy (Body Scan Meditation)

Focus your awareness on different parts of your body. For example inside your left or right foot or indeed both feet at the same time. Put your complete awareness inside your feet. Imagine you’re feeling inside your ankles and toes. Gently tickling them or rubbing them or squeezing them with imaginary hands.

Do whatever it takes to start to make your feet begin to throb or tingle or buzz.
Other ideas include imagining warm sponges going through your feet or warm bandages being wrapped around your feet.
It doesn’t matter too much what you are imagining. The important part is focusing on a particular area of your body in order to stimulate the energy there. Then when you’re ready, move onto the next part of your body.

I imagine white energy balls initially in my feet. Humming, crackling and shooting energy into my toes. Then moving up my legs to my hips and then around other parts of my body. With a bit of practice in moving your awareness around your body. Before long, you will feel some powerful energy movements.

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This collection includes 6 x individual guided audios (BSM-5, BSM-10, BSM-15, BSM-20, BSM-25, BSM-30) totalling 105 mins of guided Body Scan Meditation. The BSM-105 collection is designed for you to experiment with various durations of Body Scan Meditation. BSM-5 is a 5-minute audio quickly covering the basics of Body Scan Meditation. Whereas BSM-30 is a 30-minute guided audio covering Body Scan Meditation in more depth. BSM-10, BSM-15, BSM-20, BSM-25 cover the core elements of Body Scan Meditation in increasing levels of detail.

Benefits

This guided audio can help reduce stress, hypertension, alleviate anxiety, lower blood pressure and clear your mind. Body scan meditation is also a great precursor to sleep, as the practice of identifying and working with physical or emotional issues before sleep is a great way of programming the body to prioritize your desire to sleep above other issues that are causing you insomnia

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative and Autogenic training.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio meditation while you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Step 4 – Raising Energy

In my experience, raising energy does not mean that you are going to have more energy. Please do not forgo sleep or food or anything else that will directly impact your energy levels. In the context of this meditation, you imagine white energy balls or any other method you desire. You breathe in and send energy up from your feet, through your body to the top of your head. On the out-breath, you imagine the energy coming down through your body back down to your feet. Bounce the energy up and down your body. Fast, slow and somewhere in the middle.

When you’re doing this right, you will find the energy start moving up and down on its own. Remember your breathing—breath in on the up and out on the down. When you have achieved a steady rhythm firstly enjoy the peculiar sensations. Then when you’re ready. On the down cycle, send the energy into your sub navel storage centre, which is just below your belly button—this area stores extra energy. You’re going to need this extra energy to give to your energy body. This stored energy can then be used to hopefully wake you up in your sleep. Giving you access to Lucid dreams.

Using these techniques, try storing energy in other parts of your body. From the research, I have carried out. Sending energy to your chakras is good practice. I sent a lot of energy to my Brow Chakra once. I was then in awe of a camera type flash that I saw in my mind’s eye. It surprised me, and I was pleased when I researched this phenomenon. A popular belief was I had overstimulated my brow chakra. It had released the extra energy as an explosion of white light. It was something that I was excited to tell people about.

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This collection can produce some strange feelings in the body and camera type flashing in the mind’s eyes. Why or if it contributes to regular lucid dreaming or Astral projections is still up for debate. Raising energy has been part of my meditation process whilst attempting to Astral project and I personally think it has contributed to achieving the abundance of Lucid dreams I’ve had.

This meditation uses Visualization. You imagine energy balls, buzzing and crackling with energy. Moving up and down your body. On the in-breath, the energy balls move up from your toes, up to the top of your head. Then on the out-breath, the energy balls are sent back down to your toes. This meditation helps you relax and focus on the process of moving energy around your body.

In my experience, this meditation produces strange sensations in the body and camera type flashes in the mind’s eye. I’ve used this meditation frequently and it seems to coincide with the abundance of Lucid dreams I have had. This meditation is similar to Body Scan meditation. However, the speed at which you visit each part of your body is accelerated into a rhythm up and down your body.

The theory behind the practice is Raising energy helps further relax the body removing tension in joints and muscles and stimulates your energy body. This energy stimulation helps relax the tension in your body preparing you for the trance state, which is a step closer to Astral Projection. I believe this stimulation in the energy body can also arouse you when you sleep, somehow giving you access to Lucid Dreams.

This collection of 6 x guided audios is excellent for experimenting with various durations of Meditation. The short 5-minute audio quickly covers the basics of Raising energy exercises. The 30-minute audio covers the practice in more depth. The other included files varying from 10 – 25 minutes covering the core elements.

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative and Autogenic training.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio meditation whilst you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Step 5 - Achieve a trance state (Elevator)

This meditation uses Visualisation to immerse you in a fictitious environment high up on top of an impossibly tall building. From there you descend down in a glass elevator to ground level. This practice is used to promote a downward feeling within the body. This downward motion helps to take your body and mind down to levels associated with the trance state.

Elevator has been part of my meditation process whilst attempting to Astral project. I think it has also contributed to achieving an abundance of Lucid dreams. Regularly taking your body and mind down to states related to trance means you learn to train yourself to stay awake while your body is asleep. This act of remaining conscious whilst your body is asleep along with stimulating your energy body could be the reason why this practice helps achieve Lucid dreams.

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This meditation collection uses Visualisation to immerse you in a fictitious environment high up on top of an impossibly tall building. From there you descend down in a glass elevator to ground level.

This practice is used to promote a downward feeling within the body. This downward motion helps to take your body and mind down to levels associated with the trance state.

Elevator has been part of my meditation process whilst attempting to Astral project. I think it has also contributed to achieving an abundance of Lucid dreams.

The theory behind this conclusion is that regularly taking your body and mind down to states related to trance means you learn to train yourself to stay awake whilst your body is asleep. This act of remaining conscious whilst your body is asleep could be the reason why this practice helps achieve lucid dreams.
ELE-105 includes 6 x individual guided audios (ELE-5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30) totalling 105 mins of guided meditation.
The ELE-105 collection is designed for you to experiment with various durations of meditations. ELE-5 is 5-minute audio quickly covering the basics. Whereas ELE-30 is a 30-minute guided audio covering this guided meditation in more depth. ELE-10, 15, 20 and 25 cover the core elements in increasing levels of detail.

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative and Autogenic training.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio meditation while you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Steps (Optional)

This meditation uses visualisation to help you achieve a trance state. Promoting a downward motion within your mind and body this meditation has you visualise a set of steps disappearing down off into the distance. You slowly descend these steps concentrating on how your body feels as you descend down.

I use a combination of Elevator and Steps to help me achieve a trance state when meditating to increase Lucid dreams. I also use both these meditations on route to achieving an Astral Projection.

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This meditation collection uses visualisation to help you achieve a trance state. Promoting a downward motion within your mind and body this meditation has you visualise a set of steps disappearing down off into the distance. You slowly descend these steps concentrating on how your body feels as you descend down.

This practice is used to promote a downward feeling within the body. This downward motion helps to take your body and mind down to levels associated with the trance state.

Steps have been part of my meditation process whilst attempting to Astral project. I think it has also contributed to achieving an abundance of Lucid dreams.

The theory behind this conclusion is that regularly taking your body and mind down to states related to trance means you learn to train yourself to stay awake whilst your body is asleep. This act of remaining conscious whilst your body is asleep could be the reason why this practice helps achieve lucid dreams.
STE-105 includes 6 x individual guided audios (STE-5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30) totalling 105 mins of guided meditation.
The STE-105 collection is designed for you to experiment with various durations of meditations. ELE-5 is 5-minute audio quickly covering the basics. Whereas ELE-30 is a 30-minute guided audio covering this guided meditation in more depth. ELE-10, 15, 20 and 25 cover the core elements in increasing levels of detail.

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative and Autogenic training.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio meditation while you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Step 6 - Trigger the Astral reflex (Bounce, Balloon, Rope, Out)

These meditations use Visualisation to help focus your awareness on the environment around you; promoting your awareness away from your body.

Bounce

This meditation uses visualisation to help you move your point of awareness outside your body. This meditation uses Visualisation to help you trigger the Astral projection reflex. The Astral projection reflex is the name for a process whereby your body allows a copy of your consciousness to safely and consciously leave your body temporarily. Bounce requires you to slowly; and more rapidly move your point of awareness around your environment. Letting thoughts of your body fade you concentrate your visual energy on focal points around the environment from close up to further away – Back and forth. Varying the speeds you move your awareness around the environment in an attempt to trigger the Astral projection reflex.

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This meditation collection uses Visualisation to help you trigger the Astral projection reflex.
The Astral projection reflex is the name for a process whereby your body allows a copy of your consciousness to safely and consciously leave your body temporarily.

For more information on this theory and Astral projection – please see /astral-projection.

This meditation collection uses visualisation to help you move your point of awareness outside your body, bouncing it off nearby objects. This meditation can trigger the Astral projection reflex.

BOU-105 includes 6 x individual guided audios (BOU-5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30) totalling 105 mins of guided meditation.
The BOU-105 collection is designed for you to experiment with various durations of meditations. BOU-5 is 5-minute audio quickly covering the basics. Whereas BOU-30 is a 30-minute guided audio covering this guided meditation in more depth. BOU-10, 15, 20 and 25 cover the core elements in increasing levels of detail.

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative and Autogenic training.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio meditation whilst you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Balloon

This meditation uses visualisation to help you move your point of awareness outside your body. This meditation uses Visualisation to help you trigger the Astral projection reflex. The Astral projection reflex is the name for a process whereby your body allows a copy of your consciousness to safely and consciously leave your body temporarily. Balloon requires you to slowly; and more rapidly expand and shrink your point of awareness; from filling the entire environment down to the size of an atom. Varying the speeds you expand and shrink your awareness filling the environment and down to the size of atom in an attempt to trigger the Astral projection reflex.

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This meditation collection uses Visualisation to help you trigger the Astral projection reflex.
The Astral projection reflex is the name for a process whereby your body allows a copy of your consciousness to safely and consciously leave your body temporarily.

For more information on this theory and Astral projection – please see /astral-projection.

This meditation collection uses visualisation to help you move your point of awareness outside your body, expanding and contracting your body, using your breathing. This meditation can trigger the Astral projection reflex.

BAL-105 includes 6 x individual guided audios (BAL-5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30) totalling 105 mins of guided meditation.
The BAL-105 collection is designed for you to experiment with various durations of meditations. BAL-5 is 5-minute audio quickly covering the basics. Whereas BAL-30 is a 30-minute guided audio covering this guided meditation in more depth. BAL-10, 15, 20 and 25 cover the core elements in increasing levels of detail.

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative and Autogenic training.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio meditation whilst you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Rope

This meditation uses visualisation to help you move your point of awareness outside your body. This meditation uses Visualisation to help you trigger the Astral projection reflex. The Astral projection reflex is the name for a process whereby your body allows a copy of your consciousness to safely and consciously leave your body temporarily. Rope requires you to visualise a strong rope in front of you behind your closed eyes leading up out of your environment. You climb the rope imagining how your muscle would feel as you climb the rope. Without moving a muscle or tensing in anyway you visualise yourself climbing up out of your environment. This process can trigger the astral projection reflex.

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ROP-105 includes 6 x individual guided audios (ROP-5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30) totalling 105 mins of guided meditation.

The ROP-105 collection is designed for you to experiment with various durations of meditation. ROP-5 is 5-minute audio quickly covering the basics. Whereas ROP-30 is a 30-minute guided audio covering the meditation in more depth. ROPI-10, 15, 20 and 25 cover the core elements in increasing levels of detail.

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative and Autogenic training.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio meditation whilst you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Out

This meditation uses visualisation to help you move your point of awareness outside your body. This meditation uses Visualisation to help you trigger the Astral projection reflex. The Astral projection reflex is the name for a process whereby your body allows a copy of your consciousness to safely and consciously leave your body temporarily. Out requires you to visualise yourself outside your body. Imagine what the environment would look like from a position away from your current position. Then you move to another location and then another and you visualise yourself moving away from your current environment in an attempt to trigger the Astral projection reflex.

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This meditation collection uses Visualisation to help you trigger the Astral projection reflex.
The Astral projection reflex is the name for a process whereby your body allows a copy of your consciousness to safely and consciously leave your body temporarily.

For more information on this theory and Astral projection – please see /astral-projection.

This meditation collection uses visualisation to help you move your point of awareness outside and away from your body. This meditation can trigger the Astral projection reflex.

OUT-105 includes 6 x individual guided audios (OUT-5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30) totalling 105 mins of guided meditation.
The OUT-105 collection is designed for you to experiment with various durations of meditations. OUT-5 is 5-minute audio quickly covering the basics. Whereas OUT-30 is a 30-minute guided audio covering this guided meditation in more depth. OUT-10, 15, 20 and 25 cover the core elements in increasing levels of detail.

Use

These 6 x guided audio files use a guided narrative and Autogenic training.

Safety

Please do not listen to this guided audio meditation whilst you are operating heavy machinery or in any situation, you need to be alert.

Recommended - Dream diary

A Dream diary is a place you record events that happen in your dreams after you have woken up. The best method seems to be writing out keywords that summarise your experiences, sequences, influences, people, questions, guesswork and hindsight.

Keyword example

If you dreamt you were running on a beach barefoot and the sand was so hot you couldn’t stand still while being chased by aliens in banana-shaped spaceships all shouting out your favourite TV show!

You might write in your dream diary “beachhotsandAliensbananasspaceshipstv“. You can, of course, flush out all the juicy details and write them in your Dream Diary later. The power of initially using keywords is to just get the experience recorded before you forget all the juicy details. The mind, especially when you are new to keeping a Dream diary often erases these dream memories, replacing them with more pressing issues like the day’s plans.

On the road to Astral projecting and most importantly remembering the experience. Improving your dream recall is imperative.

As a rough guide, if you’re not keeping a dream diary and can’t remember around five dreams a night then the chances of achieving Lucid dreams and or Astral projections, I would suggest are slim to none.

A visible sign you’re on the right track to Astral projection is you have and remember Lucid Dreams.

Lucid Dreams can, of course, be enjoyed for what they are.
They can also be a platform to attempt an Astral Projection as your body is already relaxed due to the fact it’s asleep and you are already aware because your Lucid dreaming.

At this point merely falling backwards in your dream environment closing and opening your dream eyes, stating your intent to be taken near your body has for me worked as a trigger to turn a Lucid dream into an Astral Projection.

If you remember five dreams a night and have regular Lucid dreams, then you are in the prime position to achieve Astral projection from both a Lucid Dream and from a fully conscious state tapping into that third consciousness copy.

My experience of this in length can be found at /about.

Recommended - Affirmations

Affirmations are statements of intent. In a Lucid dreaming context, saying out loud or listening to yourself or somebody else repeating over and over for a short amount of time a sentence or two. Along the lines of “I enjoy having dreams I can control, I enjoy lucid dreaming” is said to help your mind, higher self or spiritual guide understanding your intent.

According to research stating the request in present tenths is the best strategy to use. I use affirmations regularly as it makes sense to me that saying out loud or quietly in your mind your intention would be a positive exercise to focus the mind.

Recommended - Reality checks

In the context of trying to Lucid dream. A Reality check is something that you regularly do during the day. To prove to yourself that you are not currently dreaming. In theory, this regular activity may prompt your subconscious to carry out a Reality check whilst you are actually dreaming. Hopefully then making you aware you are dreaming and giving you a Lucid Dream.

Theory

How could you forget an Astral projection?

In Robert Bruce’s book – Astral Dynamics, Robert suggests a mind split process occurs when you sleep, dream and Astral Projection.

In my experience with Astral projection. I find favour with Robert Bruce’s theory and have experienced symptoms – (please see /about). The general premise of his theory is multiple copies of your consciousness can co-exist at any one time.

The three amigos

During the trance state, your body falls asleep and one copy of your consciousness monitors you while you sleep.

The second copy of your consciousness starts the dream process. A while later triggering an Astral projection, produces a third copy of your consciousness. At this point, at least three copies of your consciousness now simultaneously exist (the three amigos).

Your body is asleep. One copy of your consciousness is monitoring your dreamless state. Taking care of vital functions like breathing, blood flow, ageing, repair and countless other tasks your body manages every second of every day without us thinking about it.

The second copy of your consciousness is organising your dreams for you, entertaining you while you sleep. Ready to be relieved of such duties should you achieve a Lucid dream.

The third copy is Astral projecting. This consciousness instance has a fantastic experience. Perhaps flying through walls or high in the sky or visiting other realms, beings or plains.

In Robert Bruce’s explanation, all copies of your consciousness are battling to be remembered by your brain when you wake up.

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Downloading to your brain

The brain exists inside a dark protective case, i.e. your skull, and it receives signals from your body and mind.

If you have been happily sleeping your whole life not remembering dreams, then the likelihood is you won’t remember any Lucid dreams and or Astral projections (no matter how fantastic!). The copies of your consciousness’s that are Lucid dreaming or Astral projecting will not override the habitual dreamless consciousness that you have been using to downloading to your brain when you wake up.

However, the consciousness copy that is currently taking care of the dream state can also, perhaps occasionally depending upon your dream recall get mixed up with the first copy of your consciousness. In this scenario, when you wake your brain downloads two sets of consciousness’s mixing them. You may remember fragments of dreams when you first awake. Only to be erased by thoughts of the day’s events ahead.

Conclusion

To conclude my interpretation of Robert Bruce’s theories and the experience I had accrued. Robert suggests that initially as you learn to remember your dreams via a Dream Diary, writing in keywords etc. You begin the process of habitually training your brain to override the dreamless state with dreams. You continue further to have and remember Lucid dreams.

Then when you incline to convert a Lucid dream into an Astral projection, it’s possible that your brain mixes up dreams, Lucid dreams and Astral projections.

It is practising makes perfect. The more you meditate with the intention of Lucid dreaming and or Astral projection, the more likely you are of overwriting the brains download from your three consciousness with the Astral Projection copy.

Using a validation method like a card, I think it is highly recommended. A Dream diary is a must. Reality Checks have worked for me. Affirmations, I see as a great way to focus the mind on your intention.

Conclusion

That’s it! These 6 How to Astral project steps have helped me have hundreds of exciting Lucid dreams and a handful of Astral projections. I hope they help you too.

Disclaimer

I would just like to state that these products won’t necessarily work for everybody. We are all wired up differently. Just like giving somebody membership to a gym doesn’t guarantee they will achieve the body of their dreams. The products that I have designed are based on what has worked for me. I have tried to offer as much flexibility and generalisation in these products as possible.

As I evolve myself with these teachings, I will no doubt tweak or enhance existing products along with introducing new ones.

Managing expectations

I think it boils down to where you are currently with your journey to achieving Relaxation, Lucid dreaming and Astral projection. If currently, you don’t remember your dreams, don’t keep a dream diary and you have never sat quietly, cleared your mind and tried any form of meditation. Then perhaps using the free guide or purchasing a 5-minute audio isn’t really going to help you achieve your goals.

The message I want to share is practice makes perfect. Just like using that newly acquired gym membership. Turning up in your gym kit, fast walking on the treadmill for 5 minutes then leaving and buying a cake isn’t really going to help you lose weight.

Minimum requirements

As a guide. I recommend you need to at the very least be spending 5 minutes on each of the 6 steps and you need to be keeping a Dream diary, say out loud or quietly in your mind Affirmations and carry out Reality checks.

Using the Free How to Astral project ebook you will need to manage the meditation durations yourself. Purchasing  How to Astral project guided audios the durations are already set. You just need to put the equivalent amount of time aside to listen to the audios.

I hope that helps state the minimum requirements for these products. Yes, I am pushing the guided audios as a revenue stream, but I also always want to offer free downloads as an alternative to everybody.

My products are not magic bullets. I would describe them as refined steps that require effort to help you achieve Relaxation, Lucid dreams and or Astral Projections.

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