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The out-of-body or astral projection is a natural phenomenon that we experience every night, often spontaneous and without remembering.

The Seven Most Effective Techniques for Inducing an Out of Body Experience

Firstly, it is important to say that before attempting to use any of the Techniques for inducing an Out of Body Experience, you should be fully-relaxed in mind and body. Out-of-Body-Experience.info contains lots of information and tips in order to reach the desired state of mind.

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Now, that said, here are the Seven Best Techniques for Inducing an Out of Body Experience:

1. Inducing an Out of Body Experience Using The Rope Technique

The Rope Projection technique is said to have been devised by Robert Bruce, one of the foremost figures in the world of Astral Projection. The idea was for a method of projection that would be effective for people who were without sight, and therefore relies more on tactile experience than visual memories. The technique hinges around an imaginary rope that hangs above you from the ceiling.

As you lie on your bed, you imagine the rope hanging down towards you, and what you do is visualize yourself (or rather, your Astral Self) taking hold of the rope, and pulling yourself up the rope, one hand at a time, all the while concentrating on the sensations as you climb upwards. Be aware of the feeling of the rope against your hands, and the motion of your body as you pull yourself up from your bed, and concentrating also on the feelings of your arms slowly but surely pulling yourself upwards.

The Rope Technique is extraordinarily successful at inducing an Out of Body Experience, even in people who have struggled for a long time to see any results. Quite quickly, a feeling of fairly intense vertigo is experienced, and projection is generally instantaneous, provided the student has kept themselves calm and relaxed throughout.

2. Out of Body Experience using the Ladder Technique

Occasionally, people have difficulty with the rope technique for astral projection, as they just don’t feel that their imaginary hands and arms are strong enough to hold them and pull them up the rope. This may sound strange to you, but it is a phenomenon more common than you would think!

In this instance, a ladder may be imagined hanging from the ceiling, instead, which has the benefit of allowing the would-be Astral Projector to use his or her feet, as well as the hands.

All other aspects of this method remain the same as with the Rope Projection Technique.

3. Out of Body Experience with the Point Shift Method

The next two techniques for Out of Body Experiences are slightly more traditional and also more difficult for many people. However, some people take to these kinds of Astral Projection techniques like a duck to water, and it is certainly good to have as many different methods under your belt as possible.

The point shift method involves becoming intensely aware of your own body, and then mapping out in your imagination where everything in your room is, in relation to you and each other. It is for this reason that it requires quite a lot of concentration.

Once this stage has been reached, you then can feel yourself float, just a few inches, at first, and then visualize all of your surroundings from that new perspective. The idea is to feel as if you have already projected out of you body, and keeping your awareness of where you are and what you visualize from the view-point of your imaginary self!

Finally, you slowly rise from your physical body. This takes what can only be described as a very relaxed form of will-power. Some force is necessary, but you must not allow your body to become tense. Congratulations, you have projected, and once this method of Astral Projection is mastered, you will find it far easier to project under almost any circumstances.

4. Using the Self-Visualization Method for Astral Travel

This is the first method I learnt to induce an Out of Body Experience with!

Like the Point Shift method, it is among the more difficult for many people, and this probably accounts for many of my early struggles to master Astral Projection. However, once learnt it is a good technique that only becomes quicker with practice!

At the heart of this technique for inducing an Out of Body Experience is creating a detailed, life-like double of yourself. I find it works well either lying down or seated, but it works best in an environment you are very familiar with. Visualize yourself, starting at the feet, and working your way up, including any details you believe will help your body-double to feel real to you.

Sometimes I imagine really intricate detail, from buttons to eyebrow hairs, and other times I imagine in much broader strokes.

With some effort, you can now allow your body-double to stand up or sit up.

At this point you may start to feel a pressure in your head or in your chest.

Don’t panic, as this is the projection point kicking in. If all goes to plan, your awareness will now have shifted entirely to the projected body.

If you find it difficult to visualize, you could try practicing this visualization exercise, which incidentally is quite effective at creating a trance-state. Joseph Bearwalker Wilson also wrote about some very smart exercises to train yourself to attain an altered state of consciousness, which you can find referenced here.

5. The Rolling-Out Technique for Projection

Not a complete system for Astral Projection, in itself, but more of an aid, for when projection has not quite been successful. I generally alternate this technique with others when projection is proving difficult, or use it to finish the projection after using the rope technique.

This is a method of inducing an Out of Body Experience while in bed or in a reclining position. It is effective because the act of rolling in your bed is something that we each experience many times a night, and the familiarity of this action makes it easy to visualize for the purpose of helping to induce an Out of Body Experience.

Simply “feel yourself” rolling back and forth in your bed, and allow your imagined view point to reflect each new position. This technique for Astral Projection is quite often enough to trigger a successful Out of Body Experience, even when you have found yourself struggling using other methods. I have to say, though, that I have seldom found it effective on its own.

6. The Driving System for Out of Body Experiences

Another effective system, that I believe was also discovered by the great Robert Bruce. As I describe it, it will become apparent that this technique for Astral Projection is not one of the more traditional methods!

You may have noticed, while driving, or playing a computer driving game, that concentrating on the driving, while the views from outside move quickly past, constantly changing, you can easily find yourself in a trance. We can often lose track of time, or get to a destination without really remembering the journey.

We can use our remembered experiences to help induce astral travel, by recollecting the feeling of motion combined with the ever-changing and moving landscape. This should result in a deep trance state quite quickly, allowing the projector to now switch to another method, say the rope technique, to make the actual projection.

Personally, I have rarely used this method for inducing an OBE. It certainly works; however I do have a concern that using this method could easily train the practitioner of Astral Projection to always associate the feelings of driving with entering into a deep trance state. This would be undesirable, for obvious reasons!

7. The Picture Technique for Projection into a Virtual Reality

I have saved the most exciting and unusual method of Astral Projection for last!

After having entered a trance state, fully mentally and physically relaxed, the picture technique for Astral Projection can yield some quite stunning results. I did this first by accident, an did not succeed in replicating it until a couple of years later.

You want to use a picture, which can be a painting or a photograph, and allow yourself to imagine yourself in the landscape. Looking at a reflection of that picture in a mirror increases the feeling of depth in the image, which I think was a crucial part of me mastering this technique for Out of Body Experience.

Really “feeling” and “seeing” the details around you is the key for making this Astral Projection technique work. Start by allowing an imaginary view-point to get closer and closer to the image, and then gently but firmly push your consciousness actually into the picture. This technique allows the Astral Traveler to explore a virtual world or worlds, and also use this as a starting point for travelling to other Astral Worlds.

One problem that people often find with Astral Projection is that they can successfully project to a specific place or Astral realm, but shortly find the destination morphing into somewhere different. The Picture technique for Out of Body Experience neatly side-steps these kinds of problems, transporting the traveler to a much more clearly defined world, that you could visit and explore many times, and results of each exploration are much more likely to be consistent.

This is not the easiest Astral Projection technique to master, but its results will speak for themselves, if you are prepared to put in the extra effort!

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The actual projection-phase (the moment when one's projected double breaks free of his/her physical body) is viewed as some sort of Holy.

Astral Travel: A Beginners Guide To Having an OBE

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Wonder how to get astral projection tonight? Read 5 easiest ways for achieving lucid dreaming, astral projection, and out-of-body experience. Only best techniques!

Astral Projection Technique #1

Upon awakening, without moving or opening the eyes, immediately try to separate from body. The separation attempt should be carried out without any imagining, but rather with the desire to make a real movement without straining the muscles (rolling out, levitation, standing up, etc.).

If separation does occur, you’ve got astral projection.

If separation does not occur within three to five seconds, immediately try alternating several of the most effective astral projection techniques for three to five seconds each. When one of the techniques works, continue it for a longer period of time:

– Observing images: Try to examine and discern the pictures arising before closed eyes.

– Listening in: Attempt to hear sounds in the head and make these louder by listening in or strengthening the will;

– Rotating: Imagine rotating around the head-to-foot axis;

– Phantom wiggling: Try to move a part of the body without straining the muscles, and try to increase the range of movement;

– Straining the brain: Try straining the brain, which will lead to vibrations that may also be intensified by straining the brain.

As soon as one astral projection technique clearly starts to work, continue with it as long as progress is apparent, and then try to separate. If separation fails, return to the technique that was working.

Do not give up alternating through techniques until one minute has elapsed, but do not continue for more than two minutes. Separation from the body may be attempted periodically, especially if interesting sensations occur.

Technique #2

Technique #3

The practice of this astral projection technique is to imagine the sensation that something is resting in the hand, desirably upon awakening without any physical movement. It is best to imagine a cell phone is in the hand because the modern person is quite accustomed to this sensation, although any other object will do. It is necessary to actively and attentively focus on the sensations in the palm of the hand. Most likely, the physical sensation of a phone lying in the hand will quickly arise. The sensation will become increasingly palpable. If a sensation does not arise within 10 seconds, the technique not going to work and it is time to switch to another one.

When the sensation of a phone in the hand occurs, focus every bit of attention on it. It should be noted that this will not be an imagined sensation, but a real one. This should be understood from the very beginning, and results should be expected. Once the sensation is stable, start feeling the mobile phone with the fingers. Physical sensations should be experienced. The physical body, of course, must not move or strain. If this does not work, only focus attention on the sensation of the phone lying in the hand and try to feel the phone with the fingers later. If feeling the phone with the fingers is successful, actively roll the phone around the hand, feeling all of its details.

As soon as it is possible to roll the cell phone around in the hand, separation from the body may be attempted to get full astral projection. In this case it is usually easiest to separate by rolling out or standing up. Continue to hold the phone and roll it around, which will maintain the emerging phase state. Separation in this case should be more like actually getting up physically or rolling out of bed, rather than actually separating one thing from something else. That is, do this in the same way as physically getting out of bed, starting from the sensation of the phone in the hand.

If separation is unsuccessful, continue to attentively feel the phone in the hand for a little while longer and try to separate again. If separation happens, the next step is to take actions that are typical for a astral projection: deepening, and then accomplishing predetermined tasks while performing ”maintaining” techniques. If only a partial separation occurs, then separation by force should be attempted.

Generally, the real sensation of a phone in the hand arises with every second attempt. Furthermore, achieving success only requires experience and some dexterity since feeling the sensation of a phone in the hand signifies that the required state has been reached and subsequent actions may be attempted.

Technique #4

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Technique #5

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Out-of-Body Exploration Methods

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There are many techniques commonly used to achieve the level of focus needed for projection. Most use some form of concentration method or whole body breathing technique.

The Rope MethodEdit

The Rope method involves lying down straight on your back and visualising a rope suspended from the roof. You then visualise your consciousness in the form of a glowing version of your own body. Visualise yourself climbing and pulling yourself out of your body. There are also many other techniques you can use to Astral Project. By doing your own research combined with practice you will find one that is more conducive to you.

One technique is to go into deep meditation.

First, get into any position that you may like, whether is is sitting or laying down, just make sure that you are in a position that is most comfortable for you. Then begin to meditate and clear your mind. After a while you will feel very relaxed. Once relaxed, imagine a vantage point by simply looking ahead. Focus all your mental energy at that point. You may see a vague point but it is not necessary. It will be hard the first couple of times but stay consistent. As you begin to focus you may start to see a vortex, a spinning energy. This is your energy that you are creating which means that you are on the right track. Do not lose focus, the vortex will get larger and larger. Eventually, with maintained concentration you will then begin to feel the classic symptoms that usually occur before a projection. Loud ringing in ears, hums, you may even feel a presence around you. Furthermore, you will feel disoriented, vibrations going through your whole body and paralysis. Learn to embrace these feelings and not fear because then the process may stop. When you are at this step imagine yourself leaving your body. Personally, I imagine myself twisting out and that helps. Many people use the rope method, others simply imagine a place. Just remember to stay focused because at this point it is very easy to lose consciousness and drift to sleep. With practice and prevalence you will have an OBE, out of body experience.

The Falling MethodEdit

The Falling Method consist of you laying down on your back in a comfortable position. Try to wear very light clothes and if you have to have something covering you, try to use only a sheet or a light blanket. Lay in a very relaxed position with arms at your side and begin breathing slowly and deeply. You may notice that your needing to breath may slow down considerably. There may even be times where you dont feel like your are breathing at all but it is ok. Your body will know when to breath. When you are in a very relaxed state, try to induce a falling sensation as though you are falling through the bed (or whatever you are laying on). This may scare you as it can actually feel like you are falling. Just continue the sensations throughout your hands, arms, feet, legs, chest, and head. Every part of your body needs to feel like you are falling. Keep this up until you either astrally fall out of your body or you begin to feel the projection sensations... paralysis, hearing sounds not normal in your enviroment, a feeling of electricity moving up your spine, ect, ect. If succeeded, you would project out of the body and free to go where you wish whether it be to explore, learn, or help others.

The Falling Rope MethodEdit

This method is somewhat inbetween both the rope method AND the falling method. Start off as shown in the methods above. When you get to the state where you feel totally relaxed (many feel vibrations, a sign you are on the right track), imagine you are falling. Try to feel the sensation as realisticly as possible, then imagine you suddenly grab onto a rope, which is moving upward, jerking yourself out of your physical body. This technique can also be used in combination with the Brain Noise technique, using that method to put yourself into the relaxed or vibrational state.

Brain noise techniqueEdit

First you need to be relaxed, so to start with do some stretches on each muscle for at least ten seconds (use google to find stretch demonstrations). Then after that, tense your muscles one by one for about ten seconds again, this will release tension. Take a couple of deep breaths; as deep as you can using stomach I.e 'pot bellied breaths'. Now what you need to do is concentrate on the internal noise that seems to appear at the back of the head (for me). Keep doing this and it will draw attention away from salivation and muscle tension. After a while (10 mins aprox) the pitch will get louder and sleep paralysis will kick in. Then follow a standard separation technique.

Hemi SyncEdit

Hemi sync are sound tracks that can be used to alter ones state of cosciousness. Two types exist; Binaural beats and Isochronic tones. There are files out there that are specifically targeted at meditation and astral projection which can both be used to have OBEs and APs. They alter your brains natural brain wave pattern to induce the required state for projections to happen. You still have to practice and try, it just shortens the time required to project (short and long term). Some effect of listenening to binaural beats is perceiving sounds that are impossible for the human ear to hear. There are some free one out there at www.iso-tones.com

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The Astral Projection Rope Technique: Full Tutorial

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3 Simple Astral Projection Techniques

Different astral projection techniques are available for anyone to learn and use in order to experience the astral dimension. You can experiment on each method until you can find one is most suited for you. For each technique or method, remember that the efficiency of astral projection will depend upon the energy, focus, and discipline you have. Each technique can provide a specific trigger that can send you outside your body.  Whatever technique you use, relaxation is always critical.

Before getting started on techniques there are general tips to projecting:

•              Get comfortable. Spontaneous out-of-body adventures usually alpha with a activity of vibration. To get to this stage, one needs to relax. Lie down in a comfortable position so you can completely relax your muscles. Breathe through your mouth.

•              Concentrate. It’s important to concentrate on the hypnagogic state, which borders on sleep. You reach the ability to lose all of your physical senses. Close your eyes and in the blackness, and focus on your forehead. After multiple attempts you may start to feel pulses or vibrational sensations in that area. Having good concentration will help you stay focused when experiences start to happen.

•              Lifting out. This happens in the event you’re able to leave your body. To accomplish this, you think about lifting or floating upwards. Others get to this by “rolling” over the bed, until you face up and float to the ceiling.

Here are 3 simple techniques you can use to achieve astral projection:

Rope Technique – Robert Bruce developed this method.  It is among the easiest methods to use.  The ability to visualize is not a requirement to perform this technique. First, string a rope or ribbon on the ceiling on top of you. Hang it in such a way that you can easily reach and touch it.  Frequently touch it so that you can get the feel of the rope. This will give you an opportunity to get used to the spatial coordinates of the rope, making it easy for you to imagine where the rope is. Thoroughly perform relaxation exercise until you are fully settled.  It is important that you do not overdo your exercises.  Using your imaginary hands, pull out and reach the imaginary rope that hangs above you. Imagine a coarse, thick and strong rope that you can hold in your hands.  This method lets you shift your bodily awareness out of your body.   Keep on climbing and concentrate on what you do. The chakras will open due to the pressure. Then, your body will seemingly start to vibrate, but you still need to continue climbing. You will start to feel free with a slight buzzing feeling as you come out of the body.

Roll Out/Lift Technique – This technique is the most popular; and like the rope technique, the duration of your astral projection will depend on your energy flow and chakra level.  This method requires visualization as you imagine floating upward and out of the body. As with the rope method, you also need to imagine an aid to help you perform the floating. You can imagine birds flying above you, with strings connecting you to them so that you will float while the birds fly. As you imagine, you will also feel the start of vibrations; but you have to ignore it to continue floating upwards. You will start to break free from your physical body.

Anchor Technique – This is a technique that requires you to concentrate on an anchor that is outside your physical body.  This popular method has two variations: moving anchor and fixed anchor. Fixed Anchor. Once you are in a trance state, focus on a particular point outside the body.  It can be a simple point in space or an object on a specific space.  Once you have identified a point, try to feel its solidity in your mind.  Pull, move and push on that point mentally.  Try to reach out to this fixed point in your mind and hold it.  Moving Anchor. Imagine an object situated about six feet from your eyes and make it familiar to you.  Feel it pulling at you like a magnet and imagine it moving toward you.  Move it back to its original location, imagining its pull getting weaker as it moves farther from you.

Find what technique works best for you and start practicing!

About the Author: Tyler Westan

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Different astral projection techniques are available for anyone to learn and use in order to experience the astral dimension. You can experiment on each method.

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