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How to Have an Out of Body Experience



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How to Have an Out of Body Experience

Four Methods :
Controlling Your Vibrations
Leaving Your Body With the Rope Approach
Leaving Your Body Using the Point-Shift Approach
Leaving Your Body Using the Interrupted Sleep Approach

Do you want to float around the astral plane without dying first? Are you longing to leave your body at home for a few hours to explore the cosmos? People report out-of-body experiences (OBEs) while dreaming, during near-death experiences, or through relaxation techniques such as meditation. For some people, having an OBE can be like being Alice in your very own Wonderland. Read on to learn how to experience this on purpose.

    Ready your mind and body. Choose a quiet place you find relaxing. You can be indoors or outdoors, as long as you are comfortable. Make sure you won't be interrupted. OBEs are most common in the morning at 4:00am-6:00am, however trying this at night or when you are tired will probably just make you fall asleep.
    Find a comfortable position, either sitting or lying down. Many people choose to lie down on their backs, but be forewarned that temporary sleep paralysis is more likely in this position if you do fall asleep. These may consist of dark figures, ghosts or whatever you fear entering your room. Though this may sound scary, the more you realise they cannot physically harm you for they are your mind's creation, the less scary it is to endure.
    Affirm to yourself that you are going to have an out-of-body experience. Say to yourself "Mind awake-Body Asleep" or "I will have a lucid dream." Repeat this several times until it is the only thought left in your mind.
    Close your eyes and relax. Become less conscious of your external surroundings. Empty your mind of thoughts and ideas. Meditation techniques can be helpful here to maintain an empty mind while still remaining focused and aware.
    Allow yourself to almost fall asleep. Actually sleeping would defeat the purpose. Instead, let yourself drift close to sleep while concentrating on being conscious of your sensations and mental state.

Controlling Your Vibrations

    Feel a vibrating sensation in your body. As you relax further, you should become more aware of what's happening inside your mind and body than anything happening in the room around you. Try to feel the vibration of your body, coming from both the larger pulse of your blood and breath to the individual movements of your cells. You may think you hear sounds like a tornado/wind. The urge to move here will be tremendous, especially if it's your first time. Just relax deeper and deeper until the sounds passes, but avoid falling asleep.

    Try to slow the vibration. Visualize the movements of your body slowing and the sounds and sensations of vibrations getting fainter. Soon everything will be completely silent and your body will be still.

    Let your body become paralyzed. Some say it feels like a lead blanket has been placed over you. You may notice all of a sudden that you can't move your arms or legs. Don't panic! If you try to force yourself to move you may wake up. You will, however, be able to move your eyes, mouth, nose, and face, so try moving those slightly instead.

Leaving Your Body With the Rope Approach

    Feel your hands grasping an invisible rope. Don't move your actual hands or visualize the rope. The "rope method" relies on the imaginary feeling of the rope, not a mental image. Focus on the texture, thickness and heftiness of the rope. Feel the tension in your arms between the strength of the rope and the pull of your weight.[1]
        If you have trouble using the rope technique, try imagining a ladder instead. Some people find this easier, especially if they are more accustomed to climbing ladders than ropes.

    Use the rope to pull yourself up and start climbing. Feel your muscles contract and your body move upward when you pull. Don't visualize: imagine you are doing this in pure darkness. Keep going up. Soon you will find yourself out of your body, triggering the "projection reflex."
        If you experience vibrations in your body as you climb, try to relax more, or else you will only lose more energy and it will become harder.
        If you have trouble, try climbing up as you inhale and then resting as you exhale.
        The rope method is a more practical variation on the more iconic technique of visualizing yourself floating up. Though floating out of one's body all at once makes for a better image in the movies, it's not as effective in real life.

    Open your astral eyes. Once you know you are out of your body, open your eyes. You should be viewing your room from the side of your bed, with your body still lying there still with eyes closed.
        If you want, try to open your third eye first, low on the center of your forehead.

Leaving Your Body Using the Point-Shift Approach

    Visualize every detail of the space around you. Make sure you get a good look at your surroundings before you lie down. Now try to recall and feel the location and shape of every object in the room, as it looks from where you are resting.[2]

    Visualize the space around you as seen from a different point in the room. Once you have the image of the room clear in your mind's eye, shift that perspective to try to see that image as though you were standing over or near your body. In some ways you should already feel like you have left your body.

    Rise from your body to the spot you were visualizing from. Stay very relaxed, but be forceful in your will to gently bring yourself to that point. Feel yourself moving up and over to that space, and visualize your perspective changing. Then open your astral eyes.

Leaving Your Body Using the Interrupted Sleep Approach

    Set an alarm clock for the middle of your sleep cycle.
    When it goes off, shut off and lay back and relax.
        This can be done in a comfortable chair, also.
    Try to feel the sensation of 'falling' very close to sleep then mentally 'pull' yourself back awake. Try to feel falling into the mattress as you near sleep, then pull yourself back up to near awake.
    Repeat as you attempt to get very close to sleep then back to near awake. Eventually when you pull yourself back to nearly awake, you will actually pull yourself up, out of your body.

Community Q&A

    How do you return to your body?

    You are always linked to your body. Some people say if you are awakened while out of body you die, which is just not true. If you are awakened while out of your body, you return in the same instant you wake, almost everyone can and has done this at some time.

    Are there limits to where someone can go out of body?

    No. In some cases, people have even gone back in time! There are no limits when you know how to astral project.

    How long can you be out of body? What if you don't get hungry or thirsty?

    It usually lasts for a few minutes, but may be broken if you are woken up by someone else, or if your physical body is in danger.

    How can I clear my mind?
    You can start by thinking of one thing and that one thing only. Don't move or speak.

    How do I return to my body once I'm done?

    Just close your eyes and imagine yourself in bed, waking up.

    Does it have to be dark in my room room in order for this to work, or can there be some light?

    You can do this if there is some light in your room. It may be difficult to focus, however, and get your body asleep.

    Can I die from an out of body experience?

    No. An out of body experience is just your mental self viewing the world. If you ever get lost, just wait. You will snap back to your body when it gets hungry, thirsty, etc. Most of the things you meet will be the stuff you imagined, so just thing of nice things and it will be fine. An out of body experience is completely safe.

    Can I die while having an out of body experience?

    No, you cannot die while having an out of body experience. Remember, an out of body experience is just your mental self viewing your physical self. It is completely safe.

    Is having an out of body experience be related to sleep apnea?

    No. Sleep apnea is when you have pauses in your breathing while sleeping. An out of body experience is when your mental self is lifted from your physical self.

    Does swallowing count as moving, or will that mess up my attempt at an OBE?

    Swallowing will not affect your attempt.


    Do not move. If you do you will ruin everything. Any urge you feel to move is your body asking you if your mind is asleep; if you ignore the body it will think the mind is asleep and will fall asleep. This is crucial.
    Be patient it won't happen right away.
    Stay calm! If you get too excited, you will snap back into the physical world. When you think you are getting too excited, concentrate on a spot, such as your hands or a wall.
    If you get lost on the Astral Plane then just wait, your body cannot deny its natural needs. If it gets hungry it will snap your astral body back to your physical body and you will wake up.
    Some people find that sleeping on their back leads to lucid dreams and out of body experiences when they sleep.
    Why not just break out of your body during the vibrations? You will waste a lot of valuable energy that will make your experience blurry and short. Relaxing until the vibrations go away means you can exit using little energy.
    Another method is to focus upon one spot on your ceiling and visualize the dot creeping across the ceiling and down the wall to the floor until it goes under where you are laying. This will cause your astral body to turn around in your physical body until it is thrown from the physical body.
    Try wearing a blindfold.


    Looking back at your physical body can be a shock, even when you're expecting it, and shocks will pull you back into your body.
    Be prepared.
    Some people believe that the astral plane is populated by other spirits, sometimes even demons and angels, that you can encounter on your trip. If you believe in such things and think they're going to appear in your dream, then they most likely will. If your mind is filled with negative thoughts, you may encounter a dangerous or troublesome entity while on the astral plane. If you do encounter an evil entity, ignore the entity, tell it firmly to back off, or return to your body.
    Keep in mind that only you can turn this experience into a nightmare. Never try to have an OBE while in a bad mood. Avoid negative thoughts.

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