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Astral Projection

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Astral projection (or astral travel) is a term used in esotericism to describe an intentional out-of-body experience that assumes the existence of a soul or consciousness called an “astral body” that is separate from the physical body and capable of travelling outside it throughout the universe.

Similar ideas such as the Liṅga Śarīra are found in ancient Hindu scriptures such as, the YogaVashishta-Maharamayana of Valmiki. Modern Indians who have vouched for astral projection include Paramahansa Yogananda who witnessed Swami Pranabananda doing a miracle through a possible astral projection.

The Indian spiritual teacher Meher Baba described one’s use of astral projection:

In the advancing stages leading to the beginning of the path, the aspirant becomes spiritually prepared for being entrusted with free use of the forces of the inner world of the astral bodies. He may then undertake astral journeys in his astral body, leaving the physical body in sleep or wakefulness. The astral journeys that are taken unconsciously are much less important than those undertaken with full consciousness and as a result of deliberate volition. This implies conscious use of the astral body. Conscious separation of the astral body from the outer vehicle of the gross body has its own value in making the soul feel its distinction from the gross body and in arriving at fuller control of the gross body. One can, at will, put on and take off the external gross body as if it were a cloak, and use the astral body for experiencing the inner world of the astral and for undertaking journeys through it, if and when necessary…The ability to undertake astral journeys therefore involves considerable expansion of one’s scope for experience. It brings opportunities for promoting one’s own spiritual advancement, which begins with the involution of consciousness.

Astral projection is one of the Siddhis considered achievable by yoga practitioners through self-disciplined practice. In the epic The Mahabharata, Drona leaves his physical body to see if his son is alive.

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How would you recommend using this field for someone who has never astral projected before? I remember reading the literature back then (Monroe, Bruce, Castañeda etc.). Is there a particular method you suggest (as they all differ quite a bit)?

It is designed to teach you how to do it, so it’s great for beginners. Make sure you have protections.

I never used any method, so I can’t recommend anything. I have had OOBE since I was a kid, so I never had to re-learn but stop being afraid of that.

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I see, thank you so much. So you keep it on 24/7 and it downloads the information to your subconscious. Correct?

Is that picture the actual mandala that we can download for free?

Also is astral projection and remote viewing same thing?

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Ah I just noticed that Boot added picture that was in the post icon. Picture was not a mandala. It was audio on Patreon. I just removed it. Sorry for the confusion. The field was in audio.

Astral projection and remote viewing are often discussed in the context of metaphysical experiences, but they are distinct from each other in several ways.

Astral Projection: This is a form of out-of-body experience where individuals believe they can detach their “astral body” (a spiritual counterpart of their physical form) from their physical body and travel through an “astral plane.” This experience is often described as profoundly subjective and spiritual, and it may include travelling to different locations or dimensions while the physical body remains at rest.

Remote Viewing: In contrast, remote viewing is a practice that some claim allows a person to describe or give details about a distant or unseen target through extrasensory perception. It was popularised by military and intelligence experiments, most notably during the Cold War, where it was explored as a potential espionage tool. Unlike astral projection, remote viewing does not involve a perceived separation from the body. Instead, it’s about accessing information about distant or unseen objects, locations, or events through a form of controlled psychic functioning.

The primary difference lies in the perceived experience: astral projection is about travelling or moving in an astral form, whereas remote viewing is focused on seeing or perceiving distant places without leaving the body. Both practices are outside the realm of mainstream science and remain controversial and largely unsupported by empirical evidence. However, they continue to be subjects of interest both in popular culture and in studies of consciousness and psychic phenomena.

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