What are some techniques for astral projection?
Learning to astral project is one of the strongest self verifications you can do, besides NDEs (which you might want to wait on a while yet), to prove to yourself the validity of the spirit world and personal survival. In addition to the books listed below and the other astral projection books listed in the AfterlifeLibrary, you may want to explore the Monroe Institute's Hemi-Sync series.
Mastering Astral Projection: 90-day Guide to Out-of-Body Experience
by Robert Bruce - Brian Mercer
Projecting out-of-body requires a delicate balance of mind, body, and spirit.Mastering Astral Projection offers everyone the opportunity to explore nonphysical dimensions and learn more about their spirituality.
This practical guide to achieving conscious out-of-body experiences is based upon Robert Bruce's extensive knowledge of astral projection, Brian Mercer's methods for personal success, and valuable feedback from volunteers who have tested this program.
Presented in an easy-to-follow workbook format, the thirteen-week program introduces astral projection methods and provides daily exercises that progressively prepares and trains readers for this incredible, life-changing experience.
The Projection of the Astral Body
by Sylvan Muldoon - Hereward Carrington
This fascinating book contains the remarkable account of Sylvan Muldoor's out of body experience, scientifically edited by one of the world's foremost psychic researchers, Dr. Carrington. Including both the detailed account of Muldoor's experiences and instructions on the technique of projecting the astral body, this book is thoroughly recommended for inclusion on the bookshelf of anyone with an interest in the subject.
The Techniques of Astral Projection
by Robert Crookall
From Introduction: In every period of man's history some people have claimed to have had an experience that to others was pure fantasy-they claimed to have left their physical bodies in a second body (a non- physical one which they variously called the "Astral", "Etheric", "Spirit", t'Spiritual", "Soul", "Four-dimensional", etc. Body) and declared that they thought, felt, saw, heard, and acted in it. These out-of-the-body experiences are popularly called astral projections on the assumption that an objective "Astral Body"was, in fact, projected from, or released by, the familiar physical body. St Paul (2 Cor. xii, .) mentioned a case of this kind and many reputable people, including Roman Catholic Saints and Quakers, have had such experiences. The existence of out-of-the-body experiences, then, is certain: what is in doubt is the exact nature of the "Astral Body", i.e. whether it is always a hallucination (a mental image) or whether it is sometimes a "real", objective (though non-physical) body. In some instances there was doubtless nothing whatever of an objective nature-the supposed "Astral Body" was merely imagined. But if, in other instances, an objective body was involved, the matter is of very great importance to us all.
In 1961 I cited a hundred and sixty first-hand descriptions of out-of-the-body experiences in a book entitled THe Study and Practice of Astral Projection (Aquarian Press). In the conclusions (p. 140) I advanced reasons for concluding that many of the "Astral Bodies" there described had not been imagined but were "real" and objective. Over two hundred further cases are given in a book entitled More Astral Projections shortly to be published by Aquarian Press. Many point to the same conclusion. If the latter is justified, then the probability that we survive the death of the physical body is very great-the "Astral", "Etheric" or "Soul" Body would, in fact, be the mechanism of survival.
Adventures Beyond the Body - How to Experience Out-Of-Body Travel
by William Buhlman
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