Astral Projection

I’ve been preoccupied with my last week of school, so I haven’t had time for a blog post. I figured I’d share an old post about astral projection! Hope this helps 🙂 Before I started learning how to channel, I first learned astral projection. 

I’ve been getting a lot of questions on how to astral project lately, so I thought I’d write a post about the steps I take when I want to project from my body. For those that don’t know, astral projection is where your soul (YOU) leave your body, and you are free to travel freely. Most of the time people astral project in their sleep. You can float or “swim” (as I like to call it) around in the air. You can visit Home-base (most call it Heaven), and go to see loved ones, your guides, and your angels. It’s a beautiful experience, and we astral project all the time. However, we don’t remember our experience most of the time. Even when we were children, we’d astral project ourselves while we slept.

The following steps is how I astral project. This is to help you get started and give you an idea of how it’s done, but you don’t have to follow these steps. Eventually you will find your own way that works better for you.

  1. Set your intent: what I do is first recite a saying like, “I’ll successfully astral project from my body, and I will remember what I need to remember to help with my spiritual journey.” I say that 5 times. This helps to set your intent, and you are more likely to astral project if you tell yourself that you will successfully accomplish it. This also helps with setting boundaries so that you have a good and positive experience.
  2. Get into a deep meditation: then I relax, meditate, and focus on my breathing for a little bit until I’m almost asleep. It’s important that you get to the point of almost falling asleep. To see how to get started on meditation, click here.
  3. Begin to reach out: after meditation, I begin to imagine myself in my mind reaching out my head towards the headboard of my bed. I imagine reaching through the wall and clinging on to something in the other room or a tree outside. When I do this, my head begins to vibrate. I focus on that vibration and try to send it all along my body. After my body begins to vibrate (the vibration along the body isn’t as strong as it is in the head), I switch to reaching out to the ceiling. I imagine pulling in energy from the ceiling and pulling it into my head, and then allowing the vibrations to get stronger throughout the rest of my body.
  4. Pull yourself out: finally, I find an object that’s in the room I’m in like a ceiling fan or dresser. I imagine myself holding on to that object, and using that to pull myself out of the body. I’m not sure when it starts to work because after that, it feels like I fell asleep because I’ll have a lucid dream where I’m out of my body.

It took me several times to get it, and then after I successfully projected myself the first time, it still took a while until I was able to do it again. It just takes a lot of practice, patience, and determination. Try astral projection tonight! Comment below and share your astral projection experience. Don’t forget to share this post with your friends. Maybe we can all astral project and go and hang out at Home-base together for a night 🙂