Astral Projection for Beginners: Learn Several Techniques to Gain a Broad Awareness of Other Realms of Existence (Anglais) Broché – 26 mars 1999
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She mentions the "will-less will" idea from Alistair Crowley, which I discovered myself long ago. Believe me, it is a KEY to astral projection. Basically, when I tried very hard to have an OBE, I would NOT have one. When I declared I was going to have one, and didn't work hard at it, I came extremely close to having one. As she said, it's a very difficult skill to master, and is like a mental-balancing act.
She mentioned a loud vibrational, humming sound. Once I reached the hypnogogic state and thought "I'm asleep now," I immediately heard a loud humming in both ears followed by a pop, and then felt a "bobbing" sensation, which the author also mentions in this book.
There are two difficult "keys" to astral projection:
1. the "will-less will" concept (Alistair Crowley)
2. the focus on letting body sleep and keeping the mind awake
The way I approached astral projection was to keep repeating "I will let my body sleep, but keep my mind awake," as I sat at my chair for a nap. It's EXTREMELY difficult to not simply drift into sleep, but as long as you keep repeating your intent, you will eventually hit bullseye. That's when you'll probably hear a lound humming in both ears followed by a pop, and feel a "bouncing" sensation.
Unfortunately, my fear held me inside my body and I only achieved a lucid dream instead, which was still fascinating.
Edain McCoy goes into depth about common fears about astral projection, and why they are baseless. For this alone, it is worth the price of the book.
A couple of down-sides to this book; she does go into some "controversial" techniques, which was to equate day-dreaming to astral projection.
She doesn't mention much about psychic protection in this book. The book "Astral Travel" by Yvonne and Gavin Frost do give more advice into that. I also recommend people read "Heaven and Earth: Making the Psychic Connection" by James Van Praagh. His book will give you the understanding of the psychic world, and thereby prepare you for your astral voyages. Also read "Astral Dynamics" by Robert Bruce, the bible of astral projection.
Overall, this book is great for beginners, but you'll have to read others to get a complete picture.
But the book does have useful information in it, and some good techniques. It also contains a lot of information on overcoming fears, which is a very important step in projection. I recommend that if you're going to get this book, you should have some background in what is and what isn't projection, so you don't get confused when reading it.
Well, needless to say, I eventually bought it. Now I'm wondering if some of the reviewers even read this book? It's a total beginners guide and offers six techniques for astral projection (each technique is explained in detail in six separate chapters).
Part one of this book gives instructions on meditation, relaxation, chakras, and other aids (like incenses) which could help one astral project. Part one also discusses conquering fear and various "keys to success" which could further help you get into the right state of mind for a conscious projection.
Part two has six chapters, each explaining in detail the following six astral projection methods: general transfer of consciousness, projecting through the chakras, meditating toward astral separation, guided meditation, using symbolic gateways, and stepping out of your dreams.
Part three discusses such things as viewing your akashic records, remote healing, and creative visualization on the astral plane.
All in all, a pretty good (and quite interesting) introduction to astral projection! The fact that it's relatively inexpensive doesn't hurt either.