Astral projection is one of the most interesting experiences in your life. Imagine this scenario. Stay in bed, completely relaxed, with your eyes closed, but conscious. After a while you begin to notice how your body becomes heavier, almost frozen and then begin to rise, floating a few inches above your physical body. You look down and notice how you sleep in line. You notice a bright white rope joining your body. You are calm, relaxed and awake. It is not a new sensation and you feel a state of peace, of liberation, all the limits have disappeared. You look around the room and everything seems bright, everything seems to be life, more vibrant. Then fly through the ceiling and further into the sky and see how your house becomes smaller and smaller, until you reach outer space. You think of a friend who lives on the other side of the earth and just thinking you instantly help him in the house, you see him eating biscuits and spoiling the computer, and we wear one. Then you remember that it’s time to go back and think about your sleeping body, you visualize yourself again above your house, as it is incorporated through the cover and then into your body. You wake up and go to the computer. Your friend is on Facebook and you tell him what you targeted. He is dismayed when he tells you that you are completely right.
This is the astral projection.
This phenomenon is the process by which human consciousness temporarily burns the physical body and functions independently, while the latter remains passive in the state we know as right. The result is the visualization of the world from a different point of view than that of the physical body, by means other than the physical senses. During the astral projection you maintain a very high level of consciousness and you can remember every detail when returning to the physical body.
For many people, such experiences occur randomly while sleeping and are known as lucid dreams, near-death experiences, out-of-body experiences, or astral projections.
This is a guided meditation lasting 30 minutes which can be done in person or online.