Friday, October 7, 2011

Astral Projection Stories - Fact or Fiction?

Amid boundless skepticism, many people remain curious about astral travel. Astral projection is an out of body experience. An individual's astral body leaves his or her living physical body entering the astral plane. Although, through the years, a lot has been learned about the possibility of astral travel and OBEs (out of body experiences), many questions remain unanswered.

Tales of astral projection began long ago. There is historical evidence referencing astral

experiences in ancient Egypt, China, India, and Japan. The Inuit people have told of exceptional individuals that could travel to remote locations for insight and helpful information. The yaskomo of the Waiwai, from the Amazon, is said to have performed "soul flights." These flights are made to consult cosmological beings for instruction or helpful advice.

Many stories of astral happenings have certain things in common. Of course, like any other experience, no two astral experiences are exactly the same. However, there are many tales of astral occurrences that include a number of similarities. A few of the similarities are settings, modes, and abilities.

Many astral projection stories refer to events that occurred during surgery or serious illness. Most people describe this experience as becoming an observer. They say their astral body leaves their physical body to become an on-looker. These people tell about watching the surgical procedure or observing doctors, nurses, and visitors in the room. Usually, they are able to view the activity, and their own physical bodies, while hovering or floating above. In some stories, the astral body stands or sits in a corner or doorway to observe.

The ability to fly is frequently mentioned in tales of astral events. Some individuals report flying to different locations. Many people associate this experience with déjà vu. Astral travelers can recall details of visiting otherwise unknown locations. Some practitioners believe that when déjà vu occurs, the person recognizes an unfamiliar location from his or her astral journey.

Another common happening with OBE's is meeting people who have been dead for some time. This opportunity is the motivational force behind many attempts at astral projection. In these cases, the person who experiences it can hug or shake hands with the astral body of a lost loved one. An astral traveler can meet deceased celebrities and historical figures, also. According to experts in the field, it is possible to meet another living astral traveler, who has temporarily left his or her physical body, while experiencing an OBE. This occurrence is called a doppelganger.

Although many people are curious about out of body experiences, fear prevents them from making any attempt to experience an astral event. Experts proclaim that there is nothing to fear and that astral projection is perfectly safe. Avid practitioners say that the astral body is invincible. It cannot suffer any type of injury. Aside from physical injury, many people are afraid of spiritual or religious repercussions. A lot of people think that astral happenings are demonic or satanic in nature. Yet, others propose that astral experiences would not be possible without a close relationship to God. There are many questions that remain unanswered about astral projection. However, anyone interested in the subject can find quite a bit of information by doing some research online.

Dalai Lumur is an Astral Travel and Projection Expert. For more information on astral projection stories, visit

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