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Dealing with unwanted astral entities. Rich2150x & the Wanderingmaster, share some tips:)



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I have found this to be a very useful series in the quest for Lucid Dreams & OBEs

2 of 12 A few of the parts are missing because the author wants you to buy it, but if you've ever had a Lucid Dream, an OBE, or even symptoms of them; these videos may answer some questions. The whole series is actually worth owning if your into this training, because this group did some extensive research.

Another very good technical book on the subject of Lucid Dreams & OBEs is,

The Matrix is Real. Hack it! A Practical Guidebook, By M. Raduga



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A very useful youtube channel for OBEs, & Lucid Dream training:)



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I practiced my OBE training based on the video above in a quick session. Ihave for a very long time been able to fall asleep quite quickly and awake minutes later totally refreshed. I am more and more becoming aware of the feel when I switch to dream state from consciousness. This familiarity is helping greatly. I tried jumping a few times in this session it was interesting Im not really sure if I want to leave my body though I do want to lucid and RV or precog while asleep.

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That's great Shirak! I think that whether you use the techniques for Remote viewing/clairvoyance or OBEs, is a matter of depth of trance. I often see a clairvoyant screen which I use for remote PK, & telepathy. It's a bit like looking through a liquid window. I can view sceens this way, but I discovered that if press into it, I can effect the things I see, & if I press deep enough, I can sometimes leave my body. I'm working on deepening & maintaining the out of body state. I think that lucid dreams are very cool & usefull too.

The guy in the video wrote an awesome book which I posted above two posts back. Also, helpful, is the videos from the Lucidology 101 videos. These guys have done some much research to make the process more reliable & systematic. Training PK in the Lucid Dream state has giving me such a boost in awareness & control:)

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Don't be distracted by scary images. His written descriptions are accurate. Many people experience sleep paralysis, & vibrations, without knowing what's going on.

Typical sounds heard in sleep paralysis prior to exits from the body. Don't let it scare you if it happens that you experience this. Just keep your eyes closed, then chill out & relax until the vibrations slow down. At this point you can separate; it's very cool when you are out. It can be more real than reality!

If you are able to get out during meditation though, the separation is much more pleasant:)



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OBE exit symptoms - Robert Bruce



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Ideal OBE conditions



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@owltwelve: Cool, thanks a lot. It seems that I've used some of the techniques, but never really had the courage to separate from the body. The inability to breathe when levitating out or the vibrations have usually made me question the health of my body and focus back on it.

Recently I've been just using the awakening moments for meditation, attempting to stretch them longer.



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I got some cool OBE related books delivered today. Albert Taylor's Soul Travelers, & Bruce Moen's Afterlife Knowledge Guide Book.

I've only seen & heard Taylor's interviews, so it will be fun to finally read his book. I have already found some of hs techniques to be quite down to earth & easy to practice.

Bruce Moen, uses a remote viewing/clairvoyant screen Technique from what I've heard. I have also used a similar technique sometimes. It doesn't require the depth of trance that a full OBE does, & is just right for other psi skills. Aside from clairvoyance I have used similar techniques for telepathy, empathic body entrance, complex manifestation/reality hacking, and visiting astral worlds & entities without leaving my body. If you are into magick, it's very good for working spells & construct building.

Anyway, write some reviews of these books when I'm done with them:)



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I think this is an extremely good lecture on consciousness, Psi, & union of physics & metaphysics:

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I have found that a great way to prep the mind for OBEs; Lucid Dreams, or construct building, is to listen to a good fictional audiobook. This really allows the anylitical mind to relax & get used to using non-physical senses.

Some would say that what I call the non-physical senses, the imagination. They would be correct in pointing this out, but I have found that it's much more than that. The better able you are at consciously tuning into vivid non-physical awareness, the better will all your psi skills be.

If you meditate, Construct build, or attempt an OBE following a good audiobook session, your results may be much more vivid. In the case of construct building; your constructs may stick better as a solid memory of something real:)



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I wanted to post some lucid dream tips written by KingYoshi, on Dreamviews. This technique reminds me a lot of Tibetan Yogic techniques. I'm going to give it a go, & see if I notice changes in my dreams, & psi awareness in general:)

 

All Day Awareness, A DILD Tutorial by KingYoshi

KingYoshi's DILD Tutorial

So, I already have a WILD tutorial, but now it seems I am getting a lot of questions about my DILD method, all day awareness, and proper RC technique. I've decided to just go ahead and break down my entire approach to DILD. So, sit back, fire one up, and learn to DILD...the Yoshi way!


General Keys to Success
With any induction method/technique there are three keys to long-term success.

1. Effort - Aside from the handful of natural lucid dreamers out there, the rest of us have to put forth the effort and work toward lucidity. Without that drive, you aren't going to have the kind of results you are looking for.

2. Confidence - This one is as simple as the first. You need to be confident in your abilities. I don't care if you just joined yesterday and literally have no clue what you are doing. EVERYONE can lucid dream regularly.

3. Experience - You don't even have to do anything special for this one. Every single thing you do while practicing lucid dreaming, works toward experience. Just keep practicing and gain experience from every success as well as every failure.


All Day Awareness
So, what exactly is a DILD? DILD stands for Dream Induced Lucid Dream. It is a lucid dreaming induction technique where the dreamer becomes aware that he/she is dreaming, from within the dream itself. DILD success is all about awareness.

I practice a technique known as All Day Awareness (ADA). I first heard/learned of the basic concept for ADA from another Dream Views member here on the site...Naiya. For those of you who don't know Naiya, she has practiced lucid dreaming for many years and has a Lucid Count is well over 1,000. In a nutshell, All Day Awareness (ADA), is noticing and paying attention to the subtle things in life that most people ignore or take for granted.

Lets take for instance, you are walking your dog down the street. Be aware of everything around you. Hear your footsteps against the pavement, feel the cushion in the sole of your shoes contract with each step. Feel the muscles working in your legs as you stroll along, see your eyelids blinking, hear the sound of your breathing, feel your lungs expanding and your chest moving as you breath in and out. Smell the air as you travel through the neighborhood. Does it change? Does every breeze smell the exact same? Feel your tongue as it casually rests on the bottom of your mouth. Every structure around you has a shadow...do you notice them? Hear the pitter patter of the dogs feet, do you hear him panting? Most people hold the leash and walk down the sidewalk completely lost in their thoughts. Most don't even notice the control they are using to power their own legs.

You are sitting at the computer doing math homework. Feel the keys below your fingertips, notice how effortlessly your fingers fly from one key to the next without even having to think about the upcoming letter/keystroke. While you were reading the previous two sentences, did you take for granted the blinking process. What all sounds have you heard while you have been reading this tutorial? What does the air smell like? You shouldn't have to smell right now to answer the question. Have you noticed the shadows of everything around you? How about your lungs? Have you noticed them expanding and your chest moving. Have you noticed the air traveling up through your windpipe, across your tongue and passed your lips?

These are just a few of the millions of small details that the average person takes for granted or doesn't even bother to notice. It is almost like everyone is sleep walking while they are awake. If you don't have good awareness in waking life, how do you expect to have good awareness in your dreams? In about 90% of my Dream Induced Lucid Dreams, I have known I was dreaming or suspected I was dreaming before ever performing a RC (reality check). The RC is used mostly to confirm that I am dreaming. That lowly 10% is from obtaining lucidity due to a particular dream sign or performing a random RC while thinking I was actually awake. (these percentages are estimates and I likely was too generous with the 10%).

At first, you will have to force yourself to be completely aware of your surroundings. The idea, is to try and become aware of absolutely EVERYTHING around you. After practicing ADA for a while, you will start to become aware of theses subtleties without forcing yourself. As you practice more and more, you will notice the subtleties being noticed quite naturally with little effort. Eventually, you will get to where you are no longer practicing All Day Awareness, you are actually living it. It will become natural for you. Once you have reached this level of awareness, the dream itself becomes your dream sign. Every thing you notice within the dream will become you RC. Every dream you have will be a lucid and you have reached the pinnacle of lucid dreaming.

Not only does awareness help strive toward lucidity, but it also helps with recall. As you continue to practice ADA, it will start to carry over in your dreams. Even if you aren't getting lucid yet, you will start paying more attention to the dream environment. Making mental notes of what you see, hear, feel, taste, and smell. This will help make dreams much easier to recall upon waking up from sleep. It will also help you recall more details from your dream. Soon you will be having detailed journal entries that read almost like a story as opposed to a scattered series of events that jump around from place to place.

*Getting Started
Thanks everyone for the valuable feedback. I forgot just how overwhelming ADA can be when you first start practicing. I then realized, I had left out a key point in the tutorial. There are so many things to notice that it can get in the way of your daily activities, possibly causing stress. Stress is not good at all for lucid dreaming. I recommend that all beginners start small and work your way up.

Pick out certain times throughout the day, when you aren't busy, and work on ADA. Take 5 or 10 minutes to notice everything you can. Do this several times during your day. Some days you may be able to practice a lot, and others you may not get as much practice in. Go ahead and perform some RCs during these ADA sessions as well. Once you get more used to the process and it starts getting easier, you can become more frequent with your sessions. It is very hard to keep up the awareness all day long when you aren't used to it. Even now, I am not able to keep it going at all times. I'll get lost in thought, or something else I am doing and realize I was "day walking" again . Performing ADA in sessions will still help loads with your awareness and you can work your way up at your own discretion. Be sure not to overwork yourself. If you start feeling mentally exhausted, take a day off from training. Everyone needs their rest.

When I first started practicing ADA, I did it in sessions like I described above. I worked my way up until it started becoming natural. Even now, I still take sessions to make sure I really notice absolutely everything. Something else I should add...don't forget about the clothes you are wearing. Feel and notice them at all times.

Dream Signs and Reality Checking
Now, picking out dream signs and performing RCs still play a key role in the DILD process. Humor me for a moment.

A live flamingo hat is definitely a dream sign. Even though it has showed up multiple times in your dreams, it isn't even going to be in the majority of your dreams...let alone all of your dreams. If you rely solely on a dream sign for lucidity, you are only going to be able to take advantage of the dreams it shows up in. If you happen to miss it, you never know when it will return. However, if you have pointed the hat out as a dream sign, you have identified a recurring element in your dream. This familiarization with the dream world has added an extra boost to your awareness. Not to mention, when it does show up again, you will have a chance at recognizing it. The better your awareness, the more likely you will be able to recognize dream signs within the dream.

I mentioned earlier that RCs are used more for confirming that you are lucid, as opposed to actually creating lucidity for you. The key function of a RC (reality check) is actually increasing awareness. Whenever you perform a RC during waking life, don't just go through the motions. Prior to performing your RC, take a moment to become aware of your surroundings. Even if you know that you are awake, pretend that everything around you is actually a dream. Finally, perform your RC and see if you are actually dreaming. A quality RC is a RC in which you question your reality.

From above, "pretend everything around you is actually a dream." Whether you truly believe this questioning of reality or not, is irrelevant. The fact that you ARE questioning it, is good enough. The idea is, if you are able to question your reality during waking life, you will do the same in your dreams. Like I said earlier, 90% of the time awareness makes you lucid, not the RC itself. Practicing quality RCs like these, will boost that awareness level greatly.


Dream Journal & Recall Enhancement
Last, but certainly not least, is dream journaling. It is key that you write down every dream that you possibly can. Once you wake from sleep, try not to move much. Just lay there and recall/recap your dream in your mind. Once you have went through the dream, immediately write it down. Keep a notebook and pencil/pen at your bedside. Keeping a dream journal will also help build up your dream recall. If you wake from sleep and only remember bits and pieces, write down those bits and pieces. If you wake up and don't remember anything at all, write down, "Couldn't remember any dreams." Its important that you do this. It will help train your mind to literally WANT to write down something. This will help toward recall as well.

If you want to immediately enhance your recall, you can set alarms throughout the night. The idea is that you wake up either between REM cycles or toward the end of an REM cycle and write down your dream then. Since you are waking up right after they happen, they won't be forgotten as the night progresses (even if they are...you wrote them down ). The REM cycle generally takes a few hours to get started. Once it does get started, REM will cycle through every 90 minutes or so (on average). I started out by setting my initial alarm for after 4 hours of sleep. The next alarm is for two hours later (after 6 hours of sleep). Then i set alarms in 1 hour increments until I wake up for good.


Technique Results
Ever since I first learned of All Day Awareness, I have been practicing it. Twice I took relatively long breaks from DreamViews and simply didn't train for lucid dreaming, but the rest of the time I have been practicing ADA. I have 107 DILDs recorded on the site, but counting the DILDs I had during my time away from DreamViews I am at 150+ DILDs. Like I mentioned before, only a handful of them were because of a random RC. The rest were simply due to my awareness. I am hovering around the 22 lucid dreams per month mark, but I am certain that if I had stayed in ADA practice my entire time, I would be averaging a lucid dream per night by now. I truly believe that with enough practice, ADA is a legit technique for accomplishing lucidity in every dream.

More Information and Contributions to ADA
Naiya
For her take/explanation on ADA, click the link and scroll down to post #6. Naiya's DILD & WILD Secrets

MindGames
Also I have something to contribute to your tutorial. I think that if you were to be constantly aware of your environment in the context of whether or not aspects are dreamlike, it would be more effective in producing nightly lucid dreams. This would train your mind to focus primarily on dream-related aspects in your environment, thus increasing the effectiveness of your awareness. This would allow you to effectively be constantly performing a reality check, in the sense that your mind is constantly questioning if your environment is a dream, rather than just primarily paying attention to your environment. Awareness is key to all DILDs, but how you use it is also important.

If you give ADA a shot, be sure to post any progress, questions, or comments below. Many of us would love to hear how its going. We also may be able to give some advice if needed. Good luck to everyone!



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Thanks a ton O12! This is going to be my most visited site for a while. You've posted so much wow.

The rollover signal always got to me! Sometimes it would be so painful i'd give up on trying to project and just roll over and sleep. But now that I know it's just the body's language i'm going to fight it back. I'm gonna stop drop n roll like i'm on fire biggrin 



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It's still a challenge for me to man. I have best results on weekends usually, when I'm not under presuure to wor the next morning:)



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Found this while browsing my magick Files..
Hope it helps :) It is great so far..

Robert A. Monroe - How to prepare for journey's out of the body
http://kiwi6.com/file/v825mjt37v

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Draspy, great post!!! Do you have interest in OBEs yourself? Aside from me, I know that Sussch, & Traceffect257 are training Astal Projection & Lucid Dreaming as well. Shy, has mentioned having spontaneous OBEs too. If you should have any Lucid Dreams; sleep paralysis, or OBEs, any of your observations would definitely be helpful to all.

I have had OBEs of & on throughout my life, but only recently have I made a serious effort to control the experience & making progress. Wouldn't it be awesome if someof us could get good enough to meet out of body & train other psi skills:)



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