| | My first astral experience :)
Iím very grateful for my astral projection experiences I had, like Ö. 5 years ago? Tyler Durden from Fight Club pummel the **** out of me (mentally) and altered my life plan a quite a bit. I was about to go to university, have a degree in computer science and be a computer geek at some dorky job.
In high school I went through the process of remembering where I came from, not spiritually but through books.
I read books on Remote Viewing by ex-members of Sun Fire, spiritual books like Zen and Buddhism and had an obsession with astral projection, where I read over 15 books. One of my favorite for astral projection is Robert Monroe, because he was a atheist turned spiritual when he kept having astral projection in his late 30s.
So, one day at 3 in the morning I was sleeping in the coach where I heard a loud crash bang noise, as if a train was running through my house. I also felt vibration. Oh **** Iím getting astral projected!
I felt my etheric body levitate above my material body, up and up it goes towards the ceiling. The noise and vibration lasted for 10 seconds before it stopped. It felt very distinct, as if I had two material bodies, except itís floating towards the ceiling Ö.
I got too excited, so the etheric body snapped back and that was the end of it. Oh well. I had a couple more voluntarily astral projection but none as vivid as the first one.
This other time I had an involuntary astral projection where I was looking through my etheric bodyís eyes, and saw my material body sleeping on the bed. It was too real to be a dream.
And a lot of times when Iím about to lapse into deep sleep, I hear voices all the time. Sometimes they speak in English, sometimes they speak in a different language. Theyíre children, men, women both young and old. They donít really say anything specific, but just general chatter among themselves.
I tried to write down what they say, but I canít. Because once I get up the voices lapsed right away. I have to teeter on the state of consciousness where Iím not fully awake, but not fully asleep either. It usually last about a minute or two when I hear the voices before I lapse into unconsciousness.