Hey there, my experience with OOBEs has been much the same. I feel like electricity is running through my entire body and actually feel myself separate (at least partially) but then I'm stuck! My understanding is that this is part of the whole learning-to-do-OOBEs experience. It's something like: our own fear of the unknown is causing us to get stuck (or at least that's what is going on for me.) For me, the whole environment when I got out was dark and hazy -- and it was really difficult for me to move around. Again, I think this is a symptom of me being a beginner. I agree with the poster above (momo) that it is much easier if you wake up extra early and then go back to sleep right away. All of my OOBEs have been when I woke up sometime between 4AM and 8AM and then went right back to sleep. It seems like once I have been sleeping, it is very easy for me to keep my mind awake while I let my body fall asleep. It might also have something to do with coming in and out of REM sleep as well. Anyways, happy travels!