This is probably the single hokiest-sounding topic you will find in this book. It is also one of the ones that seems to work with just about everyone. With its reference to the "astral plane," the concept of travel is difficult to understand. The key is that you are not leaving your body at all. As with dreaming, astral projection is an exploration of your mind and the interconnections it has to the total human experience.
This is why the ability to travel the astral plane during sleep seems inherent to most humans. The dream state is a place in which our sensory input is limited. Without external distractions, it becomes easier to focus on that which is internal. Often times we wake with knowledge we could not have gathered by any other methods. With practice and training, some amazing results have been achieved in both the waking and sleeping states. This ability is so attractive that the governments of the United States and the former Soviet Union have spent considerable time, money, and other resources to research its military applications. In those applications, the process was called remote viewing.
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You are lying in your bed, eyes shut, completely relaxed and totally awake. After a few minutes you feel your body becoming heavy and numb. The next moment you experience a floating sensation and then you start rising up. floating a few feet above your bed. Learn more within this guide by downloading it today.