I am on a journey of growing, healing, changing and learning. And I have to say – I love it. I am open to letting old ways of thinking go. I think you kind of have to be if you are going to be diving into lucid dreaming and astral projection. Your perception will evolve…
I have to be honest this is a work in progress. The way in which I am basing my thoughts around all of this are on; my own experiences, using my clairvoyance and listening to others in regards to their experiences. So, where am I at these days on my theory in regards to astral projection and lucid dreaming?
I think that with both lucid dreaming and astral projection you are having an out of body experience, however, with lucid dreaming you are having a dream while on the astral, whereas an astral projection you are just simply on the astral. With that said, this if the following list I have created that I think will impact your experience while out of body:
- Are you dreaming?
- How conscious are you?
- Are you a point of light or do you have a fully developed astral body?
- Where are you on the astral? (lower levels, higher levels)
- Have you gone beyond this life-time? (after-life)
- What aspect of your soul are you operating from? (reasoning self or the higher-self?)
If you take dreaming out of the equation, then majority of this list pertains to astral projection, but this list of questions, in my opinion, will definitely impact the type of out of body experience you are having.
As I look more at this clairvoyantly and have more experiences this list may or may not change. What are your thoughts on all of this?
4/13/19 | AZ
Okay, so I have been taking Alpha Brain for about 1 week now. I have been experimenting with different times and how many pills I take (1-2). My dream recall has been very good and very early this morning was my first vivid dream while taking this supplement. I have been keeping a dream journal now for almost 5 months and after typing in my journal I have come to realize that this mornings journal entry has been the longest one yet.
It is hard to tell whether or not this is just part of my natural progression of dreaming and dream recall or it is the supplement doing its work. I have a feeling it is both. I’m not sure what other peoples experiences are, but aside from the experiencing good dream recall immediately, it has taken one full week to have a really vivid dream. My vivid dream though was more like a vivid nightmare, which is unusual for me because in the past 5 months I can only recall having like one nightmare. I don’t think it had anything to do with the supplement but more to do with some of the stress I have felt in the past few days.
My nightmare though wasn’t a typical nightmare. It started off normal, then turned into a nightmare and then ended on a positive and surprising note. In the past if I had a nightmare, the whole thing was just bad. So this one was very different. This is also my first dreaming experience in the past 5 months where after I woke up and started writing down the dream, I had an epiphany. I actually understood the dream and I think that is because it was a very full dream and I could recall it mostly from start to finish. Most of my dreams are just very strange and don’t make much sense or at least the meaning isn’t very clear to me. This nightmare / dream was very different in that regard.
I don’t know how many pills i have left, but I will just continue taking them and report back what I notice. I still meditate and do reality checks daily to help to have a higher chance of having a lucid dream, so we shall see…
4/11/19 | AZ
Okay to celebrate reaching 100 subscribers on the blog I would like give a free psychic reading on Lucid Dreaming and Astral Projection.
To qualify for this free reading you have to be subscribed to this blog site and will need to leave a comment on this particular blog. I will pick one subscriber on April 17th, 2019.
The psychic reading will be done over the phone and will follow this format:
Pain Sheath (where the astral body rests in the physical body)
3rd chakra connection between astral & physical body
7th chakra connection between astral & Physical body
Having Quality Sleep:
the creation of a dream
Natural Ending of a dream
Dissolving a lucid dream
Out of Body Abilities:
Sustaining a Lucid Dream or Astral Projection:
Having more consistent Lucid Dreams or OOBE’s:
What do you do on the various levels of the astral and beyond?
Your relationship to your higher-self while dreaming:
Your Relationship to your higher-self while having an OOBE:
Interacting / communicating with other beings on the astral:
Okay so it is day five of taking Alpha Brain and so for no lucid dreams. Please keep in mind I am doing this as an experiment and using this as a supplement. I meditate, keep a Dream journal and do reality checks daily to increase my chances of having lucid dreams.
I have not had a lucid dream yet while taking alpha brain but my ability to recall dreams is very good. Typically I have to become lucid in order to control my dreams, however, I have had a few dreams in the past where I did not have that, “oh shit, I am dreaming!” moment, but experienced something that shifted the dream and allowed me to do things that I would normally do in a lucid dream. For example I had a dream where I was in my parents house and I saw my reflection. After seeing my reflection I started doing telekinesis and floating around the house. Usually I would be doing this type of stuff only if I became lucid first.
Anyway, I have noticed perhaps a very low level of lucidity with taking alpha brain. I have had a dream while taking this supplement where I was doing telekinesis only because a dream character did something to remind me of it. I also had a dream the other night where people were trying to steal my car and I got into a fight. I feel like a had slightly more awareness in this dream than I do in most dreams, but still a very low level of lucidity. To be honest though I have had vivid dreams in the last couple of months without taking any supplements…
So no full on lucid dreams yet. I have had to switch the timing of when I take the pill. I noticed that if i took it too late, then I would have difficulty falling back asleep during the middle of the night. That became a little irritating so I now take it in the morning and it hasn’t been a problem.
I meditated earlier today, have been doing the reality checks and already have taken one alpha brain pill. I will report back soon on the results 🙂
Are you dreaming?
4/8/19 | AZ
Out of body experiences. Why? Well, because I have to. I have to. The moment I got into spirituality I wanted to astral project. I tried once and failed back in 2006 or 2007 and eventually found a psychic school where I focused on meditation, clairvoyance and energy healing. This school though was all about being IN the body. Sure there was some discussion and classes in regards to the astral, but most of the classes and trainings were about being present and in your physical body. It is exactly what I needed at that time in my life and I will continue to use what I learned there the rest of my life. It is also helping me in my process of learning to lucid dream & have OOBE’s.
Some may wonder why someone would even want to do this. Lately, I have wondered the same for myself. Why do I want to do this? It feels the same when I signed up for my first clairvoyant training. I didn’t really know what I was getting into, but I knew I had to do it. This is just something I have to do. There is so much to explore, so much to learn and that is what excites me. I have used my clairvoyance and saw many mental image pictures about astral projection, but only have had a few out of body experiences. I want to do more than just see it, I want to experience it and that is what I am set out to do.
Here is a current list of things I would like to experience out of the body:
- I have already had an OOBE and saw my physical body, but I would like to experience this again.
- I want to meditate out of body. I want to know what it feels like running energy, getting grounded and using psychic abilities.
- I want to explore the planet and the rest of the universe.
- I want to gain a better understanding of my soul totality.
- I want to gain a better understanding of the astral.
- I want to learn the difference between lucid dreaming and astral projection.
- I want to visit my akashic records and explore it.
- I want to go to my threshold, the place where we go in between life-times.
- I want to explore more of my past-lives.
- I want to go back in time on the planet and I want to go into the future.
- I want to communicate with other beings on the astral.
- I want to continue to heal myself.
- I want to conquer certain fears I hold onto.
- I want to practice playing musical instruments while on the astral.
- I want to enhance my creativity.
I could probably think of more but this is a good list to start off with. I have many goals and many things I would like to experience, but I know this is a process. It is going to take some time just figuring the best method for me to have OOBE’s and then it may take some time to have them more frequently and for longer periods of time. I am 3.5 months into my journey of learning lucid dreaming and astral projection and I am stoked. There are times it can be incredibly frustrating but this is just one of those things I can’t let go. This practice really teaches you patience and commitment. Years ago I probably wouldn’t have been ready for this, but now… I am.
Find Your Freedom,
3.8.19 | CA
I have been dream journaling for three months now and it has really helped with my ability to remember my dreams. One might ask, why do you even want to remember your dreams? Well, my main intention for it is to have lucid dreams. What are lucid dreams you ask? It’s a good question because most people do not know what a lucid dream is. It is when you know you are dreaming while you are in a dream. Essentially you wake up in your dream. Pretty cool right? So, how does dream journaling help with lucid dreaming?
Prior to recording my dreams, I usually did not remember any of my dreams upon awakening. After three months of dream journaling though, now I can remember at least 1-6 dreams per 7-9 hours of sleep. Having a dream journal helps with shining a light on your dream space. Most people don’t think they even dream at night because they can’t remember. If you start recording dreams, you will start to increase your dream recall ability. This helps with bringing awareness to your dream space and having awareness in this particular aspect of your life is exactly what lucid dreaming is all about.
Dreams can be very bizarre, yet as strange as they can be, we don’t question them. Well, what if you did start to question them? What if you asked yourself, “am I dreaming?” Two things could happen, you could somehow convince yourself that everything is normal and carry on as normal or you may realize that of course, it just a dream. That is when you begin having a lucid dream. From that point on you have the potential of controlling your dream.
For most, lucid dreaming seems to be uncommon. Most people I have talked to about it don’t know what it is and never had the experience. To my surprise though I have come across a few people that lucid dream a few times a month or even a few times a week. I personally had one lucid dream when I was younger which was spontaneous. Just recently during my three months of dream journaling and practice, I have had one solid lucid dream. So it seems dream journaling isn’t necessary to lucid dream, but it can certainly help.
For me this is a process of waking up. I love clarity. I love to be aware. I love to know my truth. My journey with clairvoyance has helped me greatly with this in the past. It is also helping me with my journey in lucid dreaming & astral projection. I am very excited with this next part of my spiritual journey. I have a lot of goals with achieving out of body experiences and having lucid dreams and I can’t wait to share that with others. I am also eager to see how this will impact me as a creator; with my writing, filming, music and more.
Are you dreaming?
2/16/19 | CA
I have the opportunity to speak to people from all around the world almost everyday. At some point in my conversations I always like to ask – what are your dreams? Some people will tell me what they are and others say they don’t have any dreams… I don’t buy it. I think we all have dreams, small or big, I think we all have them, but might not be aware of them. Some people think they don’t have dreams when they sleep. Well actually, you are most likely having numerous dreams throughout the night, but again, you may just not remember.
I have an obsession with dreams; day dreams, sleeping dreams and the dreams in which you pursue in your life. I think a lot of people may believe that day dreaming is just a natural phenomena that occurs, but has no use whatsoever. I disagree. Day Dreaming for me is a way in which I generate new ideas that aide in my creative process. What about sleeping dreams? What if you could wake up in your dreams and know you are dreaming, while in the dream? Some call this dream yoga and others may call this lucid dreaming. It is actually scientifically proven. Aside from having fun, some say lucid dreaming can be used to heal yourself and to work on new skills. I am still new to lucid dreaming so the fun part I fully understand, however, I have not had enough experiences to use lucid dreams for healing and personal growth. I kind of get it though… What if you were having a nightmare in your sleep and suddenly realized it was simply a bad dream you were having? Once you become aware, then you can change what is happening. You can end the nightmare. For those who experience recurring nightmares, this would be huge. You can apply this to regular life too. Perhaps you are unhappy, I mean very unhappy. Maybe it has to do with a certain aspect of your life. What if what you were doing had nothing to do with your truth? What if you were just living someone else’s expectation? After a while that could certainly start to feel like a nightmare. Now what if you start to realize that and start to make changes? What if you start to move in a new direction, a direction of authenticity? Perhaps now you are seeing the similarities with sleeping dreams & dreams your pursue…
Some people say they don’t have dreams for this life. I disagree. It can be simple, small or a massive dream – but it is there, waiting for you to wake up to it. For some reason it seems we are led to believe that because we don’t remember our dreams (while asleep or for your life) then we just don’t have any. And sometimes for those that do have an awareness of the dream they want to pursue feel as though it isn’t a real possibility. I disagree.
I have been learning how to lucid dream for over two months now and it is not easy. I have been pursuing my dreams since I was about twenty-three. Again, it is not easy. I think they are important though. I think they are the reasons we are here. Dreams are highly desired experiences we crave. Your purpose? Well perhaps it has to do with the WHY you want to have these particular experiences? What will you learn from these experiences? How might you share your wisdom with the world?
2/6/19 | CA