The concept of Astral Projection extends from the idea that every living organism consists of several layers of being that exist in parallel on different vibrational levels. The oldest evidence of humanity’s comprehension of the body’s plurality is found in records created by the priests of Ancient Egypt – dating back 3,000 to 5,000 years. Later, the same concept reemerged through various sacred scripts such as the Bible, the Kur’an, and Hindu and Shamanic scriptures.
Alongside this understanding of the multi-layered nature of existence, the question arose, ‘is it possible to separate different vibrational layers and detach from the physical body, in order to enter different dimensions?’ The term astral projection refers to intentionally detaching the astral body from the physical body resulting accessing different realms of existence. The lessons learned during astral travel remain stored in the memory and can be of great benefit to the practitioner if properly integrated upon their return to the physical realm.
Whilst every experience of astral projection is different and unique, all occur on the same astral plane, known as the 4th dimension. Through entering a higher vibrational dimension from the one where we live we have the opportunity to experience different realms, travel around the world effortlessly, meet other beings and gain a deeper understanding of existence. As our consciousness temporarily leaves our physical, we enter the realm where all senses are increased and magnified, manifestations occur instantly and the rules understand about time, space do not apply.
When astral projecting, people often get the chance to visit their past lives, meet deceased members of their family or friends, recall their purpose, meet their spirit guides and guardians and understand life after death. Astral projection is recognized because we remain completely aware during the process and remembering everything once we re-enter our physical.
There are various methods and techniques that enable the experience of astral projection. Below is the most popular, called “The Rope Technique” developed by Robert Bruce.
The Rope Technique
Note: It is best to try this method after a full night of sleep, when you are well-rested and not running the risk of f