11 Tips to Succeed in Astral Projection – New Article


To learn astral projection can take some practice, here are some tips that can help it to succeed.

1.     If you relax first it will make it easier to astral project. When you relax your body be aware of the areas that are most tense and relax them, check that tension hasn’t crept back into your body when you start your astral exercise, as this will lock you into your physical body and prevent you from astral projecting.

2.     Once you begin your relaxation exercise, try not to move from that moment on. Remain still during your exercise of astral projection.

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  1. Bradley Angilley says:

    Iv been trying to astral project for a few years but yet i fimd myself just lying down in bed till i cant any more and just go to bed ,can any ons maybe just give me some tios on how the steps feel and how log it takes for them to kick in just so i have an idear i know we all dif but u want ro know how long more or less

    • Hi Bradley, just play with it, rather than ‘trying’ to hard. It’s a delicate trick, you need the body to sleep but not let the mind drift into dreams. If you feel uncomfortable just get up out of bed, walk around, drink some water and lay back down again. It can take a bit of will power to get up physically when bed for feels so comfy. If you have a tendency to turn on your side to sleep after giving up, then as you turn get up. If the mind is too drowsy and sleepy getting up will clear it, if you aim to be aware whilst up. Depending on what you are concentrating on, if you feel it is becoming forced try something more gentle and easy. I particularly like concentrating on the breath, I just count from one to ten and repeat it continually. Good luck.

    • Hi Bradley, its awesome to hear you’re incorporating astral travel into your life!

      From my experience the time it takes depends on various factors, like having a relaxed body, your mind to be concentrated on the technique you are using and the continuity of the technique you’re trying.

      In terms of how it feels, the sensations can range and depend on the technique you are using, some of those sensations are vibration feelings, feelings of heaviness of the body, perhaps a whirling sound, but if you are using, for example, concentration on your heart (http://belsebuub.com/astral-projection-technique-concentration-on-the-heart-new-article) you may feel different sensations such as your heart beat getting stronger, feeling like your whole body is beating with the rhythms of the heart etc.

      There’s great resources here on this site, one is the free astral travel book http://belsebuub.com/free-spiritual-ebooks/the-astral-codex-out-of-body-experiences-and-lucid-dreaming-for-spiritual-knowledge and all the resources that are on this page. There’s also the really good YouTube show called Total View which has been running a series on Astral Travel and Lucid Dreaming, here http://www.youtube.com/user/TotalViewShow

      Finally a simple and yet effective part of the whole experience is just being naturally interested to learn how the whole process of leaving the body actually is and feels, and then you capture the naturalness of the whole experience.

      Good luck and hope you have many wonderful experiences!

  2. It’s great to see these tips posted. I remember I followed these tips from the Astral Travel and Dreams book determinedly for a couple of months when I was trying to astral project. I created a schedule, where I would lie down and try my exercise at the same time in the early morning before I got up for the day, when I was rested but still able to sleep and relax easily.

    Each time I tried to improve the practice, and I would do it for around half an hour before getting up. At first it was like nothing happened, but I just kept persisting and trying to improve each time, to learn about the process. Nothing happened for a few weeks, but after over a month of continuously trying and improving, I eventually had a breakthrough. After that, it was like a door had opened, and I would project or get close to it regularly while I maintained my schedule.

    I also learned it is a lot easier to lose the momentum you build than it is to create it. Once I stopped with the program, it was like starting from scratch again when I tried to get back into it. It’s not dissimilar to an athletic fitness schedule really, in that your fitness level can drop quickly if you stop exercising regularly, and it takes time to get back to where you were.

    I can definitely say that these tips do work. By applying them patiently and persistently I achieved my goal eventually. I found that you can’t force astral projection, you just have to give yourself the opportunity to regularly try the practice and improve your relaxation and concentration, and then eventually the astral split happens naturally by itself.

    If anyone is interested in learning how to astral project I recommend giving these tips a go. In fact, reading them again is good starting point for me to reinvigorate my astral exercises myself!

  3. Me too Jordan! Very helpful. Anyone out there reading this who hasn’t tried or has been unsuccessful with astral projection. Consider this advice, it helped get me there! I only first Astral Projected when I came across Belsebuub’s work.

  4. Great tips. It helped me immensely to read them in the book particularly when I was learning to astral project.