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1. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

This thread has been prompted by comments in another post .

It's a large topic, so let's see where it goes.

ASTRAL TRAVEL TIPS

You need to be calm and very relaxed.

You should not be over full in the stomach or feeling hungry.

Practise only when your mind can be focused.

Make sure the room temperature is comfortable.

Do not get too excited or fired up.

Stay balanced.

2. Posted by Travel100 (Travel Guru 1556 posts) 11y

Around 10 years ago I read "The Autobiography of a Yogi," by Paramhansa Yogananda. He talked about his experiences with Astral Travel. Pretty facinating stuff.

Anyone else ever read this book or heard of Paramhansa Yogananda?

3. Posted by FionaNZ (Respected Member 903 posts) 11y

Only Yogi Bear sorry, don't think he would be able to do the astral travel with his eating habits

4. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

The books of Dr. Tuesday Lobsang Rampa introduced many thousands of people in the west to Buddhist teachings and spiritual and metaphysical knowledge. Dr. Rampa was amongst the first eastern teachers to make this knowledge accessible to westerners in an easily understandable and enjoyable format and a forerunner of today's Buddhist teachers such as Sogyal Rinpoche and Ringu Tulku. Dr. Rampa was a prolific author - his first book "The Third Eye" published in 1956, was followed by 23 more, and he continued to write until shortly before his death in Canada in 1981.

Lobsang Rampa

5. Posted by Travel100 (Travel Guru 1556 posts) 11y

Quoting Wocca

Dr. Rampa was a prolific author - his first book "The Third Eye" published in 1956, was followed by 23 more
Lobsang Rampa

I read "The Third Eye" and another one of his books (don't remember the title). I found "The Third Eye" to be facinating and very enjoyable, captivating reading, although I most admit a lot of it seemed as though it might be fiction.

6. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

Someone lent me "The Third Eye" may years ago. I also found it very interesting. There were a couple of other Lobsang Rampa books that I also raed at that time.

The person that lent the books, said that he had been practicing and actually astral travelling. I did not have as much spare time or desire then to put as much effort into it as he had.

7. Posted by Travel100 (Travel Guru 1556 posts) 11y

Just remembered the title of the other book by Lobsang Rampa that I had read, "The Cave of the Ancients".

By the way, even though a lot of it was pretty unbelievable to me, I'd recommend anyone with an interest in Tibet, as well as things paranormal, to read "The Third Eye".

8. Posted by grink (Full Member 69 posts) 11y

i havent managed to excel at astral travelling - find i doze off for a while, although i have managed to get to the 'threshold' before my astral body 'lifts off' where everything is buzzing and vibrating -no further tho- not one of my gifts- i have other esoteric things im better at. However, some of the places you can go are amazing, but then thats another story

9. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 11y

Reading this thread gave me deja vu. Is that like spontaneously launching into astral travel?

No kidding - I really did get deja vu!

10. Posted by Travel100 (Travel Guru 1556 posts) 11y

Quoting tway

Reading this thread gave me deja vu. Is that like spontaneously launching into astral travel?

No kidding - I really did get deja vu!

Maybe, you already read this thread before???

And I don't know a lot about it, but I think you still have some work to go, until you master the astral travel thing.