• Treatise on Astral Projection

    by Published on 1st January 1970 12:33 AM

    This version has been completely rewritten and updated, with thought to all the questions and comments received since its first posting. ...

    Part 1 

    by Published on 1st January 1970 12:33 AM

    What is the Astral Dimension?

    The astral is the closest dimension to the physical. It overlays and permeates the world like a huge mind net, catching and holding all thought. Its contents are created by the collective consciousness of the world mind. It contains all the thoughts, memories, fantasies, and dreams of every living thing in the world. In it, the laws of sympathetic attraction, or like attracts like, causes this ocean of mind stuff to strata and settle into layers or pools. These pools of thought are more commonly called astral planes, astral worlds, astral sub planes or astral realms.

    The astral dimension is composed of astral matter and is aptly described as mind stuff. It is extremely sensitive to thought and can be moulded into any shape or form. These creations can be so perfect as to be indistinguishable from reality.

    The best way to explain this, mind stuff, is to draw a comparison between astral matter and unexposed, high speed photographic film. When this film is exposed to light, focused by the cameras lens, a perfect image of reality is instantly burnt into the film by the chemical reaction of the film to light. ...

    Part 2 

    by Published on 1st January 1970 12:33 AM

    Starting Out

    After the physical body has fallen asleep, the astral body always projects into the physical world. Once the energy body has expanded, the astral body floats free and hovers just above the physical body, but within the expanded energy body's field of influence. Within this field, known as cord activity range, the astral body is held close to the physical world as it is within a field of etheric matter.

    During a conscious astral projection it may appear as if you are projecting straight into an astral plane. But there is always an intermediary phase at the beginning, when you are existing as an astral form close to the physical dimension. This, real time part of any projection, may be missed if you black out at the moment of projection. The area around the body, within cord activity range, is flooded with etheric matter and within this field the astral body is held in real time close to the physical dimension.

    Etheric Matter

    Etheric matter is the actual life force substance generated by all living things by simply being alive. It is a substance ...

    by Published on 1st January 1970 12:33 AM

    To trigger the projection of the Astral body, while fully conscious, there are four major requirements:

    1. Relaxing your body 100% while staying awake.

    2. Concentrating 100% on what you are doing.

    3. Having enough energy available.

    4. Pressuring the astral body to separate.

    Together, these four things will trigger an OOBE.

    Below are exercises that will teach how to relax the body, concentrate, clear the mind, raise energy, stimulate the chakras and enter the trance state.

    Calming The Mind


    You must learn and master, a full body relaxation exercise. If you know one already it can be adapted to suit. Here is a very simple one:

    Sit, or lie down, and relax. Starting with the feet, tense and relax them. Continue this with calves, thighs, hips, stomach, chest, arms, neck and face until your whole body is deeply relaxed. Go over this a few times, making sure your muscles stay relaxed.

    Note: Deep physical relaxation is the key to bringing on the trance state, i.e., deep relaxation causes the trance state. Once you are in the trance state, projection on the astral body is relatively easy.


    When you begin meditation, you will be plagued with thoughts from your surface mind, which acts like a huge Memo pad. It carries messages, reminders, pressing thoughts, problems to solve, unresolved issues etc. ...

    by Published on 1st January 1970 12:33 AM

    The major chakras are situated at:

    1. Base chakra (base of spine, between anus and genitals)
    2. Spleen chakra (slightly below the belly button)
    3. Solar Plexus chakra (1 hand-span above the belly button)
    4. Heart chakra (centre of the chest)
    5. Throat chakra (base of throat, above where it joins the chest)
    6. Brow chakra (exact centre of forehead)
    7. Crown chakra (whole top of head above the hairline)

    They are best imagined as roughly the size of the palm of your hand, except for the crown chakra which is much larger.

    What Are Chakras?

    Chakras are non-physical organs that transform raw subtle energy into more subtle, and useable, forms of energy, of a different type. The chakras do not, themselves, contain energy. Raw energy is drawn up from the planet, by the minor chakras in the legs and feet, and fed into the main chakra system.

    Subtle energy is, in essence, pure thought energy that permeates and binds the universe together. This living energy field can be tapped, more deeply, ...

    by Published on 1st January 1970 12:33 AM

    Astral Rope

    A key ingredient to the new projection techniques is an invisible, imaginary ROPE hanging from your ceiling. This ROPE will be used to exert dynamic pressure at a single point on your astral body to force its separation from the physical.

    The ROPE technique is similar, but more direct and hence more effective than other more passive and indirect methods, such as reaching out and pulling vibrations into you, or visualizing yourself in front of yourself. The idea of pulling vibrations into you is vaguely illogical, if you understand the mechanics of projection.

    The vibrations are an effect and NOT a cause of projection. When enough pressure is exerted on the astral body to loosen it sufficiently, the energy body expands and energy flows through the chakra system to be stored in the energy body. This flow of energy through the hundreds of chakras and their connecting web, or meridians, CAUSES these vibrations. This normally happens, unnoticed, during sleep.

    Putting The Pressure On

    The more passive, indirect methods of projection do exert some pressure on the astral body to separate, but over a wide area. They still shift the point of consciousness out of the body, albeit obtusely. Any mental action that exteriorizes the point of consciousness will exert some pressure on the astral body.

    The action of pulling yourself hand over hand up a rope is a strong, one pointed, natural action that is easy to imagine yourself doing. The ROPE technique concentrates ALL your mental resources into one strong, DYNAMIC action which exerts a high level of pressure directly on a single point of the astral body.

    There are many other, more subtle, ways that exert pressure on the astral body as well. Many of these are unsuspected for what they are. Most ...

    Part 6 

    by Published on 1st January 1970 12:33 AM

    More On Rope

    ROPE is a very effective projection technique, but it still has to be learned to be effective. I would like to elaborate on a few points about the technique, inspired by the feedback I have received so far.

    • There is NO visualization required - AT ALL - in the ROPE technique. It is ALL tactile imaging. This means you do NOT have to picture yourself doing it.* That is, to climb ROPE, the correct mental action is to REHEARSE the climbing action in your mind. This mental rehearsal is the ROPE technique.

    • You need to mentally grit your teeth and strain with the action, i.e., you have to put maximum mental effort into it, as if you were really climbing a ROPE, but without allowing your muscles to take part in it - this is ALL mental. Your body must not be allowed to respond. You also need to feel you are very strong, full of energy and could climb like this all night.

    • You will find that a certain way of holding the focus of your mind, while you climb, will exert more pressure on your astral body than another. It is VERY important you note what this is and learn how to apply it. This will tune your climbing action for the maximum effect. When you hit on the right mental focus for the action, you will feel a corresponding dizzy/falling sensation in your Solar Plexus.

    • To use ROPE successfully, it is extremely important to make a firm decision to DO IT. This commitment is VERY important to success. A DO OR DIE effort is needed. This focuses all your mental energy into a single point, for a single purpose - to exit your body.

    • Many people have emailed me with ROPE success stories. In every case - they have been practising ROPE when they suddenly decided to give it a go - TO REALLY DO IT! This commitment to succeed means the difference between actually getting out - OOBE - and experiencing various levels of ROPE induced relaxation, trance, paralysis, chakra activity etc. I cannot stress enough the importance of this commitment to the success of ROPE induced OOBE.

    • While using ROPE, completely IGNORE ALL PHYSICAL SENSATION AND ANY NOISES YOU HEAR. If you react to a sensation, in any way, you will lose the focus of your mental energy and dilute your effort considerably.

    All the energy/chakra work and other exercises in Parts 3 and 4, are designed to stimulate the flow of energy in your body and increase concentration, will power and mental control. By increasing the energy flow during a projection and controlling your mind better, your duration in real time is increased. It is also easier to exit.

    You CAN skip all the exercises entirely and just concentrate ...

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