Cindy Phanouvong Asked: Do you recommend astral projection?
What are the concequences of astral projecting ?
I recommend you try to get back in contact with reality.
No I don't.If you leave your body, someone else might come in. who won't want to leaveIt has happened.
No consequences because it does not happen.
astral projection is just a term to describe how a particular phenomenon of the brain feels.
the actual causes and effects are way more interesting than the fantasy that you are "projecting"
and it's related to other interesting experiences, like lucid dreaming, sleep paralysis, near death experiences, alien sightings/abductions, phantom limb phenomena, DMT and other brain chemicals.
It's not for the light of heart.He can be dangerous but it probably doesn't matter because the average person could never achieve it.
If you don't become addicted to it, sure.
And no one can enter your body. You are still connected to your body when you astral project.
Astral projection is imaginary.Your mind cannot leave your brain, it is a physical process of your brain.What people call "astral projection" is just hallucinations. Whether through lucid dreaming, drugs, or a self-induced hallucinogenic trance, it's all still in your own head. Nothing supernatural, just imagery from your own imagination.
I do recommend lucid dreaming and even trances, as long as you are aware of what they really are.If a person mistakes them for supernatural revealed secrets of whatever, then they're liable to make asinine decisions based off of those presumptions. The content of those hallucinations cannot hurt you. The dangers are if you use drugs for the hallucinations, then you might act them out and injure yourself (in addition to the toxic effects of the drugs) or if you do something idiotically self-destructive (like starve yourself or dehydrate yourself) thinking it will help you put yourself in a trance.
No, and I don't recommend the Chevy Astro, either – as both get shitty mileage.