Whether astral travel is accepted by science and society or not, many people claim to have had this type of out-of-body experience. It is said to allow your consciousness to travel anywhere in both earthly and astral realms.
According to people who practice astral travel, you can be in any place you want or in completely higher planes and fields. Those who have experienced it say that it can also happen during their sleep. Some may even refer to it as lucid dreams where they feel like they are flying. The dreams can feel incredibly real and are so vivid that they may remember them in the slightest detail.
Some people find it harder to astral travel
When you are awake, you are in full control of your body and you direct it where to go and what to do. When we are sleeping, our body fully relaxes and our brain activity starts to slow down.
Some people seem to find it easier to succeed in astral travel while some others need to learn it through the persistent practice of techniques that help them separate their consciousness from their body while sleeping. Beginners don’t always make a successful attempt for the first few times.
Some might even find it a hard and long process, but there are ways that could help you achieve astral travel in a shorter span of time. All you have to do is prepare your body for it. Those who want to know what it would be like to travel to the astral realm will have to make changes in their daily routine.
Here are some lifestyle changes and techniques you should know about if you want to succeed in astral travel:
1. Keep an Eye on Your Diet
Most of the foods that we eat, especially meat and those high in sugar content, are said to have low vibrational frequencies. This greatly affects your ability to tune into the higher planes of existence.
Vegetables, especially green leafy ones, along with fruits belong to the category of high vibrational foods. Astral travelers claim that they can increase your chances to succeed in having that out-of-body experience.
2. Practice Deep Breathing Exercises
Just like food, air is an important aspect of life. It can greatly affect the vibrational frequency of your body. When you inhale deeply, you bring qi (or vital energy, according to traditional Chinese culture) into your lungs. Your qi has a very high vibrational frequency.
If you want to succeed in astral travel, try holding your breath within your lungs for a few seconds. This will allow your qi to enter into your bloodstream and charge your other organs. Since your qi has a very high vibrational frequency, these energies will be dispersed throughout your body and you will feel as if you have become lighter. By this time, your body is already raising its vibration.
Practice doing these deep breaths twice a day, every day, for a week. Hold your breath in your lungs longer than five seconds. Your body will further raise its vibrational frequency when you hold your breath longer, but don’t hold it too long to the point where you start to feel uncomfortable. You can do this early in the morning and at night before you sleep.
3. Drink Lots of Water and Practice the Glass of Water Technique
Water flushes away the waste and poisons that contain low vibrations and these, in turn, alter the body’s energy levels. When water cleanses your body, this helps it maintain its natural healthy energy.
The ‘Glass of Water’ technique is done at least once every other day. You can do this by preparing a glass of water. Then, find a quiet spot and bring the glass along with you. Place your hands comfortably around the glass and make sure that you feel the touch of the surface of the glass.
According to mystics and healers, your right hand possesses positive charges while your left possesses negative charges. Let your Chi flow into the water to magnetize it and transfer positive charges into the water.
You can do all these adjustments to your routine for a week and then you can start with the other steps in preparing your body for astral travel. These tips are said to help if you seek to succeed in traveling to the astral realm.
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