Imagine Your Astral Body
"Twilight of Consciousness," by publisher and author Robert E. Zucker, examines the dream state and how to achieve astral projection using simple, easy to follow, techniques.
Picture an image of yourself as you drift off to sleep. This is one technique often used to transfer your dwindling awareness into a dream image.
When you dream, do you usually see yourself acting out the dream or are you an active participant as you watch the dream unfold around you? Build up your imagination with an image of yourself to strengthen the result.
While your mind is in a relaxed state, visualize a duplicate body of yourself standing in front of you– as if you were staring into tall mirror. Stare at your body double intently and observe your face, your eyes, your hair and clothing. Hold on to that image and view it in 3D. Have the image slowly turn around so you can see it completely.
If you have a problem viewing an image of yourself, think about a memorable event you attended and a photograph someone took of you. Remember how you felt during that event and the moment your picture was taken. Freeze that thought!
This is a technique used to induce an out-of-body experience (OOBE). In an OOBE, the dreamer finds him/herself outside of the physical body while perceiving everything from a different position– looking directly at oneself! While it is occurring, lucid dreaming is not indistinguishable to an out-of-body experience.
In both instances, the “dreamer” is aware of themselves outside of their physical body lying in a bed.
Once successful, this Astral Body can be used to travel in the “dream” environment.
Robert Zucker has also published a book on the legends, history, and techniques of the Kabbalah called "Kabbalah's Secret Circles." The book includes instructions to create a Kabbalah Wheel to spin the 231 Holy Gates.
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