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Out of Body Experiences
Out of body travel known as the O.B.E. phenomenon (out of body experiences) which the person perceives out of their physical body. This course offers beginners the development of a key for safe entry into the astral world, which will protect him during the whole astral journey. This course offers the more advanced, who already travel astrally, an orientation in the astral world, as this course contains a map of the astral world!!! This map is divided into respective realms. It has indications as to which realms are fully safe and which ones are dangerous (where it’s necessary to be very careful). We will explain to you in a nutshell how to communicate with elemental beings and how to safely ask them for your wishes. Furthermore this course will lead you into the temple of wisdom, the temple of destiny (where you could look at you past, present and future) and other places that could be very beneficial for you in everyday life.
The following are included in the price of this course: study materials sent in electronic form + in case of interest, two at least 15 min of consultation over email, Skype or yahoo.
Every participant of our course will receive a certificate of completion after a short test.
An out-of-body experience (OBE or sometimes OOBE) is an experience that typically involves a sensation of floating outside of one's body and, in some cases, perceiving one's physical body from a place outside one's body (autoscopy).
The term out-of-body experience was introduced in 1943 by G.N.M Tyrrell in his book Apparitions, and adopted by, for example, Celia Green and Robert Monroe as a bias-free alternative to belief-centric labels such as "astral projection", "soul travel", or "spirit walking". Though the term usefully distances researchers from scientifically problematic concepts such as the soul, scientists still know little about the phenomenon. Some researchers believe they have managed to recreate OBE in a laboratory setup by stimulating a part in the human brain. One in ten people has an out-of-body experience once or more commonly several times in their life. OBEs are often part of the near-death experience. Those who have experienced OBEs sometimes claim to have observed details which were unknown to them beforehand.
In some cases the phenomenon appears to occur spontaneously; in others it is associated with a physical or mental trauma, dehydration, sensory deprivation, sensory overload, use of psychedelic drugs, dissociative drugs, or a dream-like state. Many techniques aiming to induce the experience deliberately have been developed, for example visualization while in a relaxed, meditative state. Recent (2007) studies have shown that experiences somewhat similar to OBEs can be induced by electrical brain stimulation (particularly the temporoparietal junction). Some of those who experience OBEs claimed to have willed themselves out of their bodies, while others report having found themselves being pulled from their bodies (usually preceded by a feeling of paralysis). In other accounts, the feeling of being outside the body was suddenly realized after the fact, and the experiencers saw their own bodies almost by accident.
Some neurologists have suspected that the event is triggered by a mismatch between visual and tactile signals. They used a virtual reality setup to recreate an OBE. The subject looked through goggles and saw his own body as it would appear to an outside observer standing behind him. The experimenter then touched the subject at the same time as a rod appeared to touch the virtual image. The experiment created an illusion of being behind and outside one's body. However, both critics and the experimenter himself note that the study fell short of replicating "full-blown" OBEs.