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How to Astral Project at Home

I guess I should be careful now that I think about the title; what I want to tell you is that you can learn how to astral project and you can do it while you are home. I don't want to tell people they can astral project to their home, because a journey of substantial nature isn't usually experienced right away! Anyhow, if you want to learn how to astral project you're going to hate what I'm going to tell you.

Yes, you can learn how to astral project but no, you won't do it one time and have the ability for good. A lot of people think this is an all or nothing type deal and that isn't the case; there are different levels of ability as there is with all skill sets. To learn how to astral project you first need to educate yourself, as to the astral plane and then learn a little about brain waves. The information is too dense to discuss here, and the good news about that is you don't need to know all the science; just use it to your advantage.

On the flip side and to be fair, I must say there are people who learn how to astral project and have an amazing out of body experience the first time they try. They credit binaural tracks as the medium allowing their brains to function on the right level (astral plane). If you are serious about astral projection you might find a binaural track the way to go (they are inexpensive and you can download them; try Brainwave Entertainment). The science behind binaural auditory stimulation has been around for quite sometime and it's gaining in popularity for many reasons (meditation, lucid dreaming, aura reading and more). No matter how you proceed; with a binaural recording or on your own, know you can do it and you can learn to do it right at home.

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